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Express Project 2006 The Engineering School of Express University New
Express Project 2006 The Engineering School of Express University New
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
The Express Team
Project Location
Project Location
Project Location
Project Location
Proposed Footprint
Proposed Footprint
Site Conditions
Site Conditions
Site Conditions
Site Conditions
Climate conditions of Albuquerque
Climate conditions of Albuquerque
Average climate condition per month
Average climate condition per month
South-facing direct radiation
South-facing direct radiation
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE
Decision matrix
Decision matrix
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Winning Concept
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Basement
Natural Lighting
Natural Lighting
Natural Lighting
Natural Lighting
Natural Lighting
Natural Lighting
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
1st Floor
Straw Bale Walls
Straw Bale Walls
Straw Bale Walls
Straw Bale Walls
Straw Bale Walls
Straw Bale Walls
Straw Bale Walls
Straw Bale Walls
2nd Floor
2nd Floor
2nd Floor
2nd Floor
2nd Floor
2nd Floor
2nd Floor
2nd Floor
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Section View E-W
Section View E-W
Section View N-S
Section View N-S
Supply Air and Water wall
Supply Air and Water wall
Supply Air and Water wall
Supply Air and Water wall
Foundation and Basement
Foundation and Basement
Load Layout
Load Layout
Structural System
Structural System
Structural System
Structural System
Vertical Loads
Vertical Loads
Details: Post-tensioning
Details: Post-tensioning
Details: Post-tensioning
Details: Post-tensioning
Details: Large classrooms
Details: Large classrooms
Details: Large classrooms
Details: Large classrooms
Details: Large classrooms
Details: Large classrooms
Details: Connections
Details: Connections
Details: Connections
Details: Connections
Details: Connections
Details: Connections
Details: Connections
Details: Connections
Details: HVAC
Details: HVAC
Details: HVAC
Details: HVAC
Auditorium Climate Control
Auditorium Climate Control
Auditorium Climate Control
Auditorium Climate Control
MEP Conceptual Layout
MEP Conceptual Layout
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Project Evolution
Staircase Evolution
Staircase Evolution
Staircase Evolution
Staircase Evolution
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Problem: NE Staircase
Netmeeting AutoCad 2D Solution
Netmeeting AutoCad 2D Solution
Netmeeting AutoCad 2D Solution
Netmeeting AutoCad 2D Solution
Netmeeting AutoCad 2D Solution
Netmeeting AutoCad 2D Solution
Real Time Virtual Environment A/E Collaboration
Real Time Virtual Environment A/E Collaboration
Real Time Virtual Environment A/E Collaboration
Real Time Virtual Environment A/E Collaboration
Real Time Virtual Environment A/E Collaboration
Real Time Virtual Environment A/E Collaboration
3D Virtual Environment Solution
3D Virtual Environment Solution
New Problems Discovered / Feel of stairs
New Problems Discovered / Feel of stairs
Real Time Implementation of Solution
Real Time Implementation of Solution
New Problems Discovered #2
New Problems Discovered #2
Site Layout #1
Site Layout #1
Site Layout #2
Site Layout #2
Critical Construction Elements
Critical Construction Elements
Critical Construction Elements
Critical Construction Elements
Start: Notice to proceed
Start: Notice to proceed
Start: Notice to proceed
Start: Notice to proceed
7 days : Erection of Fence
7 days : Erection of Fence
11 days: Site Trailers & Road
11 days: Site Trailers & Road
24 days: Excavation Equipment
24 days: Excavation Equipment
32 days : Excavate west wing
32 days : Excavate west wing
38 days: Excavate central wing
38 days: Excavate central wing
64 days : Pour footings in west wing
64 days : Pour footings in west wing
75 days: Pour all footings
75 days: Pour all footings
81 days: Basement slab
81 days: Basement slab
98 days: Columns, Shear walls, Stair case
98 days: Columns, Shear walls, Stair case
106 days: 2nd floor beams
106 days: 2nd floor beams
118 days: 1st floor slab
118 days: 1st floor slab
118 days: Mobile crane on site
118 days: Mobile crane on site
Expenditure: $1,435,732
Expenditure: $1,435,732
124 days: Shift in crane position
124 days: Shift in crane position
134 days: 2nd floor beams
134 days: 2nd floor beams
151 days: 2nd floor slab
151 days: 2nd floor slab
160 days: Columns, Shear wall
160 days: Columns, Shear wall
161 days: Change in crane position
161 days: Change in crane position
170 days: Roof Beams
170 days: Roof Beams
180 days: Roof slab
180 days: Roof slab
196 days: 1st floor exterior enclosure
196 days: 1st floor exterior enclosure
211 days: 2nd floor exterior enclosure
211 days: 2nd floor exterior enclosure
224 days: Windows & Interior finishes
224 days: Windows & Interior finishes
Expenditure: $ 5.28 M
Expenditure: $ 5.28 M
Expenditure: $ 6.7 M
Expenditure: $ 6.7 M
Expenditure: $7
Expenditure: $7
eQUEST Simulation Result
eQUEST Simulation Result
Solar Energy
Solar Energy
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
LEED Certification
Team Collaboration
Team Collaboration
Team Collaboration
Team Collaboration
Communication - Meetings
Communication - Meetings
Communication - Meetings
Communication - Meetings
Communication - Meetings
Communication - Meetings
Communication - Meetings
Communication - Meetings
New Technologies Used
New Technologies Used
New Technologies Used
New Technologies Used
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1Express Project 2006 The Engineering 49Real Time Implementation of Solution.
