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CHRISTINA BIASIUCCI SELECTED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS


TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC WORK RIVER COURTYARD COMPLEX P.A.C.E. - AN URBAN DERIVE APSE FOR AN APPETITE PARAMETRIC DESIGN PAVILION TECTONIC FACADE ASSEMBLY GREEN WALL & ROOF DESIGN CBIS DIAGRAM SKETCHES FROM ROME

PROFESSIONAL WORK CAPITAL MILESTONE CHILD DAYCARE CENTER SCHLUMBERGER


PROCESS DIAGRAMS

EXTRUDE

ALTERNATE

ANGLE

EXTRUDE MASS WITH REGULARIZE UNITS AND OPENING FOR COURYARD

ALTERNATE PATTERN OF UNITS AND CARVE INTERIOR COURTYARD FOR “RIVERYARD”

ANGLE OUTSIDE PERIMETER OF COMPLEX CREATING BALCONIES FOR EACH UNIT

RIVER COURTYARD COMPLEX RPI Spring 2016 PROFESSOR: Yael Erel Some collaboration on site implementation with Rebecca Velic. This project site is located near monument square in Troy, NY in what is currently a vacant space on the Hudson River riverfront. The building proposal is a MultiUse building composed of residential apartment units for families and local students as well as public and private ancillary spaces that interrupts the cascading flow of the housing units organization. Ancillary spaces on the storefront level include a small gallery about the Hudson River, as well as a gift shop and restaurant that has indoor and outdoor seating overviewing the courtyard. The complex itself emphasises the connection to the riverfront in several forms such as the cascading movement of the units organization, the ripples the exterior form creates through the units orientation which is stacked, angled and offset, the water collection implementation and the most prodiminent feature; the river cutting into the courtyard for recreationsl use.


TILT

CASCADE

DESIGNATE

TILT THE MASS INWARD TO CENT OF “RIVERYARD”

CASCADE THE FLOW OF THE UNITS WITH HIGH POINT STARTING AT SE CORNER AND ENDING IN NW

EXTRUDE MASS WITH REGULARIZE UNITS AND OPENING FOR COURYARD


STOREFRONT PROGRAM

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN CUT RESTAURANT WITH INDOOR & OUTDOOR SEATING

HUDSON RIVER GALLERY

GIFT SHOP

ANGLED FLOOR PLAN CUT FOR RIVERYARD BUILDING

SECTION A

SECTION B

SITE PLAN


STUDENT UNITS

4 BR

FOURTH LEVEL

EI LEVEL

THIRD LEVEL

SEVENTH LEVEL

SECOND LEVEL

SIXTH LEVEL

GROUND LEVEL

FIFTH LEVEL

3 BR

2 BR

1 BR

FAMILY UNITS

4 BR

3 BR

2 BR

*WHITE SPACES ON FLOOR PLAN SIGNIFY AREA FOR ANCILLARY SPACES.


EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS UNFOLDED

WEST

SOUTH

REFERENCES

WATER FALL AROUND BASE SUPPORT

DIAGONAL SECTION

CASCADING WATER DRAINAGE

HANGING PLANTS


EAST

NORTH

RIVER CUTS INTO SITE TO FORM A “WATER COURYARD”

EXTERIOR OF BUILDING HAS A STACKED AND OFFSET FORM


PROCESS DIAGRAMS

DETERMINE DATUM @ SITE

EXTRUDE THREE VOLUMES

CARVE VOLUMES

SITE PLAN

P.A.C.E. - AN URBAN DERIVE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER EXPERIENCE

RPI Spring 2017 PROFESSOR: Erik Churchill The concept of this Performing Arts Center embodies New York City’s iconic characteristics that include the grid of the city, the silhouette of the Manhattan skyline, a plaza center below the highline level and opportunity to explore and experience the culture that the program in this building has to offer in the form of a New Urban Derive. Here the Urban Derive is experienced as a city block within a city and off of the highline. Catwalks, or Avenues connect the three volumes of the PACE of West Chelsea which is also connected to the highline itslef. The placement is meant to encourage visitors to explore the building that has several programs integrated including a retail store, gastronomy, black box space, white box space, theatre and patrons suite. The theatre itself overlooks the city and highline as a cantilevered volume connected to the legs of the building by large exposed trusses and walkways that bridge the spaces.


ARTS RETAIL

PLACE PROGRAM

DIAGONAL CIRCULATION

FOH BLACK BOX

FOH

EXTRUDE CIRC. VOLUMES

ATRIUM

ATRIUM

THEATRE BOH

BOH ATRIUM

FOH WHITE BOX BOH PROGRAM DIAGRAM

PACE (PERFORMING ART CENTER EXPERINCE

FRONT OF HOUSE VS BACK OF HOUSE

ATRIUM DIAGRAM


CHRISTINA BIASIUCCI

CHRISTINA BIASIUCCI

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ANITSIRHC ICCUISAIB

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LOCATION

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City of New York, Chelsea District 511 w 21st Street New York, NY, 10011

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HVAC DISTRIBUTION

No.

