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20200809 Case Residence Application ENGINEERING AMERICA CO . 76 WASHINGTON ST . SARATOGA SPRINGS , NY 1 2 8 6 6 5 1 8 / 5 8 7 - 1 3 4 0 5 1 8 / 5 8 0 - 9 7 8 3 ( FAX ) TRANSMITTAL SHEET TO: FROM: Design Review Commission Tonya Yasenchak COMPANY: DATE: City of Saratoga Springs NOVEMBER 2,2020 FAX NUMBER: TOTAL NO.OF PAGES INCLUDING COVER: 1 DRC Application&$ 50 application fee PHONE NUMBER: SENDER'S REFERENCE NUMBER: RE: YOUR REFERENCE NUMBER: Helen Case,LLC # 65 Phila St.,Saratoga Springs 0 URGENT Q FOR REVIEW 0 PLEASE COMMENT 0 PLEASE REPLY 0 AS REQUESTED Dear Design Review Commission: Engineering America Co. respectfully submits the attached DRC application for review of the proposed demolition of the existing (2) family structure at#65 Phila St. as required by Court order. We respectfully request to be placed on the next November 18 agenda for review. We thank you for your time and consideration. Please contact my office with any questions or if additional information is required. Thank you for your time and cooperation. Tonya Yasenchak,PE Enc. E TOGA ����� ���n���� �momu �� CITY OF SARATOGA��V—��n�~°w DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION � ��� (Applicati« #) * ��r ChyH�| -474Broadway ' -��s� � Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 � -» Tel:5|8 �8z35�Ox`|S fax:5|858O948V ~°^`� �' ' ' (Date received) vm^*vs^natoga.spr'ngs.o,g ARCHITECTURAL / HISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION APPL|CANT(S)* [)YVNEKS) (If not ATTORNEY/AGENT Name Helen Case, LLC TonyaYeoanchak. PE (agent) Address p.D. Box 174 Engineering America Co. Saratoga Springs, NY 12886 76 Washington St., Saratoga, NY Phone 518/B58'1011 / / 518/587-1340/ Email hoimpaon1O@gmai|.com tonyay©nyoap.moom Identify primary contact person: 0 Applicant 0 Owner ElAtturnev/Apen1 *An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Applicant's interest in premises: IM Owner 0 Lessee 0 Under option to lease or purchase PROPERTY INFORMATION 65 Phila St165 68 1 21 Property Address/Location: Tax Parcel #: (for example: /6I5Z-4—J/) UR-4 Current Zoning District: Property use: M Residential 0 Non-residential/mixed-use Type of Review: 0 Architectural Historic 0 Extension/modification (of current approval) Summary description of proposed action: Demolition of Existing Two Family Residence and Construction of New Single Family Residence (unknown) Has a previous application been filed with the [}RC for this property? 0 No M Yes—date(s)? -App. No.(s)? Revised 01/2019 APPLICATION FEE (payable to "Commissioner of Finance"): Residential Structures (principal, accessory) $50 Non-residential / mixed-use structures (principal) $500 Residential approval- extension/mod $50 Non-residential signs,awnings, accessory structures $125 Non-residential mixed-use sketch $150 Non-residential approval-extension/mod $125 Demolition $350 **A "complete" application consists of 1 hard copy(original) ,and I electronic copy of application &ALL other materials as required below: New Construction/Additions ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and adjacent properties ❑ Site plan,drawn to scale,showing existing&proposed construction, property lines&dimensions, required&proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features(fences, walks,trees, etc.);on no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Elevation drawings showing design of all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors, materials, lighting(fixture &lamp type, wattage), etc.- include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible E l Floor plans for proposed structure; on sheet no larger than 2'x3'—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Change in exterior building materials (windows, doors, roof, siding, etc.), or color (in non-residential districts only) El Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and that illustrate affected features ❑ Elevation drawings showing all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors, materials, lighting (fixture&lamp type, wattage), etc.-include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Within front yard setbacks in Historic Districts only (Front setbacks:UR-I &INST-HTR=30';UR-4=25';UR-2,UR-3&NCUD-I=10') - Installation, removal or change in material of drive- and walkways - Installation or removal of architectural, sculptural or vegetative screening over 3'in height - Installation of accessory utility structures or radio/satellite transmission/reception devices (more than 2' diameter) For any of above: ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent properties El Site plan showing existing&proposed construction: include property lines&dimensions, required &proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features (fences, walks,trees, etc.) street names, compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Product literature, specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Signage/Awnings