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ADAPTIVE REUSE LOT 158 Action Housing+ Uptown Pittsburgh Final Implementation Documentation Submission 12.14.2012 Ben Finch Angela Mitchell Cassandra Osterman Yasemin Silahtaroglu Emerson Stoldt


Sheet GC 0.00 – Cover Sheet. Sheet IN 1.00 – Index: Governing Use Stipulations Sheet IN 1.01 – Index: Governing Use Stipulations Sheet PN 1.00 – Project Narrative, Introduction/Decision Making Sheet PN 1.01 – Project Narrative, Introduction/Decision Making Sheet PS 1.00 – Project Scope: Broad Demographic Characteristic/Data. Sheet PS 1.01 – Project Scope: Broad Demographic Characteristic/Data. Sheet PS 1.02 – Project Scope: Broad Demographic Characteristic/Data. Sheet PS 1.03 – Project Scope: Broad Demographic Characteristic/Data. Sheet PS 2.00 – Project Scope: Environmental Data. Sheet PS 2.01 – Project Scope: Environmental Data. Sheet PS 3.00 – Project Scope: Location. Sheet PS 3.01 – Project Scope: Location. Sheet PS 3.02 – Project Scope: Location. Sheet PS 3.03 – Project Scope: Location. Sheet PS 4.00 – Project Scope: Land Use and Zoning Requirements. Sheet PS 4.01 – Project Scope: Land Use and Zoning Requirements. Sheet PS 5.00 – Project Scope: Site Utilization. Sheet PS 5.01 – Project Scope: Site Utilization. Sheet PS 6.00 – Project Scope: Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation. Sheet PS 6.01 – Project Scope: Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation. Sheet PS 7.00 – Project Scope: Housing Condition: 2028 Forbes Ave. Sheet PS 7.01 – Project Scope: Housing Condition: 2028 Forbes Ave. Sheet PS 7.02 – Project Scope: Housing Condition: 2031 Tustin St. Sheet PS 7.03 – Project Scope: Housing Condition: 2031 Tustin St. Sheet PS 8.00 – Project Scope: Materials and Construction. Sheet PS 8.01 – Project Scope: Materials and Construction. Sheet PS 9.00 – Project Scope: Systems. Sheet PS 9.01 – Project Scope: Systems. Sheet PS 10.00 – Project Scope: Typology Case Study: The Shed, Sydney, Australia. Sheet PS 10.01 – Project Scope: Typology Case Study: The Shed, Sydney, Australia. Sheet PS 10.02 – Project Scope: Typology Case Study: The R-House, Syracuse, NY. Sheet PS 10.03 – Project Scope: Typology Case Study: The R-House, Syracuse, NY. Sheet PS 10.04 – Project Scope: Typology Case Study: Potential Sustainable Developments. Sheet PS 10.05 – Project Scope: Typology Case Study: Potential Areas of Development. Sheet SC 1.00 – Site Context: General Site Modification Strategies. Sheet SC 1.01 – Site Context: General Site Modification Strategies Sheet SD 1.00 – Selective Demolition: 2028 Forbes Ave, Demolition Plans Sheet SD 1.01 – Selective Demolition: 2031 Tustin St, Demolition Plans Sheet CA 1.00 – Code Analysis: Land Use. Sheet CA 1.01 – Code Analysis: Building Use/ Adaptive Transformation Sheet CA 1.02 – Code Analysis: Building Use/ Adaptive Transformation Sheet CA 1.03 – Code Analysis: Building Use/ Adaptive Transformation Sheet AT 1.00 – Adapt. Transform: Pictorial Perspective, 2028 Forbes Ave. Sheet AT 1.01 – Adapt. Transform: Pictorial Perspective, 2028 Forbes Ave. Sheet AT 1.02 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective, 2028 Forbes Ave. Corner One Sheet AT 1.03 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective, 2028 Forbes Ave. Corner Two Sheet AT 1.04 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective, 2028 Forbes Ave. Corner Three Sheet AT 1.05 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective, 2028 Forbes Ave. Corner Four Sheet AT 1.06 – Adapt. Transform: Pictorial Perspective, 2031 Tustin St. Sheet AT 1.07 – Adapt. Transform: Pictorial Perspective, 2031 Tustin St. Sheet AT 1.08 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective, 2031 Tustin St. Corner One Sheet AT 1.09 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective, 2031 Tustin St. Corner Two Sheet AT 1.10 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.11 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.12 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.13 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.14 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.15 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.16 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.17 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.18 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.19 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.20 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective Sheet AT 1.21 – Adapt. Transform: Exterior Perspective

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Sheet AT 2.00 – Adapt. Transform: Floor Plans, 2028 Forbes Ave. Sheet AT 2.01 – Adapt. Transform: Floor Plans, 2031 Tustin St. Sheet AT 2.02 – Adapt. Transform: Section, 2028 Forbes Ave. Sheet AT 2.03 – Adapt. Transform: Section, 2031 Tustin St. Sheet AT 2.04 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.05 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.06 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.07 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.08 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.09 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.10 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.11 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.12 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 2.13 – Adapt. Transform: Sheet AT 3.00 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Existing Exterior Wall Reinforcement/Repair. Sheet AT 3.01 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Existing Exterior Wall Reinforcement/Repair. Sheet AT 3.02 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, New Exterior Walls. Sheet AT 3.03 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, New Exterior Walls. Sheet AT 3.04 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, New Interior Walls. Sheet AT 3.05 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, New Interior Walls. Sheet AT 3.06 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Roof Deck. Sheet AT 3.07 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Roof Deck. Sheet AT 3.08 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Loft. Sheet AT 3.09 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Loft. Sheet AT 3.10 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Wood Slat Diagram. Sheet AT 3.11 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Wood Slat Diagram. Sheet AT 3.12 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Windows. Sheet AT 3.13 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Windows. Sheet AT 3.14 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Porches. Sheet AT 3.15 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Porches. Sheet AT 3.16 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Green Wall. Sheet AT 3.17 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Green Wall. Sheet AT 3.18 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Access Stairs. Sheet AT 3.19 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Access Stairs. Sheet AT 3.20 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AT 3.21 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AT 3.22 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AT 3.23 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AT 3.24 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AT 3.25 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AT 3.26 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AT 3.27 – Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Sheet AS 1.00 – Assembly Sequence: Pictorial Depiction of Staged Implementation/Critical Pairings. Sheet AS 1.01 – Assembly Sequence: Pictorial Depiction of Staged Implementation/Critical Pairings. Sheet SP 1.00 – Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend. Sheet SP 1.01 – Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend. Sheet IMP 1.00 – Implementation Documentation: Logistics Sheet IMP 1.01 – Implementation Documentation: Logistics Sheet IMP 2.00 – Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Sheet IMP 2.01 – Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Sheet IMP 3.00 – Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Sheet IMP 3.01 – Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Sheet IMP 4.00 – Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis Sheet IMP 4.01 – Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis

INDEX: GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS

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While some localized regions of Pittsburgh develop and thrive, some areas continue to exhibit the opposite. This neighborhood, known as UPTOWN, is no exception. Vacant lots and deserted homes have become the new normal for this zone. Its decline reflects a century of drastic socioeconomic change which has forced many residents and businesses to abandon UPTOWN altogether. The community dynamic persists to some degree, and above all odds, has fought to slowly reemerge and develop once more. The traces of this UPTOWN community have never truly been erased. They have, however, been plagued by a long term of dormancy. The recent large-scale push for a social reawakening of this neighborhood is certainly community driven at its core, but it is influenced by newer economic forces at play. The fiscal incentive of Oakland and Downtown is high, as Uptown exists at a crossroads between them. Local economic anchors, such as UPMC/ Mercy Hospital and Duquesne University, also have economic incentives to improve the neighborhood they reside in. While this reinvestment in and of itself is beneficial to Uptown, there is a risk that redevelopment will only benefit a disparate portion of the population. These realities are exactly why ACTION UPTOWN is so critical to the development of UPTOWN for lower income families and young professionals. This non-profit organization strives... “To empower people to build more secure and self-sufficient lives through the provision of decent, affordable housing, essential supportive services, asset building programs, and educational and employment opportunities”

The core value of this project is to generate new meaning in urban form, and to enhance the cultural value of a place by concurrently triggering a greater PRIDE in being of that place. We as architects must strive to instigate this phenomena by designing an environment that gives the occupant a reason to be PROUD of it. This pride-in-place from the beginning will become a key factor in the longevity of ownership. We hope to enhance this pride by (1) preserving the shell of each building, (2) creating a significant porch/stoop area at the front of each building, (3) developing a use for the roof of each building, (4) developing a view of the river from the roof, (5) developing a shared space between the two buildings of the lot, (6) creating a building which is ecologically and energy conscious so as not to fiscally burden the future owner with building operational costs, (7) being conscious of the development of the adjacent vacant lots to ensure cohesiveness, (8) preserving and restoring the brick parapet and the character of brick work overall, (9) relocating windows in order to maximize day lighting within each building, (10) and overall, designing and implementing a feasible adaptive reuse which abides by zoning restrictions and the fiscal restrictions set forth. Overall, OWN UPTOWN must strive to comprehend the economic, social, and physical implications of all design decision making.

Our job, in keeping with the mission of ACTION UPTOWN, must include the creation of affordable, environmentally superior housing that will serve the needs of its new residents, and in turn, should help contribute to the built environment in a way that will help that community flourish. Fundamentally, these initiatives on a lot-to-lot basis will, over time, help to “empower people to build more secure and self-sufficient lives.” In keeping with these goals, Group 4 proposes OWN_UPTOWN as an adaptive reuse of two existing residential buildings at 2028 Forbes Ave and 2031 Tustin Ave. This will entail reusing the two buildings already existing within the confounds of the larger lot. This lot is and will be partially flanked by adjacent vacant lots on both sides- allowing some breathing room between building and enhancing the potential for the shared green plot tucked in the middle of the lot currently. OWN_UPTOWN will involve gutting and reprogramming the interior layout and structure of the existing building, while maintaining the building envelope in its original character to the highest degree. This is a reflection of the high cultural value we feel is embedded in the existing brick facade and parapet. Developing a flexible but well informed set of interior spaces will accommodate the needs of the expected owner, either lower income families or young professionals. The lot is ideally located along both a quiet alley and a main thorough fair- striking a balance between isolation from the city and connectivity with it. The space between the Forbes facing structure and its counterpart (facing Tunstin) is a rare contextual opportunity to facilitate neighborly engagement- a small-scale phenomena that will in turn be the first step toward greater overall neighborhood engagement.

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(1) Preserving the shell of each building (2) Creating a significant porch/stoop area at the front of each building (3) Developing a use for the roof of each building (4) Developing a view of the river from the roof (5) Developing a shared space between the two buildings of the lot (6) Creating a building which is ecologically and energy conscious so as not to fiscally burden the future owner with building operational costs (7) Being conscious of the development of the adjacent vacant lots to ensure cohesiveness (8) Preserving and restoring the brick parapet and the character of brick work overall (9) Relocating windows in order to maximize day lighting within each building (10) And overall, designing and implementing a feasible adaptive reuse which abides by zoning restrictions and the fiscal restrictions set forth. Overall, OWN UPTOWN must strive to comprehend the economic, social, and physical implications of all design decision making.

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Population by Race

1.9%

1.1%

Uptown 4.4%

3.5%

Pittsburgh 2.7%

White

4.6%

Pennsylvania

10.8%

Black

31.2%

Asian

26.1% 65.8%

66%

81.9%

Other

2010 Census Data

The neighborhood of Uptown has a large number of vacant housing units, more than doubling that of Pittsburgh as a whole. Some of these vacant units are for rent, while most are sitting abandoned. One of the goals of this project is to work to revitalize the community, and preparing vacant properties to be rented or sold will greatly help to achieve this. Less vacant structures will help to fill the community with valuable citizens and will help create a safe, comfortable neighborhood.

PROPERTY VACANCIES

Pittsburgh

Uptown

87.2%

12.8%

Occupied

Vacant

72.7%

27.3%

City of Pittsburgh- Department of City Planning, PGHSNAP www.pittsburghpa.gov

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Recent area home sale prices

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Moultrie St.

Forbes Ave.

Seneca St.

Jumonville St.

Watson St.

Gist St.

Miltenberger St.

Van Braam St.

Marion St.

Fifth Ave.

Tustin St.

Locust St.

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$144,640

$32,500

$45,000 $36,000

$62,500 $136,000

$35,199

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The selling price of homes in the Uptown area varies greatly. Recent sales include homes for selling prices of less than $35,000 to over $140,000. All of these recent sales are single family dwellings of various sizes. The selling prices in Uptown are less than the median prices for similar sized houses in the city of Pittsburgh. This can make the area more appealing to potential buyers. City of Pittsburgh

Median home sales price June-Aug. ‘12

3 months prior

1 year prior

Average price per square foot 5 years prior

June-Aug. ‘12

3 months prior

1 year prior

5 years prior

1 bedroom

$98,750

$92,000

$96,250

$98,250

$122

$110

$122

$108

2 bedrooms

$108,000

$104,500

$98,500

$94,500

$100

$92

$88

$88

3 bedrooms

$136,000

$124,900

$134,950

$120,000

$97

$93

$96

$91

4 bedrooms

$244,200

$220,500

$223,750

$213,250

$113

$101

$105

$101

$142,750

$129,900

$139,000

$126,000

$102

$94

$97

$92

All properties

Trulia Real Estate www.trulia.com

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Residents with Income Below Poverty Level Pennsylvania 45%

Pittsburgh 28.1%

Uptown 16.4%

According to the 2010 Census, Uptown has a higher percentage of Black or African American residents than the city and the state, with fewer Asian, Hispanic, or other residents. Uptown is working to attract more diversity and more young people to the community. Nearby Duquesne University is a good source for potential students looking for rental housing. The median income level of the Uptown area is significantly less than the city and state medians. Uptown also has a much higher percentage of residents below the poverty level. The community is trying to improve these numbers and attract residents from different income levels to the area. Uptown is hoping to bring in people who work in the downtown area. The neighborhood’s location on main bus routes makes it ideal for this demographic.