Description

Date

COMPLETED IN COLLABORATION WITH ANDY LOESHELLE, ERIC TAURO, CAYLA WALTER, NIYA SHETTY AND MATT DELLEHUNT

CHELSEA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

HVAC ANALYSIS

THIRD FLOOR Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

HVAC, Lighting and Acoustical Analysis in collaboration with: G-203 Andrew Loeshelle, Eric Tauro, Cayla Walter, Niyati Shetty and Matthew Dellehunt. Scale

SIXTH FLOOR

DD_17 5/12/2017 CB CB

5/12/2017 4:23:10 AM

GROUND FLOOR

HVAC Schematic Design - VAV Single Duct System The VAV (Variable Air Volume)system is the type of HVAC system used in the building to provide adequate thermal comfort for users in a building with several different zones with different thermal needs and conditions. The varying zones include; theatre space, food preparation, galleries, offices, services, etc. It is the active system operating in addition to passive natural ventilation producted through the open space curtain wall system and the stack effect at the atrium.

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CHRISTINA BIASIUCCI

LOCATION City of New York, Chelsea District 511 w 21st Street New York, NY, 10011

PROJECT NORTH

No.

Description

TRUE NORTH

Date

CHELSEA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

LIGHTING ANALYSIS

DD_17 5/12/2017 CB CB

Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

G-202 Scale

5/12/2017 4:23:02 AM

PASSIVE LIGHT ANALYSIS

No.

Description

Date

CHELSEA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

PASSIVE LIGHT ANALYSIS - SECTION

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS DD_17 5/12/2017 CB CB

Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

G-201 Scale

PASSIVE VENTILATION ANALYSIS - SECTION

5/12/2017 4:22:53 AM

HVAC DISTRIBUTION - SECTION


FOOD DISTRIBUTION COMPOST BIOFUEL (POWER) CAPITAL FLOW

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FLEXIBILITY/SPECIFICITY

RPI Fall 2017 PROFESSOR: Erik Churchill

NYC experiencing issues of overcrowdedness and large areas of poor nutrution, actually getting the food into the city results in a huge food loss from growth to consumption during various phases. Hunts point Terminal alone produces 111 Tones of waste a day, 83 tones of which are bio degradable. My proposal is to have a network of boats that grows vegetables in it’s Apse shaped greenhouse which brings the food vegetables and fish directly to the commissaries located near food deserts. The benefit of the Apse on water is that it can maximize the benefits of the sun because it will have great flexibility and specificity, and that there is not as large of a food loss in transportation. The Commissary then acts as a community center for Nutrition and fitness with it’s various program designations, and the food is further distributed into the city in food carts that reflect the iconic shape of the commissary. Both the Food Cart and Commissary collect waste from the food supply to feed the Anaerobic Digestion plant which capteres biomethane from food waster and transforms it into natural gas. which will be one form of energy used in the system in addition to wind and wave energy.

TRANSPORTATION

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8.5 Million people living in NYC 750,000 live in food deserts 3 Million live in places where healthy options are limited.

FOOD CART

FOOD DESERTS HIGH

MODERATE

LOW

NUTRITION

EDUCATION

CAPITAL FLOW

JOBS / SKILLS

PEOPLE


90 DAY HARVEST CYCLE Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Egg Plant Garlic Kale Peppers

> 90 DAY HARVEST CYCLE Celery

60 DAY HARVEST CYCLE Beets Broccolli Cucumbers Onions Tomatos Turnips

< 60 DAY HARVEST CYCLE Kahlralbi Lettuce Leaf Letture Head Raddish Spinach


APSE IN TYP. POSITION Protects plants from harsh conditions & allows sunlight

APSE TURNED 90 Provides natural water for plants & water catch system for reserve

APSE TURNED 45 Allows for Air Filtration/ ventilation FISHING EQUIPMENT FOOD PRODUCTION CAPTAIN PIT BALCONY STORAGE WIND POWER BACK UP GENERATOR A.D. FUEL WATER CATCHER & STORAGE BALLAST FISH STORAGE

WIND TURNBINE


RENDERING OF MODULES DOCKING AT COMMISSARY LEVEL 3 FLOOR PLAN Program: Private - Lounge

LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN Program: Private - Fitness

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN Program: Public - Restaurants

COMMISSARY SECTION


A

B

FABRIC CANOPY GLASS DISPLAY STORAGE BACK UP GENERATOR COMPOST STORAGE WATER WASTE REFRIGERATOR

FOOD CART SECTION

FRESH WATER

FOOD CART ELEVATION

B

RENDERING OF MODULES DOCKING AT COMMISSARY


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RENDERING

GRASSHOPPER SCRIPT

ELEVATIONS

PARAMETRIC DESIGN PAVILION

CATALOG CATALOG CATALOG

RPI Spring 2017 PROFESSOR: Fleet Hower

This pavilion is the product of parametic design through grasshopper. The assignment was given to us piece by peice as an experimental form of developing an architectural form. I created my grasshopper script shown above, in order to move points from a uniform point cloud towards random lines. Through the result, I baked the curved form and the points formed separately to compare the two patterns. Moving forward, with the product created with curves baked, I was able to quickly tube all curves, then merge and deform the model using ZBrush.

