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Quadrant Business Park Supplemental EIS 1986 I i il I- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROPOSAL QUADRANT PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT SHAPIRO & ASSarIPJl:S~ SHAPIRO & ASSca:IATES~ August IS, 1986 The Smith Tower Suite 1812 506 Second l\venue Seattle Washington 98104 Mr. Gordon Ericksen Department of Community Development City of Bothell 18305 - 101st N.E. Bothell, WA 98011 RECEIVED 206/624' 9190 AUG 15 1986 Dear Mr. Eri cksen: CITY OF Ill,) I Mt:LL COM. DEV. Shapiro and Associates, Inc. (SHAPIRO) is delighted to provide you with this proposal for preparing a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for the proposed Quadrant Business Park Planned Unit Development Amendment. SHAPIRO's project experience and qualified staff members possess the capabilities required to thoroughly address the issues in a timely and efficient manner. The project, as we understand it, would include a hotel/motel/restaurant complex as part of the Quadrant Business Park. The square footage for this use would offset an equal amount of light industrial square footage as approved in the PUD. Recently, SHAPIRO has worked with the City of Bothell to prepare an expanded checklist for the proposed Bloomberg Hill Reservoir project; that 75-page document was prepared in a little more than two weeks. We also prepared the Environmental Impact Statement for the Quadrant Business Park. Several members of our current staff assisted in the environmental documentation for the original project. Currently, we are working on an EIS for N.E. 228th Street, just north of the project area. For this project, I would be the principal-in-charge and Madelaine Georgette would be the overall project manager. I was the principal author of the Bloomberg Hill Reservoir and am currently the manager on the EIS for the 8th and Pine Hotel. Ms. Georgette, as project manager, would coordinate and manage in-house staff and any subconsultants, edit, research, and prepare portions of the text of the SEIS. In addition to these responsibilities, she would be responsible for maintaining the project momentum. Ms. Georgette is recognized for her abilities to bring projects in on time and on budget. She has recently completed the Woodinville Incorporation Study, a complex and detailed project that was prepared in an unusually abbreviated timeframe. That study has received rave reviews. Charles Crandall of The Transpo Group will provide traffic analysis, having recently worked on the Koll project and the Bothell Transportation Management Plan. ..~ Mr. Gordon Ericksen August 15, 1986 Page Two Additionally, to ensure a timely completion of all work, we have assigned Sally Metteer, Susan Killen, and David McDowell of our staff to provide assistance in research and analysis. SHAPIRO is prepared to begin work immediately on the SEIS and we will have the preliminary Draft completed by September 5 to meet your September 15 deadline. We believe that our previous experience will enable us to provide you with a high-quality document in a timely, cost-effective manner. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like additional information. We enthusiastically look forward to the opportunity of working with you on this project. Sincerely, SHAPIRO AND ASSOCITES, INC. cfk~~~ Glenn Bachman, Vice President/Planning GB:ble Enclosure SHAPIRO & ASSCIT:IAIES~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROPOSAL FOR THE QUADRANT PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT Prepared for City of Bothell and Quadrant Corpora tion Submitted by Shapiro and Associates, Inc. The Smith Tower, Suite 1812 Sea ttle, Washington 98104 August 15. 1986 .~ I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION II. APPROACH AND SCOPE OF WORK General Approach Proposed Supplemental EIS Scope III. GENERAL FIRM DESCRIPTIONS, STUDY TEAM, AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT General Firm Descriptions Study Team Project Management Detailed Resumes IV. RELEVANT STUDIES AND REFERENCES Relevant Studies References v. SCHEDULE AND BUDGET Schedule Budget II II I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I ! I I I I I ! I I. INTRODUCTION SHAPLRO& ASS<llJAIl:Si I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. INTRODUCTION An Environmental Impact Statement was issued in April 1982 for the Quadrant Corporate Park - Bothell. An amendment to the Planned Unit Development (PUD) has been requested to allow the development of a hotel/motel/restaurant complex. The proposed amendment has been determined to have substantial changes and the proposal may have significant environmental impacts. It has been determined by the City of Bothell that a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) will be required. The approved Quadrant Corporate Business Park. located east of 1-405 and north of SR-522 in the North Creek Valley, has a provision for a total of 55,000 square feet of commercial/retail space. The total combined area for the hotel/motel complex would be subtracted from the amount of the building area approved for light industrial uses. This proposal is to prepare an SEIS for the amendment to the Quadrant Business Park PUD. In preparation of this proposal, the SHAPIRO staff has reviewed pertinent information from a variety of sources. From a review of City plans and relevant EIS documents, a site visit, and discussions with representatives of the City of Bothell and Quadrant. SHAPIRO has gained an understanding of the proposed development. Moreover, SHAPIRO has considerable experience in the preparation of EISs on hotel/motel/resort developments, including projects for Hilton, Aircoa/Sheraton, and the Cypress Island Resort. We are currently completing a Final EIS on the Courtney Group's proposed 460-room hotel in downtown Seattle that will be operated by Radisson. Project issues have been discussed by the project staff. SHAPIRO's familiarity with the project area and extensive experience with SEPA requirements, provides a comprehensive, thorough and detailed understanding of this project's important issues. This proposal includes a general description of our approach for prepa- ration of the SEIS, an outline indicating the anticipated scope of work for the SEIS, the schedule. and the budget for the project. Also presented is a brief description of the team members, their responsibilities, and descriptions of relevant studies and references. I I I I I I I ! I I , II I I I I I I I I I II. APPROACH AND SCOPE OF WORK. I I SHAPIRO & ~ I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I II. APPROACH AND SCOPE OF WORK This section describes SHAPIRO's general approach and detailed work plan for the preparation of the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) and presents an outline and scope of the SEIS content as we currently see it. GENERAL APPROACH TO THE SEIS Our general approach to the preparation of an SEIS under the new SEPA procedures, WAC 197-11-620, as adopted by the City of Bothell is as follows: We will work closely with Quadrant and the City of Bothell to ensure a cohesive team approach and the highest level of communication. We will coordinate with the City of Bothell and Quadrant to refine the scope of the Supplemental EIS, if necessary, based on input received during the scoping process. In refining the scope, major and minor issues will be further identified and the level of detail at which the EIS should address these issues will be finalized. SHAPIRO's and TRANSPO's resources will be adjusted, if necessary, to ensure