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Report
03.15.2002
Winter Quarter Presentation
P U
acific
Architect (K.U.)
ADAM GUMOWSKI
Engineer (S.U.)
JASON
STONE
niversity
C.M. (S.U.)
BOB FARMAN
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rchitect
Adam Gumowski
ngineer
Jason Stone
onstruction Mngr.
Bob Farman
wner
Joel Villamil
Site Location
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Presidio National
Park
Of
San
Francisco
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Site Evaluation
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Surrounding Architecture
Historical Context
The Bay
as a gateway Sustainable Design
Soil Characteristics Foundation
Studies
Water Table Concerns
Dewatering Methods
Water
Protection Sustainable Materials
Site Accessibility
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Arch. Design #1
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S
ustainability
by
D
esign
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S ustainability
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by
D esign
• “green
architecture”
•based on the
functionality
and awareness
to efficiency
and
sustainability
• air circulation
and natural
ventilation
NS Section through West Wing
•natural
lighting and
light
modulation
throughout the
building
•natural
humidification
from the water
EW Section Through South Wing
Roof Plan
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Floor Plans
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Basement Floor Plan
Ground Floor Plan
Auditorium
Lg Classrooms
Sm.Classrooms
Chair’s Office
Mech. Room
Storage/Utility
Computer Room
Restrooms
Student Offices
Faculty Lounge
Secretaries
Tech. Support
Faculty Offices
Seminar Rooms
Instructional
Labs
Senior Admin.
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Floor Plans
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2nd Floor Plan
3rd Floor Plan
Auditorium
Lg Classrooms
Sm.Classrooms
Chair’s Office
Mech. Room
Storage/Utility
Computer Room
Restrooms
Student Offices
Faculty Lounge
Secretaries
Tech. Support
Faculty Offices
Seminar Rooms
Instructional
Labs
Senior Admin.
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Design Development
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Design Development
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Structural Design
Parameters
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Seismic Zone 4, 10 km from San Andreas
Soil Qb = 40 ft. of sand, Soil Type SE
Flood Resistance and Green Building Considerations
Dead loads:
– Slab, partitions, beams, columns, shear core, roofing system,
cladding
• Live loads per UBC 97
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Structural Solution #1 – Dual System
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Base Shear = 268k
Overturning moment
= 4700 k*ft
SMRF beams: 14x16”
First Floor
SMRF columns:
14”x14”
Gravity columns:
12”x12”
Third Floor
12” Shear Walls
8” Flat Slab
Second Floor
Roof
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Architechural Overlay #1
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
SENIOR
ADMIN.
OFFICE
SECRETARY
FACULTY
OFFICE
STOR
SECRETARY
SENIOR
ADMIN.
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
MEN'S
R.R.
FACULTY
OFFICE
STORAGE/
UTILITY
DN
MECHANICAL
ROOM
DN
STORAGE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
MEN'S
R.R.
INSTRUCTIONAL
LAB
STORAGE
DN
STUDENT
OFFICE
WOMEN'S
R.R.
WOMEN'S
R.R.
FACULTY
OFFICE
TECH.
SUPPORT
SMALL
CLASSROOM
SMALL
CLASSROOM
COMPUTER
MACHINE ROOM
INSTRUCTIONAL
LAB
AUDITORIUM
STOR.
STUDENT
OFFICE
BASEMENT LEVEL
Basement
STUDENT
OFFICE
Second Floor
DN
DN
SEMINAR
ROOM
LARGE
CLASSROOM
FACULTY
OFFICE
LARGE
CLASSROOM
SEMINAR
ROOM
CHAIR'S
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
DN
DN
SECRETARY
DN
SEMINAR
ROOM
DN
STOR.
DN
SMALL
CLASSROOM
SMALL
CLASSROOM
MEN'S
R.R.
SEMINAR
ROOM
WOMEN'S
R.R.
DN
DN
DN
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
MEN'S
R.R.
STUDENT
OFFICE
WOMEN'S
R.R.
FACULTY
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STUDENT
OFFICE
DN
SECRETARY
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
AUDITORIUM
FACULTY
LOUNGE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
DN
DN
DN
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FACULTY
OFFICE
STOR
AGE
DN
DN
THIRD LEVEL
Ground Floor
Third Floor
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Structural Solution #2 – Dual System
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SMRF beams:
W18x35
SMRF columns:
W12x120
Gravity columns:
W12x65
First Floor
Gravity Beams:
W10x33
Third Floor
12” Shear Walls
Concentrically
braced frame: HS
12x12x5/8
Second Floor
5.25” Composite
Lightweight
Concrete Slab
Roof
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Architectural Overlay#2
DN
MEN'S
R.R.
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
SECRETARY
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
SENIOR
ADMIN.
OFFICE
SECRETARY
FACULTY
OFFICE
SENIOR
ADMIN.
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
SEMINAR
ROOM
STORAGE/
UTILITY
DN
DN
DN
DN
MECHANICAL
ROOM
DN
SEMINAR
ROOM
MEN'S
R.R.