E l Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and adjacent properties ❑ Plan showing location of proposed sign/awning structure on building/premises: no larger than I I"x17" El Scaled illustration of proposed sign/awning structure and lettering(front view&profile): include all dimensions of structure;type, dimensions and style of lettering or logo;description of colors, materials, mounting method and hardware E l Descriptions, specifications of proposed lighting including fixture&lamp type,wattage, mounting method,and location El Product literature, specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Demolition ® Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures, and of adjacent properties 8 Site plan showing existing and any proposed structures - include dimensions, setbacks,street names, compass bearing,and scale Written description of reasons for demolition and,in addition: 8 For structures of"architectural/historical significance", demonstrate "good cause" why structure cannot be preserved For structures in an architectural district that might be eligible for listing on National Register of Historic Places, or for a "contributing"structure in a National Register district (contact City staff), provide plans for site development following demolition- include a timetable and letter of credit for project completion Telecommunication facilities El Color photographs showing site/existing structures, and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing and proposed structures: include dimensions,setbacks,street names, compass bearing, and scale ❑ Scaled illustration of proposed structures: include all dimensions; colors, materials, lighting, mounting details ❑ Consult Article 240-12.22 of the City's Zoning Ordinance and City staff to ensure compliance with requirements for visual impact assessment and existing and proposed vegetative screening Revised 01/2019 Request for extension of current approval Cl Identify date of original DRC approval: Current expiration date: Org.App. No. ❑ Describe why this extension is necessary and whether any significant changes have occurred either on the site or in the neighborhood. SEQR Environmental Assessment Form 8 Applicants proposing the following must complete "Part I"of the SEQR Short Environmental Assessment Form(available here: http://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/permits eLoperations_pdf/seafpartone.pdf): - Construction or expansion of a multi-family residential structure (4 units +) - Construction or expansion (exceeding 4,000 sq.ft.gross floor area) of a principal or accessory non-residential structure -Telecommunications facility, radio antennae, satellite dishes - Demolition Disclosure Does any City officer, employee or family member thereof have a financial interest (as defined by General Municipal Law Section 809) in this application? IN No ❑Yes - If yes, a statement disclosing the name, residence, nature, and extent of this interest must be filed with this application. Certification I/we, the property owner(s), or purchaser(s)/lessee(s) under contract, of the land in question, hereby request an appearance before the Design Review Commission. By the signature(s) attached hereto, I/we certify that the information provided within this application and accompanying documentation is, to the best of my/our knowledge, true and accurate. I/we further understand that intentionally providing false or misleading information is grounds for immediate denial of this application. I/we hereby authorize the members of the Design Review Commission and designated City staff to enter the property associated with this application for purposes of conducting any necessary site inspections relating to this application. Furthermore, I/we agree t• ""-et all requirements under Article VII for Historic Review or Article VIII for Architectural Review of the Zoning Coy e • the City of Saratoga Springs. C�✓�ititr� �� — Date: (( 2—/20 (applicant signature) Date: (applicant signature) If applicant is not the currently the owner of the property, the current owner must also sign. Owner Signature: Date: Owner Signature: Date: Revised 01/2019 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY This application has been reviewed by the Zoning Enforcement Officer and is being forwarded to the Commission. Signature: Date: Additional Comments: Revised 01/2019 Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 1 -Project Information Instructions for Completing Part 1—Project Information. The applicant or project sponsor is responsible for the completion of Part 1. Responses become part of the application for approval or funding, are subject to public review,and may be subject to further verification. Complete Part 1 based on information currently available. If additional research or investigation would be needed to fully respond to any item, please answer as thoroughly as possible based on current information. Complete all items in Part 1. You may also provide any additional information which you believe will be needed by or useful to the lead agency; attach additional pages as necessary to supplement any item. Part 1—Project and Sponsor Information Name of Action or Project: 65 Phila St.