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table of contents Precedents Beit-Halochem Rehabilitation Center Fort Riley and Topeka Rehabilitation Centers

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Program Exterior Main Reception Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Orthopedics/Podiatry/Chiropractic/Sports Medicine Mental Therapy Common Areas

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Site Analysis Location And Background Physical Characteristics Wildlife and Vegetation Architecture

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Design Development Inspiration Concept Therapies Parti Parti Development Design

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Final Design Overview Plans Materials Renderings Elevations and Sections Furniture and Product Design Furniture

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Precedents

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Beit-halochem rehabilitation center

Architects: Kimmel-Eshkolot Architects Location: Be’er Sheva, Israel Project Team: Etan Kimmel, Michal Kimmel-Eshkolot, Ilan Carmi, Shachaf Zait Client: INZ foundation Project Management: Ramon Engineers Structural engineer: Roy Assaf Engineering Contractor: Minrav Engineering Project area: 6,000 sqm Project year: 2008 – 2011

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Site and Orientation

Precedent

Beit-Halochem is located on the outskirts of Beer Sheva close to the Negev Desert within an arid climate.

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Architectural Elements

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While studying the various volumes, threedimensional expanses, a unique language emerged, based on relationships between light and shadow, closed versus open, positive and negative. The bright sunlight makes it possible to achieve a three-dimensional richness by minor movements of surfaces.

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The structure was designed as an arrangement of “rock� like units grouped together.


Interior Elements

Public

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Between the “rock-like” units stretches a thin horizontal roof, and a courtyard is formed – intimate, inviting and protected, to serve the functions of the building – a home for disabled veterans and their families.

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Within the structures of private areas, thick walls provide shelter against the climate, which is so essential in the Negev desert. In contrast, in the public spaces a light material roof hovers over and protects the interior areas, creating shade and forming varied outer areas where it is pleasant to relax.

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Materials

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The architect used a combination of exposed concrete and wooden ceilings, glass walls and black floors.

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Private Public

2 Physiotherapy 3 Administration 4 Hydrotherapeutic Pool 5 Cafeteria 8 Sport Hall 6 Swimming Pool 7 Children’s Pool 1 Main Lobby

Precedent

Floor Plans

Circulation

Second Floor

First Floor

Views

1 Multi-Purpose Classes 2 Art Studios 3 Sport Hall

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Physical Characteristics

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Overhangings provide protection from the sun on southern facing walls.

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The building divides the site into new topographies, creating two ground floors on two different levels that are integrated to each other by the architecture of the building. In this way, maximal accessibility is achieved that takes into account the special needs of the users of the building.

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Fort Riley and Topeka Rehabilitation Centers

Exercise rooms don’t have a lot of room. Rehabiliation course outside is ideal and helps soldiers try walking on different surfaces and climb stairs in a safe environment.

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Precedent

Visits

Conference rooms need tables and chairs with equipment for skype as well as conferencing. Offices need storage as well as seating for patients.

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Visits

Exam rooms are closed off with curtains. More walled off exam rooms are ideal.

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Precedent

Visits

A simulated kitchen, room, and restroom helps soldiers practice everyday tasks.

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Program

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EXTERIOR FUNCTION

Street Entrance Parking Building Exterior Pedestrian Entrance Pick-up/Drop-off Areas

Recreation

Walking Course

SIZE (S.F.)

PLANNING RANGE/COMMENTS

2-14 lanes w/splayed sides for easy turns Easy access to building main entrance. Easy to read signage for approaching vehicles. Convenient to street entry, main entrance, and reception area. Directional signage. Visual outreach to Tuttle Creek Lake. Primary - adjacent to main reception room. Exterior eating, such as benches, sitting walls, etc. for parklike setting Lane wide enough Immediately adjacent to main entrance. Seating (benches, walls), trash and smoking recepticles. for 2 cars Overhang/Structure for weather protection. Accommodate one- Immediately adjacent to large group functions (lunch, mtg, training) could be next to pedestrian third of total staff in entrance. Could be a major view space from reception area. Seating (benches/walls), tables (dining, passive activities games), table umbrellas (semi-protection, decorative), moderate exercise. Accommodate different types of Easy access from physical therapy room. Benches, stairs with railings, steep stairs, bridges, different walking surfaces. types of paving.

