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INTEGRATED BUILDING SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SET

CHRISTOPHER BECK REBECCA MCGEE ARIEL RESNICK BRANDON WANG


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS G Series: Building Concepts, Site Information + Environmental Analysis and Energy Load

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L Series: Site Plan and Details with Solar Climate Data

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A-100 Series: Building Plans

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A-200 Series: Building Elevations

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A-300 Series: Building Sections

23

A-400: Principal Wall Sections

25

A-500 Series: Vertical Circulation

29

S Series: Structural Framing Plans (Schematic)

32

ME Series: Mechanical and Electrical/ Lighting Plan

35

A Series: Building Drawings

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1/2 SCALE DETAIL MODEL

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– SPOT ELEVATION REFERENCE

– GRID INDICATOR

– BUILDING SECTION NUMBER – BUILDING SECTION SHEET NUMBER

– WALL SECTION NUMBER – WALL SECTION SHEET NUMBER

– DETAIL NUMBER – DETAIL SHEET NUMBER

– EXTERIOR ELEVATION NUMBER – EXTERIOR ELEVATION SHEET NUMBER

– AREA NAME – AREA NUMBER

SYMBOL LEGEND

Christopher Beck Rebecca McGee Ariel Resnick Brandon Wang

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

139 DYER STREET

THE BEEKON

A200 BUILDING ELEVATIONS A201 SOUTH ELEVATION

A500 A501 A502 A503

VERTICAL CIRCULATION VERTICAL CIRCULATION SECTION A VERTICAL CIRCULATION SECTION B LIFE SAFETY PLAN

A400 PRINCIPAL WALL SECTION A401 PRINCIPAL SECTION A402 LOUVER DETAIL

A300 BUILDING SECTIONS A301 SECTION A A302 SECTION B

A SERIES – ARCHITECTURAL A100 BUILDING PLANS A101 GROUND FLOOR PLAN A102 MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN A103 WOOD SHOP FLOOR PLAN A104 METAL SHOP FLOOR PLAN A105 CLASSROOM FLOOR PLAN A106 CLASSROOM FLOOR PLAN A107 LOUNGE / LIBRARY FLOOR PLAN A108 ROOF PLAN

SOUTH ELEVATION AXONOMETRIC EAST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION PERSPECTIVE ELEVATION AXONOMETRIC LOUVER OPENING DETAIL LOUVER CONSTRUCTION DETAIL

A202 A203 A204 A205 A206 A207 A208

DRAWING INDEX G SERIES – GENERAL G100 TITLE SHEET G101 ZONING ANALYSIS G102 CODE AND EGRESS COMPLIANCE G103 SITE CONDITIONS G104 SOLAR ANALYSIS AND CALCULATOR

ME SERIES – MECHANICAL ME01 G FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ME02 M FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ME03 3RD FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ME04 4TH FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ME05 5TH FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ME06 G FLOOR MECHANICAL SYSTEM PLAN ME07 M FLOOR MECHANICAL SYSTEM PLAN ME08 3, 4 FLOOR MECHANICAL SYSTEM PLAN ME09 5, 6, 7 FLOOR MECHANICAL SYSTEM PLAN

L SERIES – LANDSCAPING DESIGN L101 LANDSCAPE SITE PLAN

S SERIES – STRUCTURAL S01 VERTICAL CIRCULATION AXONOMETRIC S02 STRUCTURAL FRAMING PLAN S03 FOUNDATION PLAN

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

TITLE SHEET

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THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


DOWNTOWN D-1-100

I-3E EDUCATIONAL ZONE

A Street: build-to zone of 0’ to 8’, with minimum build-to percentage of 80% 0’ build-to line

None

Front Setback

Rear Setback

PECK STREET

1. Access to loading docks and areas from A Streets is permitted only when the lot

Off street loading docks and areas shall be provided in accordance with Article 14 of this Ordinance and the following provisions:

604H – LOADING

structures without counting as an additional story.

4. The Downtown Design Review Committee may waive regulations pertaining to roof mechanical equipment to permit up to 100% of the roof to be covered by such

3. The Downtown Design Review Committee may waive this provision, provided that such equipment shall be mounted only in inconspicuous locations and painted and/ or screened in such a manner to reduce its visual impact.

1. Mechanical equipment located on the ground or on the roof shall be screened so as not to be visible to a pedestrian from within the right-of-way of an A Street abutting the property containing the building. The screening shall complement the design of the building through the use of similar materials, colors, finishes and architectural details. 2. Louvers, exhaust equipment, ducts, alarm devices, cable boxes, utility meters and other mechanical and/or electrical equipment shall not be mounted on an A Street façade.

ARTICLE 604E – MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

dedicated to active uses to qualify for a bonus .

Active ground-floor uses shall include the publicly-accessible areas of restaurants, retail, cultural or entertainment facilities, or other uses determined by the Downtown Design Review Committee to promote pedestrian activity and commerce in Downtown. A minimum of 25% of the area of the ground floor of a building shall be

ACTIVE GROUND FLOOR USES

in accordance with the design regulations of this Section.