-Demolition&New Construction Project Location(describe,and attach a location map): 65 Phila St.-Third lot on the Left(North)side of Phila St.from the intersection of Henry St. Brief Description of Proposed Action: Demolition of existing two family residence. Construciton of new single family residence Name of Applicant or Sponsor: Telephone: Case H.Simpson&Helen Chelstowski E-Mail: HSimpson10@gmail.com Address: P.O.Box 174 City/PO: State: Zip Code: Saratoga Springs New York 12866 1. Does the proposed action only involve the legislative adoption of a plan, local law, ordinance, NO YES administrative rule, or regulation? If Yes, attach a narrative description of the intent of the proposed action and the environmental resources that may be affected in the municipality and proceed to Part 2. If no,continue to question 2. Iv 2. Does the proposed action require a permit, approval or funding from any other government Agency? NO YES If Yes, list agency(s)name and permit or approval:City of Saratoga Springs Zoning Board of Appeals&Building Dept. n 3. a.Total acreage of the site of the proposed action? 0.12 acres b. Total acreage to be physically disturbed? 0.1 acres c. Total acreage (project site and any contiguous properties)owned or controlled by the applicant or project sponsor? 0.24 acres 4. Check all land uses that occur on,are adjoining or near the proposed action: 5. m Urban ❑ Rural(non-agriculture) ❑ Industrial ❑ Commercial 7 Residential (suburban) ❑ Forest ❑ Agriculture ❑ Aquatic ❑ Other(Specify): ❑ Parkland Page 1 of 3 5. Is the proposed action, NO YES N/A a. A permitted use under the zoning regulations? ✓ b. Consistent with the adopted comprehensive plan? ❑ I v I- NO YES 6. Is the proposed action consistent with the predominant character of the existing built or natural landscape? ly 7. Is the site of the proposed action located in, or does it adjoin,a state listed Critical Environmental Area? NO YES If Yes, identify: ✓ NO YES 8. a. Will the proposed action result in a substantial increase in traffic above present levels? ❑ I� . b. Are public transportation services available at or near the site of the proposed action? c. Are any pedestrian accommodations or bicycle routes available on or near the site of the proposed l,/— ✓ action? 9. Does the proposed action meet or exceed the state energy code requirements? NO YES If the proposed action will exceed requirements, describe design features and technologies: Any new construction is required to be compliant with the Energy Conservation Code of NYS. Insulation materials,windows and I v doors will be compliant with the ECC and reviewed with a RES Check Energy Analysis. I• 10. Will the proposed action connect to an existing public/private water supply? NO YES If No,describe method for providing potable water: 11. Will the proposed action connect to existing wastewater utilities? NO YES If No,describe method for providing wastewater treatment: L C 12. a.Does the project site contain,or is it substantially contiguous to, a building, archaeological site,or district NO YES which is listed on the National or State Register of Historic Places, or that has been determined by the — Commissioner of the NYS Office of Parks,Recreation and Historic Preservation to be eligible for listing on the ✓ State Register of Historic Places? b. Is the project site,or any portion of it, located in or adjacent to an area designated as sensitive for archaeological sites on the NY State Historic Preservation Office(SHPO)archaeological site inventory? 13. a. Does any portion of the site of the proposed action, or lands adjoining the proposed action,contain NO YES wetlands or other waterbodies regulated by a federal,state or local agency? ✓ r' b. Would the proposed action physically alter, or encroach into, any existing wetland or waterbody? 17 — If Yes, identify the wetland or waterbody and extent of alterations in square feet or acres: Page 2 of 3 14. Identify the typical habitat types that occur on, or are likely to be found on the project site. Check all that apply: ❑Shoreline IT Forest ❑Agricultural/grasslands ❑ Early mid-successional ❑Wetland ® Urban ❑ Suburban 15. Does the site of the proposed action contain any species of animal,or associated habitats, listed by the State or NO YES Federal government as threatened or endangered? 7u 16. Is the project site located in the 100-year flood plan? NO YES C C 17. Will the proposed action create storm water discharge, either from point or non-point sources? NO YES If Yes, I Y I a. Will storm water discharges flow to adjacent properties? 7 I- b. Will storm water discharges be directed to established conveyance systems(runoff and storm drains)? 