MAIN RECEPTION Vestibule

Reception Station Waiting Waiting Powder Room

Gallery Small Theater Reflection/Meditation Area Small Research Library Book/Gift Store Café

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Transition area between exterior pedestrian entrance and the receptionist desk. Benches for waiting on pick-up inside. Air surge for slightly exaggerated temperature change. Immediately adjacent to a nd direct visual contact w/vestibule, doors, Adjacent to waiting area. Hub of internal office circulation. Easy-to-understand paths to entire building. Two workstations, both visible, or one screened. Parcel ledge to seperate visitors from receptionists. Avoid entrance and door drafts. Adjacent to reception station, gallery, and circulation paths to major office departments. Upholstered lounge seating (not too low or too comfortable) - use system for easy change or additions. Immediately adjacent to waiting area. Visual supervision by receptionist. Toilet. Sink in vanity. Immediately adjacent to waiting area. Acess from vestibule without walking through waitin area. Visual access from reception for basic security against theft/vandalism. Picture hanging system for walls. Pedestal system for sculpture. Freestanding exhibit system for additional 2-D display Films, videos, and other shows on war for display. Peaceful area. Area for patients and family to learn about a patient’s condition. Items for sale to buy for patients or themselves. Coffee and pasteries for sale.


PHYSICAL THERAPY FUNCTION

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PLANNING RANGE/COMMENTS

RECEPTION AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC 140 140 NA

PATIENT AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC Physical Therapy Exam

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Treatment Cubicle Cubicle Workstation

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Treatment Room

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Exercise Area Mat/Platform Area

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Dressing Room

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Wall Storage in Exercise Area Radiology Reading Room Gait Lane & Parallel Bar Area Extremity Whirlpool Hydro-Therapy Suite Whirlpool Workstation Amputee Training Area

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Clinic Waiting Reception Public Toilets

Minimum. Provide two seats per Physical Therapist and PT technician. 90% of seats @ 16 nsf and 10% of seats @ 25 nsf for handicapped waiting. One per clinic. Space will be provided in Common Areas.

One per projected FTE Physical Therapist. Minimum (allows for four cubicles). Provide 1.5 cubicles per Physical Therapist and technician at 110 nsf per cubicle. This is a treatment area, which is defined by a front wall and ceiling hung curtains with additional workspace outside the curtained area. The curtained treatment area is 96 nsf. One per every four cubicles. One per clinic to allow increased privacy for treatment. Provide one additional room for every eight projected Physical Therapists and technicians. Minimum, one per clinic. One exercise station per Physical Therapist and technician projected. Add 65 nsf per station over three. This includes the space for exercise machines, and includes Isokinetic machines. Minimum, one mat/platform per every four Physical Therapists projected. Minimum, one per clinic. Provide one additional dressing room for every fourtreatment cubicles. Minimum. Add 4 nsf (1 linear foot) of wall storage per exercise station projected over three. Provide if in Clinic Concept of Operations. One per clinic with greater than four Physical Therapists. One if in Clinic Concept of Operations. Special study required. If justified, this includes two extremity whirlpools, and one shower trolley. Provide if in Clinic Concept of Operations. Provide if in Clinic Concept of Operations.

STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC One per projected FTE Physical Therapist. Do not include residents. Resident’s cubicles are included in Physical Therapist Office 120 the Residency Functional Area. Private Office - Standard Furniture. One per projected FTE. This is an office for the senior NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office 120 physical therapy technician. One per every three or fraction of three projected FTE Physical Therapy technician. Note: Do not Technician Office 120 include the senior technician who is the NCOIC/LCPO/ LPO.