Median Income Levels

Pennsylvania $50,398

Allegheny County $47,961

Pittsburgh $36,860

Uptown $13,199 City of Pittsburgh- Department of City Planning, PGHSNAP www.pittsburghpa.gov 2010 Census Data

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BREAKDOWN OF EXPENSES

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The cost of living in Pittsburgh is below the national index. Pittsburgh’s affordability plays a large part in its appeal. The target occupants will be able to afford the monthly mortgage and utilities along with figuring in the basic costs of living along with entertainment, travel, and leisure expenses and money set aside for savings.

Mortgage/Utilities Savings Travel/Leisure Shopping Healthcare

School/Child Care Car Expenses and Public Transportation Groceries/Eating Out Home Improvement/Maintenance Cable - TV and Phone Insurance

Our target user’s household income is beetween $38,368-$47, 961.

Duquesne Light is the main electricity provider for the city of Pittsburgh. The total cost in cents per kilowatt-hour, including the distribution charge and the supply charge, is 12.2257. A customer charge of $7 is also added. Many more residents of Pittsburgh use natural gas for heating than any other source, with some using electricity and oil. The two main gas companies that provide fuel for Pittsburgh are Equitable Gas and Peoples Natural Gas. According to the Pennsylvania Office of Consumer Advocates, Equitable Gas has a total cost per MCF, or 1000 cubic feet, of $9.33 and a price to compare of $4.47. Peoples Natural Gas has an average rate per MCF of $6.68 and a price to compare of $2.95. The Pittsburgh Tribune reported average monthly rates last winter of $84.97 and $70 from Equitable and Peoples, respectively.

Heating Methods .5%

.5%

2% 9.7%

Gas Electricity Oil Other None

9.7%

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SUMMER WINDS

WINTER WINDS

SUMMER SUN

WINTER SUN

FORBES AVE

FORBES AVE

Tustin St

Tustin St

The site environmental conditions provide criteria that must be addressed in the renovation and design of the new residences. The new roof structure and loft area must be able to handle a peak snow load of 60 pounds per square foot, due to the amount of peak snowfall Pittsburgh receives during the winter months. In addition to its strength, the overhang on the roof of the lofted areas will allow for winter sun to deeply penetrate the high space, but hang far enough outward to shield from the hot summer sunlight. The existing masonry wall on the western side of both units will be maintained in very near to their current state. As they stand now, the lack of windows and apertures provides an effective shield from the winter winds from the west. The thick masonry construction will also serve as a thermal mass during the winter, collecting heat from the lowangled sunlight during the day, and radiating that heat inward during the colder nights.

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Monthly Temperatures Pittsburgh, PA 100° 90°

Monthly Precipitation Pittsburgh, PA

80° 70° 60°

Record High

50°

Average High

40°

Average Low Record Low

30°

12” 10” 8”

20°

Average Rainfall

6”

10° 0°

Average Snowfall

4”

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2” -20°

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Feb March April May June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

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Action Uptown: Site Location

Pittsburgh

Located between two of Pittsburgh’s major hub of activity, Oakland and Downtown, Uptown is poised to be a neighborhood of great success. Once a flourishing neighborhood of Pittsburgh, the passing of Pittsburgh’s industry saw many of the area wealthy residents leaving and the urban renewal efforts of the 1960s help to further “disassemble” Uptown. With Duquesne University on the west end, many students live in uptown and the new Penguin’s arena is bringing more business into the area. Our area of focus is the eastern end of Uptown. The last several years has shown a slow improvement, but many vacant buildings and lots still plague Forbes Avenue and Fifth Avenue, two of Pittsburgh’s busiest streets that run through he center of Uptown. Uptown’s close proximity to many important locations in Pittsburgh will soon make it a very desirable place to live as it improves.

Tustin St.

Locust St.

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Second

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Moultrie St.

Seneca St.

Forbes Ave.

Bluff

Jumonville St.

Watson St.

Gist St.

Miltenberger St.

Van Braam St.

Pride St.

Fifth Ave. Marion St.

Stevenson St.

Magee St.

Chatham Square

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Lot 11K-158 Zone: R1A-H Tax Delinquent: 4+ years Buildings: 2 A lot that spans between Forbes Ave. and Tustin St. with two 3 story buildings facing each street. Each building is intended for three families and are currently vacant.

Building One: 2028 Forbes Ave.

Building Two: 2030 Tustin St.

Year Built: 1910

Year Built: 1920

Stories: 3 + full basement

Stories: 3 + full basement

Living Area: 2166 sq. ft.

Living Area: 3228 sq. ft.

Exterior Finish: Brick

Exterior Finish: Brick PROJECT SCOPE: LOCATION

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Action Uptown: Site Location

Several major bus routes pass through the Uptown area. The popular 61 and 71 buses will quickly get Uptown residence Downtown or to Oakland and beyond. The 65 bus is a morning and evening commuter bus for downtown workers. With Uptown in such a central location, buses passing through the area are close, common, and will go to many popular places around Pittsburgh without having to transfer.

Fifth Ave (west): 61A, 61B, 61C, 61D 67, 69, 71A, 71B, 71C, 71D Fifth Ave: 61A,B,C,D, 67, 69, 71A,B,C,D Forbes Ave: 61A,B,C,D

Forbes Ave (east): 61A, 61B, 61C, 61D

Boulevard of the Allies: 65

Boulevard of the Allies (west): 65

Bus Routes

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Seneca St.

Forbes Ave.

Bluff

Jumonville St.

Watson St.

Gist St.

Miltenberger St.

Van Braam St.

Marion St.

Fifth Ave. Pride St.

Stevenson St.

Magee St.

Chatham Square

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Warren Park Consol Center

Citizen’s Bank

Jubilee Kitchen

US Post Office

Fire Station

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With it’s proximity so many amenities and other important locations, owning a car as a resident in uptown is unnecessary. Many of Pittsburgh’s popular destinations are within a 15 minute bicycle ride. Small groceries corner markets are only a 3 minute walk away, while Giant Eagle is only a 10 minute bicycle ride away. Other useful amenities like a post office, bank and hospital are all within quick walking distance.

Forbes Market

Corner Market

Mercy Hospital

Riverfront Park

Location

Giant Eagle

By Car

By Bus

By Foot

By Bicycle

Strip District

10-15min 25-40min

45-60min

15-20min

PNC Park

8-12min

20-25min

35-45min

10-15min University of Pittsburgh Campus

5-7min

8-12min

25-35min

8-12min

Downtown Market Square

8-12min

10-15min 25-30min

7-10min

Duquesne University Student Union

3-6min

10-15min

15-20min

5-10min

Giant Eagle

4-6min

12-18min

22-30min

6-12min Southside

10-15min

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0.19

0.38

0.75

12-20min

20-25min

1.5

7-10min

3

PROJECT SCOPE: LOCATION

Miles

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Land Use: Zoning Requirements R1A-H: Single Unit Attached Residential District - High Density LNC: Local Neighborhood Commercial District EMI: Educational/Medical Institution NDI: Neighborhood Industrial District Project Area

LAND USE AND ZONING REQUIREMENTS

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R1A-H: Single Unit Attached Residential District - High Density

Use Regulations: Primary uses shall be allowed in the R1A Subdistrict Accessory uses shall be allowed in the R1A Subdistrict Sites in the High-Density Subdistrict shall be developed in accordance with the following site development standards, provided that: (a)  New development shall be allowed to use Contextual Setbacks and Contextual Building Heights in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 925.06 and Sec. 925.07; (b)  Residential Compatibility Standards of Chapter 916 shall impose additional height and setback standards on new HighDensity and Very High-Density residential and nonresidential development located near residential and H Districts; and (c)  The Environmental Performance Standards of Chapter 915 shall impose additional regulations on site development if such conditions exist. (d)  When a dwelling is “attached” to one (1) or more separate dwelling units on separate lots by a party wall or separate abutting wall the required interior side yard setback shall be zero on the abutting or party wall side.

Lot Requirements: Minimum Lot size:

1800 sq. ft.

Minimum Lot Size per unit:

750 s.f

Minimum Front setback

15 ft.

Minimum Rear setback

15 ft.

Minimum exterior side yard setback

15 ft.

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Maximum Height

40 ft. and 3 stories

PROJECT SCOPE: LAND USE AND ZONING REQUIREMENTS

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Forbes Avenue

Land Use: Site utilization

Bldg. 1

Given the current location of the footprint relative to the context and property lines, the adaptive reuse project will not infringe upon local zoning ordinance and will not warrant any necessary variance. It does, however, extend very close to the property boundaries. The lots immediately adjacent to the existing building in question are currently vacant. However, there is an expectation for future development on both sides within the near future. Partial lot vacancy will exist regardless on both sides, presumably left green.

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Tustin Street

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PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION


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Site: Utilization Buildings on Lot: 2 Building 1: Forbes Ave, 2166 sq. ft.

Lot Width: 23’ 0” Lot Length: 133’ 0” Front Setback: 12’ 0” Rear Setback: 8’ 9”

143 Courses

Lot Area: 2,640 sq. ft.

187 Courses

Building 2: Tustin St., 3228 sq. ft.

Side Setback: 3’ 10.5”

Building One: Forbes Ave.

Building Two: Tustin St.

PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION

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there is no setback- attached district sizing of lot allows for small extension of buildings height limits allow to develop above existing roof line up to max of 40 ft from grade

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Lot Length: 133’ 0” Front Setback: 12’ 0” Rear Setback: 8’ 9”

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2030 Forbes

Vacant Lot

Alleyway: 3’ 10.5”

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2031 Tustin

Vacant Lot

Vacant Lot

PROJECT SCOPE: LAND USE/SITE UTILIZATION DEVIATION

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Characteristics of 2028 Forbes Avenue One of the existing houses, located on the Forbes Ave-facing side of the property, sits between a vacant lot and 2030 Forbes Avenue (a vacant single family house). The vacant lot, which is currently used as a parking space and garden by the adjacent 2032 Forbes Avenue, is slated to be developed into a single family home in the near future.

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PROJECT SCOPE: CONDITION


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The wall space between 2028 and 2030 Forbes Avenue. The electrical system is attached to the wall of 2028.

There is a noticeable slope to the sidewalk in front of the house.

Most of the houses surrounding the building have similar typologies. Most of them also have porches looking towards Forbes Ave.

The foundation is crumbling and the metal mesh is rusting. The sidewalks has broken to pieces where there is a significant amount of growth through the cracks.

The parapet shows minimal corrosion in its existing condition. It can be preserved.

The three adjacent houses have the similar building typologies most noticeably the slanted roof. PROJECT SCOPE: CONDITION

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Characteristics of 2031 Tustin Street

The remaining house on the property, which is located between a vacant lot and a community garden, faces a public playground located across Tustin Street. The back of the existing house includes a backyard space shared with 2028 Forbes avenue. A multistory wood deck is attached to the back facade and overlooks into the backyard.

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Even though the vacant green lot on the west side of the house is designated “city garden� it has become overgrown and unattended. There is also a basketball hoop next to the house.

The west facing wall, adjacent to the community garden, is overgrown with ivy from ground to roof.

The vacant green lot on the east side of the house. It has overgrown due to neglect.

The house has three floors of decking attached to its northern facade. These decks are overgrown with ivy. The structural integrity of these decks are unknown.

Plywood panels cover the bottom floor windows. Upper story windows have been shattered by rocks thrown through.

The parapet will be preserved. The house has three chimneys that could be utilized for ventilation.