7 I If Yes,briefly describe: 18. Does the proposed action include construction or other activities that would result in the impoundment of water NO YES or other liquids(e.g.,retention pond,waste lagoon, dam)? If Yes,explain the purpose and size of the impoundment: I 19. Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the location of an active or closed solid waste _NO YES management facility? If Yes, describe: _ 20.Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the subject of remediation(ongoing or NO YES completed) for hazardous waste? If Yes, describe: // A remediation site locted at 53 Putnam St.is within the referenced neighborhood area for the 65 Phila St.project. Although due to Y the distance,the project site is not effected. 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Refer to EAF Workbook. Part 1 / Question 20 [Remediation Site] Yes Short Environmental Assessment Form - EAF Mapper Summary Report l Environmental Site Remediation Database Search https://www.dec.ny.gov/cfmx/extapps/derexternal/haz!details.cfm NEW YORK Department of erfi STATE RTUEnvironmental Conservation Environmental Site Remediation Database Search Details Site Record Document Repository Site-related documents are available for review through the DECInfo Locator on line at DECInfoLocator Administrative Information Site Name: 53 Putnam Street Site Code: C546057 Program: Brownfield Cleanup Program Classification: A EPA ID Number: Location DEC Region: 5 Address: 53 Putnam Street City:Saratoga Springs Zip: 12866 County:Saratoga Latitude: 43.081111111 Longitude: -73.784461111 Site Type: Estimated Size: 0.3 Acres Site Owner(s) and Operator(s) Current Owner Name: 53 Putnam Street Inc. Current Owner(s) Address: 159 Fifth Avenue Saratoga Springs,NY, 12866 Site Document Repository Name: Saratoga Springs Public Library Address: 49 Henry Street Saratoga Springs,NY 12866 Site Description Location: The 53 Putnam Street site is located in an urban area along the west side of Putnam 1 of 5 11/2/2020, 1:19 PM Environmental Site Remediation Database Search https://www.dec.ny.gov/cfmx/extapps/derexternal/hazldetails.cfm Street within the Business District of the City of Saratoga Springs, New York. The site is north of the intersection of Putnam and Phila Streets and south of the intersection of Putnam and Gardner Streets. Site Features: The approximate 0.3 acre property is open land consisting of a combination of gravel and crushed concrete and part of a crumbling concrete pad. Current Zoning and Land Use: The site is zoned for commercial use and residential accessory use (with City approval), and is currently inactive and vacant. The surrounding parcels are currently used for commercial use and may potentially provide residential accessory use according to zoning. The nearest residential neighborhood is approximately 400 feet to the east of the site. Past Use of the Site: The former one-story, concrete block, slab-on-grade building was constructed in 1905. The property was initially used as an ice skating rink during the winter months and a garage during the summer. The property is listed in the 1925 City Directory as doing business as a 6Steam Laundry. The 1932 City Directory and the Sanborn Map list the site again as Laundry. The 1954 Sanborn Map of the area lists the site as a Laundry/Dry Cleaners. The City Directory listings indicate that the site was vacant or not listed between the late 19606s to 1986. In 1986 C&B Sanitation used the site as a parking garage for waste hauling vehicles, however, it is assumed that the site has been vacant since truck storage operations ceased on or about the early 2000Ls. According to the Sanborn Maps for the location, several underground petroleum storage tanks were shown to be present on the property. In 2002 a former 10,000 gallon No. 6 fuel oil UST was removed from the area immediately west of the building. Approximately 173 tons of petroleum impacted soil was removed from the vicinity of the former fuel oil tank in March 2002. NYSDEC spill #0109572 was issued in association with the aforementioned tank removal and documented soil impacts. Site Geology and Hydrogeology: The site is covered by a layer of fill material ranging from approximately eight (8) to twelve (12) feet thick. The fill generally consists of coarse-medium-fine sand with varying amounts of silt and gravel. The fill also contains brick, cinders and slag. Beneath the fill is soil consisting primarily of course-medium-fine sand with varying amounts of gravel, silt and clay. Layers of organic peat ranging in thickness from less than one (1) inch to as much as two (2) feet are present in the sand. The depth to groundwater ranges from approximately six (6) to nine (9) feet below the current floor and approximately eight (8) to ten (10) feet below grade surface to the west of the building footprint. Groundwater flow in the vicinity of the building is to the south, east and