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FUNCTION

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PLANNING RANGE/COMMENTS

STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS (CONTINUED) - MINIMUM CLINIC Minimum. One per clinic with between four to eight FTE Physical Therapists. Combine with another clinic when less than four Physical Therapist. Conference Room 250-300 Copy Room 60 If more than six FTE Physical Therapists projected. For Copier/Fax/Mailbox distribution. Minimum 140 nsf for 10 FTEs on peak shift. Add 5 nsf for each peak shift FTE over 10. Maximum size Staff Lounge 140 is 300 nsf without vending machines and 320 nsf if vending machines are included. Minimum for the first 10 FTEs on peak shift. Add 2.5 nsf for FTE over 10. For staff without a dedicated Personal Property Lockers 25 office/cubicle space. Minimum of one for the first 15 FTEs on peak shift. Add one TLTU1 for every additional 15 FTEs on Staff Toilet 50 peak shift. Can be combined into multi-stall toilets. CLINIC SUPPORT AREAS Trash and Linen Collection Litter/Wheelchair Storage Crash Cart Alcove Equipment Storage Supply Storage Room Linen Storage

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One per clinic. One per clinic. One per clinic. Can be shared between several clinics if fully accessible to all. One per clinic. One per clinic. Minimum, provide 20 nsf per four cubicles.

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Minimum (provides seven seats). Provide two seats per FTE projected Occupational Therapist and OT technician. Provide 16 nsf for 85% of the seats and 25 nsf for 15% of the seats (handicapped waiting). One per clinic. Space will be provided in Common Areas.

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One per clinic. One per every three projected FTE therapists or technicians. (Do not round up). One per clinic when Ergonomic O.T. Services are provided. One if included in Clinic Concept of Operations. One per clinic when Neuro/Rehab Training Program offered.

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One per clinic when Pediatric Evaluation and Rehabilitation Program offered. One per clinic.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY RECEPTION AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC Clinic Waiting Reception Public Toilets PATIENT AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC Clinic Treatment Area Daily Living Skills Training Room (GP) Private Evaluation Area Ergonomics Laboratory Splint Fabrication Room Neuro/Rehab Training Pediatric Evaluation and Rehabilitation Patient Toilet

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FUNCTION

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PLANNING RANGE/COMMENTS

Patient File Area Forms/Literature Storage

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Conference Room

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Staff Lounge

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Personal Property Lockers

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CLINIC SUPPORT AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC Litter/Wheelchair Storage 60 Equipment Storage 200

Program

STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC One per projected FTE Occupational Therapist. Do not include residents. Resident’s cubicles are Occupational Therapist 120 included in the Residency Functional Area. Occupational Therapy Technician Office 120 One per clinic. This area will accommodate up to 3 Technicians. NCOIC/LCPO/LPO 120 Standard Furniture. One per projected FTE. Administrative Cubicle 60 Systems Furniture. Per projected FTE requiring a dedicated work -space but not a private office. Copy Room 100 For Copier/Fax/Mailbox Distribution One per clinic One per clinic One per clinic with between four to eight FTE Occupational Therapists. If less than four therapist, combine with another clinic. Minimum 140 nsf for 10 FTEs on peak shift. Add 5 nsf for each peak shift FTE over 10. Maximum size is 300 nsf without vending machines and 320 nsf if vending machines are included. Minimum for the first 10 FTEs on peak shift. Add 2.5 nsf for FTE over 10. For staff without a dedicated office/cubicle space. Minimum of one for the first 15 FTEs on peak shift. Add one TLTU1 for every additional 15 FTEs on peak shift. Can be combined into multi-stall toilets.

One per clinic. Minimum. One per clinic. Add 60 nsf for each FTE Occupational Therapist over six.

ORTHOPEDICS/PODIATRY/CHIROPRACTIC/SPORTS MEDICINE RECEPTION AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC

Clinic Waiting

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Reception

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Patient Education Cubicle Public Toilets

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Minimum. Provide three seats per each projected FTE provider for Orthopedic, Podiatry, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Chiropractic, and Sports Medicine. Provide 16 nsf for 33% of the seats and 25 nsf for 67% of the seats (handicapped waiting). Minimum, 140 nsf for the first eight providers. Increase 60 nsf for each increment of four providers over the initial eight providers. Include if in Clinic Concept of Operations. Includes a computer workstation for patient self-assessment, printing educational brochures, etc. Space will be provided in Common Areas.

