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Team Introduction
Team Introduction
Team Introduction
Team Introduction
Project Goal
Project Goal
Site Map
Site Map
Analysis of Context
Analysis of Context
Analysis of Landscape
Analysis of Landscape
Analysis of Circulation
Analysis of Circulation
Design Concept
Design Concept
static
static
Design I Analysis
Design I Analysis
Design I Drawings & Models
Design I Drawings & Models
Design I Drawings
Design I Drawings
Design I Drawings & Details
Design I Drawings & Details
Site Issues
Site Issues
Gravity Loads
Gravity Loads
Gravity Loads
Gravity Loads
Lateral Loads
Lateral Loads
Lateral Loads
Lateral Loads
Design Goals
Design Goals
Option 1 -- Framing
Option 1 -- Framing
Structural Options
Structural Options
Option 1
Option 1
Option 1 -- Sizes
Option 1 -- Sizes
Option 1 -- Foundation
Option 1 -- Foundation
Option 1 -- Connection
Option 1 -- Connection
Option 2 -- Framing
Option 2 -- Framing
Option 2 -- Sizes
Option 2 -- Sizes
Option 2 -- Waffle Slab
Option 2 -- Waffle Slab
Option 2 -- Foundation
Option 2 -- Foundation
Pros and Cons
Pros and Cons
Layout1
Layout1
Cost Analysis
Cost Analysis
Cost Breakdown
Cost Breakdown
Schedule Comparison
Schedule Comparison
Pros and Cons
Pros and Cons
dynamic
dynamic
Design II Analysis
Design II Analysis
Design II Color Coding
Design II Color Coding
Design II Drawings & Models
Design II Drawings & Models
Design II Drawings & Models
Design II Drawings & Models
Design II Drawings & Details
Design II Drawings & Details
Design II Movement
Design II Movement
Structural Options
Structural Options
Option 1 -- Framing
Option 1 -- Framing
Option 1
Option 1
Option 1 -- Foundation
Option 1 -- Foundation
Option 2 -- Framing
Option 2 -- Framing
Option 2 -- Two-way slab
Option 2 -- Two-way slab
Pros and Cons
Pros and Cons
Layout 2
Layout 2
Cost Analysis
Cost Analysis
Cost Breakdown
Cost Breakdown
Schedule Comparison
Schedule Comparison
Pros and Cons
Pros and Cons
Decision Matrix
Decision Matrix
Decision Matrix
Decision Matrix
Valuable Lessons
Valuable Lessons
Improvements
Improvements
Thanks
Thanks

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1 Team Introduction
2 Team Introduction

Team Introduction

Collaboration in Cyberspace

construction manager Kit Fleming

architect Xiang Liu

engineer Peng Li

owner Hans Verheij

E X P R E S S T E A M 2 0 0 2 . C E E 2 2 2 . A E C G L O B A L T E A M C L A S S 2 0 0 2

3 Project Goal

Project Goal

Requirements

Multi-disciplinary, collaborative teamwork in a building project Apply discipline knowledge and technologies. Knowledge management.

The year is 2015 A 3-story building Total fund, $5,500,000 Maintain the footprint of the existing buildings A collection of rare cactus varieties about 16,000 square feet is protected by the “Society Environmental Desert Studies.”

4 Site Map

Site Map

Location Express University is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Climate/Weather Annual average temperature is 61F. Annual rainfall is 7.6 inch

The site map of new engineering school

The campus map of Express University

5 Analysis of Context

Analysis of Context

Good use of materials Insulation Concerns Aesthetic taste to enrich environment

The site map of new engineering school

6 Analysis of Landscape

Analysis of Landscape

Cactus, a typical plant in a desert environment A collection of rare cactus varieties between two footprints Other green plants on campus

The site map of new engineering school

7 Analysis of Circulation

Analysis of Circulation

Main roads

Subdivided roads

Outside public space

A collection of cactus

Entrance to each footprint

8 Design Concept

Design Concept

static

dynamic

9 static

static

Design I Concept

static status regular geometric forms solid exterior look symmetrical layout

conversation

The silent conversation between desert and architecture

10 Design I Analysis

Design I Analysis

The first layer of lines is along the footprint.

The second layer of lines reveals the horizontal lines along X, Y axis.

The third layer of lines displays the relationship between horizontal and vertical lines.

The relationship of three layers of lines along X, Y, Z axis

2

3

1

Vertical circulation of the building

1

2

3

11 Design I Drawings & Models

Design I Drawings & Models

The First Floor Plan

40’

27’

Auditorium, technical support

Small classroom

14’

Instructional lab

0’

MEP

-1’

-7’

58’

58’

116’

12 Design I Drawings

Design I Drawings

N

The Second Floor Plan

West Elevation

Student office

Small classroom

Computer machine room

Seminar

Big classroom

Storage

Winterthur Museum of Art Extension

13 Design I Drawings & Details

Design I Drawings & Details

The Third Floor Plan

Faculty office

Faculty lounge

MEP

Chair’s office Secretaries Senior admin. office

40’

27’

14’

0’

14 Site Issues

Site Issues

Climate

Soil conditions

Earthquake free

Earthquake Locations

Bearing capacity: 5ksf No expansive soil

15 Gravity Loads

Gravity Loads

16 Gravity Loads

Gravity Loads

Gravity load path ——Steel Braced frames

Gravity load path ——Two way slabs

17 Lateral Loads

Lateral Loads

Wind Zone Map

18 Lateral Loads

Lateral Loads

Lateral load path —— Braced frames

Lateral load path —— Concrete MRF

19 Design Goals

Design Goals

“Simplicity and functionality through early collaboration and exchange of ideas, inspirations and constraints.”