southeast; however the variability of the groundwater measurements suggests that flow directions on a localized scale may vary depending on seasonal fluctuations and control exerted by subsurface structures and conditions. Contaminants of Concern (Including Materials Disposed) Contaminant Name/Type DDT dibenz[a,h]anthracene 2 of 5 11/2/2020, 1:19 PM Environmental Site Remediation Database Search https://www.dec.ny.gov/cfmx/extapps/derexternal/haz/details.cfm ethylbenzene toluene vinyl chloride benzo(a)pyrene DDE tetrachloroethane xylene (mixed) benzene benzo(b)fluoranthene chrysene Perfluorooctane Sulfonic Acid benzo(a)anthracene indeno(1,2,3-CD)pyrene mercury 1,1,1-trichloroethane benzo(k)fluoranthene cis-1,2-dichloroethene perfluorooctanoic acid trans-1,2-dichloroethene trichloroethene (TCE) lead naphthalene Site Environmental Assessment Nature and Extent of Contamination: For OU 1: On-Site Soil and groundwater were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (VOCs), semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs), metals, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), pesticides, and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Based upon investigations conducted to date, the primary contaminants of concern (COCs) for OU 1 include petroleum-related VOCs: benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene and xylenes; chlorinated VOCs: cis-1,2-dichloroethene(cis-1,2-DCE), tetrachloroethene (PCE), trans-1,2-dichloroethene, trichloroethylene (TCE), 1,1,1-trichloroethane and vinyl chloride; SVOCs: benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(b,k)fluoranthene, chrysene, indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene, dibenzo(a,h)anthracene, and naphthalene; metals: mercury and lead; pesticide compounds: 4,4- DDT and 4,4-DDE; and PFAS: perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA). Soil- Metals and pesticide compounds are found in the shallow soils (0-2466 bgs) within the urban fill throughout the site. Petroleum-related VOCs are found at 10 to 25 feet (ft) below ground surface (bgs) in the west end of the site. Chlorinated VOCs are found at 10 to 15 ft bgs in the northeast end of the site. Concentrations of mercury found on site ranged from 0.18 ppm to 3.22 ppm with concentrations exceeding soil cleanup objectives for restricted residential (0.81 ppm). Concentrations of lead ranged from 67.4 ppm to 349 ppm with concentrations exceeding soil 3 of 5 11/2/2020, 1:19 PM Environmental Site Remediation Database Search https://www.dec.ny.gov/cfmx/extapps/derexternal/hazidetails.cfm cleanup objectives for protection of ecological resources (63 ppm), but below restricted residential (400 ppm). Pesticide concentrations ranged from 0.00363 ppm (4,4-DDT) to 0.0482 ppm (4,4-DDE) with concentrations exceeding soil cleanup objectives for protection of ecological resources (0.0033 ppm), but below restricted residential (7.9 ppm- 4,4-DDT, 8.9 ppm-4,4-DDE). Petroleum-related VOC concentrations range from 0.700 ppm (benzene) to 21 ppm (m/p-xylene) with concentrations exceeding protection of groundwater (0.06 ppm-benzene, 1.6 ppm-xylene), but below soil cleanup objectives for restricted residential (4.8 ppm-benzene, 100 ppm-xylene). However, free product indicative of#6 fuel oil is present in multiple soil borings within the west end of the site. Chlorinated VOCs were detected at concentrations ranging from 0.00019 ppm (PCE) to 22 ppm (cis-1,2-DCE) with concentrations exceeding protection of groundwater (0.25 ppm-cis-1,2-DCE) but below soil cleanup objectives for restricted residential (19 ppm-PCE, 100 ppm-cis-1,2-DCE). SVOC concentrations range from 0.82 ppm (dibenzo(a,h)anthracene) to 23 ppm (naphthalene). Off-site soil was analyzed for VOCs and SVOCs. Petroleum-related VOCs were not detected above soil cleanup objectives for unrestricted use. Chlorinated VOCs were not detected above soil cleanup objectives for unrestricted use. SVOCs were detected above soil cleanup objectives for unrestricted use and restricted residential use. Groundwater- Petroleum-related VOCs are present in groundwater at the west end of the site at concentrations greater than groundwater standards (typically 5 ppb), with a maximum concentration of 21 ppb (benzene). There are also monitoring wells indicating petroleum free product on the surface of groundwater. Chlorinated VOCs are present in groundwater at the east end of the site at concentrations greater than groundwater standards, with a maximum concentration of 1,000 ppb (cis-1,2-DCE). PFAS are present in groundwater throughout the site at concentrations greater than EPA4s health advisory for combined PFOS and PFOA (70 ppt), with a maximum combined concentration of 209.7 ppt (PFOS and PFOA) at the east end of the site. SVOCs are present in groundwater at the west end of the site at concentrations greater than groundwater standards (10 ppb naphthalene to 0.002 ppIN,chrysene), with a maximum concentration