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2 Shelter from the Norm
Alabama is a bull’s eye for severe
weather, and with the new Severe Weather Institute and Lightning Lab (SWIRLL) in Huntsville, studying these storms and severe outbreaks has gotten a whole lot easier.
6 Inside the Park Home Run
A new museum in the heart of
Birmingham tells the story of African-American baseball from a local perspective. The building is a concrete mecca designed by Clay Dorsey.
11 Ready to Rise
The Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy received
ACIA’s “Top Block Award” at the American Institute of Architect’s Annual Design Awards in Birmingham. Designed by Ellis Architects, this new educational building focuses on project-based education for students while collaboration with industries on real world workforce solutions. (On the Cover )
16 Keep Floating
Barrett Penney has always had a passion for art
and creativity, with an avid love for the outdoors. With more than 14 years of experience, his architectural portfolio (with lots of concrete) continues to grow.
20 In the Spotlight
We enjoy recognizing accolades of students and our
members throughout the year. If you have member news to share, please email Rebecca at email@example.com
22 Technicle Review
ALDOT recently agreed to use the site glass for
water measurement on transit mixers. This article explains how this change affects our industry.
24 2017 Spring Calendar
QUICK FACTS 17,500 square feet with a one-story high-bay garage offices, labs, classroom and conference spaces Two-stories of
atrium/cone that leads to observation deck.
Three-story a roof
5 months to design and 14 months to construct
SHFELOMTETHER R NORM ALA
bama is no stranger to severe weather, and the new Severe
Weather Institute, Radar and Lightning Laboratories (SWIRLL) on the campus of the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH) is a national center for the study of severe storms. The facility includes severe weather research laboratories, high bay vehicle storage, a “war room” for observing incoming severe weather, and a tornado shelter designed to withstand winds up to 250 mph. SWIRLL is one of the nation’s top ten Atmospheric Science university programs. The central feature of the building is an inverted glass cone that contains a spiral stairway. The cone creates a visual reference to a tornado as the stair spirals up through the three-story glass enclosure. The terrazzo floor at the base of the cone features a classical wind rose paying homage to Aristotle, the ancient father of
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meteorology. This area is not only visually
The high-bay garage was designed with
striking, but is the hub of the building and
an exposed concrete floor and concrete
was designed to welcome visitors and
masonry unit (CMU) walls. This system
accommodate the missions of community
was ideal for creating a large volume area
outreach and K-12 educational activities.
to house multiple weather vehicles and equipment, and to support an overhead
The building site is located at the edge of
crane used to hoist equipment off the
the UAH campus and just inside the nation’s
trucks. One wall of this space also abuts
second largest Research Park. This small
the building’s tornado shelter. This space is
17,000 square foot structure was designed
fully enclosed by CMU walls and a concrete
to maximize its physical presence among its
lid, and can withstand the impact of an EF-5
much larger neighbors.
tornado with winds reaching 250 mph.
The building program included two important
The building is partially built into a hill-side
requirements: to house the University’s fleet
and the concrete retaining wall also serves
of weather vehicles, instruments, and labs,
as a finished wall inside the laboratory
and to visually emphasize the mission and
spaces. Adjacent to this wall is an exterior
purpose of the facility.
“The building diagram started with a visual
The exterior entrance plaza utilizes three
representation of severe weather, which
shades of integral-color concrete, and the
developed into the central glass cone,
radial banding in the plaza is an extension
with offices, labs, and high bay organizing
of the wind rose design in the center of the
around this feature,” explains Christine
Jones, AIA, Nola | VanPeursem Architects, “The building’s imagery further draws on
“Concrete was important in this facility
equipment used for weather experiments
because of its durability, strength, and
and monitoring, and its appearance calls
to mind a giant scientific instrument, from
achieved LEED Silver certification, and
the struts of the canopy to the experiment
the concrete materials helped maximize
platforms and crane on the roof.”