CATALOG

TOP

BOTTOM

ELEVATIONS

FRONT

SIDE

ELEVATIONS ELEVATIONS ELEVATIONS


3D PRINT

SECTION A AERIAL RENDERING

AERIAL RENDERING

ABSTRACT MAPPING

ABSTRACT MAPPING

SECTIONS

CATALOG OF SCRIPT PROGRESSION SECTIONS

SECTION B


AIR TIGHT MEMBRANE EDGE TRIM, SHEET COPER EDGE STIFFENER, TIMBER BATTEN WOOD BLOCK

TIMBER OF VARIOUS LENGTHS, CREATING A WAVE OR GRADIENT THROUGHOUT WALL

“THE BRICK HOUSE” BY ALIREZA MASHHADIRZA PLYWOOD

TECTONIC FACADE ASSEMBLY RPI Spring 2017

PROFESSOR: Erik Churchill Collaboration: Andy Loeshelle Eric Tauro Cayla Walter This facade was inspired by a tectonic assembled facade “The Brick House” by Alireza Mashhadirza, located in Tehran, Iran. The construction of our facade is based on a Japanese frame that holds components together. Metal tubes are placed for glass blocks to be inserted to form windows and extruded timber pieces that like in Japanese framework, fit perfectly like a key. The timber extrudes out at various lengths in a gradual pattern created an energetic appearance.

4” TIMBER BLOCKS RIGID INSULATION

ALUMINUM CASING 4” GLASS BLOCK BUTIMEN PRESSURE TREATED SILL PLATE REBAR REINFORCEMENT TURNED DOWN FOOTER AND SLAB COMPACT EARTH


MOCK UP MODEL

RENDERING


IRRIGATION PIPE STONE CAPING IRRIGATION DRIP HOLE, TYP PLANT HOLDER IRRIGATION WATER SUPPLY EXTENSIVE SOIL MIX THERMAL INSULATION

1/2” SEPARATION FABRIC DRAINAGE PLATE PROTECTION PLATE IRRIGATION DRAINAGE DRIP EDGE SHEET METAL TRIMMER GLAZING WINDOW MULLION WATER PROOF FLASHING SCREED WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING CONCRETE, TYP THERMAL INSULATION DOOR JAMB

1:1 SCALE HAND DRAWN SECTION DOOR

GREEN WALL AND ROOF DESIGN RPI Fall 2015 PROFESSOR: Demetrios Comodoros

GROUND SLOPE AWAY

The green wall and extensive roof design required research on the layer composites and irrigation systems required for a successful design. This design includes a galvanized steel grating layer on the exterior of the wall for various size plants to peak through. The size of the pot that holds the different size plants varies in a gradient pattern from extensive wall vegetation to very little. I created two hand drawings to explain this wall section. One at 1” scale and one at a full 1=1 scale for the project. The hand drawing at life scale was particularly useful in understanding materials at full scale.

WEEP HOLES SHEAR KEY DRAINAGE PIPE


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MICRO SCALE

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MICRO SCALE

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MACRO SCALE

10M (10.0M)

BUILDING SCALE

1KM (1000.0KM)

METHODS

WHAT ARE THE GOALS?

ECOSYSTEMS OF SYSTEMS APP

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WHAT IS BEING ENGINEERED?

INDOOR AIR QUALITY

Growing Media Surface Area

Performance Assessment, Modeling and Design. Recommendations for optimal sorption of VOC Air Toxics with PSAC II by the Active Modular Phytoremediaiton Systems (AMPS)

Growing Media Nutrient CNCTR Growing Media Water Content

MICROBIAL BIODIVERSITY

Plant Species

Assessment of Microbial Content of AMPS Operating System over two years within CBIS, with Design Recommentdations for Nutrient and Microbial Innoculation of the System.

CO2 REMEDIATION THROUGH PHOTOSYNTHESIS

Root Growth Root Surface Area AVG. Leaf Area/ Plant Biomass/FT2 Area Water Rate Air Flow Rate Energy Use

Assessment of the Impact of AMPS on Human Subjects. Measurement of Impact on Executive Functioning Skills and Physiological Indicators of Stress, and Overall Health and Well Being.