2. The Downtown Design Review Committee may consider the physical changes required to the building or site if the incentive is granted, including interior alterations that affect the exterior appearance and character of the property, and may impose any conditions necessary to mitigate the visual impact of such changes,

1. All requests for development incentives shall be reviewed by the Downtown Design Review Committee at a public hearing in accordance with Section 1906 of this Ordinance.

Two types of development incentives are permitted in the D-1 District to encourage development that is compatible with the goals of the comprehensive plan: bonuses and transfer of development rights.

ARTICLE 603C – DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES

A STREET B STREET

B STREET

DYER STREET FRIENDSHIP STREET

602C – A STREETS AND B STREETS

Maximum height is 120’.

602B – MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT

Side Setback

12’ 3 floors D1-100 (100’)

Minimum Ground Floor Height Minimum Building Height Maximum Building Height

ARTICLE 602A – DIMENSION STANDARDS

requirements are based upon the street designations identified in Section 602.C.

Table 6-1: Downtown District Dimensional Standards establishes the dimensional standards for the D-1 Downtown District. These regulations apply to all uses within the district unless a different standard is listed for a specific use. Certain

ARTICLE 600A – GENERAL STANDARDS

ZONE DISTRICT

2014 PROVIDENCE ZONING ORDINANCE

2014 Providence Zoning Ordinance

A ST

ART GALLERY ARTS STUDIO EDUCATIONAL FACILITY – UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE INDUSTRIAL – ARTISAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN OFFICE

P = PERMITTED, S = SPECIAL USE

ARTICLE 1201 – USE MATRIX

P P P

P P S

D-1 ZONE

The I-3E Educational Institutional Overlay District is intended to encourage development in Downtown and along the City’s commercial corridors by permitting higher education institutional uses, student housing, and practicums in addition to a variety of commercial, entertainment, residential, public, and other uses in select areas. Compatible and appropriate mixed-uses are encouraged to promote pedestrian activity at street levels while encouraging full and varied use on the upper floors. This district is intended to encourage the development of educational uses while preserving and fostering the economic vitality of the Downtown and the City’s commercial corridors.

1105G – EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONAL OVERLAY DISTRICT

The purpose of Special Flood Hazard Areas is to ensure public safety; minimize hazards to persons and property from flooding; protect watercourses from encroachment; and to maintain floodplains’ capability of retaining and carrying floodwaters. The City elects to comply with the requirements of the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (P.L. 90-488, as amended). These flood areas are not marked on the Zoning Map.

ARTICLE 1105E – SPECIAL FLOOD HAZARD AREAS

10’

4. On both A and B Street facades, buildings over six stories shall have a recess line of at least ten feet above the third story and below the seventh story. The recess line should relate to the form of any buildings adjacent to or across the street from the building. The Downtown Design Review Committee may grant a waiver to allow a building in excess of six stories not to have a recess line if it is determined that the building can exist compatibly with neighboring buildings. In such cases, a transition line may be required.

3. Ground floors shall be a minimum of 12 feet from floor to ceiling to enhance the pedestrian streetscape, regardless of the overall building height. However, the firstfloor height of additions may align with the first-floor height of the existing building.

2. Building height and massing shall relate to adjacent structures.

1. Buildings shall be at least three stories in height. The Downtown Design Review Committee may grant a waiver to allow a building of two stories.

ARTICLE 606A – BUILDING HEIGHT AND MASSING

4. The maximum width of the driveway access to the loading dock/area is 24 feet. Wider curb cuts may be permitted by waiver if it is demonstrated that loading cannot be reasonably accessed given site conditions.

3. Interior loading shall be screened from view by solid, non-transparent doors which shall remain closed when the loading dock is not in use. The doors used to screen the docks shall be designed to be consistent with similar building elements, such as windows and doors, to reduce the industrial appearance of the loading area and be constructed of materials found elsewhere on the building.

2. Exterior loading docks are prohibited.

120’

D-1-150

VEHICLE CIRCULATION

A AND B STREETS

DISTRICT OVERLAY

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has no frontage on a B Street. For lots with A and B Street frontage, such access from an A Street may also be granted when the B Street is determined by the City Traffic Engineer to be substandard for loading access.

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RELATIVE BUILDING HEIGHTS

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ZONING ANALYSIS OF 04 SHEETS

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ZONING REGULATIONS

Dyer Street Dyer Street

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403.6 ELEVATORS Elevator installation and operation in high-rise buildings shall comply with Chapter 30 and Sections 403.6.1 and 403.6.2.

403.5.1 REMOTENESS OF INTERIOR EXIT STAIRWAYS Required interior exit stairways shall be separated by a distance not less than 30 feet or not less than one-fourth of the length of the maximum overall diagonal dimension of the building or area to be served, whichever is less. The distance shall be measured in a straight line between the nearest points of enclosure surrounding the interior exit stairways.