that the work is completed within the same timeline. We will, to the extent possible, rely on the data and information available from the City of Bothell and other EISs prepared in the project planning area. Under the new SEPA guidelines, previous environmental documents can be incorporated into the EIS by reference. Background data already developed for this site as well as data we have compiled for other environmental checklists and EISs in the project area will be used. Where appropriate, the consultant team will update existing data or information for environmental analysis. We will assist the City of Bothell and Quadrant in scheduling and coordinating any pUblic meetings that may be required. Comments will be incorporated into the Final ~EIS. The Final SEIS will be circulated by the City, as required. PROPOSED SEIS SCOPE This section briefly describes our proposed approach for preparing the Draft SEIS and the general content of the document. We anticipate that this methodology will be further refined through consultation with the City of Bothell upon notice to proceed. The following outlines the topics to be discussed, element by element. Should the SCOpin9 process and further negotiations with the City of Bothell identify additional alernatives and/or elements for inclusion in the SEIS, the SHAPIRO staff can provide the necessary experience and analytical skills to address the other disciplines. We anticipate a limited scope SEIS, based on our review of the prelimi- nary scoping assessment, the availability of existing documentation for I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I /(111 (/ (/((/ c- -- ;>;/eF t~>/)(I sf / iF ! / / II/ j ; r'~'-) ~~ / 0; - ..----- ~-' / ....( {, .~-. IlL, ;I - (// I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I incorporation by reference, our familiarity with the typical requirements of resource agencies, our review of the preliminary design concept, experience with the new SEPA guidelines, and review of existing information and conversations with representatives of the City of Bothell. Should scoping and/or direction from the lead agency require additional work, the expertise and flexibility of the existing staff can provide the necessary experience and analytical skills to address all areas of the environment and meet the required timeline. Environmental elements to be discussed with regard to existing conditions, impacts, mitigating measures, and unavoidable adverse impacts, are separated into two categories, the natural environment and the built environment. Description of the Proposed Action and Alternatives This section of the Draft SEIS will describe the proponent's objectives, and characterize the proposed action and no action alternative, as well as a location of the proposed hotel/motel/restaurant complex outside the business park. Affected--Environment__Significant Impacts and Mitigating Measures ~ and NOiV Frequently during scoping, air and noise are identified as issues of concern. Should the current scoping process indicate a need for additional / information, we are prepared to address these issues. Based on a review of ITE traffic generation numbers, studies completed for Ramada Inn and the original EIS for the Business Park, as well as the puget Sound Air Pollution Control Authority's (PSAPCA) initial information, we believe air quality ~ will not be a significant issue. However, because the traffic analysls isl not suftlclent at this time to make a final determination and the scoping ~ process is not yet complete, we have included it as an optional budget item.V1/ Based on surrounding land use, we have deleted noise from further consideration at this time. ~ Land Use This section will include an analysis of the impact on exchanging the square footage of land uses as proposed. The Business Park is within the North Creek Valley comprehensive planning area and existing zoning is mixed use (MU). A hotel/motel is a permitted use in the MU zone, provided freeway motorists are not a substantial source of business. ~ The Land Use section will address the impact on pervious surfaces in the Business ParK ana the overall effect on development ln the valley.. This section will also include a discussion of the relationship of the potential motel complex to adopted Performance Standards for the Business Park. Aesthetics The Aesthetics section will analyze design issues, including height, landscaping and compatibility with other Business Park uses and Performance Standards. Impacts will be described and illustrated where possible. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Transportation ~ Key vehicular transportation issues include new traffic generated by the type of hotel/motel/restaurant compJex':-pl"llPOSea ,fur.lhe 51l.e. The HE Trip Genera tionma.nual' and studies for 'similar facil ities win be used. (Additional available studies are partic,ularlY,, r,elevant for this project r I since they show a 31% decrease in traffic generated by the proposed type of l facil i ty as comparea to themor~ 'traditi ona 1,}reew3-y-'ori ent,ed 'fa,ciH ty. ~- In developing new traffic information changes from the original EIS, traffic studies and the results of the trade-off in square footage will be examined. ~'-~.,-_.. Parking impacts will be studied and any mitigation, if necessary, will be incorporated. The technical report will be summarized and incorporated into the document in the appropriate SEIS format. Public Services and Utilities SHAPIRO's and the proponent's data ~es would be used to provide a discussion of the ability to extend se~~~~. Letters and/or interviews with the City of Bothell's servfce~epartments and other agencies may be required to secure project-specific comments. ~ The Econo~ section, identified as an area of concern of the SEIS, ./ will include an analysis of the tax base impacts. The benefits to the ~ Business Park and surrounding communlty will be discussed. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III. GENERAL FIRM DESCRIPTIONS, STUDY TEAM, AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SHAPIRO & ASS<IT:IArES\i I I I ,I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III. GENERAL FIRM DESCRIPTION, STUDY TEAM, AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT This section presents the qualifications of our study team, including brief descriptions of the experience and role of each team member, and discusses our approach to project management. Detailed resumes of the study team members are included in this section of the proposal. GENERAL FIRM DESCRIPTIONS The project team of Shapiro and Associates, Inc. (SHAPIRO) and The Transpo Group, Inc. (TRANSPO) assembles a group of specialists whose expertise and disciplines provide experience in the assessment of environmental issues that correspond to those anticipated for the Quadrant Planned Unit Development Amendment SEIS. The team has a proven record of collaboration on EISs on projects in the Seattle area. Most recently, SHAPIRO and TRANSPO collaborated on environmental documentation for Quadrant's Redmond Block project. This team experience provides us with the procedural foundation for efficiently dissemenating information, and understanding format, content and level of detail expected in our analyses. An examination of the current work load of team members and support staff ensures a document will be delivered on time. SHAPIRO is a consulting firm of planners, environmental analysts and engineers. Over the past 12 years, SHAPIRO has prepared over 500 environ- mental reports. SHAPIRO's broad experience demonstrates our high