Biomass/FT2 Area Lighting Intensity Lighting Schedule Occupancy Variator Occupancy Activity Occupancy Baseline Stress Baseline

BUILDING & URBAN INTEGRATION

Volume

Energy Demands

Floor Area Shape Geometry Surface Area Building Materials

Thermal Comfort Psychrometrics

Using workplace Respiration to Determine Lighting Photon Quantity and Photosynthetic Removal Capacities Performance.

HUMAN HEALTH & WELL BEING

Assessment & Design Optimization of the Amps Casette and Panel for Remediation with Design of Structural Elements, Growing Media, Plumbing, Electrical, Maintenance Protocols for the Public Service Answering Center II (PSAC II) in Bronx, NY. Measurements on installed system performance, relative to a range of everyday and air quality security factors.

CBIS DIAGRAM CASE at RPI Fall 2017 CONTRIBUTERS: Josh Draper, Eric Tauro, Cayla Walter, Mandi Pretorius and Andreas Theodoridas Through the CASE program in NYC, I had the opportunity to work with PHD and M.Arch students on original research. My role to the team was to develope synthetic diagrams to further explain the research being performed by the PHD students.

Cognitive Function Cognitive Function

Bioclimatics


SPIRAL PLAN

SPIRAL GEOMETRY

SPIRAL CEILING PERSPECTIVE

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SKETCHES FROM ROME HWS 2012 PROFESSOR: KIRRIN MAKKER Hand drawing skills are another fundamental design skill valuable in architecture. It shows the understanding of scale, proportions, line weights and it gives the designer the opportunity to convey an idea in an impromptu position on site or in a meeting with a client or simply to brainstorm ideas. This series of the baroque architecture church, Sant Ivo exemplifies my hand drawing skills. Baroque architecture is very complex and must be drawn in a variety of ways to get the full understanding of the building. Drawings were done on site while studying abroad in Rome, Italy.

BUILDING SECTION


SPIRAL STAIRCASE

SPIRAL ORNAMENTATION

ELEVATION

PERSPECTIVE

GEOMETRY


TYPICAL ELEV 234'-0" OPEN TO CRAWL SPACE

ELECTRICAL ROOM

MEN'S

WOMEN'S

UP

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PHOTO 3 WEST ELEVATION - SW CORNER

PHOTO 3 WOMEN'S PHOTO 3 CORNER WEST ELEVATION - SW

SOUTH ELEVATION - ENTRY #5 STORAGE

WEST ELEVATION - SW CORNER

EXIST STAIR #1

MECHANICAL ROOM BASEMENT ELEV 234'-0"

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CRAWL SPACE TYPICAL ELEV 240'-0"

PHOTO 2 EAST ELEVATION - ENTRY #6

PHOTO 1 PIT NO.-3ENTRY #1 NORTH ELEVATION

EXISTING PHOTOS 4 NTS PHOTO 4 PHOTO 2 EAST ELEVATION ENTRY #6 SOUTH ELEVATION - ENTRY- #5

EXISTING BUILDING PHOTOS

PHOTO 3 PHOTO 1 NORTH -ELEVATION - ENTRY #1 WEST ELEVATION SW CORNER

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TRENCH DRAIN

EXIST. KITCHEN E106

R29

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R8

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R10

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R12

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REMOVE WALK-IN COOLERS A AND QUARRY TILE FLOOR AND REFER TO H-SERIES DRAWING

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TOILET FIXTURES AND LAVAT PLUMBING CONTRACTOR

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REMOVE TOILET ROOM ACCE TO RECESSED PAPER TOWEL RECEPTACLES, SURFACE MO NAPKIN DISPENSERS IN WOM

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REMOVE VCT AND TRANSITIO

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REMOVE PLASTER METAL SUS LATH PREVIOUSLY REMOVED

R27

REMOVE 4" +/- HIGH TERRAZZ

R28

REMOVE SECTION OF EXISTIN STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR

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EXISTING TERRAZZO TO REMAIN

EDGE OF EXISTING PODIUM

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CABINETS HAVE BEEN COORDINATED WITH FIRE EXTINGUISHER SIZES PROVIDED BY OTHERS. ECTION CABINETS UNTIL LOCATIONS HAVE BEEN REVIEWED AND APROVED BY THE AUTHORITY HAVING CABINETS HAVE BEEN COORDINATED WITH FIRE EXTINGUISHER SIZES PROVIDED BY OTHERS.

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25'-2"

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PRE-SCHOOL 116

PHASE 1

45 SF

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C104A

SERVES 84 OCC.

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EXIT 5

TODDLERS (18MO-36MO) 60 CHILDREN / 15 STAFF

NG LE

SS

(SEE NOTE 2)CORRIDOR

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129 FT

SERVES 78 OCC.