403.5 MEANS OF EGRESS AND EVACUATION The means of egress in high-rise buildings shall comply with Sections 403.5.1 through 403.5.6.

[F] 403.4.6 FIRE COMMAND A fire command center complying with Section 911 shall be provided in a location approved by the fire department.

[F] 403.4.2 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM A fire alarm system shall be provided in accordance with Section 907.2.13.

[F] 403.3 AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM Buildings and structures shall be equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Sections 903.3.1.1 and a secondary water supply where required by Section 403.3.3.

403.2.3.3 CONCRETE AND MASONRY WALLS Concrete or masonry walls shall be deemed to satisfy the requirements. of Sections 403.2.3.1 and 403.2.3.2.

403.2.1.2 SHAFT ENCLOSURES For buildings not greater than 420 feet in building height, the required fireresistance rating of the fire barriers enclosing vertical shafts, other than interior exit stairway and elevator hoistway enclosures, is permitted to be reduce to 1 hour where automatic sprinklers are installed within the shafts at the top and at alternate floor levels.

403.2 CONSTRUCTION The construction of high-rise buildings shall comply with Sections 403.2.1 through 403.2.4.

403.1 APPLICABILITY High-rise buildings shall comply with Sections 403.2 through 403.6.

SECTION 401.1 DETAILED USE AND OCCUPANCY REQUIREMENTS In addition to the occupancy and construction requirements in this code, the provisions of this chapter apply to the special uses and occupancies described herein.

CHAPTER 4 – SPECIAL DETAILED REQUIREMENTS BASED ON USE AND OCCUPANCY

302.1 GENERAL CLASSIFICATION Structures or portions of structures shall be classified with respect to occupancy in one or more groups listed in this section. A room or space that is intended to be occupied at different times for different purposes shall comply with all of the requirements that are applicable to each of the purposes for which the room or space will be occupied. Structures with multiple occupancies or uses shall comply with Section 508. Where a structure is proposed for a purpose that is not specifically provided for in this code, such structure shall be classified in the group that the occupancy most nearly resembles, according to the fire safety and relative hazard involved.

SECTION 301.1 SCOPE The provisions of this chapter shall control the classification of all buildings and structures as to use and occupancy.

CHAPTER 3 – USE AND OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION

101.2 SCOPE The provisions of this code shall apply to

SECTION 101.1 TITLE These regulations shall be known as the Building Code of Rhode Island, hereinafter referred to as “this code”.

CHAPTER 1 – SCOPE AND ADMINISTRATION

2015 International Building Code 2013 Rhode Island State Building Code

BUILDING AND EGRESS CODE COMPLIANCE

MIXED USE, MODERATE-HAZARD TOTAL SQUARE FOOTAGE 28,098 SF NUMBER OF FLOORS 6 PLUS ROOFTOP MAXIMUM CAPACITY 483

BUILDING TYPE F-1

1005.5 DISTRIBUTION OF MINIMUM WIDTH AND REQUIRED CAPACITY Where more than one exit, or access to more than one exit, is required, the means

1005.3.1 STAIRWAYS The capacity, in inches, of means of egress stairways shall be calculated by multiplying the occupant load served by such stairways by a means of egress capacity factor of 0.3 inch per occupant.

1005 MEANS OF EGRESS SIZING

1003.6 MEANS OF EGRESS CONTINUITY The path of egress travel along a means of egress shall not be interrupted by a building element other than a means of egress component as specified in this chapter. Obstructions shall not be placed in the minimum width or required capacity of a means of egress component except projections permitted by this chapter. The minimum width or required capacity of a means of egress system shall not be diminished along the path of egress travel.

1003.2 CEILING HEIGHT The means of egress shall have a ceiling height of not less than 7 feet 6 inches.

[F] SECTION 1001.4 FIRE SAFETY AND EVACUATION PLANS Fire safety and evacuation plans shall be provided for all occupancies and buildings where required by the International Fire Code. Such fire safety and evacuation plans shall comply with the applicable provisions of Sections 401.2 and 404 of the International Fire Code.

CHAPTER 10 – MEANS OF EGRESS

704.3 PROTECTION OF THE PRIMARY STRUCTURAL FRAME Members of the primary structural frame other than the columns that are required to have protection to achieve a fire-resistance rating and support more than 2 floors shall be provided individual encasement protection by protecting them on all sides for the full length, including connections to other structural members, with materials having the required fire-resistance rating.

704.2 COLUMN PROTECTION Where columns are required to have protection to achieve a fire-resistance rating, the entire column shall be provided individual encasement protection by protecting it on all sides for the full column height, including connections to other structural members, with materials having the required fire-resistance rating.

SECTION 703.2.2 COMBUSTIBLE COMPONENTS Combustible aggregates are permitted in gypsum and Portland cement concrete mixtures for fire-resistance-rated construction.

CHAPTER 7 – FIRE AND SMOKE PROTECTION FEATURES

603.1.3 ELECTRICAL The use of electrical wiring methods with combustible insulation, tubing, raceways, and related components shall be permitted where installed in accordance with the limitations of this code.