PROJECT SCOPE: CONDITION

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MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION 2028 FORBES AVE BASIC CONSTRUCTION METHOD: Timber post & lintel, face brick

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BASE & STREET Poured-in-place concretes stoop, 3 steps @ 8” riser1 Stone foundation, with exterior paint2 Cracking concrete sidewalk3 BRICK WALLS (inside to outside)

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Dry Wall CMU Block Insulation Light Wood Stud Framing Sheathing Wall ties Waterproofing membrane 8 1/2“ x 2 1/4” Brick with 1/4” mortar

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FRONT WINDOWS All wood framed single pane Stone window sill beneath Brick cornice3 38“ x 74” double hung windows

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60” x 71”_ 1 bay window 3 Misc. side windows4 23” x 32”_ 2 basement windows metal grate5 FRONT DOOR 84” x 32” wood door single pane glass metal screen Cornice6

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ROOF Flat roof Brick parapet7 Metal coping

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MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION 2031 TUNSTIN AVE BASIC CONSTRUCTION METHOD:

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BASE & STREET Stone foundation, with exterior paint Cracking concrete sidewalk BRICK WALLS (inside to outside) Dry Wall CMU Block Insulation Light Wood Stud Framing Sheathing Wall ties Waterproofing membrane 8 1/2“ x 2 1/4” Brick with 1/4” mortar FRONT WINDOWS

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All wood framed single pane Stone window sill beneath Brick cornice1 38” x 74”_8 double hung windows 2 windows missing

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84” x 32” wood door Two 11” single pane glass windows flanking Boarded over Inset for Glass Brick cornice2 ROOF Flat roof Brick parapet Metal coping3 BACKYARD Exposed wood porch and balcony above4/5

PROJECT SCOPE: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION

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MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 2028 FORBES AVE HEATING / COOLING Natural gas heating 1 exhaust vent from roof1 1 chimney2 1 small vent penetration on street-front facade2 (Likely exhaust for cooking appliance or clothing dryer) No exterior air conditioning units ELECTRICAL Above ground electrical wiring connects to electricity gauge on Northeast corner of building1 Exterior florescent light Doorbell PASSIVE SYSTEMS Passive solar heat gain from west wall. Significantly exposed due to adjacent lot vacancy Note Building envelope is compromised due to broken windows Significant amount of indirect northern light through street-front windows should create positive light conditions within the building

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PROJECT SCOPE: SYSTEMS


MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 2031 TUNSTIN AVE

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HEATING / COOLING Natural gas heating (Likely steam radiators throughout house and/or hot water heater in basement) 4 chimney 2 small vent penetractions1 on street-front facade (Likely exhaust for cooking appliance or clothing dryer) No extraneous air conditioning units observed ELECTRICAL Above ground electrical wiring. Punctures though exterior wall at base, travels to electrical gauge on front wall. Cable continues up wall to main above-ground power lines2 Exterior florescent light3 Doorbell PASSIVE SYSTEMS Passive solar heat gain from both west and east walls. Significantly exposed due to adjacent lot vacancies. Note building envelope is compromised due to broken windows Significant amount of direct southern light through street-front windows create glare, direct light conditions within the building

PROJECT SCOPE: SYSTEMS

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The Shed, Sydney, Australia

Architect: Richard Peters Associates Project Size: 796 sqf Project Year: 2010 The Shed project is a warehouse conversion of a 120 year old industrial building. The structure was converted into a 2 story house with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, dining, living spaces and two courtyards for a single family. The project was designed on a limited budget for a client who wanted a sustainable yet comfortable house. Additions like a deck upstairs and a courtyard outside maximizing interior and exterior space. The courtyard operates to bring in light and control summer sun. The original corrugated ceiling was preserved and a second roof was laid over the top with insulation placed in between. The beams were updated with fresh stain. The building has a north-facing roof that has been set up with solar panels to harness the sun, there are operable doors and windows from north to south to allow good cross ventilation so there is no need for air conditioning, while the thermal mass of the concrete floor holds the winter sun to warm the building in the colder months. Along the southern wall a full bank of kitchen/storage on ground level, and robe/storage on the first level, has been installed as an effective insulator from the adjoining lane way.

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PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY AND PRECEDENT

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The R-House, Syracuse, N.Y.

Client: Syracuse University School of Architecture and Syracuse Center of Excellence with Home Headquarters Architect: Bernheimer Architects Structural Engineer: Guy Nordenson Associates Environmental/M/E/P Engineer: Right Environments LEED Consultant: Northeast Green Building Consulting Cost Estimator: Stuart-Lynn Company Landscape Architect: Coen+Partners Project Size: 1,100 sf Project Year: 2011 Cost: $180.000 R-House project is the competition winner for the revitalization of West side community in Syracuse. It was designed to be affordable and sustainable while also engaging the community. The house meets the German Passivhaus ultra-low energy standard by its highly insulated envelope, recirculating heating and ventilation system and high performance windows for maximum solar gain. The layout is also very flexible and can be changed according to different needs of families. The house can grow from two bedroom to four bedroom by extending the second flow over the living space. The houses affordability demonstrates itself in its material choices like concrete and wood as well as in it simple form. R-House won a 2011 National AIA Award for Housing, a 2011 Sustainable Design Award from the Boston Society of Architects, a 2010 Award of Merit from the NY Chapter of the AIA, a 2011 Green Good Design Award for Architecture from The Chicago Athenaeum, and an R+D Award from Architect Magazine in 2009.

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PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY AND PRECEDENT


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Potential sustainable Development Maximize Natural Ventilation: 1) Add operable windows to north and south 2) Convert the chimney into a solar chimney to enhance ventilation

Minimize Heat Loss & Maximize Solar Gain : 3) Add solar panels to south 4) Add insulation to envelope 5) Recirculate the heat 6) Add high performance windows 7) Utilize the existing brick for thermal mass

Maximize Flexibility: 8) Design the layout to be flexible to allow different families to utilize the space comfortably

Minimize Costs : 9) Use low cost sustainable materials and existing materials (recycled wood etc. ) 10) Tailor the form to minimize energy consumption (winds) 11) Collect rainwater

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PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY AND PRECEDENT


Identification of Potential Areas OF Development

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Forbes Avenue

Existing Foundations New Foundations/Footings Pavers Shared Green Space Property Line

Site Intervention Strategies

The majority of the foundations remain unchanged from the existing conditions, with only small portions added to support the new stairs and conditioned spaces. The water and gas mains remain unchanged. The green wall on the open facade of the Tustin building takes advantage of the adjacent open lot. It acts as a buffer to mitigate westerly wind, and acts as a seasonal sun shade, shading the bricks with lush foliage in the summer, and allowing sun to warm the brick masonry wall in the winter. For both roof interventions, the glazing in the lofted area are facing both south and west, optimized to take advantage of the seasonal sunlight.

Tustin Street

Site Context: Site Modification Strategies

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1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

1. REMOVE EXISTING 3 WYTHE MASONRY EXTERIOR WALL 2. REMOVE EXISTING INTERIOR WALL 3. REMOVE EXISTING WINDOW 4. REMOVE EXISTING ENTRY DOOR 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS 5. PUNCHPROPOSED NEW MANSONRY WINDOW OPENING SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, 6. REMOVE EXISTNG AMERICAN SOCIETYSTAIR FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEY NOTES: 1. DEMOLISH EXISTING 3 WYTHE MASONRY EXTERIOR WALL 2. DEMOLISH EXISTING INTERIOR WALLS 3. REMOVE EXISTING WINDOW 4. REMOVE EXISTING ENTRY DOOR 5. PUNCH NEW MASONRY WINDOW OPENING 6. DEMOLISH EXISTING STAIR

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40’ Height Limit

Lot Length: 133’ 0” Height Limit: 40’ Existing Contextual Setbacks Adjacent Parti Walls

Parti Wall 2030 Forbes

Parti Wall 2026 Forbes

2028 Forbes

(Group 9)

40’ Height Limit

Max Occupancy to Code: 2 Families Existing Occupancy:

Forbes: 3 Families

Tustin: 3 Families

Proposed Occupancy:

Existing Setback Vacant Lot

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Existing Setback 2031 Tustin

Vacant Lot

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GENERAL SCOPE Set forth in section R101.1 of the 2009 International Residential Code, the code applies to the alteration, repair, and construction of the houses on 2028 Forbes Avenue and 2031 Tustin Street. Set forth in R105.1, the owner or title holder must apply for the requisite permits through the Pittsburgh Bureau of Building Inspection before any alterations are begun.

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Set forth in R101.1, the houses in the lot on 2028 Forbes Avenue and 2031 Tustin Street may not be occupied until the Pittsburgh Bureau of Building Inspections issues a Certificate of Occupancy.

BUILDING PLANNING Set forth in R301.5, the minimum uniformly distributed live load for all residential units shall be 40 lbs/square foot.

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Set forth in R301.6, the rooftop deck and lofted roof structure must be designated for a snow load of 60 lbs/square foot based on the local Pittsburgh weather data. Set forth in R302.10.1, insulation and vapor barriers in all walls, floors, and roofs must not exceed a flame index of 25.

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Set forth in R302.11, fireblocking must cut off all concealed draft openings, and an approved material which will resist the free passage of flame must be installed at openings around vents and ducts. Set forth in R303.1, each inhabited room must have a window area of a minimum of nine percent of the floor area of the room. Natural ventilation shall be through windows, doors, and louvers.

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Set forth in R303.2, a room shall be considered a portion of an adjoining room when more than one half of the area of the common wall is open and unobstructed. Set forth in R303.3, bathrooms must have a window area of at least 3 square feet unless supplied with artificial light and a mechanical ventilation system. Set forth in R304.2, all habitable rooms, except kitchens must have a minimum floor area of 70 square feet and dimensions of no less than 7 feet in any horizontal direction. Set forth in R305.1, all habitable spaces must have a minimum ceiling height of 7 feet.

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BUILDING PLANNING cont Set forth in R308.4, safety tempered glass must be provided in at risk locations such as the glazing panels of swinging and folding doors, glazing in an individual fixed or operable panel adjacent to a door, and glazing adjacent to stairways and landings. Set forth in R310.1, every bedroom must have at least one operable window for emergency escape and rescue. The opening must have a maximum sill of 44 inches above the floor, and a minimum clear opening of 5.7 square feet. The minimum opening dimensions are 24 inches high and 20 inches wide.

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Set forth in R311.1, all portions of the homes must have a continuous and unobstructed path of vertical and horizontal egress. Set forth in R311.2, each living unit must have at least one egress door. The door opening must be a minimum of 32 inches wide, 78 inches tall, and be able to open a full 90 degrees.

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Set forth in R311.3, there must be a landing of at least 36 inches on either side of all exterior doors.

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Set forth in R311.6, the minimum width of a hallway is 3 feet.

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Set forth in R311.7, stairs must have a minimum headroom of 6 feet 8 inches, and a handrail must be provided on at least one side of any continuous run of 4 stairs.

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Set forth in R312.1, guard rails must be provided alond all stairs and ramps that are more than 30 inches above the floor or ground. Guard rails must be no less than 36 inches high and must not have any gaps larger than 4 inches.

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Set forth in R313.1, automatic fire suppression sprinklers are not required in residences where additions are made to an existing town or rowhouse that does not already have one installed.

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WALL CONSTRUCTION MASONRY LEGDER CONSTRUCTION Set forth in R601.3, a vapor barrier is required on the interior side of frame walls to prevent water damage. This does not apply to basement walls or any portion of a wall that is below ground. Set forth in R602.3, studs in framed walls must be continuous from support at the sole plate to a support at the top plate. The studs must be capped with a double top plate to allow for overlapping at corner conditions.

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Set forth in R606.2.1, The minimum thickness of masonry bearing walls more than one story high shall be 8 inches. Set forth in R606.9.2.2, masonry walls shall be anchored to floor diaphragm framing by metal strap anchors spaced in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, or by other approved methods.

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Set forth in R606.14 Beams, girders, or other concentrated loads supported by a wall or column must have a bearing of at least 3 inches in length measured parallel to the beam, upon a metal bearing plate of adequate design and dimensions to distribute the load safely, or upon a continuous masonry member projecting not less than 4 inches from the face of the wall.

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View of Exterior of Building taken across from Forbes Avenue looking Southwest. This pictorial shows the expected increased activity on the streetfront by bringing multiple occupancy to the building. Adapt. Transform: Exterior Pictorial Perspective: 2028 Forbes

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View of the shared backyard taken across from Tustin street looking northwest. This pictorial shows the expected shared use of the backyard by occupants of both 2028 Forbes Avenue building and 2031 Tustin Street building.

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2028 FORBES AVE exterior circulation The exterior circulation will allow the building to house two families without disturbing each other’s environment. Both houses have different assets to offer. while the first house is more oriented towards a family with the beautiful shared backyard, the upper flat is oriented towards single people with a roof deck overlooking at the birmingham bridge and the allegheny river. The exterior circulation highlights the offerings of both houses.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES: 1. 03 30 53 407000 Structural concrete, in place, stair landing, free standing 2. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 3. 08 14 13 103020 Door, solid wood, mahogany, 1-3/4” thick stile and rail 4. 06 49 19 101690 Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide 5. 08 53 13 300230 Window, vinyl double hung, 33” x 57” 6. 07 41 13 100300 Aluminum roof panels, corrugated, .0155” thick 7. 08 53 13 500190 Window, vinyl picture, 59” x 71” 8. Existing brick to remain 9. Existing brick parapet to remain

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THE SHARED bACKYARD

The green backyard will become a shared space for both houses. It is an implementation to integrate the two households as well as to rehabilitate the overgrown existing backyard. Since it is a courtyard like space, it can produce familiarize the neighbors quickly and become a communal space.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES: 1. 08 14 13 103020 Door, solid wood, mahogany, 1-3/4” thick stile and rail 2. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 3. 06 49 19 101690 Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide 4. 08 53 13 300230 Window, vinyl double hung, 33” x 57” 5. 06 11 10 182005 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4” 6. 08 53 13 300270 Window, vinyl double hung, 37” x 57” 7. 08 53 13 300280 Window, vinyl double hung, 37” x 65” 8. 03 30 53 407000 Structural concrete, in place, stair landing, free standing 9. Existing brick to remain

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2028 FORBES AVE

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the roof deck The roof deck provides an outdoor environment for the roof flat owner as well as a small roof garden. It is split into two levels. Both levels are covered with wood decking. Overlooking to south the placement of the garden is ideal. It also has the amazing view of the Birmingham Bridge and the Allegheny River, making it a nice place to invite friends over and enjoy the view.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/ OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES: 1. 07 41 13 100300 Aluminum roof panels, corrugated, .0155” thick 2. 06 11 10 305000 Wood framing, roofs, rafters, 2” x 6” 3. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, including glazing 4. 06 15 16 100702 Wood roof decking, 3” thick 5. 06 49 19 101690 Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide 6. 07 33 63 100600 Green roof system, light soil 7. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 8. 08 14 13 103020 Door, solid wood, mahogany, 1-3/4” thick stile and rail 9. 08 53 13 300270 Window, vinyl double hung, 37” x 57” 10. 08 53 13 300280 Window, vinyl double hung, 37” x 65” 11. Existing brick to remain

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2031

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Tustin St

View of EXTERIOR BUILDING taken across from Tustin street looking northEAST This pictorial shows the expected activity in the streetfront. As there is a playground right across the house, families with children would be ideal for this house.