)4172

8 CHILDREN (5-13)/1 STAFF MAX GROUP 10

5.

INFANTS (UP TO 18MO) 32 CHILDREN / 8 STAFF

2.

62 . 0'

PHASE 1 142 SF

PROJECT NO. 45034. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR REQUIRED

TO REMOVE THE 12-INCH LAYER OF TYPE 2 STONE OVER FILTER LOCATIONS WITH DIRECTOR'S REPRESENTATIVE Toddlers (18Mo-36MO) FABRIC AND TO RESTORE PROVIDE 6-INCHES OF TOPSOIL AND TO RESTORE THESE AREAS. 60SEEDING Children / 15 Staff

2.

1.

204 SF

FROM THE EXISTING SWITCHGEAR TO THE NEW SWITCHGEAR. ONCE

COMPLETE CONTRACTOR TOLINE) ABATE THE EXISTING TEMPORARY FENCECONSTRUCTION ENCLOSURE (CONTRACT LIMIT

THE BASEMENT AND CMU WALLS ENCLOSING THE EXISTING InfantsSWITCHGEAR (Up toIN18MO) ELECTRICAL CLOSETS ON THE 1ST FLOOR. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE REMOVALS OF THE ELECTRICAL 32EXISTING Children 8 Staff LAYDOWN/AREA PROVIDED IN CONCURRENT OGS EQUIPMENT.

WASH AREA

PIN ES

62 SF

ROCKING CHAIR

CHILDREN & STAFF QUANTITIES

Not Enclosed

34 SF

509 SF

X

REFRIGERATOR

9#

D

DISHWASHING 133-C

133D

POTTY TRAINING (CHILDREN HEIGHT FIXTURE)

1.

4%

TOYS 121D

GIRLS TOILET 121C

SERVES 65 OCC.

KID'S SINK (CHILDREN HEIGHT FIXTURE)

4

" 21'-8

FEC

KITCHEN 133-A

34 SF

CORRIDOR C106

ADMIN 122

150 SF

SYMBOL &LEGEND 4. PHASE 3: AFTER SPECIFIED ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IS INSTALLED THE CHILDREN STAFF QUANTITIES ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TO SWITCH TEMPORARY POWER AND LIGHTING

26

"/3 =

CORRIDOR C104

PANTRY 133-B

135 SF

UP

BOYS TOILET 121B

UP

DN EXIST STAIR S102



65'-8

34'-4"

UP

FEC

SERVES 84 OCC.

TO PROVIDE TEMPORARY POWER AND LIGHTING TAPPED INTO THE EXISTING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AS SPECIFIED IN SPEC SECTION 015000 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES & TEMPORARY CONTROLS.

FOOD PREP

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EXIST ELEC CL (SEE NOTE 4)

COT STACKING

UN KN OW N

15'-2 "

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45'-1 0"

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3. 3

PRE-SCHOOL 115

578 SF 16 CHILDREN (3-4)/3 STAFF (1:7) MAX GROUP SIZE 18

205 SF

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UN KN OW N

DF

9#

20 SF

%*

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PIN ES

26

26

(SEE NOTE 2)

LOCATION OF EXIST SWITCHGEAR (SEE NOTE 4)

139 SF

CO-DIRECTOR 123

CHANGING AREA

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MEETING 101C

ELEC CL 136

LIGHTING DURING THIS PHASE TAPPED INTO THE EXISTING ELECTRICAL

EQUIPMENTAPPROXIMATE. (LOCATIONS SHOW ON PLANS). TEMPORARY FENCE LOCATIONS COORDINATE EXACT CONSTRUCTION, HVAC, LOCATIONS WITH 3. DIRECTOR'S REPRESENTATIVE PHASE 2: CONTRACTORS TO COMMENCE WORK. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL

5.

45 MINUTE FIRE PROTECTION ASSEMBLY RATING

%#

D

147 SF

PHASE 1

SEE CODE NOTE 1

713 SF 20 SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN 2 STAFF (1:10)

I= 23

9#

GROUP 4

EXIST ELEC CL (SEE NOTE 4)

STORAGE 132

RAMP DN

EXIT 1



UN KN OW N

(SEE NOTE 2)

= 14 '-8 "

"

-5

1046 SF

EXIST STAIR S101

%*

VESTIBULE V101

B

40'-7

1-HR FIRE BARRIER (SEE CODE NOTE 2)

LOBBY 101A

240 SF

GROUP 3

585 SF 16 SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN 2 STAFF (1:10)

EXIST SEPARATION DISTANCE



DN

2633 SF

PHASE 1

381 SF 8 CHILDREN (6WKS-1.5)2 STAFF (1:4) MAX GROUP SIZE 8

UP

26'-0"

"/3

TRAVEL DISTANCE TO EXIT DISCHARGE (TD)