School of Express University New Mexico Georgia Tech Atlanta, Georgia. Stanford
Final presentation May 5th, 2006. Palo Alto, California.
2The Express Team. 11:00 pm. 4:00 pm. 50New Problems Discovered #2. Georgia
2:00 pm. Nicole CM. Robi Engineer. Matt Tech Atlanta, Georgia. Stanford Palo Alto,
Architect. 11:00 pm. 5:00 pm. Yash CM. California.
3Project Location. University of New 51Staircase Evolution. North-east
Mexico. staircase.
4Proposed Footprint. Proposed Footprint 52Site Layout #1. Cornell Dr. Central
Existing Cactus Plants. 43. 35. 43. Ave. Stanford Dr. NORTH.
30. 53Site Layout #2. Cornell Dr. Central
5Site Conditions. Soil Condition - 4 Ave. Stanford Dr. Road Closed Barriers.
ksf bearing capacity Earthquake - Largest 54Critical Construction Elements.
recorded magnitude is 5.5 (1918) - Design Critical Column for Radius Sizing. Req.
according to IBC Flood - 2+ miles from the Radius: 90 Load at max radius: 6 tons.
Rio Grande - Less than 0.2% annual Link-Belt HTC 8670. Mobile Crane Position
probability of flooding Volcano - Located #2. Mobile Crane Position #1. Radius: 115
5+ miles North and Northwest of the site - Max load: 8.5 tons.
Lava travels maximum of about 2 miles Snow 55Start: Notice to proceed. Expenditure:
and wind - Minimal hazards - Design $50000. Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12.
according to IBC. months.
6Green Vision. Natural Lighting & 567 days : Erection of Fence. Cash Flow.
Ventilation Natural Thermal Insulation 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
Thermal Mass Photovoltaic Panels Usage of 5711 days: Site Trailers & Road.
recycled materials Geothermal Heating Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 12. 6. months.
& Cooling Green Roof. 5824 days: Excavation Equipment. Cash
7Climate conditions of Albuquerque. Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
0-24 HOURS. 0-365 DAYS. AVERAGE 5932 days : Excavate west wing. Cash
TEMPERATURE. AVERAGE TEMPERATURE. MAXIMUM Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
TEMPERATURE. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE. MINIMUM 6038 days: Excavate central wing. Cash
TEMPERATURE. MINIMUM TEMPERATURE. RELATIVE Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
HUMIDITY. RELATIVE HUMIDITY. DIRECT SOLAR 6164 days : Pour footings in west wing.
RADIATION. DIRECT SOLAR RADIATION. DIFFUSE Expenditure: $1,027,082. Cash Flow. 4 8.
SOLAR RADIATION. DIFFUSE SOLAR RADIATION. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
AVERAGE WIND SPEED. AVERAGE WIND SPEED. 6275 days: Pour all footings. Cash Flow.
AVERAGE CLOUD COVER. AVERAGE CLOUD COVER. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
AVERAGE DAILY RAINFALL. AVERAGE DAILY 6381 days: Basement slab. Cash Flow. 4
RAINFALL. AVERAGE TEMPERATURE. MAXIMUM 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
TEMPERATURE. MINIMUM TEMPERATURE. RELATIVE 6498 days: Columns, Shear walls, Stair
HUMIDITY. DIRECT SOLAR RADIATION. DIFFUSE case. Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12.