degree of familiarity and ability to deal with potentially sensitive issues, such as land use and growth implications, housing, regional transportation, economic and fiscal impacts, impacts on the natural and physical environment, community plans and policies, and a variety of site-specific questions that frequently emerge concerning particular development projects. We have prepared numerous environmental assessments and environmental impact statements covering a wide range of projects and programs, including: hotels, motels and restaurants busness parks and industrial facilities urban office and mixed-use projects residential developments of all scales and densities community land use and comprehensive plans shopping centers hospital and retirement facilities water-oriented facilities (piers, marinas, etc.) government policies and regulations transit and highway projects TRANS PO is an organization of professional consultants specializing in urban transportation planning and traffic engineering. A Washington State Corporation, TRANSPO serves clients throughout the Pacific Northwest. Services include long-range planning, conceptual design, and operations planning for a wide variety of surface transportation systems. Since its I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I formation in 1975, TRANS PO has completed over 400 projects that involved relieving street and highway congestion, developing transit and ridesharing opportunities, improving ferry system operations, and analyzing the transportation impacts of private development. The broad scope of the firm's capabilities includes: transportation systems planning traffic engineering and operations pUblic transit systems traffic impact analysis high-occupancy-vehicle systems parking needs and management energy conservation planning transportation system management STUDY TEAM The study team consists of a core staff and staff associates of SHAPIRO. TRANSPO will be a subconsultant to SHAPIRO. Oetailed resumes follow. Relevant studies and project references on studies are described in Section IV of this proposal. The study team members and their roles are as follows: Shapiro and Associates, Inc. Glenn Bachman, Principal-in-Charge Mr. Bachman will oversee and be responsible for the entire project. He will conduct the in-house critical review of draft documents to ensure an objective, comprehensive, and readable product. Mr. Bachman has extensive experience in environmental analysis, with special emphasis on comprehensive planning, policy and land use analysis. Mr. Bachman most recently managed and was the principal author of the 8th and Pine Hotel Environmental Impact Statement for the City of Seattle. He was the principal author of the Bloomberg Hill Reservoir checklist, and participated in the original EIS on the Quadrant Business Park. He is frequently the principal-in-charge of large and/or sensitive studies and multidisciplinary studies with many subconsultants. He has managed and worked on numerous environmental impact statements including mixed-use developments, industrial facilities, parks and programmatic analyses. Madelaine Georgette, Project Manager/Senior Planner Ms. Georgette is a socioeconomist/planner. specializing in the analysis and evaluation of economic, fiscal and social service impacts related to planning and development projets. Her responSibilities at SHAPIRO include writing and managing EISs for a wide range of projects. She is especially skilled in facilitating team work and meeting critical deadlines. The recent Woodinville Incorporation study is an example of a project in which a complex analysis was prepared during a relatively short period of time. I I I I I I I , I I II I I ,I I I I I I I I Sally Metteer, Assistant Project Manager/Planner Ms. Metteer assists in the preparation of environmental impact statements and planning reports. Her experience includes research, analysis, and mapping of data for comprehensive land use plans, environmental impact analyses, and for a surface water management utility. Ms. Matteer is also experienced in estuary planning, cumulative impact assessment, mitigation policy development, land use and habitat mapping, and surveying and mapping wetlands. Her work involves researching, documenting, and mapping data related to land use and the distribution of natural and cultural resources. Susan Killen, Senior Planner/Transportation and Land Use Ms. Killen is a senior environmental planner for SHAPIRO. She has managed and participated in numerous SEPA and NEPA environmental impact statements, environmental assessments, and checklists for such diverse projects as downtown office development, master plans and rezones, shopping malls, gravel mines, and numerous transportation facilities. Ms. Killen's experience includes transportation analysis, noise and air quality analysis, systems and operation analysis, site planning, energy management planning, grading and reclamation plans, and permit processing. David McDowell, Environmental Geologist Mr. McDowell is a geologist/hydrologist for SHAPIRO with extensive background in geomorphology, geologic hazards, and soils. Mr. McDowell specializes in environmental assessments, EISs, and geotechnical studies related to development projects and regional planning issues. He was one of the original authors of the Quadrant Business Park EIS. Mr. McDowell has managed numerous EIS's in which geology, soils, and water quality were major issues and has provided input to numerous environmental assessments, water resources planning studies, and comprehensive planning documents. The Transpo Group, Inc. Charles Crandall, P.E. Mr. Crandall will be manager for the vehicular transportation analysis. He brings more than ten years of transportation planning experience to the team. Mr. Crandall is familiar with the North Creek Valley since TRANSPO is currently preparing a traffic impact analysis for the Koll Company's North Creek II project. Prior to joining TRANSPO, Mr. Crandall served as lead engineer on a variety of transportation studies, including the City of Bothell's Transportation Management Plan completed in 1982. PROJECT MANAGEMENT SHAPIRO will be responsible for all the technical, administrative, and financial management of the Supplemental EIS. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SHAPIRO tracks progress in-house on a weekly basis to ensure schedules and budgets are met and to identify issues and opportunities as quickly as possible. Any important issues are presented to the client for immediate discussion. As the project manager, Madelaine Georgette will bear responsibility for successful project completion. Ms. Georgette recently coordinated and provided a very thorough, complex document to the City of Woodinille in a very short timeframe. To ensure an objective, thorough, and understandable document, Mr. Bachman will personally review and edit all study products. As project manager, Ms. Georgette will: Track progress to ensure that the project is on time and within bud- get. Short progress reports can be submitted weekly, if desired. Attend and/or conduct meetings, workshops, and pUblic hearings as necessary. Mr. Bachman and other team members are also available as needed for meetings. Review sections prepared by other study team members to ensure consis- tency and consideration of all issues, and edit these sections and the entire document for consistency of style. Coordinate with other study team members and with the City and other agencies and groups. Such coordination typically involves a close working relationship and very frequent