materials and resources points for locally
manufactured materials that also contain recycled content.” The building also houses a “war room” that is located at the southwest corner with impact-resistant windows that wrap two walls of the room and allow researchers to observe approaching storms. This room is the command and control center for severe weather vehicles deployed in weather events, and houses monitoring equipment
“every aspect of the design was influenced by the work being done at this facility” for researchers that remain at the facility. “Weather phenomena and the study of severe weather has always been fascinating to me,” Jones says. “Our firm was excited to be a part of providing UAH with an iconic facility to highlight their top-ranked weather research program. Although this is a small building, every aspect of the design was influenced by the work being done at this facility, and all the elements came together to create a unique building that makes a big impact on this growing campus.”
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he Negro Southern League
footage of actual games,, and a 2,500
Museum (NSLM) is located
square foot restaurant on the first floor.
in the heart of Birmingham's
Parkside District. The museum tells the
Guests of the museum enjoy a self-guided
The second floor houses a 990 square foot
story of African-American baseball from a
tour that begins with the origins of the Negro
bar with garage doors and a 2,750 square
local perspective. The Museum honors the
Leagues, moving towards integration, and
foot roof top terrace that overlooks the
players of the Negro Leagues, and displays
the impact of the Civil Rights movement on
ballpark. There are decorative light poles
the artifacts that not only changed the way
baseball, to what we see today.
with banners of the Negro League teams
Birmingham residents enjoyed the game of
along the terrace area and an exterior
baseball, but influenced the way we see the
The Museum is a two-story modular brick
stair that leads down to restaurant’s main
building with ground-face polished concrete
entrance and landscaped promenade area.
masonry units with a steel column and beam With over 6,000 square feet of exhibit space,
The museum consists
“The landscaped promenade area leads
the Negro Southern League Museum
of artifacts, interactive exhibits, and an
from the entrance of the restaurant to 1st
showcases the largest collection of original
oral history given by former Negro League
Avenue South,” says Clay Dorsey, AIA,
Negro League artifacts in the United States.
players. There is also a theater that features
who designed the museum. “In addition,
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we have provided on the north, south and west elevations silhouettes of former Birmingham Black Barons players framed over
masonry units that have an illuminating halo effect at night representing different Negro league team colors.â&#x20AC;? The main entrance doors of the museum are on 16th Street South (East elevation and South) and the restaurantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main entrance is along the landscaped promenade off of 1st Avenue South, which makes the building a 360-degrees regarding the elevations; all four sides were designed as being the
QUICK FACTS The building took seven months to design and 16 months to construct. There is a 3-’4” cast stone concrete base around the building, precast concrete accent squares along the top of the elevations, an 8” precast concrete band and precast concrete coping at the roof parapet. The total gross square footage of the building is 15,000 square feet. The building features polished concrete floors.
main elevation. Adjacent to ballpark and the west face of the building is a wrought iron fence with brick piers which separates the ballpark area. “A mini park was created adjacent to the south face of the building which consists of a serpentine sidewalk with a 1’-4” high brick wall that runs along the south edge,” explains Dorsey. “The serpentine wall is broken in three places with elongated home plates that create a pad for the metal benches, and we added trees and shrubbery to soften the rigid edge of the wall.”
designing the museum. First, the team met with some of
the Negro League Players and Dr. Layton Revel, the executive director for the Center
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for Negro League Baseball Research,
Concrete was also used to add a strong
where he serves as resident historian and
contrast between the brick masonry units
curator and is considered one of the leading
on the elevations, and because of the
authorities on Negro League baseball in the
Concrete Masonry Units (CMU) durability
United States. His expertise, coupled with
for the parapet coping and as a backup
a full-time research team dedicated to the
material at the service corridor area and the
preservation of African-American baseball in
exterior rooftop terrace stair.
America, makes NSLM one of the premier baseball museums in the country.