SOLAR RADIATION. AVERAGE WIND SPEED. months.
AVERAGE CLOUD COVER. AVERAGE DAILY 65106 days: 2nd floor beams. Cash Flow.
RAINFALL. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
8Average climate condition per month. 66118 days: 1st floor slab. Cash Flow. 4
RADIATION 0-1000 W/m? TEMPERATURE 0-50?C. 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
HOURS 0-24. MONTH [AVERAGE DAY]. DIRECT 67118 days: Mobile crane on site. Cash
SOLAR RADIATION. RELATIVE HUMIDITY. Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
TEMPERATURE. 68Expenditure: $1,435,732. 124 days:
9South-facing direct radiation. WINTER. Columns, Shear structure, Stair case. Cash
SUMMER. WINTER. Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
10THE WRAPPER THE VILLAGE. 69124 days: Shift in crane position.
11Concept Comparison. A. E. C. Modern, Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
sleek design Expansive views Does not fit 70134 days: 2nd floor beams. Cash Flow.
surroundings. Adobe look Environmentally 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
friendly Sense of community. Regular 71151 days: 2nd floor slab. Cash Flow. 4
column grid Cantilevers on all sides 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
Uneven load distribution. Regular column 72160 days: Columns, Shear wall. Cash
grid Cantilever classroom Large load over Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
auditorium. Difficult construction Higher 73161 days: Change in crane position.
cost. Lower construction cost Longer Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
duration. Pros = Blue Text Cons = Red 74170 days: Roof Beams. Cash Flow. 4 8.
Text. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
12Design criteria. Quality of space (3) 75180 days: Roof slab. Cash Flow. 4 8.
Circulation (4) Environmentally friendly M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
(1) Economy (3) Usability in the future 76196 days: 1st floor exterior
(5) Site connection (6) Speed of enclosure. Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12.
construction (4) Maintenance and months.
inspection (2). Rank (in brackets) and 77211 days: 2nd floor exterior
weight factor to each criterion. enclosure. Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12.
13Decision matrix. Winning concept. months.
Weight factor x (0 5 pts). . The 78224 days: Windows & Interior
Wrapper. The Wrapper. The Village. The finishes. Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12.
Village. Criteria. Steel. Concrete. Steel. months.
Concrete. 1. 0,429. 0,429. 0,571. 0,571. 79Expenditure: $ 5.28 M. 235 days:
2. 0,5. 0,5. 0,375. 0,375. 3. 0,429. Installation of Atrium & Clerestory
0,429. 0,643. 0,857. 4. 0,286. 0,286. windows. Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12.
0,571. 0,714. 5. 0,143. 0,143. 0,143. months.
0,214. 6. 0,036. 0,036. 0,089. 0,089. 7. 80Expenditure: $ 6.7 M. 349 days:
0,375. 0,125. 0,5. 0,25. 8. 0,321. 0,161. Interior finishes. Cash Flow. 4 8. M$. 2.
0,482. 0,482. . . . . Sum. 2,52. 2,11. 6. 12. months.
3,38. 3,55. 81349 days: Computer Lab Handover. Cash
14Winning Concept. Total cost 6.82 Flow. 4 8. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
million $. Straw bales. Concrete with 82Expenditure: $7.77 M. 371 days:
1-way slab. PT aud. beams. Site layout. Substantial Completion. Cash Flow. 4 8.
Project duration ? 361 days. Atrium. M$. 2. 6. 12. months.
15Basement. Auditorium Exit. 83Project Budget. $6,500,000.
Circulation. Stairs. Elevator. Restroom. $7,774,958. U.S. Treasury Savings Bond.
Instruct Lab. Auditorium. Computer Mech. 2006. 2015. Initial Investment: $6,500,000
Storage. Expected Interest Rate: 2% Periodic
16Natural Lighting. Sky Port. Investment: $0.00 Years Invested: 9 Tax
Luminaries. Break Even @ 13 years. Rate: *exempt.
$22,000. Annual Savings: $1,600. Fiber 84Cost Estimate. Budget: $7.77 Million
Optic Cables www. .com. Estimated Expenditure: $7.77 Million.
171st Floor. North Entrance. West 85Cost Comparison. CONSTRUCTION COST IN
Entrance. Courtyard Exit. To Rare Cactus $ PER s.f. Construction costs adjusted to
Garden. Circulation. Stairs. Elevator. New Mexico, 2005.