contacts. I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I GLENN BACHMAN PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Glenn Bachman is Vice President for Planning at SHAPIRO. As an environmental and land use planner, he specializes in the development and evaluation of projects, policies, and programs. He is often responsible for managing the more sensitive projects on which the firm works. While with SHAPIRO, Mr. Bachman has managed and/or worked on dozens of environ- mental impact statements, environmental assessments, and checklists, including mixed use projects, urban development projects, roadway improvements, land use plans, master plans, industrial facilities, residential subdivisions, munici- pal incorporations, rezones, hospitals, and public works projects. He is the author of an Environmental Management Plan study for Seattle City Light and has also managed a variety of specialized studies, including regulatory analyses and program planning studies. Mr. Bachman is the project manager for the Eighth and Pine Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the City of Seattle, as well as the project manager of a land use amendment study and EIS for Snohomish County. He also is currently managing several other studies including a helipad and a commercial/ industrial conservation study for the City of Tacoma. Mr. Bachman is the coordinator of two "open-end" contracts for environmental analysis with the Bonneville Power Administration--one with the Conservation Division, the other with the Power Resources and Management Division. Addi- ti onally, he managed an "open-end" contract with Seattl e Ci ty Li ght' s Envi ron- mental Affairs Division, which SHAPIRO held for five years. Mr. Bachman had primary responsibility for the identification and evaluation of alternate techni ques for compl i ance wi th Nati onal Envi ronmental Pol icy Act regul ati ons as they relate to BPA's development of industrial audit programs. Mr. Bachman's organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to manage specialized subconsultants on interdisciplinary studies are well respected. These qualities have enabled him to produce thorough studies in a timely and efficient manner. Prior to joining SHAPIRO, Mr. Bachman had five years of experience in the publ ic and private sectors. His work included the establ ishment of data bases, development of comprehensive and energy management pl ans, organiza- tional and marketing studies, surveys, site planning and the design of energy-efficient structures. Additionally, Mr. Bachman wrote the energy chapter of King County's draft Comprehensive Plan and the land use element of the King County Energy Management Plan. EDUCATION B.A., 1974, Art (Environmental Design); Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine M.U.P., 1981, Urban and Regional Planning; University of Oregon, Eugene, OR I I ,I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MADELAINE GEORGETTE PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Madelaine Georgette is Senior Economist and Public Involvement Specialist at SHAPIRO. As Senior Economist, she has developed and implemented methodologies using economic base analysis, trend analysis and long-range forecasting. Ms. Georgette analyzes fiscal and economic trends for jurisidictions impacted by project development or policy changes, evaluates economic market projections, and develops and implements survey questionna ires. Project management responsibilities include tracking progress, task assignment and organization, client relations, research implementation and final report writing and editing. As project manager for the Woodinville Incorporation Study, Ms. Georgette analyzed the economic and fiscal feasibility of the proposed incorporation on the King County budget and levels of service for all departments; developed a bUdget for the new city for the transition phase, the first full year of operations, and for a capi tal improvement plan; analyzed impacts on special purpose di stricts and developed three growth scenarios used to make projections of revenues and expendi- tures for a 10-year period. A comparable city analysis was also conducted to identify other comparable cities with similar characteristics so that their budgetary experiences and provision of services could be drawn upon in developing estimates for the new city. Economic projects at SHAPIRO for which Ms. Georgette also served as project manager and chief research investigator include the Newcastle Facilities Study involving an analysis and evaluation of public service and facility impacts from a proposed annexation to the City of Bellevue, and a socioeconomic and fiscal impact analysis for the North Fork Snoqualmie River project FERC license application. Additonal economic projects include an economic and fiscal impact analysis for a proposed conference center on Cypress Island and a demographic, fiscal and economic impact analysis on the widening of 1-5 near Salem, Oregon. Ms. Georgette has done land use and policy analyses for two office complexes in Bellevue, a residential development on Mercer Island, a City of Bellevue Parks project, and a wastewater treatment plant in Port Ludlow. As SHAPIRO's Public Involvement Specialist, Ms. Georgette is responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing public participation programs as an integral part of the EIS and project planning process. Typical responsibilities, include: organizing and working with citizen advisory committees and technical advisory groups; conducting public meetings, workshops and hearings; preparing and presenting teChnical information for non-technical audiences; resolving conflicts through negotiation and mediation; promoting ongoing communications and media relations; and program facilitation and implementation. Current projects where Ms. Georgette is developing and implementing community involvement programs include: Bryant Landfill in Snohomish County, and Cedar Falls, Hobart and Enumclaw Landfills in King County, where special expertise is required in working with the publiC on sensitive, controversial issues. EDUCATION B.A., 1978. M.A., 1980. Political Science, University of Texas, at Dallas. Political Economy, University of Texas, at Dallas. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Sea ttl e Economi s ts Cl ub Seattle Association of Women Economists I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I SUSAN KILLEN PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Susan Killen is a senior planner and EIS Her responsibilities include project environmental documentation, research, coordination. Division coordinator for SHAPIRO. management and preparati on of analysis, and interdisciplinary Ms. Killen has managed and participated in numerous environmental state- ments, environmental assessments, and checklists for such diverse projects as downtown offi ce development, master pl ans and rezones, shoppi ng mall s, transit projects, and gravel mines. She is familiar with and has worked under both NEPA and SEPA Guidelines. Ms. Killen's experience includes urban density studies, transportation research and analysis, including traffic volume and Level of Service analyses, traffic generation modeling, systems and operation analysis, site planning and urban design studies for mixed use developments, energy management planning, grading and reclamation plans, permit processing, and public presentations. Ms. Killen is the project manager for the Group Health Cooperative Major Institutions Master Plan EIS in Seattle. Land use and transportation are two