<>

STROLLERS 101B

209 SF

GROUP 2

724 SF 20 SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN 2 STAFF (1:10)

"

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44'-8

665 SF 18 CHILDREN (3-4)/3 STAFF (1:7) MAX GROUP SIZE 18

CO-DIRECTOR 124

18 SF

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM 138

%16

%16

%16

PRE-SCHOOL 114

41'-0

PHASE 3: AFTER SPECIFIED ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLED THE SIGNS ON TEMPORARY 1. PROVIDE TEMPORARY BARRIERSISAND NO PARKING FENCETO ATSWITCH THIS AREA TO MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 24-FOOT WIDE CLEAR AREA TO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TEMPORARY POWER AND LIGHTING FACILITATE VEHICLE CIRCULATION WITHIN THE EXISTING PARKING LOT. FROM THE EXISTING SWITCHGEAR TO THE NEW SWITCHGEAR. ONCE EXIT SIGN (SHADED AREA INDICATED SIDE WITH SIGNAGE AND ARROW INDICATES DIRECTIONAL ARROW ON SIGN) COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION TO ABATE THE EXISTING 2. PHASECONTRACTOR 1: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR TO COMPLETE ABATEMENT WORK (EXCEPT ABATEMENT WORK NOTED FOR PHASE 3 COMPLETION) PRIOR TO SWITCHGEAR IN THE BASEMENT AND CMU WALLS ENCLOSING THE EXISTING EXIT COMMENCING WORK IN THE BUILDING. ELECTRICAL CLOSETSOTHER ON THECONTRACTOR'S 1ST FLOOR. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR AND THEABATEMENT AREA INCLUDED IN NET SQUARE FOOTAGE (NSF) WORK INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, REMOVAL OF DUCTWORK AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE REMOVALS OF THE ELECTRICAL PIPING, REMOVING MASONRY WALLS AND EXTERIOR WINDOWS (REFER TO HEQUIPMENT. SERIES DRAWINGS). CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE POWER AND COMMON PATH OF TRAVEL DISTANCE

TD

INFANT 102

"

UN KN OW N

'-3" = 14

"/3

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43'-5

3'-4

4% 4%

ELEC CL 137

56 FT CPOT

569 SF 12 CHILDREN (1.5-3)/3 STAFF (1:5) MAX GROUP SIZE 12

157 SF

=1

LOCATION OF EXIST SWITCHGEAR (SEE NOTE 4)

DF

EXIST 1ST FLOOR & GROUP 1 PENTHOUSE 584 SF 16 SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WINDOWS REMOVED 2 STAFF (1:10) DURING PHASE 1 (SEE NOTE 2)

STORAGE 131

4.

CPOT "/3

UN KN OW N

-5 %#

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69 . 9'

(2

%5

TODDLER 113

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40

FIRE PROTECTION CABINET, (FIRE EXTINGUISHERS NIC)

FEC

40'-0"

PROGRAM DIRECTOR 125 COORIDOR 194 SF C101

SERVES 76 OCC.

247 SF

.1%-'45 4

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59 SF

186 SF

LIN E

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229 SF

FEC

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561 SF 12 CHILDREN (1.5-3)/3 STAFF (1:5) MAX GROUP SIZE 12

BOYS TOILET ROOM 129

262 SF

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= "/3 44'-8

BREAK ROOM 130

E

EXIST ELEC CL (SEE NOTE 4)

-8" 1 4'

FEC

TODDLER 112

GIRLS TOILET ROOM LAUNDRY 128 127

35'-10"

PHASE 2: CONTRACTORS TO COMMENCE WORK. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE TEMPORARY POWER AND LIGHTING TAPPED INTO THE EXISTING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AS SPECIFIED IN SPEC SECTION 015000 PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER, TYPE K (NIC) CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES & TEMPORARY CONTROLS. NOTES PHASING AND STAGING SERVICE SINK (BY PLUMBING CONTRACTOR)

BLU

%16

%16

%16

%16

77 SF

3.

DRINKING FOUNTAIN (BY PLUMBING CONTRACTOR)

SS FE

MOTHERS 126

FEC

EXIT 4

49 SF

DF

UN KN OW N UN KN OW N RE

49 SF

ROOM NAME ROOM NUMBER SQUARE FOOTAGE # OF OCCUPANTS MAX GROUP SIZE

X X

4

184 FT

SERVES 73 OCC.

UN KN OW N

%*

DN

%*

CORRIDOR C102

STAFF TOILET STAFF TOILET 110 109 FEC

SERVES 60 OCC.