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FUNCTION

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PLANNING RANGE/COMMENTS

PATIENT AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC Provider Exam Rooms Podiatry Exam Room

Cast Room Mobile X-ray Unit

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Radiology/Flouro Exposure Room Plaster Storage

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Patient Toilet

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Two per projected FTE provider. Do not count residents as providers. Resident’s exam rooms are included in the Residency Functional Area. Two per projected FTE podiatrist. Minimum. One per clinic. Allows for 110 nsf inside cubicle and 70 nsf outside cubicle curtain. If less than four providers, this also serves as the “Treatment Room”. For more than two providers. Cast room with two stations see chart for increase sizes at end of this chapter. One per mobile X-ray unit dedicated to the Orthopedic Clinic. One per Orthopedic Clinic when dedicated radiology technician assigned. Shared with Chiropractic Services, if required. One per cast room. One if number of projected FTE providers is between three and eight. Provide two toilets if number of projected FTE providers is between nine and fifteen. Provide three toilets if number of projected FTE providers is sixteen or more with a maximum of three toilets.

STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC One per projected FTE staff provider. Do not include residents. Resident’s cubicles are included in the Provider Office 120 Residency Functional Area. Nurse Manager Office 120 Private Office, Standard Furniture. One per projected FTE nurse manager. Nurse Workroom 120 Minimum. Add 40 nsf for each projected FTE nurse above four. NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office 120 One per Orthopedic/Podiatry Clinic. One per projected FTE requiring a private office. See Chapter 2.1 (General Administration). Some Administrative Personnel with examples are Group Practice Manager, Nurse Educator, Health Care Integrator, any staff who Private Office 120 interviews or counsels patients. Per projected FTE requiring a dedicated workspace but not a private office. See Section System Administrative Cubicle 60 Furniture Cubicle per projected FTE. Copy Room 100 For Copier/Fax/Mailbox distribution. STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS (CONTINUED) - MINIMUM CLINIC Forms/Literature Storage 100 One per clinic. One (250) per Department with eight to twelve officers or officer equivalents. One (300) per Department with thirteen to sixteen officers or officer equivalents. One (400) per Department with greater than Conference Room 250-400 sixteen officers or officer equivalents. Minimum 140 nsf for 10 FTEs on peak shift. Add 5 nsf for each peak shift FTE over 10. Maximum size Staff Lounge 140 is 300 nsf without vending machines and 320 nsf if vending machines are included. Personal Property Lockers 20 For staff without a dedicated office/cubicle space. Staff Toilets 50 Minimum for total clinic staff of at least ten.

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SIZE (S.F.)

CLINIC SUPPORT AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC Orthotics Laboratory Brace Shop, Lamination/Molding 200 Brace Shop, Sewing Room/Shoe Room 120 Brace Shop, Machine Room Brace Shop, Fitting Room Brace Shop, Adjustment & Modification Area Brace Shop Brace shop, Welding Area

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Clean Utility

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Soiled Utility Litter/Wheelchair Storage Crash Cart Alcove Equipment Storage Splint and Crutch Storage Viewing/Consult Room

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One per orthotics lab, for pouring and modifying plaster molds. One per orthotics lab. One per orthotics lab. This room houses: sanders, cutting machines, an oven and vacuum-forming machine for thermoplastic. One per Orthotics Lab.

Program

FUNCTION

One per Orthotics Lab. One per Orthotics Lab. If included in Clinic Concept of Operations. For up to 6 projected FTE providers (120). For 7-12 projected FTE providers (150). For more than 12 projected FTE providers (180). For up to 6 projected FTE providers (90). For 7-12 projected FTE providers (120). For more than 12 projected FTE providers (150). One per clinic. One per clinic. Can be shared between several clinics if fully accessible to all. One per clinic. Minimum. Add 20 nsf per projected Orthopedic providers greater than five. One per two X-ray Rad rooms.