603.1.2 PIPING The use of combustible piping materials shall be permitted where installed in accordance with the limitations of the International Mechanical Code and the International Plumbing Code.

603.1.1 DUCTS The use of nonmetallic ducts shall be permitted where installed in accordance with the limitations of the International Mechanical Code.

SECTION 602.1 GENERAL Buildings and structures erected or to be erected, altered, or extended in height or area shall be classified in one of five construction types defined in Sections 602.2 through 602.5.

CHAPTER 6 – TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION

506.2.4 BUILDING AREA MIXED-OCCUPANCY, MULTISTORY BUILDINGS Each story of a mixed-occupancy building with more than one story above grade plane shall individually comply with the applicable requirements of 508.1. For buildings with more than three stories above grade plane, the total building area shall be such that the aggregate sum of the ratios of the actual area of each story divided by the allowable area of such stories, determined in accordance with Equation 5-3 based on the applicable provisions of Section 508.1, shall not exceed three.

505.2.3 OPENNESS A mezzanine shall be open and unobstructed to the room in which such mezzanine is located except for walls not more than 42 inches in height, columns, and posts.

505.2.1 AREA LIMITATION The aggregate area of a mezzanine within a room shall be not greater than one-third of the floor area of that room or space in which they are located. The enclosed portion of a room shall not be included in a determination of the floor area of the room in which the mezzanine is located.

SECTION 505.2 MEZZANINES A mezzanine or mezzanines in compliance with Section 505.2 shall be considered a portion of the story below. The area of the mezzanine shall be included in determining the fire area. The clear height above and below the mezzanine floor construction shall be not less than 7 feet.

CHAPTER 5 – GENERAL BUILDING HEIGHTS AND AREAS

1109.2 TOILET AND BATHING FACILITIES Each toilet room and bathing room shall be accessible. Where a floor level is not required to be connected by an accessible route, the only toilet rooms or bathing rooms provided within the facility shall not be located on the inaccessible floor. Except as provided for in Sections 1109.2.2 and 1109.2.3, at least one of each type of fixture, element, control or dispenser in each accessible toilet room and bathing room shall be accessible. f

1105.1 PUBLIC ENTRANCES In addition to accessible entrances required by Sections 1105.1.1 through 1105.1.7, at least 60 percent of all public entrances shall be accessible.

1104.3 CONNECTED SPACES When a building or portion of a building is required to be accessible, at least one accessible route shall be provided to each portion of the building, to accessible building entrances connecting accessible pedestrian walkways and to the public way.

1104.1 SITE ARRIVAL POINTS At least one accessible route within the site shall be provided from public transportation stops, accessible parking, accessible passenger loading zones, and public streets or sidewalks to the accessible building entrance served.

1103.2.9 EQUIPMENT SPACES Spaces frequented only by service personnel for maintenance, repair or occasional monitoring of equipment are not required to comply with this chapter.

SECTION 1103.1 ACCESSIBILITY WHERE REQUIRED Sites, buildings, structures, facilities, elements and spaces, temporary or permanent, shall be accessible to individuals with disabilities.

CHAPTER 11 – ACCESSIBILITY

1009.6.3 AREA OF REFUGE SIZE Each area of refuge shall be sized to accommodate one wheelchair space of 30 inches by 48 inches for each 200 occupants or portion thereof, based on the occupant load of the area of refuge and areas served by the area of refuge. Such wheelchair spaces shall not reduce the means of egress minimum width or required capacity. Access to any of the required wheelchair spaces in an area of refuge shall not be obstructed by more than one adjoining wheelchair space.

1009.3 STAIRWAYS In order to be considered part of an accessible means of egress, a stairway between stories shall have a clear width of 48 inches minimum between handrails and shall either incorporate an area of refuge within an enlarged floor-level landing or shall be accessed from an area of refuge complying with Section 1009.6. Exit access stairways that connect levels in the same story are not permitted as part of an accessible means of egress.

1009.2.1 ELEVATORS REQUIRED In buildings where a required accessible floor is four or more stories above or below a level of exit discharge, not less than one required accessible means of egress shall be an elevator complying with Section 1009.4.

1007.1.1 TWO EXITS OR EXIT ACCESS DOORWAYS Where two exits, exit access doorways, exit access stairways or ramps, or any combination thereof, are required from any portion of the exit access, they shall be placed a distance apart equal to not less than one-half of the length of the maximum overall diagonal dimension of the building or area to be served measured in a straight line between them. Interlocking or scissor stairways shall be counted as one exit stairway.

1006.3.1 TABLE OF MINIMUM NUMBER OF EXITS OR ACCESS TO EXITS Occupant load Minimum number of exits 1 – 500 2

1006.3 EGRESS FROM STORIES OR OCCUPIED ROOFS The means of egress system serving any story or occupied roof shall be provided with the number of exits or access to exits based on the aggregate occupant load served in accordance with this section. The path of egress travel to an exit shall not pass through more than one adjacent story.