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View of THE SHARED BACKYARD taken across from fORBES SIDE looking SOUTHWEST This pictorial shows the expected activity in the shared backyard.

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Tustin St

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View of THE ROOFDECK taken across from fORBES SIDE looking SOUTH This pictorial shows the use of roofdeck and the Birmingham Bridge and Allegheny River View.

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T.O. Ro+o 31’-9” f Deck F in

ish

+ T.O. 3rd F29’-0” inish Ceil

ing

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+ 20’-6” T.O. 3rd Finish Fl

oor

+ 10’-6” T.O. 2nd Finish Floor

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+ 0’-8” Floor T.O. 1st Finish

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GENERAL NOTES:

4 2 12 11 10 6 6 10

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEY NOTES:

5 10 1

1SOUTH-WEST PERSPECTIVE NOT TO SCALE

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3 10 5 6 10

5 8 10 9 7

1 6

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GENERAL NOTES:

+ 31’-9” inish Deck F T.O. Roof + 29’-0” Ceiling T.O. 3rd Finish

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

+ 20’-6” T.O. 3rd Finish Floor

+ 10’-6” T.O. 2nd Finish Floor

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEY NOTES:

+ 0’-8 T.O. 1st Fin ” ish Floor

2SOUTH-EAST PERSPECTIVE NOT TO SCALE

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GREEN WALL

32 94 60 100804 Galvanized steel wire mesh, 8 gauge, 4” spacing 06 11 10 182005 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4”

NEW FRAMING

07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 07 25 10 100470 Weather barrier, exterior, polypropylene 06 16 36 100050 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 3/8” thick 07 41 13 100300 Aluminum roof panels, corrugated, .0155” thick 07 26 10 100880 Vapor retarder, recycled plastic, 4 ml thick 06 11 10 182005 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4” 06 11 10 182105 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 6” 06 11 10 140150 4” x 6” wood, column framing 06 16 23 100015 Sheathing, plywood, 1/2” thick 07 21 16 102220 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 12” thick 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, 3/8” thick 07 21 16 200120 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick 06 16 36 100700 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick 06 11 10 182255 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 12” 06 11 10 340320 1” x 3” treated wood sleepers 06 15 16 100702 Wood roof decking, 3” thick 06 11 10 182005 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4” 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 06 43 13 200110 Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 06 11 10 305000 Wood framing, roofs, rafters, 2” x 6” 05 71 13 501810 Spiral stair, shop fabricated, aluminum, 5’-0” diameter

EXTERIOR ACESS STAIRS

05 51 13 501700 Stair, shop fabricated, steel, 3’-6” W, incl 2-line pipe railing, stringers, metal pan treads, excl concrete for pan treads, per riser

WOOD SLAT SHEATHING

06 49 19 101690 Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide

SUPPORT STRUCTURE

06 11 10 140150 4” x 6” wood, column framing

MASONRY ENVELOPE

04 05 05 101030 Selective demolition, masonry, chimney, flue tile, soft old mortar, 16” x 20” Existing brick to remain

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21'-10 1/2"

3'-4 1/2"

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KITCHEN

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5'-2"

7'-2"

2'-6"

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18'-0" 2'-11"

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5'-10"

3'-2"

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GENERAL NOTES:

3'-4 1/2"

2'-11"

3'-2"

21'-10 1/2" 5'-11"

3'-0"

3'-0"

3'-4 1/2

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

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2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS8INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE5GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

UP

UP BEDRM 1

CL 1

CL 2

3'-0"

8

UP

17'-6"

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED LIVING RM IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

44'-0"

44'-0"

BEDRM 2

DN

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, DN INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, RM TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/ORDINING MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

3'-6"

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11 4 3

M. BEDRM 1

KEY NOTES: 1. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 2. 05 71 13 501810 Spiral stair, aluminum, 5’-0” diameter 3. 07 21 16 200120 Insulation, 3-1/2” thick, R15, 15” wide 4. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, 6” thick, R19, 15” wide 5. 08 14 13 103020 Doors, 1-3/4” thick, 3’-0” x 7’-0”, min 6. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, 7. 08 53 13 300230 Windows, vinyl double hung, 33” x 57” 8. 08 53 13 500190 Windows, vinyl picture, 59” x 71” 9. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, on walls, 3/8” thick 10. 61 11 01 82005 Wood framing, joists, 2”x4”, pneumatic nailed 11. 61 11 01 82105 Wood framing, joists, 2”x6”, pneumatic nailed 12. Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high KITCHEN 13. Existing masonry to remain 14. Plants

5 7

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3'-0 1/2"

7

5'-2"

3'-2"

2'-7 1/2" 3'-10 1/2"

4'-0"

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3'-0 1/2"

5'-2"

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2'-


2028 Forbes Ave 21'-10 1/2" 2'-11"

3'-2"

5'-10"

18'-0"

3'-2"

7

6'-9 1/2"

2'-11"

7

5'-10"

3'-2

8

7

9

9

BEDRM 1

11

M. BEDRM 2

4

3

3

22'-0"

4

10

22'-0"

11

10

3'-2"

CL 1

BATHRM

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44'-0"

UP

2

DN

10

BATHRM

DINING RM

13 3 4

1

3 11

14

DN KITCHEN

10

M. BEDRM 1

5

7

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7

5'-2"

3'-2"

7

2'-7 1/2" 3'-10 1/2"

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3'-0 1/2"

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5'-2"

3'-


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GENERAL NOTES:

3'-2" ARE THE5'-10" 6'-9 1. THESE2'-11" DOCUMENTS COPYRIGHTED3'-2" PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

14'-7 3/4"

1

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE7ANOTHER. ALL 7 PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING M. CONTENT BEDRM 2 INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

9 11

11

3

6

10

22'-0"

4 Deck Access

DN

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONALINFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

44'-0"

Deck

1

14

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS BATHRM PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

UP

2

DN

1/2"

KEY NOTES: 1. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 2. 05 71 13 501810 Spiral stair, aluminum, 5’-0” diameter 3. 07 21 16 200120 Insulation, 3-1/2”RM thick, R15, 15” wide DINING 4. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, 6” thick, R19, 15” wide 5. 08 14 13 103020 Doors, 1-3/4” thick, 3’-0” x 7’-0”, min 6. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, 7. 08 53 13 300230 Windows, vinyl double hung, 33” x 57” 8. 08 53 13 500190 Windows, vinyl picture, 59” x 71” 9. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, on walls, 3/8” thick 10. 61 11 01 82005 Wood framing, joists, 2”x4”, pneumatic nailed 11. 61 11 01 82105 Wood framing, joists, 2”x6”, pneumatic nailed 12. Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 13. Existing masonry to remain 14. Plants

DN

KITCHEN 5

7

4'-0"

3'-0 1/2"

Adapt. Transform: floor plans, 2031 Tustin st.

7

5'-2"

3'-2"

AT2.03

2'-7 1/2" 3'-10 1/2"


16'-0"

16'-0"

2031 Tustin St

5'-9 1/2"

5'-9 1/2"

7

SUN RM

5'-9 1/2"

7

10

5'-5"

5'-5"

DN KITCHEN

10

DINING AREA

3

13

13

5'-5"

10'-0"

7

4'-3 1/4"

60'-0"

4'-3 1/4" 5'-5"

3

BATH RM DINING AREA

60'-0"

10

7

7

4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

13

4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

3

28'-3"

5'-9 1/2"

KITCHEN

READING AREA

11

3

5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

31'-6"

13

10

5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

3

M. BEDRM 2

5'-0"

UP

5'-10 3/4"

1

5'-10 3/4"

14

10

4

LVING RM

12'-4 1/4"

31'-6"

2

13

11 UP

10

3

3 DN

31'-6"

3

11

10

UP

3

10

LVING RM

16'-9"

10

5'-10 3/4"

11

4 5'-10 3/4"

4

19'-1 3/4"

4

7

2'-3 3/4" 3'-3"

77

3'-6" 2'-3 3/4"3'-3" 3'-3" 14'-3 3/4"

AT2.04

7

3'-6"

3'-3" 5'-0"

22'-3 3/4"

7

3'-6" 3'-0"

22'-3 3/4"

Adapt. Transform: Floor plans, 2028 Forbes Ave.

3'-3"

3'-3"


16'-0"

7 ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

7

5'-9 1/2"

5'-9 1/2"

CL 2

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/ OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

5'-5"

5'-5"

CL 1

10

4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

3 BEDRM 2 7

4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

13

3

3

M. BATH RM

10

DN

5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

31'-6"

13

10

KEY NOTES: 1. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 3 2. 05 71 13 501810 Spiral stair, aluminum, 5’-0” diameter 3. 07 21 16 200120 Insulation, 3-1/2” thick, R15, 15” wide 4. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, 6” 13thick, R19, 15” wide 5. 08 14 13 103020 Doors, 1-3/4” thick, 3’-0” x 7’-0”, min 6. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, 7. 08 53 13 300230 Windows, vinyl double hung, 33” x 57” 8. 08 53 13 500190 Windows, vinyl picture, 59” x 71” 9. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, on walls, 3/8” thick 10. 61 11 01 82005 Wood framing, joists, 2”x4”, pneumatic nailed 11. 61 11 01 82105 Wood framing, joists, 2”x6”, pneumatic nailed 12. Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 13. Existing masonry to remain 14. Plants

5'-10 3/4"

11

DN

M. BEDRM 1 5'-10 3/4"

UP

7

2'-3 3/4" 3'-3"

5'-10 3/4"

5'-5"

5'-5" 5'-10 3/4"

4

CL 3 5'-10 3/4"

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

HALL

10

4'-3 1/4"

60'-0"

4'-3 1/4"

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

BATH RM

5'-10 3/4"

5'-9 1/2"

5'-9 1/2"

GENERAL NOTES:

BEDRM 1

60'-0"

ARC48_550

7

7

3'-6"

3'-3"

3'-0"

22'-3 3/4"

Adapt. Transform: floor plans, 2031 Tustin st.

2'-3 3/4" 3'-3"

AT2.05


AT2.06 5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

5'-5"

7

2'-3 3/4" 3'-3"

3'-6"

3'-3"

4'-3 1/4"

13

BATH RM

10

3

7

7

3'-6"

3'-3"

3'-3"

22'-3 3/4"

Adapt. Transform: Floor plans, 2028 Forbes Ave. 4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

7 4'-3 1/4"

5'-5"

5'-5"

10

LVING RM 11 3

4'-3 1/4"

60'-0"

4'-3 1/4"

DINING AREA

5'-10 3/4"

5'-5"

60'-0"

5'-9 1/2"

5'-9 1/2"

7

5'-10 3/4"

31'-6"

5'-10 3/4"

13 UP

31'-6"

5'-9 1/2"

5'-9 1/2"

2031 Tustin St 16'-0"

7

KITCHEN

DN

3

4

M. BEDRM 2 10 3

10 13


16'-0"

ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

DECK TERRACE

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

5'-5" 4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

4'-3 1/4"

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S 10 PITTSBURGH. STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF

5'-5"

5'-5"

1

5'-10 3/4"

3

5'-10 3/4"

KEY NOTES: 1. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 2. 05 71 13 501810 Spiral stair, aluminum, 5’-0” diameter 3. 07 21 16 200120 Insulation, 3-1/2” thick, 13 R15, 15” wide 4. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, 6” thick, R19, 15” wide 5. 08 14 13 103020 Doors, 1-3/4” thick, 3’-0” x 7’-0”, min 6. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, 7. 08 53 13 300230 Windows, vinyl double hung, 33” x 57” 8. 08 53 13 500190 Windows, vinyl picture, 59” x 71” 9. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, on walls, 3/8” thick 10. 61 11 01 82005 Wood framing, joists, 2”x4”, pneumatic nailed 11. 61 11 01 82105 Wood framing, joists, 2”x6”, pneumatic nailed 12. Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 13. Existing masonry to remain 14. Plants

5'-10 3/4"

5'-10 3/4"

DN

2

14 DECK GARDEN

31'-6"

3

5'-10 3/4"

10

DECK ACCESS

19'-1 3/4"

4

12'-4 1/4"

5'-10 3/4"

BAT

4'-3 1/4"

60'-0"

4'-3 1/4"

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

11

5'-10 3/4"

5'-9 1/2" 5'-9 1/2"

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

5'-5"

5'-9 1/2"

5'-9 1/2"

GENERAL NOTES:

5'-10 3/4"

60'-0"

ARC48_550

2'-3 3/4" 3

22'-3 3/4"

Adapt. Transform: floor plans, 2031 Tustin st.