X SF X CHILDREN / X STAFF MAX GROUP SIZE X

UN KN OW N

CORRIDOR C102A

4

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UN KN OW N

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PHASE 1: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR TO COMPLETE ABATEMENT WORK (EXCEPT ABATEMENT WORK NOTED FOR PHASE 3 COMPLETION) PRIOR TO OTHER CONTRACTOR'S COMMENCING WORK IN THE BUILDING. THEABATEMENT WORK INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, REMOVAL OF DUCTWORK AND PIPING, REMOVING MASONRY WALLS AND EXTERIOR WINDOWS (REFER TO HSERIES DRAWINGS). CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE POWER AND LIGHTING DURING THIS PHASE TAPPED INTO THE EXISTING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT (LOCATIONS SHOW ON PLANS).

CODE SYMBOL LEGEND

(2

FEC

30'-5"

SERVES 30 OCC.

26'-0" %7$$+'5 

PROVIDE TEMPORARY BARRIERS AND NO PARKING SIGNS ON TEMPORARY FENCE AT THIS AREA TO MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 24-FOOT WIDE CLEAR AREA TO FACILITATE VEHICLE CIRCULATION WITHIN THE EXISTING PARKING LOT.

VC P

29'-2

1.

2.

COORIDOR C101A

4%

40 '-5 "/3 =

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EXISTING STAIRS S101 & S102 NOT REQUIRED TO BE A SHAFT ENCLOSURE AS OUTLINED IN NOTE 3. FIRE BARRIERS AT THE EXISTING STAIR OPENINGS ARE PROVIDED TO SEPARATE THE BASEMENT S-OCCUPANCY FROM THE 1ST FLOOR OCCUPANCIES. THE 1ST FLOOR SEPARATION PROVIDED AT S-102 IS ABOVE PROVIDED ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CODE REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE A LEVEL OF PROTECTION TO THE 1ST FLOOR CORRIDOR.

4%

%#

4%

%16

26

%16

4

(2

13 '-4 "

13 '-4 "

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5*#4'& 26

40 '-

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40 '-

3'6"

-5

10 "/ 3

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-5

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%16

4%

4

(2

FEC

(2

%16

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EXIST 1ST FLOOR & PENTHOUSE WINDOWS REMOVED DURING PHASE 1 (SEE NOTE 2)

40 '-

(2

(2

%#

%16

4.

365 SF 8 CHILDREN (6WKS-1.5)2 STAFF (1:4) MAX GROUP SIZE 8

= "/3 '-8 40

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STAIRWAYS REQUIRE ENCLOSING AS REQUIRED BY THE BCNYS PER EBC 912.7.2 AND AN INCREASE HAZARD CATEGORY FROM AN EXISTING A-OCCUPANCY TO I-OCCUPANCY. PER BCNYS 1020.1 EXCEPTION 4 STAIRS COMPLYING WITH BCNYS 707.2 ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE ENCLOSED (SEE NOTE 2 ON STAIRS NOT BEING PART OF MEANS OF EGRESS FROM WORK AREA). PROVIDING A SHAFT ENCLOSURE IS NOT REQUIRED PER BCNYS 707.2 EXCEPTION 7.

INFANT 103

446 SF 8 CHILDREN (6WK-1.5)/2 STAFF (1:4) MAX GROUP SIZE 8

NG LE

VESTIBULE V102

%16

3.

PHASING AND STAGING NOTES

DN

INFANT 104

412 SF 8 CHILDREN (6WK-1.5)/2 STAFF (1:4) MAX GROUP SIZE 8

0.9

494 SF 12 CHILDREN (1.5-3)/3 STAFF (1:5) MAX GROUP SIZE 12

UN KN OW N

DN

TODDLER 106

597 SF 12 CHILDREN (1.5-3)/3 STAFF (1:5) MAX GROUP SIZE 12

EXISTING STAIR S101 AND S102 ARE NOT USED AS A MEANS OF EGRESS FROM WORK AREA. THEY ARE ONLY USED TO ATTEND TO EQUIPMENT IN THE BASEMENT. AT STAIR S101 FIRE BARRIER ENCLOSURE PROVIDED ON 1ST FLOOR LEVEL TO PROVIDE FIRE-RATED SEPARATION REQUIRED BETWEEN THE I-OCCUPANCY AND THE BASEMENT S-OCCUPANCY. (SEE NOTE 3) AT STAIR S102 FIRE BARRIER ENCLOSURE PROVIDED ON BASEMENT LEVEL (SEE G-003) TO PROVIDE FIRE-RATED SEPARATION REQUIRED BETWEEN THE I-OCCUPANCY AND THE BASEMENT S-OCCUPANCY.

EXIT 2

I= 24

TODDLER 107

579 SF 12 CHILDREN (1.5-3)/3 STAFF (1:5) MAX GROUP SIZE 12

EXISTING 6" CMU BLOCK WALL WITH A 1HR FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING BASED ON ITEM CODE W-4-M-88 OF APPENDIX A OF THE EBCYS FOR RATING OF ARCHAIC MATERIALS.

2.