Simple Regular Least intrusive structural system Constructability Lower budget

20 Option 1 -- Framing

Option 1 -- Framing

Framing Plan

21 Structural Options

Structural Options

Option 2:

Option 1:

Concrete frame One-way slab Waffle slab in auditorium

Composite floor system Laterally braced frame Cast-in-place concrete walls in elevator shaft Spread footings

22 Option 1

Option 1

Matching The Architectural Plan

First floor

Third floor

Second floor

23 Option 1 -- Sizes

Option 1 -- Sizes

Typical Sizes:

W21x48

10” wall

2VLI20, 2.5”

W18x119

W21x48

W16x40

24 Option 1 -- Foundation

Option 1 -- Foundation

Foundation Plan:

Shallow foundation Spread footing under columns, with size of 8’x8’ Strip footing under concrete walls, with a width of 4’

Foundation Plan

25 Option 1 -- Connection

Option 1 -- Connection

Typical connections

Beam-Girder

Girder-Column flange

Girder-Column web

Beam Splice

26 Option 2 -- Framing

Option 2 -- Framing

Framing Plan——Concrete Frame:

1st Floor Framing Plan

2nd and 3rd Floor Framing Plan

27 Option 2 -- Sizes

Option 2 -- Sizes

Typical Element Sizes:

Columns 18” x 18” 6#7 bars #3@14” Ties

One way slab Depth: 7” Steel: #3@6”

Beams 14” x 21.5” 6#7 bars #3@10” Ties

Column Section

Beam Section

28 Option 2 -- Waffle Slab

Option 2 -- Waffle Slab

Waffle Slab:

4.5” slab Total depth: 22.5” 30”x30” voids 6” ribs

Top View

29 Option 2 -- Foundation

Option 2 -- Foundation

Raft Footing

30 Pros and Cons

Pros and Cons

Options

Pros

Cons

Steel Braced Frame Spread Footing

Regular framing plan Simple connection Easy construction Inexpensive Simple foundation

Large and heavy beams in auditorium Exterior brace conflicts with architect’s vision Possible differential settlement

Concrete Frame Raft Footing

Pre-cast No differential settlement More redundant in LFR system

More form work on waffle slab Thick footing and more reinforcement More expensive

31 Layout1

Layout1

Design I Static

Cactus

Material Lay down

Crane

Material Lay Down

Parking

Wash Out/Pump Area

Trailers

32 Cost Analysis

Cost Analysis

Design I Static

Alternative 2- MRF Pre-Cast Waffle Slab

Alternative 1- Steel Brace Frame

$3,672,990 Total $122/SF

$4,126,376 Total $137/SF

Design I Concept

33 Cost Breakdown

Cost Breakdown

Design I Static

Alternative 2- MRF Pre-Cast Waffle Slab

Alternative 1- Steel Brace Frame

$22,869

$24,087

$255,264

$217,788

$713,715

$690,045

$445,503

$82,345

$923,099

$81,570

$549,857

$547,950

$532,027

$580,683

$232,753

$278,553

34 Schedule Comparison

Schedule Comparison

Design I Static

Occupancy June 3th ‘16

Occupancy July 11th ‘16

Alt 1- Steel

Foundation Complete 10/11/15

3rd Floor Steel Complete 11/5/16

Building Enclosed 1/14/16

Start- 9/2/14

Occupancy- 7/11/16

Foundation Complete 10/16/15

Waffle Slab Complete 11/9/15

Building Enclosed 1/29/16

Alt 2-MRF Pre-Cast

35 Pros and Cons

Pros and Cons

Design I Static

Pro:

Pro:

Fast Construction Cheap Simple Layout

Uniform Members Speed of Erection

Con:

Con:

Waffle Slab Expensive

Site Access Heavy Beams in Auditorium

Alternative 1- Steel Brace Frame

Alternative 2- MRF Pre Waffle Slab

Design I Concept

36 dynamic

dynamic

Design II Concept

Dynamic status Fa?ade Colors Angled partition walls Irregular circulation

conversation

The echo of conversation between desert and architecture

37 Design II Analysis

Design II Analysis

The first dynamic element is the form.

The second dynamic element is partition angled walls.

The third dynamic element is the color.

Three dynamic elements

2

3

1

Vertical circulation of the building

1

2

3

38 Design II Color Coding

Design II Color Coding

why architects love colors ?

