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Main Post
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Rehabilitation
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Rehabilitation or improvement of non-historic properties4/20/2002
This project provides for an interim transit hub in the vicinity of building 215 to serve as a central bus area convenient to the Main Post. The hub will include bus stops for Muni bus lines and the Presidio Internal Shuttle.  The parking lot will be modified to provide bus waiting areas, and a planting and landscape plan will be developed for the site.
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02222
  
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Letterman
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Building Use
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Leasing or sale of real or personal property3/23/2002
The Gorgas Avenue Warehouses (buildings 1160, 1161, 1162, 1167, 1169 and 1170) located in the Letterman Complex, total approximately 74,000 square feet of gross building area.  The Mason Street Warehouses (buildings 1182, 1183, 1184, 1185 and 1186), also located in the Letterman Complex, total approximately 64,000 square feet of gross building area.
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02223
  
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Main Post
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Building Use
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Leasing or sale of real or personal property3/23/2002
Building 49 is a 2,458 rentable square-foot building located adjacent to the Presidio Officers' Club on Moraga Street.  The building was previously leased to the Center for Resource Solutions with a permitted use of office space. The intended short-term use of the building will be offered as office, educational, cultural and/or artist space.
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02225
  
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Presidio-wide
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Special Events
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Special events, public assemblies, and meetings3/28/2002
This project is to use various locations both interior and exterior to buildings, throughout the Presidio for short-term filming activities that will be granted through Special Events Special Use Permits.  Potential locations are the Log Cabin, the Cavalry stables, building 1062, additional unoccupied Kobbe Street residences, building 1298 at Fort Scott and building 935 in the West Crissy Field area.
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02226
  
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PHSH
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Remediation
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Research, monitoring, inventorying, and information gathering10/24/2002
This project will conduct field investigations, in the form of excavated test pits, soil samples, and soil borings with a portable rig at Landfills 8 and 10 for the purpose of complying with the CERCLA five-year review and work plan.  Work will include removal of exotic vegetation and tree trimming and/or removal.  Landfills 8 and 10 are located in the Public Health Service Hospital planning district.
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02227
  
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Main Post
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Rehabilitation/TI
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Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties3/27/2002
Make-ready construction for proposed lease and office use that finishes line items not accomplished by the 1996 rehabilitation conducted by the NPS.  The project will accomplish life-safety and code compliance upgrades, structural bracing, termite repair and roof membrane repairs which will both conserve the resource and limit Trust liability during occupancy.
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02228
  
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Presidio-wide
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Site Furnishings
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Installation of signs, displays, and kiosks3/14/2003
Interpretive panels have been designed and fabricated by Trust staff to provide interpretive information about the individual building in which the panel will hang.  The panels will hang in the interior building lobbies in the following buildings: 36, 37, 38, 39, 49, 97, 102, 116, 130, 135, 210, 218, 220, 558, 567, 569, 572k, 1802, 1805 and 1808.
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02229
  
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Main Post
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Rehabilitation/TI
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Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties3/21/2003
Tenant space improvement construction for All Species Foundation and the Long Now Foundation at building 220, Suite 220.  The tenants have moved in and are requesting minor construction work in their space to better suit their office requirements.
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02230
  
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East Housing
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Landscaping/Site Work
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Landscaping and landscape maintenance
This project will feature  a new automatic irrigation system to be installed for the central planting island facing units 727-732 at the end of Liggett Avenue. The project will immediately follow landscape improvements at 730 Liggett.  The new automatic irrigation system will be designed for maximum water efficiency and to accommodate recycled water.
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02231
  
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East Housing
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Rehabilitation/TI
21
Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties
Installation of a security system in building 567 for the Eucalyptus Foundation.
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02232
  
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Presidio-wide
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Site Furnishings
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Installation of signs, displays, and kiosks
These signs represent the joint Trust-NPS implementation of Phase II of the NPS Wayside Exhibit Plan.  This project will interpret significant sites, resources, and the history of the Presidio for the visiting public. Submitted for review are the installation proposals for nine (# 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 15, 16, 18 and 19) of the total nineteen panels, all in Area B.  (Area A signs have already been through NPS Project Review and 5X).
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02233
  