“The rooftop terrace and the museum’s high volume open lobby with interior brick
and 3-’4” cast stone concrete units at the
worked with the city of
base of the building are probably my favorite
Birmingham, Dr. Revel, and
features of the building,” says Dorsey. “But
the Negro League Players. “We designed
sitting down meeting with some of the actual
the museum to be incorporated with a
players from the League was a highlight of
restaurant along with a roof top terrace
the entire process.”
which will help support the museum,” says Dorsey. “The restaurant was designed to be independent of the museum by having separate main entrances.”
F E AT U R E
awarded the Alabama Concrete Industries Association’s “Top Block Award” at the American Institute of Architect’s (AIA) Annual Design Award program in Birmingham in February. The state-of-the-art high school
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F E AT U R E
Real life training environments have been created to provide students with unlimited hands-on experiences
F E AT U R E
focuses on project-based education for
process resulted in the completed school
students while collaborating with industries
dedicated in August of 2013.
on real world workforce solutions. The school is built around classrooms as Through implementing the school’s mission
well as lab instructional spaces. All spaces
of building student confidence and creating
are built with flexibility in mind, and with open
floor plans and electrical/data connectivity
opportunities, the faculty and community are
at numerous locations.
molding future leaders through an aggressive and
“The lab spaces are built with concrete
education. The primary design theme is
masonry units (CMU) with ceiling heights
to enhance the student’s critical thinking
of over 20 feet in order to provide the
philosophy and the school’s project-based
expansive space for indoor projects,” states
student training experiences by creating
Eric Requist, lead architect for the project.
real-world workplace environments. Industry
“The school also contains a certified storm
leaders work alongside educators to direct
shelter built with concrete slabs, walls
curriculum towards actual industry needs.
and roof. Built for ICC 500 storm shelter
Focused on student success, the facility
code compliance and its 250 MPH wind
provides the education for our future leaders.
requirements, the space houses their multi-
purpose community center and has the he design process began in January
capacity to accommodate the students,
2012, starting with an extensive
educators and visiting public during bad
program phase focused on the best
career and technology educational centers and curriculums across the country. Through
The storm shelter provided a challenge
site investigation at multiple locations, the
in its overall design height requirement
educators and design team collectively
of 24-foot high clear ceilings. A space
created the basis for the curriculum and
for the gathering of hundreds of people
the characteristics for the design. This year
requires a ceiling height that is reflective
long process created the physical program
of its volume needs. Concrete walls were
that defined the school design and its
the natural solution given their flexibility
curriculum. The design concept was created
to reach these heights economically with
and vetted with educators as well as industry
significant strength. Additionally the use of
and community leaders. This collaborative
the pre-manufactured concrete T-beams
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F E AT U R E
provide the clear span across the space.
allowed graduates to create long-term
These components provided the easily-
employment possibilities at an early age,
achievable structural characteristics which
and the school’s flexible design is intended
were needed for the space and its strength
to support local businesses and their
evolution by creating workforce potential
units were used extensively to provide the
that replicates their changing needs.”
128,000 sq. ft. The building is centered
around a common entry with its half-round
Concrete has specific characteristics like
About Ellis Architects
assembly space for academic instruction.
strengthen and durability, which naturally lend
This lecture hall provides a flexible format
themselves to completing difficult projects.
for presentations but also for instructors.
Additionally the economics of concrete
Similar to a collegiate assembly hall, the
proves a benefit when you have one product
space is the center of activities on the
completing a floor or wall surface. Concrete
school campus and is used extensively
also offers the length of life and durability
Ellis Architects goal is to provide an
for guest speakers. A one-story wing has
needed for a facility like TCTA.
exceptional client experience. Thorough
the high-bay lab studios for the hands-
listening and experience-proven actions are
on learning curriculums like automotive,
implemented daily to provide professional
engineering, construction, and welding.