central issues. Close coordination and team work are essential. She is also managing several other studies including a 1,600-acre mixed use development EIS for the Quadrant Corporation in King County, EIS for the City of Tacoma's Utility Department, and an EIS for Seattle Pacific University's Master Plan. Prior to joining SHAPIRO, Ms. Killen had six years of experience in environ- mental planning in the public and private sectors. While employed by METRO (Municipal ity of Metropol ftan Seattl e), she was the environmental project manager for numerous transportaton facil ities. She was the manager and co-author for the Downtown Seattle Transit Project's Environmental Impact Statement. In addition to managing the environmental process for this EIS, she coordinated the 4( f) and 106 processes, i nvol vi ng the eval uati on and determination of effects of the project on the historic, archaeologic, cul tural, and parkl and resources. The 4( f) /106 processes required close coordination with local, state and federal agencies. While with METRO, she al so managed the environmental impact statements for operating bases, the trolley system extension, and the waterfront streetcar. EDUCATION B.A., 1971, Education. Seattle University, Seattle, WA M.Ed., 1975, Education. Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA M.U.P. Urban Planning, (pending). Antioch University, Seattle, WA PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Women's Transportation Seminar (WTSl I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SALLY METTEER PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Sally Metteer is a Planner with SHAPIRO. Her responsibilities include research, data collection, and data analysis for environmental impact analyses and planning studies. She assists in the preparation of environmental impact statements and planning reports. Ms. Metteer has had four years of pl anni ng and cartographi c ex peri ence in the public and private sectors. Most recently, she has served as an Associate Planner/Cartographer for Snohomish County. Her work with Snohomish County included research, analysis, and mapping of data for comprehensive 1 and use pl ans, envi ronmental impact analyses, and for the Surface Water Management Util i ty. She was al so i nvol ved in devel opi ng a data base for the county's Business and Industrial Lands Survey. With the Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce, Ms. Metteer gained ex peri ence in estuary pl anni ng, cumul ative impact assessment, mi ti gati on policy development, land use and habitat mapping, and surveying and mapping wetl ands. Her work i nvol ved researchi ng, documenting, and mappi ng data related to land use and the distribution of natural and cultural resources in the Columbia River region. Ms. Metteer's broad experience in the planning field complements her academic training in biology and geography. Through her combined work experience and academic training, Ms. Metteer has a strong foundation in the natural sciences and has been involved in a variety of biological field studies. She has demonstrated the ability to perform extensive and thorough research for environmental analyses and to use an interdisciplinary approach in analyzing land use issues. As a new member of SHAP IRO' s pl anni ng team, Ms. Metteer bri ngs to the fi rm additional experience in land use planning, skills in research, data collection and data analysis, and expertise in land use and natural resource mapping. EDUCATION B.A., 1981, Biology, University of California at Berkeley B.A., 1981, Geography, University of California at Berkeley I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DAVID MC DOWELL PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Mr. McDowell is an envi ronmental geol ogi st at SHAPIRO. He has work and field experience in geomorphology, geologic hazards evaluation, engineer- ing geology and soils, hydrology, and oceanography. At SHAPIRO, Mr. McDowell specializes in geotechnical and water resources environmental assessments related to urban and regional planning issues. He has prepared many envi ronmenta 1 assessments, comprehensi ve pl anni ng documents, and water resources planning studies. He has prepared environmental studies for mineral resource extractions, water and sewerage systems, and commercial and residential developments, and has developed land suitability analyses for project site and comprehensive planning decisions, including soil suitability for structures, foundation design alternatives, subsurface drainage and groundwater control, and erosion control measures. His environmental work also includes water resource and water quality assessments for marine and freshwater systems. He conducts non-point source pollution evaluation of proposed development projects and has designed storm water and erosion control best management practices for development mitigation. Mr. McDowell has also conducted environmental evaluations of marine dredge disposal and site evaluations for hazardous substances. Mr. McDowell has been actively involved with environmental assessments in Alaska and California. His work in Alaska concerned the potential impacts associated with offshore development on the continental shelf of the Beau- fort Sea. He assessed the nature, rate, and occurrence of ice gouging on the sea floor, and evaluated shelf sediment transport and sediment distri- bution, shoreline changes, and barrier island migration of the inner shelf. In California, Mr. McDowell evaluated downslope and downstream effects of timber harvesting and road building in national forests. This included analyses of the net erosion/deposition rates from timber harvest activities. During this period he gained experience in soil erosion due to sheet wash and mass wasting effects from cut blocks. EDUCATION A.A., 1972, Oceanographic Technology Fullerton Junior College B.A., 1976, Geology Humboldt State University I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CHARLES A. CRANDALL, P.E. The TRANSPO Group Mr. Crandall has ten years of experience in transportation engineering for various private firms and public agencies in the Puget Sound area. He had recently joined the TRANSPO Group after working for unother Bellevue-bosed consulting firm. As a member of that firm he was involved in 0 number of transportotion planning and traffic engineering projects. Two of his recent projects were to conduct a transportation study of the Renton Valley (between Renton ond Tukwila) and to develop a traffic model and analyze olternatives for the Tukwila Commercial Industrial District (CID). The Renton Valley project consisted of developing a traffic model to forecast year 2000 traffic, identifying roadway deficiencies, developing cost estimates, and identifying funding sources. The Tukwila CID project involved development of 0 traffic forecasting model, identifying and analyzing alternatives, and preparing preliminary cost estimates. Mr. Crandall has managed a variety of traffic impact analyses including the University of Washington Stadium Expansion, Cascade Shopping Center (Everett), New World Centre (Seattle), Block 5 Office Building (Seattle), Ellioll Avenue Office Building (Seallle), Pier 61/62 Redevelopment (Seattle), Seventh and Pike Convention Center Hotel (Seattle), and the NE 4th Street Improvement Project (Bellevue). He was also involved in major corridor analyses for 164th Street SW/SE in Snohomish County (travel forecosting, problem identification, alternative analysis) and the SR-18 Master Plan (problem identification, alternative analysis). Previously, Mr. Crandall