INSTRUCTIONAL
LAB
STORAGE
STUDENT
OFFICE
WOMEN'S
R.R.
FACULTY
OFFICE
STOR
AGE
SEMINAR
ROOM
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
WOMEN'S
R.R.
STORAGE
FACULTY
OFFICE
TECH.
SUPPORT
SMALL
CLASSROOM
SMALL
CLASSROOM
COMPUTER
MACHINE ROOM
AUDITORIUM
INSTRUCTIONAL
LAB
AUDITORIUM
STUDENT
OFFICE
DN
DN
STOR.
STUDENT
OFFICE
DN
Ground Floor
Second Floor
DN
DN
FACULTY
OFFICE
SEMINAR
ROOM
LARGE
CLASSROOM
LARGE
CLASSROOM
CHAIR'S
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
SEMINAR
ROOM
DN
DN
SECRETARY
SMALL
CLASSROOM
SMALL
CLASSROOM
MEN'S
R.R.
DN
SEMINAR
ROOM
WOMEN'S
R.R.
STOR.
DN
DN
DN
DN
SEMINAR
ROOM
DN
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
MEN'S
R.R.
STUDENT
OFFICE
WOMEN'S
R.R.
FACULTY
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STUDENT
OFFICE
DN
SECRETARY
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
AUDITORIUM
FACULTY
LOUNGE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
DN
DN
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FACULTY
OFFICE
STOR
SEMINAR
ROOM
DN
DN
First Floor
DN
Third Floor
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Load Path - Lateral Loads
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Load Path - Skyways
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
SECRETARY
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
SENIOR
ADMIN.
OFFICE
SECRETARY
FACULTY
OFFICE
STOR
FACULTY
OFFICE
STOR
AGE
SENIOR
ADMIN.
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
FACULTY
OFFICE
DN
INSTRUCTIONAL
LAB
MEN'S
R.R.
WOMEN'S
R.R.
STORAGE
STORAGE
DN
STUDENT
OFFICE
DN
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STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
STUDENT
OFFICE
STORAGE
FACULTY
OFFICE
TECH.
SUPPORT
COMPUTER
MACHINE ROOM
INSTRUCTIONAL
LAB
STOR.
STUDENT
OFFICE
STUDENT
OFFICE
SECOND LEVEL
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Load Path - Skyways
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Concrete solution with 7” slab
and 12” x 12” beam
Steel solution with 5.25”
lightweight slab on beam
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Load Path - Gravity
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W30x235
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Load Path - Roof
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Chord member
Shear Keys
Connection to
Beams with
anchor bolts
Shear keys
and chord
member
create a
monolithic
behavior of
the precast
roof panels
instead of
individual
behavior
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Steel Connections
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Steel Beam-Shearwall Connection
Shop
weld
Moment Connection
PL1/4 9in
Steel Bracing Connection
Girder-Column Connection
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Foundation – Site Characteristics
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• Soil underneath structure is 40 ft. of sand
• Assumed soil properties:
- F’ = 30o, c’ = 0, g = 125 pcf
• Bearing Capacity = 4500 psf
• 8 x 8 ft2 spread footings, strip footings
• Mat Foundation – estimated 18” depth
and 24” under columns
Basement
First Floor
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Foundation Connections
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Site Layout
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Concept 1 Schedule
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Precast Concrete Option
Structural Steel Option
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Concept 1 Budget
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Alt 1-1
Alt 1-2
L-shaped building; P/C L-shaped building; Steel
structure; 14ft below
structure; 14ft below
CSI Division
Desciption
grade
grade
02000
Sitework
$
422,238 $
422,238
03000
Concrete
$
1,062,533 $
816,855
04000
Masonry
$
24,482 $
24,482
05000
Metals
$
73,645 $
446,845
06000
Carpentry
$
186,600 $
186,600
07000
Thermal & Moisture Protection
$
97,614 $
97,614
08000
Doors & Windows
$
520,160 $
520,160
09000
Finishes
$
461,325 $
558,730
10000
Specialties
$
$
11000
Equipment
$
$
12000
Furnishings
$
$
13000
Special Construction
$
$
14000
Conveying Systems
$
69,664 $
69,664
15000
Mechanical
$
298,560 $
298,560
16000
Electrical
$
261,240 $
261,240
Subtotal $
3,478,061 $
3,702,989
Engineering (6%)
$
208,684 $
222,179
General Conditions (10%)
$
347,806 $
370,299
Contingency (15%)
$
521,709 $
555,448
Fee (4%)
$
139,122 $
148,120
Grand Total $
COST/SF $
Structural System Cost $
4,695,382
157
354,801
$
$
$
4,999,035
167
373,200
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Arch. Design #2
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D
efining
A
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xis
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Defining an A xis
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Design Process
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Massing
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Ocean View
View from Tidal Marsh
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Floor Plans
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Ground Floor Plan
Auditorium
Chair’s Office
Computer Room
Faculty Lounge
Faculty Offices
Instructional
Labs
Lg Classrooms
Mech. Room
Restrooms
Secretaries
Seminar Rooms
Senior Admin.