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Main Post
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Maintenance
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Improvements to meet disabled access requirements
This project will widen the concrete walkway and install a ramp to provide ADA accessibility into the northwest section of building 37.  This will allow disabled persons to enter both at the northwest and southeast (currently already ADA accessible) sections of the building, which is currently divided among two tenants.  It is also required to meet building code.  The replacement of the 4’-0” concrete walkway on the northeast side is required due to its poor condition which may cause safety issues.
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02234
  
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Crissy Field
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Research/Testing
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Routine maintenance and property and resource management3/23/2002
This project is a site investigation to determine the nature and extent of potential contamination in the vicinity of the Commissary and PX area.  This area was historically used as the Presidio Consolidated Motor Pool, and the investigation will assess the impact of the storage, use or release of petroleum and potentially hazardous substances in the area.  The results of the investigation will be published in a site investigation report, and the information will be used to evalute alternatives for cleanup in a Corrective Action Plan.
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02235
  
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Fort Scott
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Landscaping/Site Work
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Replacement of minor structures and facilities
The greenhouse will provide a sheltered, naturally heated work area that could be used in bad weather by the education program.  This will be an interim use during long-range planning of the nursery site and rehabilitation of building 1244.  When this is completed, the greenhouse could be disassembled and used to replace a substandard greenhouse at this or another park nursery.
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02237
  
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Presidio-wide
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Special Events
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Special events, public assemblies, and meetings4/23/2002
This event will use the same bike route as the Alcatraz Triathalon.  This project/event should accomplish visitor awareness and showcase the Trust as a sporting event advocate and sporting event destination spot.
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02238
  
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Presidio-wide
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Special Events
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Special events, public assemblies, and meetings4/23/2002
Trails Run will follow the following route:  Start/Finish at building 924 then run along the Crissy Field Promenade (NPS Property), cross to Mason Street at far east Crissy Field crossing, straight onto Marshall Street right onto Gorgas Ave, left onto Halleck, left onto Lincoln, right onto Funston Ave., straight onto the Ecology Trail through IP right onto West Pacific, continuing on the sourth Golf Course rail to trail above 1750, cross Lincoln Blvd., to Baker Beach trail back to building 924 on Saturday July 6, 2002 from 8 am to 9:30 am.
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02239
  
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Crissy Field
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Rehabilitation/TI
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Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties4/22/2002
The proposed minor alterations to this existing warehouse are to accommodate storage needs of the Exploratorium, a Presidio education tenant occupying buildings 1187 and 1188 (in addition to the nearby Palace of Fine Arts outside the Presidio).  The Exploratium has recently signed a lease for approx. 1/2 of 1182.  Currently this storage function occurs in a portion of building 1063, which must be vacated for a Trust project.  Proposed alterations are to divide the building and improve the building's function for storage.
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02240
  
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Letterman
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Transportation/Parking
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Repair of roads and parking facilities4/22/2002
The project consists of striping and line painting on the road and parking lot surfaces, repairing paved parking and walking surgaces to create smooth surfaces and the installation of some directional signs.  The work will be implemented by both in-house staff and contractors who install apsphalt, lines and signs.  For parking and traffic circulation design, consultation has taken place with Amy Marshall and Mark Helmbrecht from the Trust Transportation Department.
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02241
  
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Main Post
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Rehabilitation
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Research, monitoring, inventorying, and information gathering
An exploratory investigation of the existing building’s structural framing connections is needed to determine the compression strength of the new equipment roof’s slab in order to design the seismic strengthening needed for this building.
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02242
  
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East Housing
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Rehabilitation/TI
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Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties
The project will install mail boxes at buildings 572 & 569 and a mail slot at building 567.  The door at building 572 is the exiting door with glass beginning about waist high, the door at building 569 is the existing door with glass beginning about waist high, and the door at building 567 is a new panel door.
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02243
  