implementing our designs, especially when
services with innovative designs that
A two-story educational wing mirrors the
height is a significant characteristic of large
exceed expectations, meet a client’s
courtyard with its general instructional
gathering spaces and instruction lab spaces,”
budget and provide a greater return on
studio spaces for computer technologies,
Requist says. “These parameters prove to be
video production, public service, and other
a challenge with building components, but
concrete masonry units provide the modular
flexible building component in high bay labs, selective corridors and stairs. The entire building square footage is
hese types of designs have to meet the program characteristics of the spaces, but also meet the
rigid requirements of the project’s budget.
flexibility to combine ease of construction “Real life training environments have been
with efficient of cost. Additionally their
created to provide students with unlimited
durability has proved that they will sustain the
test of most all environments with minimum
“Mentoring from industry partners has
F E AT U R E
Concrete provides the flexibility for implementing our designs
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BARRETT Y PEENE LOA T F
Barrett Peeney works for Sherlock, Smith & Adams (SS&A), a full-service, employee owned Architecture-Engineering (AE) firm established in 1946. The firm offers the following services: architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering, civil engineering, fire protection engineering, estimating, and construction administration. They specialize in design for healthcare, senior living, education, training, research, and diverse Department of Defense facilities. SS&A designs projects throughout the United States as well as abroad and is adept at dealing with various soil conditions, wind conditions such as from hurricanes and typhoons, and seismic conditions for some the most intense seismic zones in the world. A recognized award-winning leader, SS&A has stood the test of time by delivering exceptional quality service and excellent design.
"I consider concrete to be timeless, and is the most durable building material that becomes stronger over time" Barrett Penney’s lifelong passion for art and
worked for the last five years, included the
creativity led him to the field of architecture.
Assisted Living Facility and a Medical Clinic
construction and how things fit together
Growing up in the small town of Scottsboro
for the Band of Poarch Creek Indians.
to form a structure,” says Penney. “One
in Northeast Alabama, Penney spent a
of my favorite features of these projects is
lot of time on Lake Guntersville. He is an
These projects consisted of a twenty-six
the courtyards and living/ recreation area
avid outdoorsman, and has enjoyed being
acre site, with the buildings’ combined
located centrally within the Assisted Living
outside as long as he can remember.
area totaling 127,707 square feet. The
The courtyards include winding
facilities were constructed simultaneously
concrete walks, gardens and gathering
“Fishing is my outdoor activity of choice,
using a fast-track construction method.
areas with a fountain and fire pit.”
and I grew up enjoying bass fishing,” he
The architectural concept was inspired by
says. “While I will fish for anything that’s
the Poarch Creek tribal heritage and the
Penney has always been impressed with
biting, salt water and freshwater fly are two
elements of nature. Rough sawn timbers,
the architecture by Tadao Ando, a Japanese
of my favorite types of fishing.”
steel and concrete combine to create the
architect who became famous for his
structure for these facilities. Each structure
simplistic, yet refined conceptual approach
With more than 14 years of experience,
is finished with stone siding, brick veneer,
to building design and used concrete as his
he has many projects under his belt. His
expansive glazing and vaulted ceilings with
predominant building material.
first two projects with Sherlock, Smith and
exposed wood decking.
Adams in Montgomery, AL, where has
“His architecture creates the illusion of
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weightlessness, which is amazing given
a corrosive coastal atmosphere, high
that we know concrete to be a heavy
seismicity and typhoon-force winds. These
material,” says Penney. “The Church of the
conditions require building materials that
Light, located in Osaka, Japan, is a notable
perform in the most extreme conditions.
project by Tadao Ando. Natural light enters
the building through the shape of a cross
constructed primarily of concrete, one of
and is cast onto the meticulously formed
the only materials that can withstand the
concrete panels which shape the interior of
harsh conditions found on small islands in
the church. The result is aesthetically and
this part of the Pacific Ocean
spiritually moving.” “I consider concrete to be timeless, and Many of his projects take him across the
is the most durable building material that
United States and abroad. Currently, his
becomes stronger over time,” he says.