Sm.Classrooms
Storage/Utility
Student Offices
Tech. Support
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Floor Plans
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2nd Floor Plan
3rd Floor Plan
Auditorium
Lg Classrooms
Sm.Classrooms
Chair’s Office
Mech. Room
Storage/Utility
Computer Room
Restrooms
Student Offices
Faculty Lounge
Secretaries
Tech. Support
Faculty Offices
Seminar Rooms
Instructional
Labs
Senior Admin.
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3D Floor Plans
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Ground Floor Plan
2nd Floor Plan
3rd Floor Plan
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Structural Solution #1
Base Shear = 4000k
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Overturning Moment = 10000 kft
SMRF beams:
16”x18”
SMRF columns:
16”x16”
First Floor
Gravity columns:
12”x12”
Third Floor
Gravity Beams:
12”x18”
8” Flat Slab
Second Floor
Note: Due to
seismic conditions,
this design might
require capitals or
beams.
Roof
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Architechural Overlay #1
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First Floor
Third Floor
Second Floor
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Structural Solution #2
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SMRF beams:
W18x36
SMRF columns:
W14x120
Gravity columns:
W12x72
First Floor
Gravity Beams:
W10x19
Gravity Girders:
W12x40
Third Floor
5.25” Composite
Lightweight
Concrete Slab
Second Floor
Roof
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Structural Solution #2
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First Floor
Third Floor
Second Floor
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Load Path - Lateral Loads
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Steel Connections
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Coped Connection
Angled Beam Connection
Moment Connection
Girder-Column Connection
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Foundation – Site Characteristics
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• 8 x 8 ft2 spread footings,
24” deep
• Mat Foundation –
estimated 18” depth and
24” under columns
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Concept 2 Schedule
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Precast Concrete Option
Structural Steel Option
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Concept 2 Budget
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Alt 2-1
Dbl. Diamond shaped
bldg; P/C Structure; 14ft
CSI Division
Desciption
below grade
02000
Sitework
$
159,506
03000
Concrete
$
1,014,718
04000
Masonry
$
39,808
05000
Metals
$
73,645
06000
Carpentry
$
186,600
07000
Thermal & Moisture Protection
$
96,723
08000
Doors & Windows
$
334,754
09000
Finishes
$
461,151
10000
Specialties
$
11000
Equipment
$
12000
Furnishings
$
13000
Special Construction
$
14000
Conveying Systems
$
69,664
15000
Mechanical
$
298,560
16000
Electrical
$
261,240
Subtotal $
2,996,369
Engineering (6%)
$
179,782
General Conditions (10%)
$
299,637
Contingency (15%)
$
449,455
Fee (4%)
$
119,855
Grand Total $
COST/SF $
Structural System Cost $
4,045,099
135
362,937
Alt 2-2
Dbl. Diamond shaped
bldg; Steel Structure;
14ft below grade
$
159,506
$
595,354
$
39,808
$
540,145
$
186,600
$
96,723
$
334,754
$
607,856
$
$
$
$
$
69,664
$
298,560
$
261,240
$
3,190,209
$
191,413
$
319,021
$
478,531
$
127,608
$
$
$
4,306,783
144
466,500
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Decision Matrix
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Steel
Concrete
Steel
Concrete
•Many pleasing
aesthetic elements
•Exposed steel and
connections to be
aesthetically designed
•Steel will react w/ salt
water over time
•Sustainability and
usage of ventilation are
strong
•Use of glass curtain
walls
•Limited advancement
for design
•Many options in
looking to sustainable
materials
•Increased area of
ocean-view windows
•Interesting nonuniform connections
•Unique and interesting
spaces. Excellent axis
consideration.
•Non-celebrated
connections
•Flexible structural
system
•Symmetrical solution
•Good possibilities for
spring quarter
•Flexible structural
system
•Symmetrical solution
•Will probably need a
height variance to
accommodate MEP
•Challenging
•Structural system
inflexible
•Very little repetition so
design will be
expensive and
consuming
•Challenging
•Structural system
inflexible
•Very little repetition so
design will be
expensive and
consuming
•Short Duration
Schedule
•Cheapest Structural
System
•Difficult and Expensive
Foundation
Cosntruction
•Easy Erection
Sequence
•Shortest Construction
Schedule (187 days)
•Simple Foundation
Construction
•Complicated Structural
System Construction
•Simple Foundation
Construction
•Most Expensive
Structural System
•Complicated
Construction
•Need for fireproofing
of steel.
•Highest Cost/SF
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AEC Interaction
Discussion
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Winter Quarter Presentation
03.15.2002
P U
QUESTIONS?
acific
niversity
Architect (K.U.)
ADAM GUMOWSKI
Engineer (S.U.)
JASON
STONE
C.M. (S.U.)
BOB FARMAN
pA
Vc
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2 e0
0 w2

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