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION SERVICES Provide three seats per provider for the maximum number of providers projected to be working in the clinic at one time, 16 nsf for 95% of the seats and 25 nsf for 5% of the seats (handicapped waiting). Clinic Waiting 60 May be combined with other services. Provider Exam/EMG Testing 120 One per projected FTE provider. 120 One per projected FTE provider. Provider Office CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES Clinic Reception

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Patient Toilets Back Treatment Room Treatment Cubicle Massage Room Rehab Gym

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Normally shared with Orthopedics / Podiatry. One if projected FTE providers are between three and eight. Provide two toilets if projected FTE providers are between nine and fifteen. Provide three toilets if projected FTE providers are sixteen or more with a maximum of three toilets. Two per projected FTE Chiropractor. Two per projected FTE Chiropractor. One if in Clinic Concept of Operations. One per four providers. May be shared with Sports Medicine.

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MENTAL HEALTH RECEPTION AREAS - MINIMUM CLINIC Clinic Waiting

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Reception Public Toilets Psychologist Office Nurse Practitioner Office Mental Health Technician Office

140 NA 140 140 120

Group Therapy

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STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office Private Office Administrative Cubicle Records Storage Copy Room Forms/Literature Storage Conference Room (GP)

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Staff Lounge (GP)

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Staff Toilets (GP)

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Minimum. Provide three seats per each projected FTE provider. Provide 16 nsf for 95% of the seats and 25 nsf for 5% of the seats (handicapped waiting). Minimum. Provide 140 nsf for the first eight providers. Increase 60 nsf for each increment of four providers over the initial eight providers. Space will be provided in the Common Areas One per projected FTE psychologist One per projected FTE nurse practitioner counseling patients Private Office, System Furniture One per clinic with less than or equal to three psychiatrists/psychologists. Two per clinic with more than three psychiatrists/ psychologists.

Private Office, Systems Furniture Private Office, Systems Furniture Per projected FTE requiring a dedicated work - space but not a private office. Minimum. Movable shelving. For Copier/Fax/Mailbox distribution One per clinic. Minimum use CRA01. One per Department with eight to twelve officers or officer equivalents. One per Department with thirteen to sixteen officers or officer equivalents. One per Department with greater than sixteen officers or officer equivalents. Minimum 140 nsf for 10 FTEs on peak shift. Add 5 nsf for each peak shift FTE over 10. Maximum size is 300 nsf without vending machines and 320 nsf if vending machines are included. Minimum one for first 15 FTEs on peak shift. Add one TLTU1 for each additional 15 FTEs on peak shift; can be combined into multi-stall toilets.

COMMON AREAS Toilet, Multiple – Toilet rooms containing two or more fixtures of the same kind, will have at least one handicapped fixture.

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Minimum (2 wc, 2 lav, 1 dc), (Female) provide 30 nsf per additional fixture plus an additional 15 nsf for each handicapped fixture, plus 10 nsf for additional diaper changing area. Minimum, (1 wc, 1 ur, 2 lav, 200 1 dc), (Male). Use 10 nsf for urinals. Same criteria as TLTF2


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Site Analysis

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Location

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The site of a new rehabilitation center to rehabilitate the wounded soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan war is located at the northern tip of Spillway State Park. It’s proximity to Fort Riley military base and Kansas State University is ideal.


Background The site is located not far from Manhattan,

Demographics

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Population 53,678 sity with a c o l l e g e a t m o White persons 83.5% s p h e r e . A g g i e v i l l e is Black persons 5.5% t h e h u b o f t h e c i t y ’s n i g h t l i f e . American Indian and Alaska Native persons 0.5% F a k e P a t t y ’s D a y is has Asian persons 5.1% become a traditional event held h e r e e v e r y y e a r. E v e n t s s u c h a s N a t i v e H a w a i i a n a n d O t h e r P a c i f i c I s l a n d e r 0 . 2 % the J u n e t e e n t h C e l e b r a Persons reporting 2 or more races 3.5% t i o n , the C o u n t r y S t a m Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin 5.8% pede Music Festival White persons not Hispanic 80.2% and the G r e a t M a n h a t t a n M y s t e r y C o n c l a v e are h e l d e v e r y y e a r. I t i s c u r r e n t l y rated number five by Forbes

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Site Analysis 31 Location and Background


Physical Characteristics

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The site rests nestled in the middle of hun-

rolling hills and tall grass known as the Flint Hills and adjacent to Tuttle Creek Reservoir. The dreds of acres of

hills provide a charming backdrop to the shim-

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mering sun-kissed waters of Tuttle Creek Lake with access to the shore close by.