of 32 ppb for naphthalene and 1.1 ppb for chrysene. Chlorinated VOCs (PCE, vinyl chloride and cis-1,2-DCE) were detected in off-site monitoring wells north and east of the site at concentrations slightly greater than groundwater standards, with maximum concentrations of PCE at 5.1 ppb, vinyl chloride at 6.0 ppb and cis-1,2- DCE at 13 ppb. Soil Vapor- Benzene was detected at concentrations ranging from 0.847 to 4.15 micrograms per cubic meter. Toluene was detected at concentrations ranging from 0.874 to 2.43 micrograms per cubic meter. PCE was detected at concentrations ranging from 4.87 to 2,530 micrograms per cubic meter. ICE was detected at concentrations ranging from 1.42 to 206 micrograms per cubic meter. Cis-1 ,2-DCE was detected at concentrations ranging from 6.07 to 42.8 micrograms per cubic meter. 1,1,1-trichloroethane was detected at concentrations ranging from 2.72 to 84.6 micrograms per cubic meter. There is currently no data for off-site soil vapor impacts. 4 of 5 11/2/2020, 1:19 PM Environmental Site Remediation Database Search https://www.dec.ny.gov/cfmx/extapps/derexternal/haz/details.cfm Site Health Assessment The site is completely fenced, which restricts public access. However, persons who enter the site could contact contaminants in the soil by walking on the site, digging or otherwise disturbing the soil. People are not drinking the contaminated groundwater because the area is served by a public water supply that is not affected by this contamination. Volatile organic compounds may move into the soil vapor (air spaces within the soil), which in turn may move into nearby buildings and affect the indoor air quality. This process, which is similar to the movement of radon gas from the subsurface into the indoor air of buildings, is referred to as soil vapor intrusion. Because there is no onsite building, inhalation of site contaminants in indoor air due to soil vapor intrusion does not represent a concern for the site in its current condition. However, the potential exists for the inhalation of site contaminants due to soil vapor intrusion for any future onsite development. Additional investigation is necessary to determine if the potential exists for the indoor air impacts due to soil vapor intrusion in offsite structures. For more Information: E-mail Us Return To Results Refine This Search 5 of 5 11/2/2020. 1:19 PM �u�lllll\ SCHAFER ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES \Illll Engineering Consultants:Civil,Structural,Building Design,Highway,Water&Waste Systems,Site Development June 10, 2020 Helen Case,LLC P.O. Box 174 Saratoga Springs,NY 12866 Attn: Mr. Helen Simpson RE: Structural Observation & Evaluation of 65 Phila Street, Saratoga Springs NY Dear Helen: Per your request, Schafer Engineering Associates (SEA)has completed its structural observation(May 8, 2020) and evaluation of the residential building located at 65 Phila Street in Saratoga Springs NY. We understand that the purpose of our inspection and evaluation of this building is to evaluate its current structural condition, stability, and integrity for the purposes of determining the extent of repairs needed. The following summarizes our findings, evaluation, and professional opinion on this building. 65 PHILA STREET Construction: The overall building is made up of(2) parts; a 2-story main structure and 1-story addition. Both structures are wood-framed set on a laid mortar and stone foundation system (likely bearing directly below/on grade without a footing). The main structure also had an intermittent brick bearing wall located in the center of its basement. The main structure has a low-profiled hip metal roof system (with a decorative repeating cornice brackets), as well as, an ornamental wooden front porch system (posts, railing, stairs, decking, overhang) that also has a metal roof and pitches toward/off its front edges. The addition has a membrane covered low sloped roof, which short parapets on two sides, that pitches toward/off its rear edge. Both buildings are covered in wood lap siding/trim (except of the rear face of both structures, which were covered with painted plywood sheathing) and have multiple windows (although currently boarded) on all sides, along with some exterior doors. The buildings appear to be part of one residence containing multiple rooms, all of which have wooden planked floors and plaster/lath walls/ceilings. A single wooden stair accesses the 2nd floor. At the time of our inspection, there was no viable stair system that accessed the basement. Observations/Evaluation: Very severe deterioration (rot, cracking, blistering, checking, splitting, etc.) and collapse conditions were observed during SEA's site visit. The addition is in a heavily collapsed state and is structurally unstable. Continued deterioration and collapse are highly probably and would eventually lead to the collapse of its perimeter walls (potentially affecting nearby public accessways such