served as lead engineer on a variety of transportation studies, including the Bothell Transportation Plan, the Bremerton Subarea Study, and the Harbor Island Circulation Plan. Mr. Crandall has been responsible for a number of traffic signal system design and operational projects. He developed 8 separate signal timing plans for a 13 intersection. corridor in Renton. He has designed traffic signals for King County, San Luis Obispo and San Mateo California, Boise Idaho, Redmond Woshington, and Phoenix Arizona. He spent two months on assignment in Sunnyvale California as the Assistant City Engineer. During that time, he worked on capital projects (signal design, roadway striping plans, and signal timing coordination). A major portion of Mr. Crandall's responsibilities have been in travel demand forecasting. He has developed area wide traffic models for Renton Valley, 164th Street SW!SE, Elliott Creek Ranch (Sacramento California), King County Solid Waste Operations, City of Bothell, and City of Tukwila. The level of detail has varied depending on the area, the client requirements and data base available. The forecasts have been used to develop specific roadway corridor designs, oreo wide transportation programs, alternatives analysis, and local improvement district programs. In the public sector as a member of the Seattle Engineering Department, Mr. Crandoll served as the engineering department's project manager f or the consultant portion of the Seallle Comprehensive Transportation Program which included travel-demand forecasting, transportation problem identification, and recommendations for transportation improvements and for coordination with the Puget Sound Council of Governments. As a transportation planner with the King County Department of Planning and Community Development. Mr. Crandall developed the transportation sections of the Northshore and Vashon Island community plans, including policies, transit recommendations, trail corridors, bicycle paths, and street improvement projects. While r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . CHARLES A. CRANDALL, P.E. The TRANSPO Group with King County, he was responsible for travel farecasting and computer modeling for the areas of Shoreline, Northshore, Newcastle, Highline, and Federal Way and assisted in develaping transportation plans for these area. He also reviewed environmental impact statements, plats, subdivisions, and rezone requests. Praf essional Reqistration Professional Engineer, Washington Membership in Professional Orqonizatians Institute of Transportation Engineers I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I JAMES W. MACISAAC, P.E. The TRANSPO Group Prof essional Status Mr. Macisaac is president and co-founder of The TRANSPO Group. He has full technical and organizational responsibility for transportation projects of every type. Specifically, he manages complex tronsportation projects that hove signif icant long-term impacts on both local and regional communities and that involve other senior professionals and interdisciplinary teams. He is experienced in working with project developers and community leaders to successfully resolve transportation policy issues and improvement needs associated with large land use rezone and project development efforts. Experience With more than 19 years of applied transportation planning experience, Mr. Macisaac has been responsible for projects involving all aspects of traffic engineering and transportation planning. His professional experience includes geographic diversity throughout the West Coast and in Latin America. He has led successful team efforts in solving a variety of transportation problems involving intermodal interfaces, marine transportation, and highway and transit systems. He is responsible within TRANSPO for directing the analysis of impacts of very large-scale residential, commercial and industrial developments, and in developing transportation improvement programs and funding strategies for cities, counties and subareas therein. Mr. Macisaac has acquired extensive working knowledge of the Puget Sound transportation system and its problems. His areas of accomplishments include: . Street and highway planning for cities, counties and regional and state agencies; . Future travel demand estimations and impact evaluations for tronsit, highway and arterial systems; . Transit system park-and-ride program development; . Impact evaluations of complex private developments; . Alternative development and evaluation for major transportation facilities. Backqround Mr. Macisaac is a graduate of Seattle University (BSCE, 1964) and the University of Washington (MSCE, Transportation, 1965). He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Washington. Before co-founding The TRANSPO Group in 1975, Mr. Macisaac managed and directed transportation projects for the Puget Sound Governmental Conference, Tudor Engineering Company, and Alan M. Voorhees & Associates. In addition, he is visiting instructor in transportation engineering ot Seattle University ond the University of Washington. Mr. Macisaac is a member of: . American Public Works Association . American Society of Civil Engineers . Institute of Transportation Engineers I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I LARRY W. TOEDTLI, P.E. The TRANSPO Group Professional Status Mr. Toedtli is a transportation engineer with technical and administrative responsibility for a wide variety of traffic impact studies ond provides technical support on major projects. His position requires skills in traffic engineering, travel demand forecasting, and identification and analysis of alternative transportation solutions. In addition, his position requires the ability to communicate with private developers and agency staffs, and the writing of technical reports. Experience Mr. T oedtli has managed major tasks and provided technical support in developing long- ronge transportotion plans including inventory, roadway functional classification, intersection and roadway capacity analysis, travel demand forecasting, and development and onalysis of potential improvement projects. He has extensive experience in the application of computer and manual methods for analyzing future travel demand. He also has managed projects involving the localized troffic impacts of individual developments. As part of these projects, he has worked closely with citizen groups, agency staffs, elected officials, developers and the general public. Backqround Mr. Toedtli is a graduate of the University of Woshington (MSCE 1983) and the University of Colorado (BSCE 1977). He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Colorado. Before joining The TRANSPO Group in 1985, Mr. Toedtli was employed for four years as a transportation planner f or King County, Washington. At King County he was in charge of developing travel forecasts and transportation elements for County land use plans. Mr. Toedtli is a member of: . Institute of Transportation Engineers. I I I I I I I ; I I I I I I I I I I I I I\Z RELEVANT STUDIES AND REFERENCES SHAPIRO & ASS<IT:IAfE.S'd I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IV. RELEVANT STUDIES AND REFERENCES RELEVANT STUOIES This section describes projects that SHAPIRO and TRANSPO have successfully completed. The selection of relevant studies is designed to illustrate the team's ability to address issues comparable to those anticipated to occur. Shapiro and Associates, Inc. Quadrant Corporate Park EIS Cay of Bothell This analysis examined the impacts of a proposed office/industrial complex on 178 acres in the North Creek Valley. The development included 650,000 gross square feet of office and 2,100,000 gross square feet of clean light industrial uses. Important issues examined included land use, trans- portation, air quality, and economics. Cumulative impacts of this develop- ment and the adjacent Koll Business Center were also examined to determine long-term effects in the North Creek Valley if both developments were approved. 