1006.2.1 EGRESS BASED ON OCCUPANCT LOAD AND COMMON PATH OF EGRESS TRAVEL DISTANCE Two exits or exit access doorways from any space shall be provided where the design occupant load or the common path of egress travel distance exceeds the values listed in Table 1006.2.1.

1005.7.1 DOORS Doors, when fully opened, shall not reduce the required width by more than 7 inches. Doors in any position shall not reduce the required width by more than one-half.

of egress shall be configured such that any loss of any one exit, or access to one exit, shall not reduced the available capacity or width to less than 50 percent of the required capacity or width.

(4816) 4536 280

Floor 3 METAL SHOP STORAGE

2360

28,098 sf

15

1010

Total

100

1520

LOUNGE

20

200

50

200

50

Area Per Occ.

Gross sf, unless noted

LIBRARY

(4816)

CLASSROOM Floor 6

(4816)

280

STORAGE Floor 5

4536

WOOD SHOP

(4816)

1283

Mezzanine

Floor 4

4816

Square feet (sf)

Egress Occupancy Load Ground Floor

Area in Building

OCCUPANCY LOAD

Allowable Exit Access Travel: 75’ Length of Exit Access Travel: 74’-1” Required Egress Capacity: 483 Provided Egress Capacity (483/0.2): 2415

EGRESS

497

67

15

118

1

91

1

91

22

90

Occupants

Total Load

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41° 49' 26'' N

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SITE ANALYSIS Climate: Wind

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SITE ANALYSIS Climate: Wind

Web Soil Survey National Cooperative Soil Survey

Map Scale: 1:2,250 if printed on A landscape (11" x 8.5") sheet. Meters 0 30 60 120 180 Feet 0 100 200 400 600 Map projection: Web Mercator Corner coordinates: WGS84 Edge tics: UTM Zone 19N WGS84

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Natural Resources Conservation Service

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SITE ANALYSIS Topography

EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY

SITE ANALYSIS Climate: Wind

71° 24' 38'' W

SITE ANALYSIS Climate: Wind

41° 49' 16'' N

41° 49' 26'' N

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Soil Map—State of Rhode Island: Bristol, Kent, Newport, Providence, and Washington Counties 71° 24' 17'' W 71° 24' 17'' W

SOIL CONDITIONS

0 BEDROCK 20FT Below Sea Level

Parent Material: Human Transported Land

URBAN LAND (UR)

UR WS

Parent Material: Coarse-loamy lodgment till derived from granite and/or schist and/or gneiss

PAXTON-URBAN LAND COMPLEX (PD)

UR

PD

December 21

September 21

June 21

March 21

WIND SPEED AND DIRECTION

WATER, SALINE (WS)

SITE ANALYSIS Surface + Subsurface Conditions

SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS

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8:00 AM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM

7:10 AM sunrise 4:18 PM sundown

WINTER SOLSTICE December 21

8:00 AM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM

6:24 AM sunrise 5:34 PM sundown

AUTUMN EQUINOX September 21

8:00 AM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM

5:11 AM sunrise 8:24 PM sundown

SUMMER SOLSTICE June 21

8:00 AM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM

6:24 AM sunrise 5:34 PM sundown

SPRING EQUINOX March 21

ACTUAL SOLAR PANEL AREA 1962 sf Yield of 34,664 kWh per year 34,664 / 342,796 kWh = 10% Offset with 90% non-solar power

TOTAL ROOF AREA 4816 sf Yield of 85,050 kWh per year 85,050 / 342,796 kWh = 24% Offset with 76% non-solar power

PHOTOVOLTAIC WATTS CAPACITY CALCULATOR

EXISTING CONDITIONS – YEARLY ANALYSIS

85,050 kWh

AC ENERGY Annual Total

APPROXIMATE ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN BUILDING 12.2 kWh/sf /year 342,795.6 kWh

ENERGY VALUE Annual Total $6,889

4.60

Annual Total

MONTHLY SOLAR RADIATION January 3.39 kWh / m2 / day February 4.27 March 4.85 April 5.19 May 5.24 June 5.42 July 5.72 August 5.68 September 4.66 October 4.57 November 3.32 December 2.86

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Initial Cost

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Average Cost of Electricity Purchased from Utility

Initial Economic Comparison

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Array Type Array Tilt

System Losses

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DC System Size

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Latitude

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Requested Location

Location and Station Identification

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5.19

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4.27 4.85

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RESULTS

PROVIDENCE 2020 PROJECTION – YEARLY ANALYSIS

1/1

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS SEASONAL SHADOWED AREAS OF 04 SHEETS

G104

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

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R

F

H

S D N

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P E C K S T R

T E E R T

S

E E T

EN VE

IP

ID RI

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

SITE PLAN OF 01 SHEET

L01

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

P V RO CE R

DY E R S T R E E T

9


PECK STREET

A

B

C

D

1 A502

1

2

CHASE

15’

ATRIUM

3

4816 sq. ft

19’

5

A204 1 A202

01

E

19’

7

15’

03

E

a

R A2

IP STREE

T FRIENDSH

01

8

1

7’

A301

9

1 A501

b

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

10 A201

E DY 01

T

A302 2

OF 04 SHEETS

A101

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

EE

R ST

b


A

B

C

D

E

1

A502

1

2

E.P.S.

a

15’

3

19’

5

A202

01

E

19’

1283 sq. ft

MEZZANINE

7

15’

03 01

8

1

A 1

b

2 10

7’

E.P.S.