AT2.07


AT2.08

Adapt. Transform: Floor plans, 2028 Forbes Ave.


ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

Adapt. Transform: floor plans, 2031 Tustin st.

ARC48_550

AT2.09


4 AT3.08

5 AT3.08

1 AT3.02

4 3

15

1 AT3.00

2

12

1 13 14

1 Section, 2031 tustin st scale: 1/8” = 1’

AT2.10

Adapt. Transform: section, 2031 TUSTIN ST.


ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES:

5

+ 40’- 0” T.O. Top of Loft

6

+ 31’- 9” T.O. Deck Finish + 29’- 0” T.O. Deck Access 3 6 7 8

+ 20’- 6” T.O. 3rd Level Finish 9

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

10 6 3

+ 10’- 6” T.O. 2nd Level Finish

11

+ 0’- 9” T.O. 1st Level Finish

12

0’- 0” Grade

1

13

- 7’- 5” B.O. Basement Slab

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES: 1. 07 21 13 100025 Fiberboard insulation, rigid, 1” thick 2. 06 11 10 182005 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4” 3. 07 21 16 200120 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick 4. 08 53 13 300230 Window, vinyl double hung, 33” x 57” 5. 06 16 36 100050 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 3/8” thick 6. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 7. 06 16 36 100700 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick 8. 06 49 19 101690 Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide 9. 06 11 10 182255 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 12” 10. 06 43 13 200110 Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 11. 07 21 16 102220 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 12” thick 12. Existing foundation wall to remain 13. Existing footer to remain 14. Existing concrete slab to remain 15. Existing brick to remain

Adapt. Transform: section, 2031 tustin st.

AT2.11


4 AT3.08

8 5 AT3.08

1 AT3.02

3 AT3.08

7 6

3

5

4 1 AT3.00

2

11 1

3

3 12

13

1 Section, 2028 Forbes ave scale: 1/8” = 1’

AT2.12

Adapt. Transform: section, 2028 forbes ave.


ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES:

+ 40’- 0” T.O. Top of Loft

+ 31’- 4” T.O. Deck Access

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

+ 21’- 0” T.O. 3rd Level Finish

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

9

3 11

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

+ 34’- 4” T.O. Deck Finish

11 1

+ 12’- 0” T.O. 2nd Level Finish 10

3

+ 2’- 6” T.O. 1st Level Finish + 0’- 0” Grade

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES: 1. 07 21 13 100025 Fiberboard insulation, rigid, 1” thick 2. 06 11 10 182105 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 6” 3. 07 21 16 102220 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 12” thick 4. 05 51 13 501700 Stair, shop fabricated, steel, 3’ – 6” wide, incl. railing, metal pan treads 5. 06 49 19 101690 Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide 6. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 7. 07 21 16 200120 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick 8. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, including glazing 9. 06 43 13 200110 Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 10. Existing brick to remain 11. Existing foundation wall to remain 12. Existing footer to remain

3 12

13

- 6’- 6” B.O. Basement Slab

Adapt. Transform: section, 2028 fORBES AVE.

AT2.13


1 9

2

3

4

8

Roof

5

10

6 2

Third Floor

2 Plans, 2028 forbes ave scale: 1/16” = 1’

10 7 8 9 1

1 existing exterior wall with ledger scale: 1” = 1’

Roof

Third Floor

3 Plans, 2031 tustin ave scale: 1/16” = 1’

AT3.00

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Existing exterior wall reinforcement/repair


ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

Existing Exterior Wall Reinforcement

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

Second Floor

First Floor

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/ OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

Second Floor

First Floor

KEY NOTES: 1. 06 16 36 100700 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick 2. 06 11 10 182255 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 12” 3. 06 16 23 100015 Subfloor, plywood, CDX, ½” thick 4. 09 64 29 100100 Wood strip flooring, fir, vertical grain, 1” x 4” 5. 09 23 20 100402 Gypsum plaster, on ceilings 6. 06 05 23 601400 Timber connectors, joist and beam hangers 7. 07 21 16 200120 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick 8. 06 11 10 182105 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 6” 9. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 10. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, 3/8” thick 11. 07 26 10 100880 Vapor retarder, recycled plastic, 4 ml thick 12. 07 42 13 203810 Aluminum siding, insulated, 8” wide 13. Existing brick to remain

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Existing exterior wall reinforcement/repair

AT3.01


Roof

Third Floor

10 1 7

9 1

2 Plans, 2028 forbes ave scale: 1/16” = 1’

11 12

Inside

Outside

1 Exterior wall section scale: 1” = 1’

Roof

3 Plans, 2031 tustin ave scale: 1/16” = 1’

AT3.02

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, new exterior walls

Third Floor


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ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

Second Floor

First Floor

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/ OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

Second Floor

First Floor

KEY NOTES: 1. 06 16 36 100700 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick 2. 06 11 10 182255 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 12” 3. 06 16 23 100015 Subfloor, plywood, CDX, ½” thick 4. 09 64 29 100100 Wood strip flooring, fir, vertical grain, 1” x 4” 5. 09 23 20 100402 Gypsum plaster, on ceilings 6. 06 05 23 601400 Timber connectors, joist and beam hangers 7. 07 21 16 200120 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick 8. 06 11 10 182105 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 6” 9. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 10. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, 3/8” thick 11. 07 26 10 100880 Vapor retarder, recycled plastic, 4 ml thick 12. 07 42 13 203810 Aluminum siding, insulated, 8” wide 13. Existing brick to remain

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, New exterior walls

AT3.03


Roof

Third Floor

1 2 3 2 1

1

Interior wall section

2 Plans, 2028 forbes ave scale: 1/16” = 1’

Roof

scale: 1” = 1’

3 Plans, 2031 tustin ave scale: 1/16” = 1’

AT3.04

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, new interior walls

Third Floor


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ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

Second Floor

First Floor

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/ OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

Second Floor

First Floor

KEY NOTES: 1. 06 16 36 100700 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick 2. 06 11 10 182255 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 12” 3. 06 16 23 100015 Subfloor, plywood, CDX, ½” thick 4. 09 64 29 100100 Wood strip flooring, fir, vertical grain, 1” x 4” 5. 09 23 20 100402 Gypsum plaster, on ceilings 6. 06 05 23 601400 Timber connectors, joist and beam hangers 7. 07 21 16 200120 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick 8. 06 11 10 182105 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 6” 9. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 10. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, 3/8” thick 11. 07 26 10 100880 Vapor retarder, recycled plastic, 4 ml thick 12. 07 42 13 203810 Aluminum siding, insulated, 8” wide 13. Existing brick to remain

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, new interior walls

AT3.05


44’ - 0”

22’ - 8”

20’ - 4” 3’ - 1”

3’ - 1”

3’ - 1”

3’ - 1”

2’ - 6”

3’ - 10” 1’ - 8”

3’ - 0”

3’ - 0”

3’ - 0”

3’ - 0”

3’ - 0”

3’ - 0”

3’ - 9”

16

7’ - 1” 2’ - 11”

13

3’ - 1”

12 14

17

15 15’ - 4”

3’ - 9”

22’ - 10”

3 roof section, 2028 forbes ave scale: 1/8” = 1’

59’ - 9”

27’ - 3”

18’ - 9”

7’ - 0” 6’ - 1”

5’ - 5”

5’ - 5”

5’ - 5”

11’ - 9”

7’ - 0”

3’ - 2”

5’ - 5”

4’ - 11”

3’ - 10”

3’ - 5”

12

13

14 3’ - 3”

16

1 AT3.07

17

15 27’ - 11”

2’ - 0”

13’ - 0”

2 roof section, 2031 tustin st scale: 1/8” = 1’

AT3.06

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, roof decking

2’ - 0”

12’ - 10”


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ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES:

1

2

3

4

5

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

6

7 8 12

3

9 8 7

10 11

1 Roof deck detail scale: 1” = 1’

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. Key Notes: 1. 06 16 23 100015 Subfloor, plywood, CDX, ½” thick 2. 07 26 10 100880 Vapor retarder, recycled plastic, 4 ml thick 3. 06 16 36 100050 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 3/8” thick 4. 06 11 10 340320 1” x 3” treated wood sleepers 5. 07 65 10 100020 Sheet metal flashing, aluminum, .013” thick, up to four bends 6. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 7. 07 21 16 102220 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 12” thick 8. 06 11 10 182255 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 12” 9. 07 22 16 100030 Roof deck insulation, ceiling sound board, 1” thick 10. 09 29 10 331000 Gypsum wallboard, standard synthetic, on ceiling, ½” thick 11. 09 23 20 100402 Gypsum plaster, on ceilings 12. 06 16 36 100700 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick 13. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, including glazing 14. 08 42 26 100020 Door, glass, swing, ½” thick 15. 06 43 13 200110 Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 16. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 17. Existing masonry to remain

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Roof decking

AT3.07


20

4

3

2

1

9 5 8 9 9 7 6 17 6 9 3 5 1

4 Loft Roof detail

19

scale: 1” = 1’

18 12 13 11

14

5 Loft Roof to wall connection

10

9

5

8

15

16

scale: 1” = 1’

6 11 21

3 Loft wall to roof deck connection scale: 1” = 1’

AT3.08

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, loft

18


4

23

13

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ARC48_550

24

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

21

7 16

6

25 19

24

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/ OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

5

2 2028 forbes: Loft Not to Scale

4

23 13 21 19

7

16

6

22

25

18

1 2031 tustin: Loft

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES: 1. 07 21 16 200461 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick 2. 07 25 10 100470 Weather barrier, exterior, polypropylene 3. 06 16 36 100050 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 3/8” thick 4. 07 41 13 100300 Aluminum roof panels, corrugated, .0155” thick 5. 07 26 10 100880 Vapor retarder, recycled plastic, 4 ml thick 6. 06 11 10 182005 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4” 7. 06 11 10 182105 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 6” 8. 06 11 10 140150 4” x 6” wood, column framing 9. 06 16 23 100015 Sheathing, plywood, 1/2” thick 10. 07 21 16 102220 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 12” thick 11. 09 29 10 300150 Gypsum wallboard, 3/8” thick 12. 07 21 16 200120 Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick 13. 06 16 36 100700 Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick 14. 06 11 10 182255 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 12” 15. 06 11 10 340320 1” x 3” treated wood sleepers 16. 06 15 16 100702 Wood roof decking, 3” thick 17. 08 44 13 100150 Curtain wall, aluminum, double glazed, including glazing 18. 06 49 19 101690 Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide 19. 06 11 10 182005 Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4” 20. 07 71 23 100700 Aluminum downspout, round, corrugated, 4” diameter, .025” thick 21. 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum 22. 06 43 13 200110 Prefabricated wood stairs, oak treads, 3’ wide x 2’ high 23. 06 11 10 305000 Wood framing, roofs, rafters, 2” x 6” 24. 05 71 13 501810 Spiral stair, shop fabricated, aluminum, 5’-0” diameter 26. Existing masonry to remain

Not to Scale

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, loft

AT3.09


25’ - 7”

’ 20

9’ - 2”

11 ” 9’ - 2”

1 2028 forbes: Exterior Stair enclosure Not to Scale

AT3.10

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Wood Slat diagram

20’ - 6”

20’ - 7”

32’ - 6” 8’ -

-4


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1

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

2

6’ - 4”

12’ - 10”

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

3’ -5 ” 19’ - 4”

3’ - 4”

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

9’ ”

-5

-3

3’ ”

17’ - 1”

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES:

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, wood slat diagram

AT3.11


1

10’ - 4”

2

5”

6’ - 4”

12’ - 10”

13’

3’ -5 ” 19’ - 4”

3’ - 4”

-3 ”

-5

36’ 2”

9’

3’ ”

’ 31

1 2031 Tustin: Exterior Stair enclosure Not to Scale

AT3.12

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Wood Slat diagram

” -8


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1 1 2 3

1

1

4

3

5

4 5 6

1

2

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

6 7 7

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

2 2031 Tustin: Slat Enclosure Scale: 3/4” = 1’

6 7 7

3 2031 Tustin: Elevation: Slat enclosure Scale: 3/4” = 1’

GENERAL NOTES:

1

2

6

ARC48_550

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. KEY NOTES: 1. 07 42 13 203810 2. 06 16 36 100700 3. 07 21 16 200461 4. 07 21 16 200120 5. 09 29 10 300150 6. 06 49 19 101690 7. 06 11 10 182005

Aluminum siding, insulated, 8” wide Sheathing, plywood, CDX, 5/8” thick Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 6” thick Blanket insulation, fiberglass, 3-1/2” thick Gypsum wallboard, 3/8” thick Exterior shutters, hemlock, louvered, 1” wide Wood framing, joists, 2” x 4”

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, wood slat diagram

AT3.13


3’ - 2”

3’ - 2”

8

4’ - 4”

4’ - 4”

8

3

3

3’ - 2”

9

3

5’ - 8”

5’ - 8”

3’ - 2”

9

3

1’ - 9”

3’ - 2”

4

6’ - 10”

5

1 2028 Forbes: sOUTH fACE: nEW doors and windows Scale: 1/4” = 1’

AT3.14

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, windows


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3’ - 2”

