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TESLA

MASTER PLAN

SUMMER 2016

WARM SPRINGS/
SOUTH FREMONT
COMMUNITY PLAN

TESLA

MASTER PLAN

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
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1.1 Site Context & Warm Springs/South Fremont Community Plan Overview

1.2 Existin

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onditions & Opportunities

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Master Plan Vision & Principles

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3 .2 Site Plan Level 2

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4 .0 FACTORY

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4.2 Factory Area per User Group Level 2

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Employee Count

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1 .0 INTRODU CTION
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TESLA
In

t e

st ve ic e ro ed o t e

ener

Assembly line of what was then the New United


Motor Manufacturing, Inc. ( NUMMI) marking

TESLA

the closing of what was one of the single larg-

Master Plan

est employers of Fremont.

Focused strategies for the development of Tesla.


Enhances and builds upon the City Council s vision and the WS/SF CP s principles.
ns or eetin t e it s desire or t e re to e t e Industri
nd Rese rc
eve o ment/Advanced Manufacturing Hub of the Warm Springs / South Fremont Community Plan.

J ust a few months later a new chapter in the


development of the Southwestern Planning
Area 6 site of the Warm Springs / South
Fremont Community Plan ( WS/SF CP) began as
Tesla Motors acq uired the site.
This Tesla Motors Master Plan serves as Tesla s
ster

ic tion to t e cit o Fre ont

APPLIES EX CLU SIV ELY


TO TH E W ARM
SPRING S INNOV ATION
DISTRICT

Warm Springs/
South
Fremont
Community
Plan

Vision for the future of the WS/SF CP.


Comprehensive long-term planning document for the 879 acre Warm Springs/South Fremont
Area.

It sets forth the development framework to


guide future growth within the Tesla Motors
site inside Planning Area 6 ( and possibly Area 4

Warm Springs/
Innov tion
( WSI)
District
Ordinance

with the purchase of the Lennar Parcel) of the


WS/SF CP.
The Tesla Motors Master Plan works with

onin t nd rds or i
e entin t e
F
ivided into
nnin re s or uture nd continued deve o
es is ri ri
it in re
ut so
otenti
ve
future point) .

several other policy documents such as the


F

nd

rin s

Innov tion

District Ordinance. Combined these documents


work in unison under the greater planning
context of the Fremont General Plan.
This Master Plan document is categoriz ed
under ve

in sections
Introduction
ite

3 . Factory
r ns ort tion
istoric
4

onte t

APPLIES TO TH E ENTIRE
CITY OF FREMONT

Fremont
General Plan

Long range comprehensive plan for the City of Fremont.

ent
cres

it in re

1 .1

SITE CONTEX T

&

S/ SFCP OV ERV IEW

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SITE CONTEXT
The Tesla Motors Master Plan is primarily
located within the Southwestern Planning
AREA
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Area 6 of the Warm Springs/SF Community


n

it

sout ern

otenti

cres in t e

ost ortion o

re

uture

date.
Surrounding and within the larger WS/SF CP
site re e istin industri

re ouse uses

industrial companies, and large vacant


parcels with planned developments
su

ortin t e vision nd t r et o s o t e

WS/SF CP and of the Fremont General Plan.


Located in ( two) of 10 planning areas within
the WS/SF CP, Tesla Motors is
ro i
connected

te

cres tot

nd is

circu tion rteri s suc

Fremont Boulevard and Warren Avenue to


adjacent Interstates 880 and 680. It is also
located nearby to the new Warm
rin s out Fre ont

R st tion

WARM SPRINGS/SOUTH FREMONT AREA


CITY OF FREMONT CITY LIMITS

TESLA

MOTORS

PLANNING AREA 6 BOUNDARY


SITE CONTEXT DIAGRAM

*If Controled by Tesla - Currently not part of Tesla

1 .2

EX ISTING

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ster

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ision nd rinci es o t e
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cre site nd sets ort

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OPPORTU NITIES

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ortunities v i

CONDITIONS &

it t e e istin
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e ro t

VISION
Teslas mission is to accelerate the
worlds transition to EV transportation.
Building the infrastructure necessary to
accomplish its Mission
Economic Sustainability
Environmental Sustainability
Job Retention & Creation