A301

9

1 A501

b

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN OF 04 SHEETS

A102

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

01 A201

A302 2

A204

1

11

A2


1

A

B

C

D

E

1 A502

1

2

E.P.S.

a

15’

3

19’

5

280 sq. ft

MECHANICAL

1852 sq. ft

WOOD SHOP

A202

01

E

19’

7

15’

03 01

01 A201

8

1

7’

A301

9

1 A501

b

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

3RD FLOOR PLAN

12 2

OF 04 SHEETS

A103

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

A204

A302

A2

b


A

B

C

D

E

1 A502

1

2

E.P.S.

a

15’

3

19’

5

280 sq. ft

MECHANICAL

1852 sq. ft

METAL SHOP

A202

01

E

19’

7

15’

03 01

8

1

7’

A301

9

1 A501

b

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

4TH FLOOR PLAN OF 04 SHEETS

A104

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

b

01 A201

A302

2

A204 1

13

A2


1

A

B

C

D

E

1 A502

1

2

E.P.S.

a

b

15’

3

19’

2360 sq. ft

CLASSROOM

5

280 sq. ft

MECHANICAL

A202

01

E

19’

7

15’

03 01

01 A201

8

1

7’

A301

9

1 A501

b

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

5TH FLOOR PLAN

14 2

OF 04 SHEETS

A105

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

A204

A302

A2


A

B

C

D

E

1 A502

1

2

E.P.S.

a

b

15’

3

19’

2360 sq. ft

CLASSROOM

5

280 sq. ft

MECHANICAL

A202

01

E

19’

7

15’

03 01

8

1

7’

A301

9

1 A501

b

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

6TH FLOOR PLAN OF 04 SHEETS

A106

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

01 A201

A302

2

A204 1

15

A2


1

A

B

C

D

E

1 A502

1

2

E.P.S.

a

01

LIBRARY

b

15’

1010 sq. ft

LOUNGE

1520 sq. ft

3

19’

5

280 sq. ft

MECHANICAL

A202

01

E

19’

7

15’

03 01

A201

8

1

7’

A301

9

1 A501

b

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

7TH FLOOR PLAN

16 2

OF 04 SHEETS

A107

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

A204

A302

A2


A

B

C

D

E

1

2

a

15’

3

19’

5

A202

01

E

1

19���

A508

7

15’

03 01

b

8

1

7’

A301

9

b

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

SOLAR COLLECTOR DETAIL

~44” x 88”, 26 sf collection area ~12 tube collectors ~78.5% optical efficiency ~8.4 kJ thermal capacity

VITOSOL 2OO-T, SP2A VACUUM TUBE SOLAR COLLECTORS (74 count)