Site Analysis

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On average, the warmest month is J u l y. The highest recorded temperature was 116째F in 1936. January is the average coolest month. The lowest recorded temperature was -31째F in 1947. The maximum average precipitation occurs in June.

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Wildlife

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T h i s re g i o n i s h o m e t o w i l d l i f e s u c h a s t h e

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Site Analysis

Vegetation

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Limestone sweeps Kansas State U n i v e r s i t y. I t i s o n e o f t h e a b u n d a n t m a t e r i a l s o f t h i s re g i o n . A rc h i t c h t u r a l s t y l e s r a n g e f ro m R o m a n e s q u e Revival to Gothic and Neo Renaiss a n c e t o a m o re m o d e r n s t y l e o f Durland–Rathbone–Fiedler Hall


Site Analysis

Architecture

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Design Development

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Pr a irie

W i l d l i fe

Fa mi l y

O ut do or Liv ing

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R e l a x

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Concept

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Design Development 41 Inspiration and Concept


R e t r e a t Concept

“Changing Lives One Day at a Time” organization has requested a design for a Rehabilitation Center to rehabilitate the wounded soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan war. They are committed to creating alternatives to war and violence through empowering and supporting the efforts of a wide network of citizen called “peace builders” in the United States and abroad. The Rehabilitation Center will provide Psychotherapy, Physical Therapy, Orthopedic, Occupational Therapy, as well as a community center, a peace room that will serve as a deliberation room, meeting room and as a conference room, peace gallery: an exhibit space that features art related to war and creates awareness about aftermath of war, a small theater where films, videos and other shows on war can be featured, a reflection-meditation area, a small research library, a small book/gift store and café as well as a director’s office and space for administrative staff. The Rehabilitation Center is empowered by three basic concepts: unite, nurture, and relax. The site chosen for this building lies on the northern edge of Spillway Park just outside of Manhattan, KS. With its close proximity to both Fort Riley and Manhattan, it is an ideal location for the soldiers and their families. Family and a support system are invaluable in the soldier’s healing. Some of the elements incorporated in the Rehabilitation Center will unite the soldiers and their support system during the healing process. Materials, color-palette, technology and innovative methods will be utilized to aid in the rehabilitation of the soldiers to provide the tangible components to assist in the nurturing the soldier. The different textures will break up the monotony while the color-palette of neutrals and a pop of color help unify or provide focus in the space. The location is placed in the middle of hundreds of acres of rolling hills and tall grass known as the Flint Hills and adjacent to Tuttle Creek Reservoir. The hills provide a charming backdrop to the shimmering sun-kissed waters of Tuttle Creek Lake with access to the shore close by. The gust of wind and sound of crickets surround one with peace. The natural environment creates a relaxing atmosphere. The building will mimic these tranquil elements to create a relaxing environment.

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P h y s i c a l

O r t h o p e d i c

O c c u p a t i o n a l

Design Development

Therapies

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To deal with cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning needs of warriors returning from war.

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To physically stregnthen the warriors.

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To mend and heal physical injuries.

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To help warriors regain their independence, meaning, and satisfaction in all aspects of their lives.

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Design

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Program Design Development 45 Parti and Parti Development


Parti Development

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Design

Design

Reflection/ Meditation Area Theater

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Vestibule 114

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Public Toilets

Circulation

Reception Cafe

Public Toilets

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Waiting

Book/Gift Store

Research Library

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Design

Reflection/ Meditation Area Theater

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Vestibule 114

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Public Toilets

Reception Cafe

Public Toilets

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Main Reception 115

Waiting

Book/Gift Store

Research Library

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Design Development

Design

NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office

Waiting

Reception

Psychologist Office Record Storage Group Therapy Forms/Literature Storage

Private Office

Copy Room Mental Health Technician Office

Staff Toilet

Conference Room Nurse Practitioner Office

Mental Clinic

Public Toilets

Staff Lounge

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Design

NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office Physical Therapist Office