3’ - 2”

1

1 2

5’- 6”

5’- 6”

2

3

3

3’ - 8”

3’ - 2”

1

1

5’- 6”

2

1’- 9”

3’ - 2”

4 5

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

11’ - 7”

3

6’- 10”

ARC48_550

6 7

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. 4 Aluminum 2 3/8” sq post 5 Color Matched Vinyl Cap 6 Cap Washer 7 5” x 5” x 3/8” Base Plate, Weld to Stanchion Tube 8 #14 x 1 3/4” Flat Head Screw 9 3/8” x 3 3/4” concrete expansion anchor 10 Tension Cable 11 1/4” Rebar, 12” OC 12 Concrete, poured in place 13 Mixed Rubble

2 2028 Forbes: nORTH fACE: nEW doors and windows Scale: 1/4” = 1’

1

2028 Forbes: North Facade: New Windows and Doors SCALE: 1/4” = 1’

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, windows

AT3.15


3’ - 2”

3’ - 2”

3’ - 2”

1

2

2

2

5’ - 7”

3’ - 5”

5’ - 7”

1

5’ - 7”

1

3’ - 2”

1

3

1’ - 11”

3’ - 2”

4

2

11’ - 7”

6’ - 10”

5’ - 7”

5

3’ - 2”

1

5’ - 7”

2

1 2031 Tustin: sOUTH fACE: nEW doors and windows Scale: 1/4” = 1’

AT3.16

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, windows


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ARC48_550

3’ - 2” GENERAL NOTES:

5

6’ - 10”

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRECONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

6’ - 0”

6

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

3’ - 0”

5’ - 0”

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

5’ - 0”

7

2 2031 Tustin: East FaCE: nEW doors and windows Scale: 1/4” = 1’

4 Aluminum 2 3/8” sq post 5 Color Matched Vinyl Cap 6 Cap Washer 7 5” x 5” x 3/8” Base Plate, Weld to Stanchion Tube 8 #14 x 1 3/4” Flat Head Screw 9 3/8” x 3 3/4” concrete expansion anchor 10 Tension Cable 11 1/4” Rebar, 12” OC 12 Concrete, poured in place 13 Mixed Rubble

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, windows

AT3.17


3’ - 2”

3’ - 2”

1

6’- 0”

6’- 0”

1

3’ - 2”

3’ - 2”

1

6’- 0”

6’- 0”

1

7’ - 0”

3’ - 2”

6’- 9”

3

4 5’- 0”

1’- 9”

2

1 2031 Tustin: NorTH fACE: nEW doors and windows Scale: 1/4” = 1’

AT3.18

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, windows


SCALE: 1/8” = 1’

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5

5

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

3’ - 7”

3’ - 7”

5

5’- 9”

5’- 9”

5

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. 4 Aluminum 2 3/8” sq post 5 Color Matched Vinyl Cap 6 Cap Washer 7 5” x 5” x 3/8” Base Plate, Weld to Stanchion Tube 8 #14 x 1 3/4” Flat Head Screw 9 3/8” x 3 3/4” concrete expansion anchor 10 Tension Cable 11 1/4” Rebar, 12” OC 12 Concrete, poured in place 13 Mixed Rubble

2 2031 Tustin: West fACE: nEW doors and windows Scale: 1/4” = 1’

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, windows

AT3.19

6’- 0” 1’- 9”

5’- 9”

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

6’- 9”

5’- 9”

5’- 9”

5

5

5’- 9”

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

3’ - 7”

3’ - 7”

ARC48_550 6’- 0”

3’ - 7”

3’ - 7”


4

5

6

7

8

9

Forbes: porch railing detail 2 2028 scale: 1” = 1’ 10

2 AT3.14

1

9 11

2

12

3

13

3 AT3.14

1 2028 Forbes: front porch isometric Not to scale

AT3.20

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Porches

3 2028 Forbes: porch railing detail scale: 1” = 1’


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ARC48_550

5’ - 9” GENERAL NOTES:

4’-0”

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

4 2028 Forbes: Back porch Plan Scale: 1/8” = 1’

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS.

2’- 6”

11”

7 1/2”

5 2028 Forbes: Back porch Section Scale: 1/8” = 1’

3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

2’- 10”

3’- 0”

5’- 10”

3’ - 3”

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

17’ - 11”

6 2028 Forbes: front porch plan Scale: 1/8” = 1’

12’ - 3”

2’- 6”

11”

12

4 Aluminum 2 3/8” sq post 5 Color Matched Vinyl Cap 6 Cap Washer 7 5” x 5” x 3/8” Base Plate, Weld to Stanchion Tube 8 #14 x 1 3/4” Flat Head Screw 9 3/8” x 3 3/4” concrete expansion anchor 10 Tension Cable 11 1/4” Rebar, 12” OC 12 Concrete, poured in place 13 Mixed Rubble

13

7 2028 Forbes: front porch Section Scale: 1/8” = 1’

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, porches

AT3.21


1 2 3

2 AT3.16

4

1 2031 Tustin: Elevational detail: west Green Wall Scale: 1/2” = 1’

aSSEMbly detail: greenscreen

5 6 7 8 9

2 2031 Tustin: section detail: west Green Wall Scale: 4” = 1’

AT3.22

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, Green wall

a three dimensional, welded wire fabric. The modular trellis panel is the building block of the greenscreen system.


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ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE

INFORMATION PROVIDED THE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. 05 12 23 172800 Column, structural tubing, rectangular 05 41 13 304120 Partition, galv LB studs, 18 ga x 2-1/2” W studs 24” O.C. x 8’ H, incl galv top & bottom track, excl openings, headers, beams, bracing & bridging 05 51 13 501700 Stair, shop fabricated, steel, 3’-6” W, incl 2-line pipe railing, stringers, metal pan treads, excl concrete for pan treads, per riser 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum, satin finish, 2 rails, 3’-6” high, posts @ 5’ O.C., 1-1/2” dia, shop fabricated

10 11 12

2 AT3.16

1 AT3.16

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, green wall

AT3.23


6’ -

3”

8’ - 6”

12’

9’ - 0”

9’ - 0”

0” 9’ 31’

6”

9’ - 0” -0

10’

2”

2”

1 2031 Tustin: Exterior Stairs, Landings and Supporting Structure NOT to scale

AT3.24

Adapt. Transform: Assembly Details, access stairs

10’ - 0”

3’

10’

10”


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ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES:

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

9

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONTRACTS AND/OR PROCUREMENT. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE DOCUEMNTS. ANY AND ALL ENTITIES REFERENCING CONTENT INCLUDED SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME. NEITHER THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOR THEIR AGENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. 4. USE OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. 05 12 23 172800 Column, structural tubing, rectangular 05 41 13 304120 Partition, galv LB studs, 18 ga x 2-1/2” W studs 24” O.C. x 8’ H, incl galv top & bottom track, excl openings, headers, beams, bracing & bridging 05 51 13 501700 Stair, shop fabricated, steel, 3’-6” W, incl 2-line pipe railing, stringers, metal pan treads, excl concrete for pan treads, per riser 05 52 13 500080 Railing, pipe, aluminum, satin finish, 2 rails, 3’-6” high, posts @ 5’ O.C., 1-1/2” dia, shop fabricated

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED 6’ PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF 3 THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ” ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO.

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3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ENTITIES UTILIZING THE DOCUMENTS SHALL CONTACT OWNER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL ” -2 NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN 10’ RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE OWNER OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. ” -2 10’ OF ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND 4. USE INSTALLATIONS PROPOSED SHALL CONFORM TO: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MEASURES, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE, INDUSTRY FOUNDATION CLASSES, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEROPERABILITY, INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006, INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE 2009, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION, NATIONAL CAD STANDARDS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCE, AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

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1. An new foundation cerner is poured along with new footings within the existing basement for new collumns. Structural support is built within the remaining brick shell 2. Add first level flooring and frame first level walls 3. Add second level flooring and frame second level walls. Add interior stair from the first level to the second level. Add Exterior stair. 4. Build thrid level flooring, frame third level walls. Complete exterior stairs. 5. Build roof levels. Window placement into masonary openings. 6. Build loft structure. Add corregated metal sheathing to entry area. place mechanical systems and insulation into walls. 7. Add Exterior slats and green wall. Inteior finishing.

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CSi Designation

Description

Construction Aids 01 54 23 700935

Demolition 02 41 13 175900 02 41 13 331200

Scaffolding, steel tubular, heavy duty shoring, frame, buy, 6' high x 4' wide Demolish, remove pavement & curb, sidewalk, concrete, rod reinforced, 6" thick, with hand held air equipment, excludes hauling

02 41 16 170240

Minor site demolition, masonry walls, brick, solid, excludes hauling Bldg. footings and foundations demolition, floors, concrete slab on grade, plain concrete, 4" thick, excludes disposal costs and dump fees

02 41 19 210580

Selective demolition, gutting, building interior, residential building, includes disposal, excludes dumpster fees, maximum

Concrete Forming 03 11 23 752000 03 30 53 406800 03 30 53 407000

C.I.P. concrete forms, stairs, cast on sloping ground (length x width), 1 use, includes erecting, bracing, stripping and cleaning Structural concrete, in place, stairs (3500 psi), 3'-6" wide, free standing, includes forms(4 uses), reinforcing steel, concrete, placing and finishing, excludes safety treads Structural concrete, in place, stair landing (3500 psi), free standing, includes forms(4 uses), reinforcing steel, concrete, placing and finishing

Masonry 04 05 05 101030

Selective demolition, masonry, chimney, flue tile, soft old mortar, 16" x 20"

Metals 05 12 23 172800

05 51 13 501700

Column, structural tubing, rectangular, heavy section, 5" to 6" W, incl shop primer, cap & base plate, bolts Partition, galv LB studs, 18 ga x 2-1/2" W studs 24" O.C. x 8' H, incl galv top & bottom track, excl openings, headers, beams, bracing & bridging Stair, shop fabricated, steel, 3'-6" W, incl 2-line pipe railing, stringers, metal pan treads, excl concrete for pan treads, per riser

05 52 13 500080

Railing, pipe, aluminum, satin finish, 2 rails, 3'-6" high, posts @ 5' O.C., 1-1/2" dia, shop fabricated

05 71 13 501810

Spiral stair, shop fabricated, custom ordered, aluminum, 5'-0" dia, plain units

05 41 13 304120

Woods, Plastics, and Composites 06 05 23 601400

Timber Connectors, joist & beam hangers, galvanized, 18 gauge, for 2" x 6" to 2" x 10" joist

06 11 10 060012

1" x 3" wood bridging, for joists 16" O.C.

06 11 10 140150

4" x 6" wood, column framing

06 11 10 182005

Wood framing, joists, 2" x 4", pneumatic nailed

06 11 10 182105

Wood framing, joists, 2" x 6", pneumatic nailed

06 11 10 101060

Beam and girder framing, single, 2" x 12"

06 11 10 182255

Wood framing, joists, 2" x 12", pneumatic nailed

06 11 10 305000

Wood framing, roofs, rafters, ordinary, to 4 in 12 pitch, 2" x 6"

06 11 10 340320

1" x 3" treated wood sleepers, on concrete

06 15 16 100702

Wood roof decking, douglas fir, 3" thick

06 16 23 100015

Subfloors, plywood, CDX, 1/2" thick, pneumatic nailed

06 16 36 100050

Sheathing, plywood on roof, CDX, 3/8" thick

06 16 36 100700

Sheathing, plywood on walls, CDX, 5/8" thick

06 43 13 200110

Prefabricated wood stairs, box stairs, oak treads, no handrails, 3'-0" wide x 2' high

06 49 19 101690

Exterior Shutters, hemlock, louvered, 16" wide x 71" long

Thermal and Moisture Protection 07 21 13 100025 07 21 16 102220

Fiberboard insulation, rigid, for walls, 1" thick, R2.78 Blanket insulation for floors/ceilings, fiberglass, paper or foil backing, 1 side, 12" thick, R38, incl. spring type wire fasteners

07 21 16 200120

Blanket insulation, for walls or ceilings, kraft faced fiberglass, 3-1/2" thick, R15, 15" wide

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07 21 16 200461

Blanket insulation, for walls or ceilings, foil faced fiberglass, 6" thick, R19, 15" wide

07 26 10 100880

Vapor Retarders, recycled plastic, clear, 1000 SF roll (10' x 100' roll), 4 mil

07 22 16 100030

Roof Deck Insulation, ceiling sound board, 1" thick, R2.78

07 25 10 100480

Weather barriers, building paper, housewrap, exterior, spun bonded polypropylene, large roll

07 33 63 100600

Green roof systems, planting sedum, light soil, potted, 2 per S.F., 2-1/4" diameter, includes planting only

07 41 13 100300

Aluminum roof panels, corrugated or ribbed, painted, .0155" thick

07 42 13 203810

Aluminum siding, horizontal, colored clapboard, insulated, 8" wide

07 65 10 100020

Sheet metal flashing, aluminum, flexible, mill finish, .013" thick, including up to 4 bends

07 71 23 100700

Aluminum downspouts, round, corrugated, 4" diameter, .025" thick

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Openings 08 05 05 100210

Door demolition, exterior door, single, 1-3/4" thick, 3'-0" x 8'-0", remove

08 05 05 101520

Door demolition, interior door, 1-3/8" thick, remove and reset, minimum

08 05 05 202000

Window demolition, wood, to 12 S.F., includes trim

08 05 05 204300

Window demolition, bay/bow window, remove

08 14 13 103020

Doors, solid wood, decorator, mahogany, 1-3/4" thick stile and rail, 3'-0" x 7'-0", min