8th and Pine Hotel EIS SHAPIRO prepared the EIS on a major hotel located in downtown Seattle. A key issue in the development of this project involves the compatibility of the proposed structure with City plans, policies, and programs, particularly the Interim Downtown Code, the proposed bonus guidelines, and the housing preservation ordinance. Additional issues include energy, which necessitates the preparation of a siting and form analysis, transportation, air quality, and employment. North Creek Comprehensive Plan and Rezone EIS The proposed action included a comprehensive plan redesignation on 260 acres from Watershed Site-Sensitive to Business Park and a rezone from Rural to Business Park. The EIS identified potential impacts of the ultimate change in site utilization from a low density rural nature to a planned business park. The analysis covered all elements of the environment with a special emphasis on earth, water, land use, and population/employment. Early coordination with Snohomish County and State Departments of Fisheries and Game were made to develop appropriate mitigating measures for preserva- tion of North Creek and adjacent shoreline habitat. Firdale Village EIS, Snohomish County, Washington This EIS was for approval of construction of the Firdale Village Apart- ments, a 432-unit low-rise development on 24 acres in south Snohomish County. The existing site was partially wooded and an abandoned gravel quarry. The critical issues examined in the EIS included the change in land use, population dynamics, traffic increase, and aesthetics. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Bloomberg Hill Alternative Reservoir Sltes SHAPIRO prepared an environmental assessment for the City of Bothell on the feasibility of constructing a water reservoir on one of two sites on Bloomberg Hill. The reservoir is proposed in part to serve the water requirements and fire protection needs of the Koll and Quadrant development projects in the North Creek Valley area of the City. The document described 11 water system alternatives. The alternatives included reservoirs of vary- ing size, different engineering approaches (namely, burying and partially burying the reservoir), provision of fire flow demand to an additional water district, and a no-action alternative. ~ S.E. 228th Street SEPA EIS/NEPA EA SHAPIRO is preparing a combined SEPA environmental impact statement and NEPA environmental assessment for the Snohomish County Department of Public Works on proposed roadway improvements as designed by Skilling, Ward, Rogers and Birkshire, Inc. The need for roadway improvements has been spurred by construction of 1-405, residential subdivisions, and commercial Shopping centers in this rapidly growing south Snohomish/north King County area. Major issues covered in the EIS/EA include Slope stability, surface runoff on local wetlands and streams, fisheries, overall community character and growth, disruption of existing housing, the loss of property to right-of-way acquisition, and traffic circulation and safety. Redmond Block EIS King County, Washington SHAPIRO is preparing an environmental impact statement for a proposed rezone of 1,500 acres for a planned community in the Bear Creek Planning Area of King County. The proposal would include multifamily and single- family housing units, business/office park, commercial/retail, schools, open space, and a golf course. The major issues are land use, population and housing trends in the area, and relationships to adopted plans and pOliCies as well as consideration of the new community plan being drafted for the area, transportation and the effects on roadway capacity, and wetlands and potential water quality impacts to Bear and Evans Creeks. SHAPIRO is responsible for the coordination of several consultants on technical reports for the project and for the analysis of plans, policies, ordinances, land use trends and evaluation of impacts to the physical environment. Proposed Woodinville Incorporation Fiscal Impact Study SHAPIRO is currently preparing an economic and fiscal analysis of existing services and facilities within the proposed boundaries for the incorporation of Woodinville for the King County Boundary Review Board. An evaluation is being conducted on the projected impacts on King County and various service districts, along with existing and potential revenue sources for the new city. SHAPIRO is working closely with the Woodinville Citizen Incorporation Committee and the Boundary Review Board in the design and implementation of the economic and fiscal analysis. I I I ,I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Providence Point EIS, Klng County, Washlngton This EIS was prepared by SHAPIRO for King County to determine the impacts associated with a rezone of 180 acres on the East Sammamish Plateau to allow development of a retirement community with a nursing home, a neigh- borhood business center, and multifamily housing. Because of the site's location in a rural area, critical issues discussed in the EIS included the availability of public services and utilities to satisfy increased demand and increased traffic. Other concerns were impacts to soils, surface water runoff, and change in the visual character of the site. Woodinville CBO Bypass EIS SHAPIRO is currently preparing the King County EIS for the roadway realignment-bypass of downtown Woodinville, Washington. The key issues are land use (the proposed roadway is located next to a mobile home park), air and noise impacts both during and after construction, utility relocation, and aesthetics. Since the roadway is located in the vicinity of the Sammamish River, water quality will also be addressed. SHAPIRO is also involved in the community participation aspect of the study. Hestnes Property (Yellow Lake) EIS, King County, Washington This EIS, prepared by SHAPIRO, was for a rezone for development of single- and multi-family units and 10 acres of commercial space on approxi- mately 900 acres on the East Sammamish Plateau. The site was undeveloped and contained several wetland areas, including Yellow Lake and Queen Lake Bog. SHAPIRO provided an assessment of all the wetlands on-site for the proponents and recommendations for measures to mitigate impacts on, or enhance, various wetland areas. The recommendations were then incorporated into the EIS. Critical issues also included land use patterns and change, transportation, alternative sewer systems and routes, and population/housing dynamics in the area. Seattle Airport Hilton SHAPIRO prepared an Environmental Impact Statement for the Hilton Hotel Corporation Real Estate and Development Division to obtain approval of a building permit for the construction of an addition to the existing Seattle Airport Hilton Hotel and for remodeling the existing building exteriors. The addition consisted of an II-story tower containing 198 guest rooms, 11,920 square feet of banquet and meeting rooms, and hotel office space. In conjunction with the addition, new parking facilities to accommodate 162 stalls was provided on the eastern portion of the site. The Transpo Group, Inc. North Creek II - Koll Company TRANSPO is currently