Technician Office

Staff Lounge

Treatment Cubicle

Physical Therapy Exam

Treatment Cubicle

Staff Toilet

Exercise Area

Public Toilet

Reception

Copy Room

Radiology Reading Room

Supply Storage

Waiting

Trash and Linen Collection Wall Storage

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Dressing Room Gait Lane and Parallel Bar Area

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Equipment Storage

Conference Room

Wheelchair Storage Wall Storage

NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office Reception

Mat/Platform Area

Treatment Room

Psychologist Office Record Storage

Treatment Cubicle

Physical Clinic

Forms/Literature Storage

Private Office

Treatment Cubicle

Copy Room Mental Health Technician Office

Staff Toilet

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Staff Lounge


Brace Shop, Lamination/Molding

Design

Soiled Utility

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Conference Room

Brace Shop, Sewing Room/ Shoe Room

Staff Lounge

Clean Utility

Staff Toilet

Nurse Workroom

Brace Shop, Adjustment & Modification

WC Storage Nurse Manager Office

Plaster Storage Cast Room Brace Shop Fitting Room

Brace Shop, Machine Room

Splint & Clutch Storage

Provider Office Radiology/Flouro Exposure Room

Admin Personnel with Private Office

Viewing/ Consult Room

Equipment Storage Brace Shop

Provider Exam Room

NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office

Brace Shop, Welding Area Waiting

Patient Toilet Podiatry Exam Room

Orthopedic Clinic

Patient Toilet

Copy Room

Public Toilet Staff Toilet

Rehab Gym Forms/ Lit Storage

Provider Office

Reception

Staff Lounge

Massage Room

Back Treatment Room

Treatment Cubicle

Provider Exam/ EMG Testing

Provider Office Waiting

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Design Daily Living Skills Training Room

Ergonomics Laboratory

Splint Fabrication Room

Private Evaluation Area

Clinic Treatment Area

Equipment Storage

Staff Lounge

Public Toilet Pediatric Evaluation and Rehabilitation

Conference Room Staff Toilet

Occupational Clinic Conference Room

Staff Lounge

Forms/ Literature Storage Copy Room

Staff Toilet

Neuro/Rehab Training

Occupational Therapist

Patient File Area Occupational Therapy Technician Office

Nurse Workroom WC Storage Nurse Manager Office

Plaster Storage

Splint & Clutch Storage

Reception Waiting

Provider Office Radiology/Flouro Exposure Room

Admin Personnel with Private Office

Viewing/ Consult Room

pment age

Provider Exam Room

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Waiting

Patient Toilet Podiatry Exam Room Public Toilet

Copy Room

NCOIC/LCPO/LPO Office


Design Development

Design

Green Roof

Activities? Basketball? Mini Golf? Horticulture? Meditation Gardens?

Entrance

Design Development 53 Design


Design

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Design Development

Design

Design Development 55 Design


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Final Design

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Overview

Community Areas Art/Mental Clinic Physical Clinic Orthopedic Clinic Occupational Clinic Gardens for Everyone

First Floor 58

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Final

Overview

Ground Floor Scale 1/64”=1’-0”

Final Design 59 Overview


Plans

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1 Vestibule 2 Main Reception 3 Waiting Area 4 Waiting Area 5 Men’s RR 6 Women”s RR 7 Meditation Room 8 Research Library 9 Book/Gift Store 10 Cafe 11 Theater 12 Green Roof 13 Green Roof 14 Green Roof 14 Green Roof 15 Green Roof

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1 Art Therapy Reception 2 Waiting 3 Records/Literature/Copy Room 4 Staff RR 5 Men’s RR 6 Women’s RR 7 Staff Lounge 8 Office 9 Office 10 Office 11 Office 12 Office 13 Group Therapy Room 14 Conference Room 15Art Room 16 Ceramic Room