08 42 26 100020

Doors, glass, swing, tempered, 1/2" thick, 3' x 7' opening, incl. hardware

08 44 13 100150

Curtain wall, aluminum, stock, double glazed, including glazing, average

08 53 13 300230

Windows, vinyl double hung, grids, low E, J fin, exterior jambs, 33" x 57", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

08 53 13 300270

Windows, vinyl double hung, grids, low E, J fin, exterior jambs, 37" x 57", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

08 53 13 300280

Windows, vinyl double hung, grids, low E, J fin, exterior jambs, 37" x 65", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

08 53 13 500190

Windows, vinyl picture, 59" x 71", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

08 87 13 102000

Reflective Glass, solar film on glass, excl. glass, minimum

Finishes 09 23 20 100402

Gypsum Plaster, 2 coats, on ceilings, with perlite or vermiculite, lath excluded

09 29 10 300150

Gypsum wallboard, on walls, standard, 3/8" thick

09 29 10 331000

Gypsum wallboard, standard synthetic, nailed or screwed to studs, on ceilings, 1/2" thick, finish excluded

09 64 29 100100

Wood Strip Flooring, fir, vertical grain, C grade & better, 1" x 4", excl. finish Paints & coatings, walls & ceilings, interior, concrete, drywall or plaster, latex paint, primer or sealer coat, smooth finish, brushwork

09 91 23 720200

Shower Compartments 10 21 16 100420

Shower compartment, floor mounted, cabinet, no door, fiberglass, 36" x 36", includes bases, excludes plumbing

Countertops 12 36 23 130020

Countertops, stock, plastic laminate, 24" wide, includes backsplash, minimum

Plumbing Piping 22 11 13 232140

Pipe, copper, tubing, solder, 1/2" diameter, type L, includes coupling & clevis hanger assembly 10' O.C.

Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning 23 05 05 101100

Air conditioner, ductwork, rigid, 6" x 8", selective demolition

23 07 13 103160

Duct thermal insulation, blanket type, fiberglass, flexible, FSK vapor barrier wrap, .75 lb. density, 1" thick

23 09 53 105040

Control Components, thermostats, electric, timed, 1 set back

23 52 13 102060

Boiler, electric, hot water, 45 kW, 164 MBH, ASME, includes standard controls and trim Furnace, hot air heating, blowers, electric, 34.1 MBH, U.L. listed, includes standard controls, excludes gas, oil or flue piping

23 54 13 101100

Electrical 26 05 05 100290

Armored cable, (BX), #14, 3 wire, average 50' runs, electrical demolition, remove

SPECIFICATIONS: cSI DESIGNATION MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND.

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logistics funding alternatives

$ $

May be elligable for many types of federal, state, or private grants to cover part of the expenses of construction.

Urban Redevelopment Authority_Tax Abatement http://www.ura.org/pittsburgh_residents/tax_abatement.php If you purchase or build a new home or make home improvements on your home in the City of Pittsburgh your Allegheny County, City of Pittsburgh and District School taxes can be abated for 3 years. If the home is located within a Targeted Growth Zone (Uptown), your City of Pittsburgh, and School District taxes can be abated for ten (10) years after the property is reassessed. Pittsburgh Home Rehabilitation Program h t t p : / / w w w. u r a . o r g / p i t t s b u r g h _ r e s i d e n t s / h o m e _ i m p r o v e ment_loans.php a 0% interest rate to help income eligible City of Pittsburgh homeowners improve their homes. The loan term can be spread over 20 years, making your payment as low as possible. Homeowners may borrow up to $25,000 for a single unit home and $35,000 for a two unit home. In combination with the loan, we offer grants for an assortment of needs, among those: repair or replace the public sidewalk, improve the exterior of the home, remove lead hazard, and provide easier accessibility for homeowners with disabilities.

ownership

Let’s OWN (not Rent) UPTOWN. Pittsburgh currently has interest rates lower than national averages. Monthly payments for mortgage paid by the future owner goes toward accumulating equity on the house, whereas rent payments would otherwise go to the landlord. There are psychological advantages of ownership. It encourages neighborhood stability, and helps to rise the value of the property and thereby Uptown. Converting the newly renovated units in Forbes and Tustin into owned units, instead of rentals, is advisabe.

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contracts

The contract documents developed by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) are meant to serve as guidelines and forms for legal implementation of design and construction projects. Any additions subtractions or other changes should be made with the assistance and guidance of a lawyer.

A201: General Conditions of the Contract for Construction An integral part of the prime owner-contractor agreement, the general conditions of the contract sets forth the responsibilities of the owner, contractor and architect during construction. A201 contains references to owner-architect agreements and subcontracts and the flow-down of A201 into subcontracts and other lower tier agreements.

B101 Owner-Architect Agreement. Purposes: 1) Define use, size, location, program, budget, and delivery method for proposed project (2) Identifies key individuals who will represent the owner, architect, and consultants. A101 Owner-Contractor Agreement Basis of Payment is a Stipulated Sum) Defines six points (1) Identifies parties and architect (2) Defines the contractor’s scope of work (3) States when work begins (4) States when work is to be completed (5) States amount of contractor’s payment (6) Describes payment procedures C191: Multi Party Agreement. In this contract both a standard form multi-party agreement through which the owner, architect, contractor, and perhaps other key project participants execute a single agreement for the design, construction and commissioning of a Project. C191 provides the framework for a collaborative environment in which the parties operate in furtherance of cost and performance goals that the parties jointly establish. The non-owner parties are compensated on a cost-of-the-work basis. The compensation model is also goal-oriented, and provides incentives for collaboration in design and construction of the project. Primary management of the project is the responsibility of the Project Management Team, comprised of one representative from each of the parties.

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FUNDING DESIGN FUNDING LOANS

CONSTRUCTION FUNDING GRANTS

DESIGN AND PLANNING PROPOSAL

DEMOLITION STRUCTURAL SHORING

COST ANALYSIS BIDDING/ESTIMATING CONTRACTS

CLIENT MEETINGS

PERMITS / INSPECTIONS

09

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WINDOWS

CONSTRUCTION

BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

08

INTERIOR WALLS STAIRWELLS LOFT APERTURES FRONT PORCHES

FOUNDATIONS

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02

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WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT STRUCTURAL ENVELOPE CLEAR-SPAN STRUCTURE NEW STAIRS FRONT PORCHES DEMO OLD WINDOWS NEW WINDOWS

INTERIOR WALLS ROOFTOP DECK LOFTED ROOF GREEN WALL ELECTRICAL HVAC INSTALLATION INTERIOR FINISHING EXTERIOR FINISHING

04

05

06

07

08

09

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Acquisition Costs

Rate

Units

2031 Tustin Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 2028 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Parcel ID 0011-K-00158-0000-00

Total

1768 1806

LESS: Market Rate ADDITIONAL Appraisal ADDITIONAL Commission ADDITIONAL Transfer Tax

20% 2% 2% TOTAL

CSI

Hard Costs

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 12 22 23 26

General Requirements Existing Conditions Concrete Masonry Metals: Steel Wood and Plastics Thermal and Moisture Protection Openings Finishes Specialties Furnishings Plumbing Heating, ventilating, air conditioning Electrical

Rate

PLUS Construction Contigency

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Units

$

66,300.00

$

7,000.00

$ $ $ $

(13,260.00) 1,000.00 1,326.00 1,326.00

$

63,692.00

Total

0.2% 8.6% 0.3% 0.0% 21.4% 25.0% 8.7% 17.7% 8.2% 0.7% 0.6% 0.6% 3.2% 0.1%

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

882.48 35,146.16 1,166.73 13.72 87,287.90 101,939.64 35,459.04 72,072.45 33,292.00 2,710.32 2,394.88 2,358.00 13,130.82 212.00

5%

$ $

19,403.31 407,469.45

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Soft Costs Design Fee Permits Legal Accounting Insurance Real Estate Taxes Development Fee Impact Fee Bonding Fee

Rate

Units

13% 4% 2% 2% 501c3 Tax Exemption

of hardcosts

10% 5% 5%

PLUS Construction Contigency

5%

Total Development Costs

Rate

Units

Acquisition Costs Hard Costs Soft Costs PLUS Estimate Contigency

5%

FUNDING SOURCES Bank Loan (See Detail) Grants- community development economic development incentives

Rate

Units

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$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

52,971.03 16,298.78 8,149.39 8,149.39 1,000.00 955.38 (955.38) 40,746.94 20,373.47 20,373.47

$ $

8,403.12 176,465.60

Total

$ $ $

63,692.00 407,469.45 176,465.60

$ $

32,381.35 680,008.40

Total

Urban Redevelopment Authority_Tax Abatement http://www.ura.org/pittsburgh_residents/tax_abatement.php pay taxes for value of house accessed before improvements Pittsburgh Home Rehabilitation Program http://www.ura.org/pittsburgh_residents/home_improvement_loans.php really low to 0% interest rate loan $35000 for two unit home Client: Action Housing or the new homeowner???

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CSi Designation

Description

Construction Aids 01 54 23 700935

Demolition 02 41 13 175900 02 41 13 331200 02 41 16 170240 02 41 19 210580

Concrete Forming 03 11 23 752000 03 30 53 406800 03 30 53 407000

Scaffolding, steel tubular, heavy duty shoring, frame, buy, 6' high x 4' wide Demolish, remove pavement & curb, sidewalk, concrete, rod reinforced, 6" thick, with hand held air equipment, excludes hauling Minor site demolition, masonry walls, brick, solid, excludes hauling Bldg. footings and foundations demolition, floors, concrete slab on grade, plain concrete, 4" thick, excludes disposal costs and dump fees Selective demolition, gutting, building interior, residential building, includes disposal, excludes dumpster fees, maximum C.I.P. concrete forms, stairs, cast on sloping ground (length x width), 1 use, includes erecting, bracing, stripping and cleaning Structural concrete, in place, stairs (3500 psi), 3'-6" wide, free standing, includes forms(4 uses), reinforcing steel, concrete, placing and finishing, excludes safety treads Structural concrete, in place, stair landing (3500 psi), free standing, includes forms(4 uses), reinforcing steel, concrete, placing and finishing

Masonry 04 05 05 101030

Selective demolition, masonry, chimney, flue tile, soft old mortar, 16" x 20"

Metals 05 12 23 172800

05 51 13 501700

Column, structural tubing, rectangular, heavy section, 5" to 6" W, incl shop primer, cap & base plate, bolts Partition, galv LB studs, 18 ga x 2-1/2" W studs 24" O.C. x 8' H, incl galv top & bottom track, excl openings, headers, beams, bracing & bridging Stair, shop fabricated, steel, 3'-6" W, incl 2-line pipe railing, stringers, metal pan treads, excl concrete for pan treads, per riser

05 52 13 500080

Railing, pipe, aluminum, satin finish, 2 rails, 3'-6" high, posts @ 5' O.C., 1-1/2" dia, shop fabricated

05 71 13 501810

Spiral stair, shop fabricated, custom ordered, aluminum, 5'-0" dia, plain units

05 41 13 304120

Woods, Plastics, and Composites 06 05 23 601400

Timber Connectors, joist & beam hangers, galvanized, 18 gauge, for 2" x 6" to 2" x 10" joist

06 11 10 060012

1" x 3" wood bridging, for joists 16" O.C.

06 11 10 140150

4" x 6" wood, column framing

06 11 10 182005

Wood framing, joists, 2" x 4", pneumatic nailed

06 11 10 182105

Wood framing, joists, 2" x 6", pneumatic nailed

06 11 10 101060

Beam and girder framing, single, 2" x 12"

06 11 10 182255

Wood framing, joists, 2" x 12", pneumatic nailed

06 11 10 305000

Wood framing, roofs, rafters, ordinary, to 4 in 12 pitch, 2" x 6"

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Quantity

unit

8 Ea.

Labor Hours

Material

Labor

Equip't

0

$

110.31

$

20 S.F.

0.06

$

-

$

1.59

$

1198 C.F.

0.04

$

-

$

1.22

360 S.F.

0.08

$

-

$

7392 SF Flr. 0.09

$

-

147.5 S.F. LF 108 Nose

0.22

$

0.58

108 S.F.

4 C.F.

$

-

$

0.31

$

-

$

31.80

$

$

1.66

$

-

$

1,461.56

2.04

$

0.48

$

-

$

734.40

$

2.32

$

1.84

$

-

$

17,149.44

1.97

$

5.94

$

$

290.58

$

$

5.10

$

25.00

$

0.33

$

550.80

0.24

$

4.12

$

10.45

$

0.14

$

0.14

$

$

3.43

$

$

0

$

1.21

$

0.06

$

0.15

$

6.05

$

5.66

$

0.55

$

561.35

$

22.32

0.2

$

45.24

$

0.71

$

599.76

300 Ea.

0.05

$

52 Pr.

0.06

250 L.F. 64 Riser 272 L.F. 28 Riser

2000 L.F.

-

Ext. Equip.

882.48

10000 Lb.

$

Ext. Labor

$

-

-

Ext. Mat.