preparing a traffic impact analysis for a business park rezone in south Snohomish County adjacent to Koll's North Creek I I I 'I I I i I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I Business Park. The project will include 700,000 square feet of individual, office and commerical uses. Traffic forecasts were prepared for 1995 and 2000. Olympic Hotel Renovation and Expansion - The Richardson Associates TRANS PO prepared a traffic impact analysis for the renovation of the Olympic Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Seattle, including a new 635,000- square-foot office/hotel building. VIPS Restaurant and Motel - VIPS Restaurant, Inc. Traffic impacts for a 113-unit motel in Tukwila, Washington, were analyzed. Truly Development - City of Bothell An analysis and refinement of transportation mitigation measures was prepared for the proposed Truly Oevelopment. The analysis consisted of a series of six technical memoranda focusing on various aspects of traffic circulation in and around the Bothell Central Business District. V. SCHEDULE AND BUDGET SHAPIRO & ASS<D::m I I I II I I I I I I I I I 'I II I I I I I I I I REFERENCES Environmental Impact Assessment/Planning David Feltman King County Building and Land Development Seattle, WA (206) 344-5299 Dan Wollam Executive Assistant to the President Seattle Pacific Universi ty Seattle, WA (206) 344-5299 Brice Martin Washington State Boundary Review Board Seattle, WA (206) 344-4196 Natural Resources/Planning Dr. Steven Dice, Chief Environmental Resources Division u.S. Army Corps of Engineers Seattle, WA (206) 764-3624 Dyanne Sheldon King County Building and Land Development Seattle, WA (206) 344-5286 Tom Nieman Snohomish County Department of Planning and Community Development Everett, WA (206) 259-9313 f. II I I I I ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I v. SCHEDULE AND BUDGET SCHEOULE The SHAPIRO team is committed to the timely completion of the Supplemental EIS. Our schedule is shown in Table 1. In developing this schedule, we have emphasized a realistic timeframe based on Quadrant's and the City of Bothell's requirements and our past experience. We have examined the work load of our assigned personnel and are confident that we will meet the proposal schedule. We will immediately begin work on the Supplemental EIS after receiving the notice to proceed. A majority of the text and analysis will be completed during the scoping process. We will work closely with the City of Bothell in defining elements with significant impacts, thereby reducing the need for revision to the work plan. Should new issues arise as a result of scoping, SHAPIRO's interdisciplinary team is prepared to complete any additional work within the same schedule. The preliminary Draft Supplemental EIS that we submit to the City of Bothell will provide SHAPIRO's typical thorough analysis and thereby reduce the need for revisions to the final draft. This approach has been used in the past (the Bloomberg Reservoir project for the City of Bothell) to avoid delay during the environmental and permitting processes. . We feel confident that we will meet our proposed SChedule providing Quadrant and the City review periods are as anticipated, that all detailed project data are available on the start date (most material is already in our office), and that the proposed action does not change significantly during preparation of the Supplemental EIS. Table 1 SCHEDULE Task 1. Issue scoping notice/letters 2. Notice to proceed 3. Close of mandatory 21-day scoping 4. Preparation of preliminary Draft Supplemental EIS (after conclusion of scoping) 5. Review by Quadrant/City of Bothell 6. Revisions by consultant 7. Final review by Quadrant/City of Bothell 8. Print and issue Draft Supplemental EIS 9. Draft Supplemental EIS circulation period 10. Final Supplemental EIS issued Estimated Completion Date August 11 August 18 September 2 September 5 September 9 September 11 September 12 September 15 October 15 October 24 In the event that Quadrant or the City of Bothell desire to alter the schedule, we are flexible in being able to assign personnel to accommodate the changes. I I I II I I I I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I BUDGET Table 2 presents SHAPIRO's fee estimate for direct labor and expenses for the Supplemental EIS project. Our fee estimate is based on the scope of work in Section II, and assumes much of the data are currently available. We would be glad to discuss the budget estimate and to refine it if a level of detail is required that is different than we have offered here. As indicated in the scope of work, earth, air, water, plants and animals, energy, noise, light and glare, historic/cultural preservation, and agricultural crops will not be addressed unless identified as an area of environmental concern during the scoping process. We will bill on a time and materials basis against a maximum "not to exceed" figure, which will be based on our specified scope of work. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Table 2 SUPPLEMENTAL EIS BUOGET ESTIMATE Hours TASK A - DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL EIS PREPARATION I Fact Sheet, Introduction, Table of Contents, 2 List of Tables/Figures, Recipients, References 1. Summary 5 II. Description of the Proposed Action and 8 Al terna tives III. Affected Environment, Significant Impacts, Mitigating Measures, Unavoidable Adverse Impacts A. List of Elements of the Environment B. Natural Environment 1. Earth/soils - N/A 2. Air Quality - N/A 3. Water - N/A 4. Plants and Animals - N/A 5. Energy - N/A C. Built Environment 1. Environmental Health (Noise) - N/A * 2. Land Use a. Plans and Policies 24 b. Aesthetics 8 c. Pervious Surfaces 16 d. Population and Housing, Light and Glare, Historic/Cultural Preservation, Recreation, Agricultural Crops - N/A 3. Transportation (incorporate report) 12 4. Public Services and Utilities 24 5. Economi cs 12 Word Processing, Graphics, Clerical 84 TOTAL TASK A Dollars 60 160 240 960 240 640 360 720 1; 480 2,520 $6,380 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Hours TASK B - MEETINGS/MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION/REVIEW Management Administration Meetings with Client, Agency, Subconsultants (Principal-in-Charge) (Project Manager) Meetings with Staff Review (Principal-in-Charge) (Project Manager) TOTAL TASK B TASK C - DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL EIS EXPENSES Xerox Misc.: Phone, postage, etc. Mi 1 eage Printing draft review, 4 copies x 2 TOTAL TASK C TASK D - SUBCONSULTANTS Transpo., (transportation) TOTAL TASK D TASK E - FINAL SUPPLEMENTAL EIS PREPARATION Scope and Format ;< Response to comments (6 letters @ 3 hrs each), -and text revisions/updates Management Review Word processing, graphics, clerical TOTAL TASK E TASK F - FINAL SUPPLEMENTAL EIS EXPENSES / lASK G - PRIN~ ,/ . ~assumeS~~g~Draft~page Fina~) TOTAL TASK G Dollars 12 510 2 110 4 220 12 480 4 120 8 440 [ If 12 480 I $2,360 $250 -~ G,400 " '-.-', ') 4 160 34 1,120 ,\(-:- 6 270 12 540/ 30 860 $2,950 $100 $600 I I I I I ,I I I II ,I il 'I I I I I I I I I I SUMMARY Task A - Draft Supplemental EIS Preparation Task B - Meetings/Mgt./Admin./Review Task C - Draft Supplemental EIS Expenses Task D - Subconsultants Task E - Final Supplemental EIS Preparation Task F - Final Supplemental EIS Expenses Task G - Printing 6,380 2,360 250 4,440 2,950 100 600 / TOTAL $17,040 V *Should additional air quality information be required as a result of additional traffic information, the cost would not exceed $1,000 and could be completed within two days.