1 Orthopedic Therapy Reception 2 Waiting Area 3 Forms/Literature/Copy Room 4 Men’s RR 5 Women’s RR 6 Exam/Consulting Room 7 Exam/Consulting Room 8 Exam/Consulting Room 9 Patient Toilet 10 Radiology/Fluoro Exposure Room 11 Cast Room 12 Equipment Storage 13 Splint and Clutch Storage 14 Plaster Storage 15 Wheelchair Storage 1 Physical Therapy Reception 16 Office 2 Waiting Area 17 Exam Room 3 Staff RR 18 Treatment Room 4 Copy Room 19 Back Treatment Room 5 Men’s RR 20 Massage Room 6 Women’s RR 21 Staff Lounge 7 Office 22 Staff Toilet 8 Office 23 Rehabilitation Gym 9 Office 24 Patient Toilet 10 Staff Lounge 25 Office 11 Rehabilitation Room 26 Brace Shop/ Fitting/Adjustment and 12 Treatment/Exam Room Moderation Room 13 Treatment/Exam Room 27 Welding Area 14 Treatment/ Exam Room 28 Machine Room 15 Radiology Reading Area 29 Office 16 Exercise Area 17 Wall Storage/ Heating Pad Area 30 Office 31 Office 18 Linen Storage 32 Office 19 Storage 33 Office 20 Dressing Room 34 Staff Lounge 21 Wheelchair Storage 35 Staff Toilet 22 Equipment Storage 36 Conference Room 23 Conference Room 37 Brace Shop Sewing Room/Shoe Room/ 24 Amputee Trainin Area Lamination and Molding 25 Treatment Room 38 Clean Utility 26 Treatment Room 39 Soiled Utility 27 Treatment Room

Final

Plans 16 Community Conference Room 17 Public Gym 18 Swimming Pool

1 Occupational Therapy Reception 2 Waiting Area 3 Forms/Literature/Patient FilesCopy Room 4 Office 5 Office 6 Office 7 Conference Room 8 Neuro/Rehabilitation Training 9 Pediatric Evaluation 10 Public RR 11 Staff RR 12 Staff Lounge 13 Ergonomics Library 14 Splint Fabrication Room 15 Treatment Area 16 Daily Skills Training 17 Private Evaluation Area 18 Equipment Storage

Final Design 61 Plans


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Final Design 63 Plans


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Materials

Final Design 67 Plans and Materials


Renderings

Entrance

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Final

Renderings

Main Reception Desk Final Design 69 Renderings


Renderings

Cafe

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Final

Renderings

Gallery/Lounge Area

Final Design 71 Renderings


Renderings

Therapy Reception

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Final

Renderings

Exercise Room

Final Design 73 Renderings


Renderings

Lounge Area Outside Exercise Room

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Final

Renderings

Rehabilitation Room Final Design 75 Renderings


Renderings

Lounge Room

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Final

Renderings

Exterior 1 Final Design 77 Renderings


Renderings

Exterior 2

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Final

Elevations and Sections

East Elevation

South Elevation

Section going through one of the walkways

Section going through one of the gardens Final Design 79 Renderings and Elevations &Sections


Furniture Design

Reception Desk for the different therapies

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Final dEsign

Product Design

Planter to bring in the exterior

Final Design 81 Furniture and Product Design


Furniture

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Furniture Used in Waiting and Lounge Areas 1. Serie 50 (La Cividina) 2. Up_c (La Cividina) 3. Turi Turi (La Cividina)

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Furniture Used in Research Library 1. Pocket (Nurture by Steelcase)

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1. Crash Cart

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1. Critical Care Application (Herman Miller)


Final

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Furniture Used in Treatment/Exam Rooms 1. Folio Casegoods (Nurture by Steelcase) 2. Verge Stool (Nurture by Steelcase)

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Furniture Used in Conference Room 1. Fluent Storage (Kimball) 2. Senario Nesting Tables (Kimball) 3. Caper Stacking Chair (Herman Miller)

Final Design 83 Furniture


Furniture

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Furniture Used in Offices

1. Embody Chair (Herman Miller) 2. Median Storage (Herman Miller) 3. Tavolo XZ3 Table (Herman Miller)

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1. Nelson Swag Leg Round Dining Table (Herman Miller) 2. Eames Molded Plywood Dining Chair (Herman Miller)

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Furniture Used Outside

1. Qrater (Extremis) 2. Aria (La Cividina) 3. Romeo & Juliet (Extremis) 4. Ploff (La Cividina)

Final Design 85 Furniture


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