PRINCIPLES

Innovation Manufacturing Hub


Focused Production Intensity
Ease of Movement & Circulation
Ecological Health and
Sustainability

ui din u on t e it
vision nd t e

ounci s ori in

s rinci es t e vision

for Tesla in this Master Plan is to create the


r

e or

success u
rin s

nd uidin
ro t o

rinci es to t e
es

it in t e

out Fre ont o

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cit o Fre ont


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AREAS OF GROWTH OPPORTUNITY


ortunit

site re de ned

o t e site

it in t e e istin
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sic

ound r

in t e vision nd

principles of the WS / SFCP to these


opportunity areas a successful master plan is
cre ted
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ontro ed

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urrent not

rt o

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SITE OPPORTUNITIES DIAGRAM

1 .3

TESLA

MASTER PLAN V ISION &

PRINCIPLES

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VISION & PRINCIPLES


The long term strategic growth of Tesla
Motors is to meet the future growth needs
to re

in

e co

etitive

er in t e

auto manufacturing industry.

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With this vision in mind, and the key guiding


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following infrastructure upgrades have been


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de ned to ensure t e success u

Innov tion istrict


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Tesla Motors as the leader within this

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principles that have been put together the

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TOTAL

Sq . Ft . o
716,000 S.F.
640,000 S.F.
3 44,000 S.F.
173 ,200 S.F.
756,000 S.F.
43 0,000 S.F.
516,000 S.F.
118,000 S.F.
123 ,400 S.F.
148,000 S.F.
914,000 S.F.
40,000 S.F.
4,600,600 S.F.

e re

u ti stor

*If Controled by Tesla - Currently not part of Tesla

BOUNDARY LINE

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MOTORS FUTURE GROWTH

PLANNED GROWTH DIAGRAM

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2.0 HISTORICAL CONTEXT

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The Tesla plant is extremely unusual among


Fremonts current or potential historic
resources in that it continues to function in the
same activity for which it appears to be
signicant as an automobile manufacturing
plant. Moreover, as has always been the case,
its manufacturing activity is subject to changes
for technological and other reasons in order to
run eciently.

ca 1964

Michael Corbett has written an overview


document, Fremont Automobile Plan Summary
Evaluation and Treatment Recommendations,
which outlines the historical guidelines and
principals which will serve as a guiding
document for Teslas future development.
Tesla has also commissioned Page & Turnbull to
prepare a Parks and Recreation Historical
Technical Report, which documents the past
development of the Tesla property and records
that information in standard Department of
Parks and Recreation (DPR) format.

ca 1962

ca 2013

ca 1960s

ca 1960s

ca 2014

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ca 1964

ca 1961

ca 1960s

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ca 1960s

ca 1960s

3 .1

SITE &

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FLOOR PLAN LEV EL 1

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e current rst oor

round eve

oor o t e

Tesla Motors site is composed of nearly


Fo

ui din

re on

SF site. This yields an FAR of 0.43 ( 43 % ) .


s de ned under t e
F ctor c n e

t e es

nd to n un i ited F R iven

it s c ose ro i it to t e uture
nd

R st tion

nd use desi n tion

SITE LOCATION - NOT TO SCALE

BOUNDARY LINE
nder

nnin

onstruction

*If Controled by Tesla - Currently not part of Tesla

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EXISTING GROUND FLOOR SITE PLAN

3 .2 SITE &

FLOOR PLAN LEV EL 2


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A few buildings on the Tesla Motors site


cont in second oors

ui din s suc

st e

Main Assembly building, Admin building,


North and South Paint, Stamping, and
stics center cont in
inte r

second oor

to t e rocess nd unction o e c

space. Some of these second levels are


connected to each other via trestles which
in some cases convey vehicle bodies from
one s

ce to not er durin t e roduction

process. Although the trestles are not

inc uded in t e F R c cu tions t e

re

integral to the development of the plant.


e second oor to t ese rocedur
critic

ui din s is i

er tive nd oin

forward as new buildings are designed a


second oor or i
t es

er

ou d e uti i ed in

nner s t e e istin

to id in t e roduction o ne

ui din s
s

BOUNDARY LINE

EXISTING GROUND & SECOND FLOOR SITE PLAN

ove e
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conveyance trestle

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es o ve ic e

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4 .1

FACTORY

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orit o t e rst eve o t e site is


ctor use

re ousin
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AREA PER U SER G ROU P LEV EL 1

ic inc udes so e

nd ot er nci

r uses

i ustr tes t e rst eve o t e

site ro en do n

Le v e l 1 ( Es tim a t e Sq . Ft )
Admin
Factory
re ouse
nder nnin onst
Open but Covered
To t a l Ar e a ( En c l o s e d )

use

58,027
3 ,3 45,164
28,000
13 0,218
= + / - 3 , 5 61 , 4 09

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FACTORY

AREA PER U SER G ROU P LEV EL 2

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Similar to level 1, the second level ( level 2) of


the Tesla Site is primarily used for factory use.
The table below illustrates the second level of
the Tesla Site broken down by use:

Le v e l 2 ( Es tim a t e Sq . Ft ) :
Admin
Factory
To t a l Ar e a ( En c l o s e d )

53 ,93 4
968,489
= + / - 1 , 02 2 , 4 2 3

Combined, levels 1 and 2 account for


approximately 4.5 million sq uare feet of built
area.

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Level 2 Area by Use

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4. 3 E M P L O Y E E C O U N T

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Today the Tesla Fremont factory operates two


shifts with a combined estimated headcount of
over 6,000 employees.
The table below illustrates the breakdown on a
per-shift basis and by Administration and
Factory groups.

Item

Factory
Admin Building 1st Floor
Admin Building 2nd Floor
Total

Day Shift (6:00-16:00)


2,980
598
602
4,180

Night Shift (19:00-5:00)


2,030
0
0
2,030

*Between Day Shift and Night Shift minimum sta is maintained to allow for the shift change.

Admin
2nd Floor

Admin
1st Floor

SITE LOCATION - NOT TO SCALE

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5 .1 PU B LIC TRANSIT PICK - U P


Ma i n Pa r k i n g :

es

1. Main Fremont Factory Parking


3 600 Spaces + 900 S. Lot

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Pu b l i c Tr a n s i t Pi c k - U p

otors is co

i ed to rovidin

working environment for its employees that


furthers their ability to achieve individual and
co ective success

rt o t is co

it ent

Tesla provides its employees with access to a

To t a l Pa r k i n g = 4 , 5 00 Sp a
Sh u ttl e Cr e d i t = 5 5 6 Pe o p
* Fu t u r e s h u ttl e s a r e b e i n
Em p l o y e e s B i k i n g t o W o r
* Ne w B a r t St a tio n Cr e d i t

c e s
le
g p l a n n e d ( 5 00) e s t .
k = 2 5 0
( 2 01 6) = EST 1 , 000

nu

er o sust in

to improve their commutes.


e in or

tion to t e e i ustr tes es

otor s continued co
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it ent to re c t is
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s o s t e v rious s u

Sh u ttl e Ro u t e

J u l y 2 01 5 Av e . Ri d e r s h i p

( Pe r Da y , On e W a y )

D eer C reek - E v el y n/ S u nny v al e F rem ont

151

S F to F rem ont

56

F rem ont to BAR T / AC E

297

S ou th Bay to F rem ont

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E astridge to F rem ont

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D u b l in / Pl easanton to F rem ont

T rac y to F rem ont

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TOTAL

556

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rt t tion s soon s t e

st tion is o er tion

I t e edestri n rid e

is completed there may be an opportunity for


employees to walk to the factory.

Proposed Employee Public Transit Pick-Up Route


Before Pedestrian Bridge
Proposed Employee Public Transit Pick-Up Route
After Pedestrian Bridge

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5 .2 K ATO RD./ FREMONT B LV D. CONCEPT


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5.4 BIKE PATH CONT.

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KATO RD.

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REDUCED EASEMENT #1
11-0 **

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BLVD

AREA OF REDUCED EASEMENT.


*START FROM EDGE OF EXISTING KATO ROAD.
**REDUCED EASEMENT START FROM EDGE OF EXISTING KATO ROAD TO
FENCE.

I880 N ON RAMP

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5.5 BIKE PATH CONT.

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KATO RD.

BIKE PATH EASEMENT (ACTUAL CONFIGURATION TO BE DETERMINED LATER)

AREA OF REDUCED EASEMENT.


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**REDUCED EASEMENT START FROM EDGE OF EXISTING KATO ROAD TO
FENCE.

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**END OF BIKE EASEMENT.
FUTURE BRIDGE OVER I-880 BY OTHERS.
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Future Revised Intersection


Proposed Employee Public Transit Pick-Up Route
Before Pedestrian Bridge
Proposed Employee Pedestrian Route
After Pedestrian Bridge

Bike/Pedestrian Lane
Boundary Line

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Areas of Future Growth

TESLA

Future Growth

Private Open/Green Space


*If Controled by Tesla - Currently not part of Tesla

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