as sidewalks/streets) and could further weaken the main structure due to its connection thereto. The main structure's front porch is also severely deteriorated and weathered, particularly its floor/roof framing, wood decking and supporting posts. The current posts are not adequately supporting the porch's existing roof system (a condition exasperated by the heavily deteriorated framing systems located at each end) and in danger of collapse. Should one or more of these posts collapse, the existing porch roof structure will likely fall toward and into the above-mentioned nearby public accessways. E:\Work\65-69 Phila Street Demolition\65 Phila Street Demolition Report 6-16-26.doc 1885 State Street • Schenectady,New York 12304 • PH: (518)393-0100 • FAX:(518)393-3510 16-18 Reynolds Avenue • Oneonta,New York I3820 • PH:(607)432-0200 • FAX:(518)393-3510 30 Industrial Drive • Northampton,Massachusetts 01060 • PH: (413)584-7444 • FAX:(518)393-3510 Page 2 June 10, 2020 65 Phila Street, Saratoga Springs NY Complete and direct visible access to the main structure's wall, 2nd floor and roof framing during SEA's observations were hindered by the presence of existing plaster/lath wall and ceiling finishes. However, there were numerous tell-tale signs that these supporting structural framing elements were also weathering and deteriorating (in varying degrees). Evidence of such weathering and deterioration was already relevant in 2001, when the rear wall of the main structure had reportedly been removed and replaced with a temporary wood- framed and plywood-sheathed wall. The main structure's existing roof system, particularly along the eaves and ridge, is heavily deteriorated and weathered, and in many areas has begun to sag, deflect and bend. The existing wood lap siding was also heavily weathered and showed excessive signs of blistering, separation, cracking and/or rotting, resulting in the allowance of the outside elements (i.e., rain, ice, cold, wind, etc.) to enter the building envelope and weather/deteriorate its supporting structural framing. Such evidence was noted at various interior locations (e.g., ceilings, walls) within the structure that exhibited water penetrating damages. Due to the damages noted, it should be anticipated that apart from the removal and replacement of all the main structure's finishes (roofing, siding, floor, wall and ceiling), there is a high probability that a large number of structural framing elements (studs,joists, rafters) will also need to be removed/replaced. Examination of the 1St floor framing (as observed from the basement) revealed that some of these members had cracked, checked, and weathered as well, although likely not to the same degree as the numerous framing members mentioned above. However, the 1st floor framing members bear on brick and laid stone foundation wall systems that are heavily deteriorated and, in at least one case, has collapsed and undermined. Signs of infiltrating waters through these walls was evident and where repairs (e.g., pointing, mortar patch) had been made, such repairs have not held. Much of the existing brick and stone foundation system will need to be repaired, likely not only from the interior, but exterior as well, involving extensive excavation. Ignoring such repairs will only allow further water infiltration to the interior creating moisture and additional/new damage to the wood superstructure. Professional Opinion: These structures are in serious various states of disrepair and has been recorded as such within reports dating back to 2003. The addition is structurally compromised and should be demolished in its entirety, as soon as possible. There is nothing of any potential within the addition worth saving and/or repairing. The main structure's porch system is also structurally compromised and should be demolished in its entirety, as soon as possible. Their proximity to public accessways presents a potential danger to the public. The main structure could not be as thoroughly observed due to existing wall and ceiling finishes, but also has severe structural issues. Much of the main structure will likely have to be removed and rebuilt to properly access foundation elements that will require significant attention. The cost for repairing the main structure will be significant, possibly even cost-prohibitive, particularly since the structure will need to be upgraded to meet today's stricter building code requirements. Please note that the above referenced site visit was based on visual observations. No testing of materials or systems were conducted in pursuit of this report. Should you have any questions regarding this report, please feel free to give me a call 518-393-0100. Sincerely, rSS0CIAT W. Schafer, P. . Principal ' Page 3 June 10, 2020 65 Phila Street, Saratoga Springs NY 65 PHILA STREET , . . ..., . - -- ::- ----- ----' ''` \I - z ---- . kN . -' ----7: ..Z• : . 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