-

-

0.06

ARC48_550

-

Ext. Total

$

882.48

6.20

$

38.00

$

1,988.68

$

3,450.24

$

172.80

$

907.20

$ 13,601.28

$

30,750.72

876.15

$

-

$

1,166.73

$

2,700.00

$

-

$

3,286.44

444.96

$

1,128.60

$

-

$

1,588.68

-

$

13.72

$

-

$

13.72

$

12,100.00

$

600.00

$

600.00

$

13,300.00

-

$

1,512.50

$

1,415.00

$

-

$

2,927.50

$

19.54

$

35,926.40

$

1,428.48

$

1,250.56

$

38,605.44

8.13

$

0.86

$

12,305.28

$

2,211.36

$

233.92

$

14,750.56

$

29.47

$

3.07

$

16,793.28

$

825.16

$

85.96

$

17,704.40

1.28

$

2.14

$

-

$

384.00

$

642.00

$

-

$

1,026.00

$

0.57

$

1.88

$

-

$

29.64

$

97.76

$

-

$

127.40

0.06 $

2.50

$

2.57

$

-

$

5,000.00

$

5,140.00

$

-

$

10,140.00

400 L.F.

0.01

$

0.33

$

0.49

$

-

$

132.00

$

196.00

$

-

$

328.00

400 L.F.

0.01

$

0.53

$

0.49

$

-

$

212.00

$

196.00

$

-

$

408.00

4014 L.F.

0.03

$

1.42

$

0.89

$

-

$

5,699.88

$

3,572.46

$

-

$

9,272.34

200 L.F.

0.02

$

1.28

$

0.70

$

-

$

256.00

$

140.00

$

-

$

396.00

350 L.F.

0.02

$

0.53

$

0.71

$

-

$

185.50

$

248.50

$

-

$

434.00

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS

IMP34.01


06 11 10 340320

1" x 3" treated wood sleepers, on concrete

06 15 16 100702

Wood roof decking, douglas fir, 3" thick

06 16 23 100015

Subfloors, plywood, CDX, 1/2" thick, pneumatic nailed

06 16 36 100050

Sheathing, plywood on roof, CDX, 3/8" thick

06 16 36 100700

Sheathing, plywood on walls, CDX, 5/8" thick

06 43 13 200110

Prefabricated wood stairs, box stairs, oak treads, no handrails, 3'-0" wide x 2' high

06 49 19 101690

Exterior Shutters, hemlock, louvered, 16" wide x 71" long

Thermal and Moisture Protection 07 21 13 100025 07 21 16 102220

Fiberboard insulation, rigid, for walls, 1" thick, R2.78 Blanket insulation for floors/ceilings, fiberglass, paper or foil backing, 1 side, 12" thick, R38, incl. spring type wire fasteners

07 21 16 200120

Blanket insulation, for walls or ceilings, kraft faced fiberglass, 3-1/2" thick, R15, 15" wide

07 21 16 200461

Blanket insulation, for walls or ceilings, foil faced fiberglass, 6" thick, R19, 15" wide

07 26 10 100880

Vapor Retarders, recycled plastic, clear, 1000 SF roll (10' x 100' roll), 4 mil

07 22 16 100030

Roof Deck Insulation, ceiling sound board, 1" thick, R2.78

07 25 10 100480

Weather barriers, building paper, housewrap, exterior, spun bonded polypropylene, large roll

07 33 63 100600

Green roof systems, planting sedum, light soil, potted, 2 per S.F., 2-1/4" diameter, includes planting only

07 41 13 100300

Aluminum roof panels, corrugated or ribbed, painted, .0155" thick

07 42 13 203810

Aluminum siding, horizontal, colored clapboard, insulated, 8" wide

07 65 10 100020

Sheet metal flashing, aluminum, flexible, mill finish, .013" thick, including up to 4 bends

07 71 23 100700

Aluminum downspouts, round, corrugated, 4" diameter, .025" thick

Openings 08 05 05 100210

Door demolition, exterior door, single, 1-3/4" thick, 3'-0" x 8'-0", remove

08 05 05 101520

Door demolition, interior door, 1-3/8" thick, remove and reset, minimum

08 05 05 202000

Window demolition, wood, to 12 S.F., includes trim

08 05 05 204300

Window demolition, bay/bow window, remove

08 14 13 103020

Doors, solid wood, decorator, mahogany, 1-3/4" thick stile and rail, 3'-0" x 7'-0", min

08 42 26 100020

Doors, glass, swing, tempered, 1/2" thick, 3' x 7' opening, incl. hardware

08 44 13 100150

Curtain wall, aluminum, stock, double glazed, including glazing, average

08 53 13 300230

Windows, vinyl double hung, grids, low E, J fin, exterior jambs, 33" x 57", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

IMP4.02

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS


ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

200 M.B.F. 32

ARC48_550

$ 1,700.00

$ 1,400.00

$

-

$ 340,000.00

$

280,000.00

$

-

$

620,000.00

0.05

$

3.27

$

1.52

$

-

$

4,532.22

$

2,106.72

$

-

$

6,638.94

5544 SF Flr. 0.01

$

0.52

$

0.27

$

-

$

2,882.88

$

1,496.88

$

-

$

4,379.76

1600 S.F.

0.01

$

0.47

$

0.46

$

-

$

752.00

$

736.00

$

-

$

1,488.00

1600 S.F.

0.01

$

0.62

$

0.67

$

-

$

992.00

$

1,072.00

$

-

$

2,064.00

0.41

$

97.40

$

12.50

$

-

$

3,506.40

$

450.00

$

-

$

3,956.40

240 Pr.

0.8

$

194.81

$

24.21

$

-

$

46,754.40

$

5,810.40

$

-

$

52,564.80

1500 S.F.

0.01

$

0.47

$

0.44

$

-

$

705.00

$

660.00

$

-

$

1,365.00

1500 S.F.

0.02

$

0.72

$

0.74

$

-

$

1,080.00

$

1,110.00

$

-

$

2,190.00

8840 S.F.

0.01

$

0.44

$

0.20

$

-

$

3,889.60

$

1,768.00

$

-

$

5,657.60

8840 S.F.

0.01

$

0.41

$

0.17

$

-

$

3,624.40

$

1,502.80

$

-

$

5,127.20

1500 Sq.

0.22

$

3.60

$

9.80

$

-

$

5,400.00

$

14,700.00

$

-

$

20,100.00

1288 S.F.

0.01

$

0.47

$

0.29

$

-

$

605.36

$

373.52

$

-

$

978.88

8840 S.F.

0

$

0.13

$

0.07

$

-

$

1,149.20

$

618.80

$

-

$

1,768.00

48 S.F.

0.02

$

5.00

$

0.67

$

-

$

240.00

$

32.16

$

-

$

272.16

640 S.F.

0.03

$

1.70

$

0.73

$

-

$

1,088.00

$

467.20

$

-

$

1,555.20

1500 S.F.

0.03

$

2.36

$

1.37

$

-

$

3,540.00

$

2,055.00

$

-

$

5,595.00

1500 S.F.

0.06

$

0.73

$

2.06

$

-

$

1,095.00

$

3,090.00

$

-

$

4,185.00

200 L.F.

0.06

$

2.65

$

2.98

$

-

$

530.00

$

596.00

$

-

$

1,126.00

4 Ea.

0.8

$

-

$

19.73

$

-

$

-

$

78.92

$

-

$

78.92

16 Ea.

1.33

$

-

$

44.32

$

-

$

-

$

709.12

$

-

$

709.12

12 Ea.

0.36

$

-

$

8.97

$

-

$

-

$

107.64

$

-

$

107.64

2 Ea.

2.67

$

-

$

89.18

$

-

$

-

$

178.36

$

-

$

178.36

16 Ea.

1.14

$ 1,019.04

$

39.16

$

-

$

16,304.64

$

626.56

$

-

$

16,931.20

$ 2,175.00

$

340.00

$

-

$

13,050.00

$

2,040.00

$

-

$

15,090.00

1386 S.F.

36 Riser

6 Opng. 8 860 S.F.

0.18

$

64.00

$

8.20

$

-

$

55,040.00

$

7,052.00

$

-

$

62,092.00

10 Ea.

0.94

$

248.87

$

31.35

$

-

$

2,488.70

$

313.50

$

-

$

2,802.20

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS

IMP4.03


08 53 13 300270

Windows, vinyl double hung, grids, low E, J fin, exterior jambs, 37" x 57", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

08 53 13 300280

Windows, vinyl double hung, grids, low E, J fin, exterior jambs, 37" x 65", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

08 53 13 500190

Windows, vinyl picture, 59" x 71", including grill, J finish, low E, exterior jambs

08 87 13 102000

Reflective Glass, solar film on glass, excl. glass, minimum

Finishes 09 23 20 100402

Gypsum Plaster, 2 coats, on ceilings, with perlite or vermiculite, lath excluded

09 29 10 300150

Gypsum wallboard, on walls, standard, 3/8" thick

09 29 10 331000

Gypsum wallboard, standard synthetic, nailed or screwed to studs, on ceilings, 1/2" thick, finish excluded

09 64 29 100100

Wood Strip Flooring, fir, vertical grain, C grade & better, 1" x 4", excl. finish Paints & coatings, walls & ceilings, interior, concrete, drywall or plaster, latex paint, primer or sealer coat, smooth finish, brushwork

09 91 23 720200

Shower Compartments 10 21 16 100420

Shower compartment, floor mounted, cabinet, no door, fiberglass, 36" x 36", includes bases, excludes plumbing

Countertops 12 36 23 130020

Countertops, stock, plastic laminate, 24" wide, includes backsplash, minimum

Plumbing Piping 22 11 13 232140

Pipe, copper, tubing, solder, 1/2" diameter, type L, includes coupling & clevis hanger assembly 10' O.C.

Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning 23 05 05 101100

Air conditioner, ductwork, rigid, 6" x 8", selective demolition

23 07 13 103160

Duct thermal insulation, blanket type, fiberglass, flexible, FSK vapor barrier wrap, .75 lb. density, 1" thick

23 09 53 105040

Control Components, thermostats, electric, timed, 1 set back

23 52 13 102060

Boiler, electric, hot water, 45 kW, 164 MBH, ASME, includes standard controls and trim Furnace, hot air heating, blowers, electric, 34.1 MBH, U.L. listed, includes standard controls, excludes gas, oil or flue piping

23 54 13 101100

Electrical 26 05 05 100290

Armored cable, (BX), #14, 3 wire, average 50' runs, electrical demolition, remove

IMP4.02

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS


ACTION UPTOWN: OWN UPTOWN

16 Ea.

ARC48_550

0.94

$

243.00

$

41.50

$

-

$

3,888.00

$

664.00

$

-

$

4,552.00

4 Ea.

1

$

255.00

$

44.00

$

-

$

1,020.00

$

176.00

$

-

$

1,196.00

4 Ea.

1.46

$

402.42

$

48.65

$

-

$

1,609.68

$

194.60

$

-

$

1,804.28

60 S.F.

0.09

$

6.60

$

3.80

$

-

$

396.00

$

228.00

$

-

$

624.00

4800 S.F.

0.06

$

0.47

$

1.61

$

$

2,256.00

$

7,728.00

$

$

11,088.00

2000 S.F.

0.01

$

0.26

$

0.25

$

-

$

520.00

$

500.00

$

-

$

1,020.00

2000 S.F.

0.01

$

0.22

$

0.39

$

-

$

440.00

$

780.00

$

-

$

1,220.00

5544 S.F.

0.03

$

2.46

$

1.04

$

-

$

13,638.24

$

5,765.76

$

-

$

19,404.00

2000 S.F.

0.01

$

0.06

$

0.22

$

-

$

120.00

$

440.00

$

-

$

560.00

3.2

$

572.28

$

105.30

$

-

$

2,289.12

$

421.20

$

-

$

2,710.32

128 L.F.

0.27

$

9.89

$

8.82

$

-

$

1,265.92

$

1,128.96

$

-

$

2,394.88

300 L.F.

0.1

$

4.30

$

3.56

$

-

$

1,290.00

$

1,068.00

$

-

$

2,358.00

240 L.F.

0.05

$

$

1.12

$

-

$

-

$

268.80

$

-

$

268.80

240 S.F.

0.05

$

0.18

$

1.34

$

-

$

43.20

$

321.60

$

-

$

364.80

6 Ea.

1

$

35.04

$

37.41

$

-

$

210.24

$

224.46

$

-

$

434.70

2 Ea.

20

$ 4,545.45

$

700.82

$

-

$

9,090.90

$

1,401.64

$

-

$

10,492.54

2 Ea.

4.54

$

634.37

$

150.62

$

-

$

1,268.74

$

301.24

$

-

$

1,569.98

400 L.F.

0.01

$

-

$

0.53

$

-

$

$

212.00

$

-

$

212.00

4 Ea.

-

0.23

-

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS

1,104.00

IMP4.03


OWN UPTOWN is about reforging the direction of a community. It is about transforming two decaying buildings into 4 newly renovated homes. It is about creating new opportunities for reasonably priced housing that can be afforded by the many and not just the few. It is about improving the existing environment, adapting and reusing, not tearing it down and starting over. It is about finding the value in the existing, and recognizing potential that it possesses. It is about growth that won’t go away.

O W N UPT The Team thanks the Uptown Community and Action Housing for the opportunity to explore the potential of this adaptive reuse architectural project.



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