Restroom. Student Offices. Small 86Cost Evolution. 7.77. 7.77. 6.5. 6.8.
Classroom. Large Classroom. Seminar Room. Cost in Millions ($). 2006 Budget. 2015
18Straw Bale Walls. Three-wire bales Budget. Winter Quarter. Spring Quarter.
16x24x42 Weight 85 lbs. 1. Straw. 2. 87eQUEST Simulation Result. Annual
Wire Mesh. 3. Plaster. Finished Look. Savings ~ $ 28,500. Cost in Dollars $.
Plastering of wall. 88Solar Energy. Photovoltaic Cells.
192nd Floor. South-west Stair Entrance. Payback Period 2.5 yrs. Solar Hot Water =
Faculty Offices. Circulation. Stairs. $1,020 Photovoltaic = $28,914. TOTAL
Elevator. Restroom. Admin. Faculty Lounge. SAVINGS = $29,934. Solar HW 4 MWh. PV
20Roof. Roof. Atrium. Clerestory Window. Cells 22 MWh. Annual Life-Cycle Savings =
21Section View E-W. Faculty Lounge. $28,914. Electrical Power Grid 206 MWh.
Large Classroom. Auditorium. Computer $185,192. Total Energy Load = 232 MWh.
Mech. Dollars ($). Years.
22Section View N-S. Elevator. 89LEED Certification. Green thinking
Auditorium. Student Office. Seminar Room. during project development LEED-evaluation
Large Classroom. Faculty Offices. Faculty started after final design Regular contact
Lounge. with Adhamina Rodriguez, LEED certified
23Supply Air and Water wall. Water Wall. Professional. Straw Bales. Solar Panels.
Water Wall. Bike Rack. Fiber Optic.
24Foundation. Soil Type: Mainly sand and 90LEED Certification. GOLD. TOTAL: 43.
a bit of silt Bearing Capacity: 4 ksf / Category. Points. Water Efficiency. 9.
192 kPa Settlements: Immediate settlement Sustainable Sites. 5. Energy &
(due to self-weight of foundation and Atmosphere. 6. Materials & Resources.
building) Heaving: No need to consider (no 8. Indoor Environmental Quality. 12.
clay) Water table: Fluctuates between 8 to Innovation & Design Process. 3.
1000+ feet (assume not a problem). 91Team Collaboration.
25Foundation and Basement. Wall footing 92Team Process. Communication.
t=16 Toe in soil 34 Toe in build. 63 Satisfaction. Level of communication/
T&B #8@12, all around perimeter. Level of satisfaction. Time. March 17
Strip footing under shear walls. Strip Winter Presentation. May 5. Feb 24 Reviews
footing 8x22x2.5 T&B 3#8@12. & Crits.
Basement wall t=16, h=16 Soil side 93Communication - Meetings. Matt. My.
#4@12 Inside #4@18, all around Nicole. Yash. Tracy. Jimmy. Robi. Recall.
perimeter. Spread footing 10x10x2.5 94New Technologies Used. Wiki Adds
T&B 5#8@12. features to TT. TeamSpeak Solves
26Load Layout. Flexible building for limitation of Skype High quality on low
changed future purpose. LL ? 80 psf LL ? bandwidth. Unreal Game Engine Interactive
100 psf. LL ? 80 psf LL ? 80 psf. 3D.
27Structural System. CIP concrete system 95What can be improved for the spring
with PT beams. PT beams, 12x18, quarter? Take advantage of time diference,
20x20. Columns, 16x16, 20x16. working in parallel Improvement of
Roof slab 6 T #6@6 B #5@6. Shear mini-meetings, communicate more
wall, 10. Cantilever wall, 10. effectively Learning more from the other
Foundation wall, 16. disciplines.
28Structural System. Shear Wall, 10 H 96Reflections On Course. Details are
#4@18 V #4@18 or #4@12. Elevator important! Tracy CanYouHearMe. My
core, 10 #4@18. Typical column IcanDoThat. Jimmy MacGyver. Robi
16x16, 8#7. Stair case wall 10 MuteYourMic. Matt YellowSweatPants.
#4@18. Typical PT beam 12x18 T 5#6,B Yash WhyWeHaveThat. Nicole
3#6 ?=0.5. Auditorium PT beam 20x20 NoSleep.