firm is working on a new medical clinic on
“You need not look far to see examples
the island of Guam, which is a small US
of concrete that has withstood the test of
territory in the western Pacific Ocean. The
time, as well as serving as monuments to
ABOUT BARRETT What is the one tool you can't live without? My sketching pencil is a tool I use daily and cannot live without. My preferred sketch pencil is a Pilot G2 0.7mm Mini pencil, which is about half of the length of a standard mechanical pencil. I prefer the mini because it’s easy to hold and fits easily in my front shirt pocket. What is your favorite thing about your profession? Like most architects, I enjoy design. Designing a building from the ground up can be a very rewarding experience. Working directly with clients is my favorite thing in this profession. Each and every client is different and every project is unique in its own right. What's the last book you read? Nonfiction books are my book of preference. I really enjoy book based on historical or interesting events. The last book I read was ‘Dead Mountain’ by Donnie Eichar. The book is about a group of hikers that mysteriously disappeared in the Ural Mountains of Russia in 1959, which is around the time of the Cold War. What is an interesting fact that most people don't know about you? I was on my hometown swim team for eleven years. I, along with three teammates, still hold a state record for the medley relay. I alternated swimming freestyle and the backstroke, which were my two strongest strokes.
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT
THE SPOTLIGHT On Thursday, Jan. 19th, more than 85 professionals of the concrete industry attended the Alabama
ACIF Scholarship Recipients Michael Dunn is a student at the University
serving as the construction captain for the Department of Civil Engineering Concrete Canoe Team and performing research at the University Transportation Center.
Concrete Industries Association’s Annual
of Alabama majoring in civil engineering. He
Business Meeting at the Hyatt Regency-
currently carries a 4.0 GPA, and has received
Dalton Clark is also a student at the
formerly Wynfrey Hotel in Birmingham.
many honors including Outstanding Junior,
University of Alabama majoring in civil
Civil Engineering, 2015-2016, Outstanding
The meeting is held each year to recognize
Academic Achievement Award, Dept. of
3.86 GPA and was selected the 2016
the association’s scholarship recipients,
Civil Engineering, (2014, 2015, and 2016),
Outstanding Engineering Senior. He has
award the coveted Chairman’s Award and
and the Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate
been selected twice to the President’s list,
introduce the new Board of Directors.
Scholar in 2015. He is a member of Tau
and been on the Dean’s List five times.
Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society and For the past 24 years, the Alabama Concrete
awarded scholarships to students enrolled in
architecture at our state’s universities. Since 1993, we have awarded 48 scholarships totaling over $272,000, and since 2006 the foundation has given away two $8,000 scholarships annually. This year there were 61 applicants for the 2017 scholarships, the largest number of applications ever received. Fifteen of the students carried a GPA of 4.0 in either their major or overall.
Mortar Board National Honor Society.
While he excels in the classroom, he has also gained valuable real-world experience
He also has hands-on concrete experience
serving as an assistant superintendent for Maxus and Dunn Construction Companies in Birmingham.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
am Reed Memorial S Scholarship Recipient This
Scholarship was created to honor and remember Sam Reed, a great leader and past board chairman. Following Sam’s untimely passage this year, the board of directors established the scholarship for students enrolled at Auburn University in
engineering. For the inaugural $5,000 scholarship, the association received 41 outstanding applications.
College in 1968 with a degree in business
management, Cosby was drafted by the army in 1969 and was sent to Korea to fight
We would also like to congratulate Cosby Carmichael
in the Vietnam War.
Chairman’s Award for his outstanding career
When he was discharged in 1971, Cosby
and leadership in the concrete industry.
returned to Selma to work for the family business, only to be given an ultimatum. His
As World War II was coming to an end,
father told him he needed to cut his hair or
Cosby Carmichael’s father, Harry Kendrick
he would be fired. Cosby chose the latter,
Carmichael, who worked for Loan Star
wanting to preserve his ‘nice sideburns’ and
Cement Company in Demopolis, and
decided to start selling insurance instead.