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Main Post
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Rehabilitation/TI
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Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties5/20/2002
These buildings are intended to be leased for an interim period (5 years) as office use.  Building 10 has already undergone a full rehabilitation by the NPS for office use and requires minimal work.  Building 9 is currently in use as offices for Trust Planning staff but needs work to include life safety upgrades.  Lead-base paint soil remediation is necessary.  Utility upgrades include trenching for telecom conduit and water lines.
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02244
  
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Main Post
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Infrastructure
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Routine maintenance and property and resource management4/22/2002
The interconnect box is where all of the east residential housing telephone cables come together.  This project will protect this box (and the service they support) from accidental damage by automobiles.  Two bollards (4' still barrier posts filled with concrete) will be placed adjacent to front corners of the interconnect box, just outside the length of the door openings.
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02245
  
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Letterman
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Infrastructure
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Installation of underground utilities4/11/2002
Presidio Trust's agreement with Lucas Film Development is that all underground utilities on Lucas Film property will be removed or relocated out of the Lucas property.  Existing two (2) fire hyrdants, one of the hydrant located at the corner of Sternberg and Gorgas and the second hydrant located at the corner of Truby Street and Gorgas, will be removed permanently.  The proposed location of the new fire hydrant is in front of building 1152 YMCA Gym on the grass area.
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02246
  
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South Hills
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Vegetation Restoration
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Landscaping and landscape maintenance4/25/2002
The topped stands along West Pacific are part of the Presidio's historic forest, which is a contributing feature to the Presidio NHL.  Topped trees in this stand have poor structure, unhealthy, and diseased due to poor management and old age.  This reforestation project will preserve the historic character of this stand and improve its health by permanenently eliminating the need for topping.
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02247
  
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South Hills
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Remediation
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Routine maintenance and property and resource management5/20/2002
This project will remove underground storage tanks (USTs) at buildings 1450 and 1451.  This work is being conducted in efforts to reach the Presidio Trust goal of removing and closing all tank sites on the Presidio.
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02248
  
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Letterman
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Landscaping/Site Work
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Trail development, relocation, or maintenance6/12/2002
This project will provide alternative walking paths from Letterman Drive bus stops to O'Reilly and Gen. Kennedy's Aves.  The need for the alternative walkways arises from the removal of some of the existing walkways as part of the Letterman Project.
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02249
  
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East Housing
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Rehabilitation/TI
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Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties
Real Estate has executed an interim lease to use building 569 as a health and fitness studio.  The proposed tenant improvements include selective demo, structural strengthening, utility upgrades, reopening of interior windows, and office enclosures.  The proposed design details are recommended to facilitate pedestrian circulation, to meet accessibility requirements, to provide positive drainage away from the building foundation, to provide an easily visible tenant identification sign, and to provide simple drought tolerant foundation planting.  This project will undergo administrative NEPA review.
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02250
  
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Letterman
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Transportation/Parking
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Replacement of minor structures and facilities
This project is a modification to 5x certified project (GOGA 02-015) and categorically excluded project (NR 02-204).  The modifications include the installation of an above-ground transformer and 2 additional charging stations in the parking lot on the south side of the Thoreau Center.
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02251
  
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Letterman
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Rehabilitation/TI
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Rehabilitation or improvement of historic properties
This project will create two additional enclosed offices within the Letterman Digial Arts Ltd. space on the first floor of building 1051.  This is a modification to GOGA 01-209, previously certified office space build out for LDA during construction.
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East Housing
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Transportation/Parking
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Replacement of minor structures and facilities5/21/2002
This project will provide Trust non-residential tenants residentis in East Housing, Cow Hollow and the Marina with access to a City Carshare pod in the Presidio.  The City CarShare vehicle will be availabe for use near the Lombard Gate.  City Carshare is a non-profit organization that provides a network of cars parked around the City.
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