T 6#9, B 4#8 ?=0.5. Slab, 8 T #5@12 97Reflections On Course. There must be a
B #6@8. Auditorium column 20 x16 reason for every action you take in a
8#5. Cantilever wall, 10 #4@12. group process! Tracy CanYouHearMe. My
29Vertical Loads. IcanDoThat. Jimmy MacGyver. Robi
30Vertical Loads. MuteYourMic. Matt YellowSweatPants.
31Lateral Loads. Yash WhyWeHaveThat. Nicole
32Details: Post-tensioning. Unbonded NoSleep.
multi-strand tendons Fast and rational 98Reflections On Course. Always ask why
procedure 10 strands, ?=0.5. Working and why not! Tracy CanYouHearMe. My
procedure Installation - plastic sheath IcanDoThat. Jimmy MacGyver. Robi
and chairs 2. Casting - high strength MuteYourMic. Matt YellowSweatPants.
concrete 3. Tensioning - after 7 days - Yash WhyWeHaveThat. Nicole
from both ends Anchorage - two active ends NoSleep.
5. Usage - less deflection and cracking. 99Reflections On Course. It is all about
Tendon. Hydraulic jack. VSL multi-strand communication! Tracy CanYouHearMe. My
system, active end. IcanDoThat. Jimmy MacGyver. Robi
33Details: Large classrooms. PT Beam MuteYourMic. Matt YellowSweatPants.
20x20 10 strands, ?=0.5. Wall (t= Yash WhyWeHaveThat. Nicole
10) #4@18 each way. NoSleep.
34Details: Connections. Column 100Reflections On Course. Dont take more
16x16. Auditorium Column/beam Column columns than you need! Tracy
20x16 PT beam 20x20. Beam/slab PT CanYouHearMe. My IcanDoThat. Jimmy
beam 20x20 Slab 8. MacGyver. Robi MuteYourMic. Matt
35Details: HVAC. 2 Climate Zones. 2 YellowSweatPants. Yash
AHUs. Classrooms & Offices. WhyWeHaveThat. Nicole NoSleep.
Auditorium. 101Reflections On Course. Work culture is
36Auditorium Climate Control. Ground different in every country! Tracy
Floor. N. Isometric Duct Layout. CanYouHearMe. My IcanDoThat. Jimmy
37MEP Conceptual Layout. 2nd Floor. MEP MacGyver. Robi MuteYourMic. Matt
Room. N. YellowSweatPants. Yash
38Project Evolution. CIP. Large WhyWeHaveThat. Nicole NoSleep.
classrooms. PT beams. Staircase. 102Reflections On Course. Trust your
39Project Evolution. CIP. Precast. CIP. instincts and figure out the reasons
CIP. Large classrooms. PT beams. later! Tracy CanYouHearMe. My
Staircase. IcanDoThat. Jimmy MacGyver. Robi
40Project Evolution. CIP. Large MuteYourMic. Matt YellowSweatPants.
classrooms. PT beams. Staircase. Yash WhyWeHaveThat. Nicole
41Project Evolution. PT. Cable. PT. CIP. NoSleep.
Large classrooms. PT beams. Staircase. 103Thanks for listening! Owners (Amine,
42Project Evolution. CIP. Large Shan), Mentors (Greg, Katherine, Prof.
classrooms. PT beams. Staircase. Miranda, Prof. Krawinkler, Prof. Borja,
43Staircase Evolution. North-east John, Henry, Adhamina, David, Cole,
staircase. South-west staircase. Caroline) and our coach Renate Thanks for
44Problem: NE Staircase. Georgia Tech all your support!
Atlanta, Georgia. Stanford Palo Alto, 104
California. 105Fiber Optic. Sky Port ? Fiber optic
45Netmeeting AutoCad 2D Solution. cables (?=0.98) ? Luminaries 2 Sky Ports
Georgia Tech Atlanta, Georgia. Stanford ? Good natural lighting effect in a room
Palo Alto, California. of 323 431 square feet Should face the
46Real Time Virtual Environment A/E sun within an angle of 60 Maximum
Collaboration. Georgia Tech Atlanta, distance between Sky Port and luminaries:
Georgia. Stanford Palo Alto, California. 49.2 feet Decrease of visible light
473D Virtual Environment Solution. intensity: 4.6% per meter No heat transfer
Georgia Tech Atlanta, Georgia. Stanford to the building Fixed and movable layers
Palo Alto, California. of lenses, micro computer connected to
48New Problems Discovered / Feel of solar sensor guide the tracking.
stairs. Georgia Tech Atlanta, Georgia. 106
Stanford Palo Alto, California.
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