The first winner of the Sam Reed Memorial
Columbus Pierson Cosby (his father-in-law)
Scholarship is Steven Jones, who has a
founded Cosby & Carmichael Ready Mix,
Later that same year, Cosby’s father passed
GPA of 3.69 overall and a 4.0 in his major.
forming a partnership that would supply
away, which led him back to the concrete
For the past seven years, he has worked
concrete needs in Selma and Dallas County.
industry. Forty-five years later, Cosby is
as a cook at Cracker Barrel. Two years ago
still running the family business. Cosby
he added a second job at Zoe’s kitchen.
Carmichael’s previous experience with Loan
Carmichael Concrete employs 24 people,
Between the two he is working an average
Star made him familiar with the cement
including two of Cosby’s three sons.
of twenty hours per weekend while still
industry, and with local citizens in the
maintaining a full load of classes.
community. Columbus Cosby had worked
in the Sand & Gravel business in Selma
philosophy of commitment to a quality
During Christmas and summer breaks, he
since 1914, so the two men were a natural
product, and good service for every
works at least 40 hours per week at the
fit, and the business was an early success.
customer at a fair and reasonable price, and
for these reasons the company has been As a sixteen-year-old high school student,
successful. After being in business for more
Steven has also excelled by being selected
the younger Cosby began working for his
than 70 years, they have definitely made
as member of Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering
father at the family business, and remembers
their mark on the community.
Honor society and is a member of Tau Beta
taking his family to dinner in Montgomery
Pi Engineering Honor Society.
after receiving his first paycheck.
Cosby has served three terms on ACIA’s board of directors, also serving as secretary
After graduating from David Lipscomb
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Truck Site Tubes Approved for Water Measurement
was not providing improvement in our measurements. Bo Canning with Kirkpatrick stated it best, “The thought that water meters are more reliable than site glasses is simply wrong”. The issues often seen with water meters are as follows: Freezing temperatures breaking inner parts. Dial visibility clouded from cement and acid etching the surface glass.
In the fall of 2016, the Alabama Department
Covers broken off or never closed.
of Transportation agreed to use the site
Water leaks within the meter.
glass for water measurement on our transit mixers.
This was no small feat for your
In late 2015, John Sorrell armed with a
Association to accomplish. The effort took
binder full of NRMCA inspected trucks
over 14 months including multiple meetings
certifications presented his argument to
with ALDOT Materials and Tests Bureau and
ALDOT and was given the OK.
the amassing of considerable data. Truth be known, ACIA staff was asked to have the site glass reinstated multiple times over the past 15 years. It was not until new
The Challenge Going Forward
leadership at ALDOT that the time was right
Simply stated, the future maintenance of
to make our case. The effort began with
our site glasses will dictate if this approval
near unanimous feedback from our Ready
will have lasting effect.
Mix Producer members, explaining of the
deficiencies noted during the reviews were
added expense of water meters which
The site glass
Scale Missing Clogged Tubes – Causing Measurement Inaccuracies Broken, Leaking & Missing Tubes ACIA suggests the following five point plan for each producer member that will be relying on site tubes: Point #1 Driver Education – Drivers must understand
measurement. Point #2 Driver Accountability – Driver must inform when their site tubes are not working properly. Point #3 Annual NRMCA Truck Inspection – During inspections, the fittings connecting the water tank and the site tube must be cleaned out as well as the base of the tank. This requires the fittings to be removed and cleaned of sand, cement and trash. Point #4 Tank fill hose secured in much the same way a hose is secured at the gas pump. Dropping the fill hose on the ground after the tank has been filled picks up cement, sand and trash that ends up in the next tank. Point #5 You're encouraged to inspect your site gauges every 90 days when performing your DOT inspections. Taylor Consulting Group is proud to be a member of the ACIA and to have been a part of this project. Our industry offerings include NRMCA Truck and Plant Certifications, and
Control Plans, Expert Witness, and other Professional Engineering Services.
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