Colors represent nature Colors light the space Colors may function as landmark Colors have symbolic meaning Colors lift spirit

Kamioka Town Hall by Arata Isozaki

Sports Center Davos by Annette Gigon + Mike Guyer

Berlin IBA housing by Zaha Hadid

Chapel of St. Ignatius by Steven Holl

Shukosha Building by Arata Isozaki

39 Design II Drawings & Models

Design II Drawings & Models

N

The First Floor Plan

West Elevation

Auditorium, technical support

Seminar

MEP

Small classroom

Instructional lab

114’

38’

76’

40 Design II Drawings & Models

Design II Drawings & Models

The Second Floor Plan

43’

Big classroom

27’

Student office

Computer machine room

14’

Seminar

MEP

0’

-1’

-4’

Small classroom

41 Design II Drawings & Details

Design II Drawings & Details

The Third Floor Plan

40’

Faculty office

27’

Faculty lounge

14’

Small courtyard

MEP

0’

Chair’s office, Secretary, Senior admin. office

-1’

-6’

Hamburg Music School

A House by Morphosis

42 Design II Movement

Design II Movement

Angled walls and colors imply movement Sequential spatial layout

43 Structural Options

Structural Options

Option 1:

Option 2:

Composite floor system Steel MRF Concrete walls in elevator shaft Strip footings

Cast-In-Place Concrete frame Flat slab Strip footing along exterior columns

44 Option 1 -- Framing

Option 1 -- Framing

Moment Resistant Frame

W14x26

2VLI20, 2.5”

W18x50

W16x50

W14x68 column

45 Option 1

Option 1

Matching The Architectural Plan

First floor

Third floor

Second floor

46 Option 1 -- Foundation

Option 1 -- Foundation

Foundation Plan:

Shallow foundation Spread footing under interior columns, 8’x8’ Strip footing under external columns, with a width of 4’

Foundation Plan

47 Option 2 -- Framing

Option 2 -- Framing

Framing Plan

8” two way slab

12”x18” beam

14”x14” column

10” concrete wall

48 Option 2 -- Two-way slab

Option 2 -- Two-way slab

Flat slab with drop panel Typical span: 25’x25’

Shear reinforcing

49 Pros and Cons

Pros and Cons

Options

Pros

Cons

Steel MRF

Prefabrication possible Inexpensive Simple foundation, no much excavation work

Complex moment resistant connection Less space for MEP

Concrete Frame

Large clear space for MEP system Less concrete and reinforcing Simple foundation

Cast-In-Place concrete More form work

50 Layout 2

Layout 2

Design II Dynamic

Cactus

Material Lay down

Parking

Trailers

Material Lay Down

Crane

Wash Out/Pump Area

Parking

51 Cost Analysis

Cost Analysis

Design II Dynamic

Alternative 1- MRF Steel

Alternative 2- Flat Slabs

$3,715,073 Total $125/SF

$3,846,427 Total $129/SF

52 Cost Breakdown

Cost Breakdown

Design II Dynamic

Alternative 1- MRF Steel

Alternative 2- Flat Slabs

$23,817

$23,936

$229,392

$228,901

$709,609

$713,175

$487,601

$85,345

$628,224

$85,345

$590,195

$628,205

$581,075

$622,325

$283,956

$284,511

53 Schedule Comparison

Schedule Comparison

Schedule Comparison

Design II Dynamic

Occupancy June 15th ‘15

Occupancy July29th ‘15

Alt 1- MRF Steel

Foundation Complete 10/16/14

Building Enclosed 2/2/15

3rd Floor Steel Complete 11/17/15

Start- 9/2/14

End- 7/29/15

Foundation Complete 10/17/14

Structural System Complete 12/15/14

Building Enclosed 2/19/15

Alt 2-Flat Slabs

54 Pros and Cons

Pros and Cons

Design II Dynamic

Pro:

Pro:

Fast Construction Simple Foundation

No Beams Site Access

Con:

Con:

Difficult Connections More Expensive

Longer Schedule Less Pre-Fabrication

Alternative 1- MRF Steel

Alternative 2- Flat Slabs

Design I Concept

55 Decision Matrix

Decision Matrix

A

E

C

CONCEPT 1

+ PROS

- CONS

Easy accessibility Big public open space Interesting details

Unexciting interior space Less active in existing environment

Regular framing Simple connection

Large and heavy beams Unsymmetric

Simple connection/framing Cheap, Fast Schedule

Waffle Slab, Expensive Site Access

56 Decision Matrix

Decision Matrix

A

E

C

CONCEPT 2

+ PROS

- CONS

Playing active role Concerning movements Interesting interior space

No big open space Potential conflict to MEP system

Larger space for MEP Symmetric

Irregular overhanging More form work More difficult connection

Site Access Smaller Beam Sizes

More Expensive, Longer Construction Irregular 3rd Floor

57 Valuable Lessons

Valuable Lessons

Do not wait until last minutes!!! Team iteration is critical to achieve a better structural design. Be prepared before discussion.

58 Improvements

Improvements

More contact with owner and mentors. Faster and more frequent iteration. Learn more about other disciplines. Early sharing of information, even if incomplete

59 Thanks

Thanks

Thanks to Mentors and Owner Special thanks to all AEC classmates

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