VEISSMANN MANUFACTURING

01

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

ROOF PLAN OF 04 SHEETS

A108

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

01 A201

A302

2

A204 1

17

A2


20 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

+ 8 FT

GROUND

+ 23 FT

MEZZANINE

+ 38 FT

3RD FLOOR

+ 53 FT

4TH FLOOR

+ 68 FT

5TH FLOOR

+ 83 FT

6TH FLOOR

+ 98 FT

ROOF

FAF ARCHITECTS

NORTH ELEVATION OF 07 SHEETS

A201

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

18 A302 02


01

02 A402

20 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

+ 8 FT

GROUND

+ 23 FT

MEZZANINE

+ 38 FT

3RD FLOOR

+ 53 FT

4TH FLOOR

+ 68 FT

5TH FLOOR

+ 83 FT

6TH FLOOR

+ 98 FT

ROOF

FAF ARCHITECTS

SOUTH ELEVATION OF 07 SHEETS

A202

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

A402

A302

02

19


A301 01

20 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

+ 8 FT

GROUND

+ 23 FT

MEZZANINE

+ 38 FT

3RD FLOOR

+ 53 FT

4TH FLOOR

+ 68 FT

5TH FLOOR

+ 83 FT

6TH FLOOR

+ 98 FT

ROOF

FAF ARCHITECTS

EAST ELEVATION OF 07 SHEETS

A203

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

20


A301

01

21

20 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

+ 8 FT

GROUND

+ 23 FT

MEZZANINE

+ 38 FT

3RD FLOOR

+ 53 FT

4TH FLOOR

+ 68 FT

5TH FLOOR

+ 83 FT

6TH FLOOR

+ 98 FT

ROOF

FAF ARCHITECTS

EAST ELEVATION OF 07 SHEETS

A203

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


03 A402

20 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

+ 8 FT

GROUND

+ 23 FT

MEZZANINE

+ 38 FT

3RD FLOOR

+ 53 FT

4TH FLOOR

+ 68 FT

5TH FLOOR

+ 83 FT

6TH FLOOR

+ 98 FT

ROOF

FAF ARCHITECTS

WEST ELEVATION OF 07 SHEETS

A204

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

22 A301 01


23

20 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

15 FT

+ 8 FT

GROUND

+ 23 FT

MEZZANINE

+ 38 FT

3RD FLOOR

+ 53 FT

4TH FLOOR

+ 68 FT

5TH FLOOR

+ 83 FT

6TH FLOOR

+ 98 FT

ROOF

FAF ARCHITECTS

SECTION 01 OF 02 SHEETS

A301

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


FAF ARCHITECTS

SECTION 02 OF 02 SHEETS

A302

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

24


25

FAF ARCHITECTS

PRINCIPAL WALL SECTIONS DETAILING ENCLOSURE OF 04 SHEETS

A401

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


03

02

01

SCALE: NTS

Vertical Louver Closed Detail

SCALE: NTS

Horizontal Louver Closed Detail

SCALE: NTS

Horizontal Louver Opening Detail A403 02

B E C K | M C G E E | R E S N I C K | WA N G

BUILDING ON FLEEK

LOUVER SYSTEM OPENING

FAF ARCHITECTS

LOUVER SYSTEM DETAIL PRINCIPAL WALL SECTIONS DETAILING ENCLOSURE OF 04 SHEETS

A402

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

26 A403

01


Horizontal Louver Detail Plan SCALE: NTS

SCALE: NTS

3 in

6 in

12 in

REMOVABLE BRACKET ATTACHMENT

TERRACOTTA LOUVER

3 in

VERTICAL RAIL - COLUMN TO LOUVER CONNECTION

COLUMN

COLUMN TO VERTICAL LOUVER RAIL CONNECTION

METAL DECKING

CONCRETE SLAB

HORIZONTAL LOUVER CONNECTION RAIL

01

Horizontal Louver Detail Section

COLUMN TO VERTICAL LOUVER RAIL CONNECTION

VERTICAL RAIL - COLUMN TO LOUVER CONNECTION

STEEL COLUMN

REMOVABLE BRACKET ATTACHMENT

TERRACOTTA LOUVER

HORIZONTAL LOUVER CONNECTION RAIL

CASETTE PANEL CLADDING

CONCRETE SLAB

03

6 in

12 in

02

04

SCALE: NTS

Vertical Louver Detail Section

SCALE: NTS

Vertical Louver Detail Plan

3 in

FAF ARCHITECTS

LOUVER SYSTEM DETAIL PRINCIPAL WALL SECTIONS DETAILING ENCLOSURE 12 in

6 in

OF 04 SHEETS

6 in 3 in

12 in

A403

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

3 in

3 in

3 in

ni 3

27


STEEL COLUMN

VERTICAL RAIL - COLUMN TO LOUVER CONNECTION

REMOVABLE BRACKET ATTACHMENT

VERTICAL LUVER RAIL

TERRACOTTA LOUVER

HORIZONTAL LOUVER RAIL

CASSETTE PANELS

CONCRETE SLAB & METAL DECKING

VERTICAL RAIL - COLUMN TO LOUVER CONNECTION

REMOVABLE BRACKET ATTACHMENT

TERRACOTTA LOUVER

FAF ARCHITECTS

LOUVER SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION DETAIL AXON OF 04 SHEETS

A404

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

28


29

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

1

A501

7

A501

6

A501

5

A501

4

A501

3

A501

2

A501

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

VERTICAL CIRCULATION EGRESS STAIRWAY A OF 04 SHEETS

A501

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


01

01

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

01

01

01

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

01

01

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

EGRESS STAIR PLAN 1

A501

7

A501

6

A501

5

A501

4

A501

3

A501

2

A501

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

VERTICAL CIRCULATION EGRESS STAIRWAY B OF 04 SHEETS

A502

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

30


STAIRWELL EXIT 36” DOOR / 0.15 = 240 EXIT CAPACITY = 240

116 ’

31

’-9

29

75’ 74’-1” 483 2415

ALLOWABLE EXIT ACCESS TRAVEL LENGTH OF EXIT ACCESS TRAVEL REQUIRED EGRESS CAPACITY PROVIDED EGRESS CAPACITY (483/0.2)

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

LIFE SAFETY PLAN OF 04 SHEETS

A503

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


Fire ratedCORE core (2) CONCRETE (2)

Monumental stair (non-fire-rated)

38ft between cores

CONCRETE SLAB

METAL DECKING

FRAME

FAF ARCHITECTS

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM AXON OF 03 SHEETS

S01

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

32


33

A

B

C

D

E

1

2

a

15’

3

19’

5

E

19’

7

15’

8

7’

9

b

01

SCALE: NTS

Column to Slab Connection Detail

W12X40 WIDE FLANGE COLUMN

2ӯ HEX BOLTS

STEEL PLATE

W12X40 WIDE FLANGE BEAM

W12X53 WIDE FLANGE GIRDER

CORRUGATED ALUMINUM DECKING

6” CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

STRUCTURAL FRAMING PLAN TYPICAL OF 03 SHEETS

S02

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

S02

1

b


A

B

C

D

E

1

2

a

15’

3

19’

01 S03

5

E

19’

7

15’

8

7’

9

b

02

01

SCALE: NTS

Column to Foundation Section Detail

SCALE: NTS

Column to Foundation Plan Detail

CONCRETE FOUNDATION SLAB

14” STEEL BASE PLATE

ANCHOR BOLTS

W12X40 WIDE FLANGE COLUMN

CONCRETE FOUNDATION SLAB

14” STEEL BASE PLATE

ANCHOR BOLTS

W12X40 WIDE FLANGE COLUMN

TEEMFLEEK ARCHITECTS

FOUNDATION PLAN OF 03 SHEETS

S03

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

34

b


35

1/8” = 1’ 0”

FAF ARCHITECTS

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN LIGHTING GROUND FLOOR OF 10 SHEETS

ME01

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


1/8” = 1’ 0”

FAF ARCHITECTS

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN LIGHTING MEZZANINE OF 10 SHEETS

ME02

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

36


37

1/8” = 1’ 0”

FAF ARCHITECTS

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN LIGHTING CLASSROOM OF 10 SHEETS

ME03

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


1/8” = 1’ 0”

FAF ARCHITECTS

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN LIGHTING LIBRARY OF 10 SHEETS

ME04

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

38


39 1/8” = 1’ 0” OF 10 SHEETS

ME05

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN LIGHTING METAL SHOP, WOOD SHOP, MAKER SPACE

FAF ARCHITECTS

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


A

B

C

D

E

1

2

a

15’

ATRIUM

3

4816 sq. ft

19’

5

E

19’

7

15’

8

7’

9

b

TEEMFLEEK FAF ARCHITECTS ARCHITECTS

MECHANICAL VENTILATION PLAN MECHANICAL VENTILATION PLAN GROUND FLOOR GROUND FLOOR OFOF 0510 SHEETS SHEETS

ME06 ME01

SHEET SHEET

JOB JOB NO: NO: 11 11

DRAWN DRAWN BY: BY: TEEM FAFFLEEK

SCALE: SCALE: ASAS SHOWN SHOWN

DATE: DATE: DECEMBER DECEMBER 4, 4, 2015 2015

THE BEEKON THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

40 b


41

A

B

C

D

E

1

2

a

15’

3

19’

5

E

19’

7

15’

8

7’

9

b

TEEMFLEEK FAF ARCHITECTS ARCHITECTS

MECHANICAL VENTILATION PLAN MECHANICAL VENTILATION PLAN MEZZANINE MEZZANINE OFOF 0510 SHEETS SHEETS

ME02 ME07

SHEET SHEET

JOB JOB NO: NO: 11 11

DRAWN DRAWN BY: BY: TEEM FAFFLEEK

SCALE: SCALE: ASAS SHOWN SHOWN

DATE: DATE: DECEMBER DECEMBER 4, 4, 2015 2015

THE BEEKON THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

b


A

B

C

D

E

1

2

a

15’

3

19’

5

E

19’

7

15’

8

7’

9

b

TEEMFLEEK FAF ARCHITECTS

MECHANICAL VENTILATION PLAN 3RD AND 4TH FLOORS OF 10 05 SHEETS SHEETS

ME08 ME03

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: TEEM FAF FLEEK

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

42 b


43

A

B

C

D

E

1

2

a

b

15’

3

19’

5

E

19’

7

15’

8

7’

9

b

TEEMFLEEK FAF ARCHITECTS ARCHITECTS

MECHANICAL VENTILATION PLAN MECHANICAL VENTILATION PLAN 5TH, 6TH, AND 7TH FLOORS 5TH, 6TH, AND 7TH FLOORS OFOF 0510 SHEETS SHEETS

ME04 ME09

SHEET SHEET

JOB JOB NO: NO: 11 11

DRAWN DRAWN BY:BY: TEEM FAFFLEEK

SCALE: SCALE: ASAS SHOWN SHOWN

DATE: DATE: DECEMBER DECEMBER 4, 4, 2015 2015

THE BEEKON THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


FAF ARCHITECTS

WEST ELEVATION OF 02 SHEETS

AD01

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903

44


45

FAF ARCHITECTS

ELEVATION AXON OF 02 SHEETS

AD02

SHEET

JOB NO: 11

DRAWN BY: FAF

SCALE: AS SHOWN

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2015

THE BEEKON 139 DYER STREET PROVIDENCE, RI 02903


1/2” = 1’0” Detail Model

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RISD: Integrated Building Systems