69 . 9'

TODDLER 108

1.

N

PROJECT NORTH TRUE

DRAWI


METAL RUNNER SECURED METAL RUNNER TO SUBSTRATE SECURED TO SUBSTRATE SUBSTRATE (SEE NOTE 5) FIRESTOPPING (EACH FIRESTOPPING SIDE) (EACH SIDE)

PARTIAL HT PARTITION PARTIAL HT PARTITION M32 SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

M61 SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" EXISTING DOUBLE BARREL VAULT CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL)

FIRESTOPPING (EACH SIDE) 4" C-H 20 GA STUDS4"@C-H 12"20 OC GA STUDS @ 12" OC METAL RUNNER SECURED TO SUBSTRATE FIRESTOPPING (EACH FIRESTOPPING SIDE) (EACH SIDE) DUCT, FIRESTOPPING METAL RUNNER SECURED METAL & FIRERUNNER DAMPERSECURED BY TO SUBSTRATE TO SUBSTRATE HVAC CONTRACTOR

6"

(ALTERNATE DIRECTION) (ALTERNATE DIRECTION) SPECIFIED CEILING SYSTEM

5/8" STANDARD 5/8" STANDARD GYPBD (EACH SIDE)GYPBD (EACH SIDE) 6"

5/8" ABUSE RESISTANT (EACH SIDE) 5/8"COMPACT ABUSE RESISTANT GYPBD (EACH SIDE)GYPBD DECORATIVE SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKETS TYPE 2 TYPE 2 (2-LAYERS ON MULTI-PURPOSE SIDE) (2-LAYERS ONROOM MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM SIDE) LAMINATE NOT SHOWN PLASTER PLASTER SPECIFIED CEILINGSPECIFIED SYSTEM CEILING SYSTEM CONTIN HORIZ METAL 'C' BRIDGING @ 4'-0" OC WITH METAL FRAMINGBLANKETS CLIPS AT EACH STUD DECORATIVE COMPACT DECORATIVESOUND COMPACT ATTENUATION SOUND BLANKETS ATTENUATION LAMINATE NOT SHOWN LAMINATE NOT SHOWN

1" GYPSUM LINER PANELS 1" GYPSUM ANDLINER PANELS AND FIRESTOPPING IN ANNULAR FIRESTOPPING SPACEIN ANNULAR SPACE 5/8" FIRE-RESISTANT 5/8"GYPBD FIRE-RESISTANT GYPBD 4" C-H 20 GA STUDS @ 12" OC

SPECIFIED CEILINGSPECIFIED SYSTEM CEILING SYSTEM CONTIN HORIZ METAL 'C' BRIDGING @ 4'-0" OC WITH METAL FRAMING CLIPS AT EACH STUD

CONTIN HORIZ METAL 'C'OC BRIDGING CONTIN HORIZ METAL 'C' GA BRIDGING @ 4'-0" 6" 18 METAL STUDS @ 12" OC @ 4'-0" OC WITH METAL FRAMING CLIPS ATFRAMING EACH STUD WITH METAL CLIPS AT EACH STUD WITH SOUND ATTENUATION BLACKETS

CONTIN HORIZ METAL 'C' BRIDGING @ 4'-0" CONTIN METAL 'C'OC BRIDGING @ 4'-0" OC 3-5/8" 20HORIZ GA METAL STUDS @ 16" OC WITH METAL CLIPS AT EACH STUD WITH METAL FRAMING CLIPS ATFRAMING EACH STUD WITH SOUND ATTENUATION BLACKETS

6" 18 GA METAL STUDS 6" 18@ GA12" METAL OC STUDS @ 12" OC METAL RUNNER SECURED TO SUBSTRATE WITH SOUND ATTENUATION BLACKETS WITH SOUND ATTENUATION BLACKETS

3-5/8" 20 GA METAL3-5/8" STUDS 20@ GA16" METAL OC STUDS @ 16" OC METAL RUNNER SECURED TO SUBSTRATE WITH SOUND ATTENUATION BLACKETS WITH SOUND ATTENUATION BLACKETS

METAL RUNNER SECURED TO SUBSTRATE METAL RUNNER SECURED TO SUBSTRATE

METAL RUNNER SECURED TO SUBSTRATE METAL RUNNER SECURED TO SUBSTRATE

DUCT, FIRESTOPPING DUCT, FIRESTOPPING & FIRE DAMPER BY&SUBSTRATE FIRE DAMPER BYNOTE 5) (SEE HVAC CONTRACTOR HVAC CONTRACTOR

SUBSTRATE (SEE NOTE 5)

1- HR FIRE-RATED SHAFT WALL SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

BASEMENT

M60

BASEMENT

1- HR FIRE-RATED 1- HR FIRE-RATED SHAFT WALLSHAFT WALL

G

M60 SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

F

4 TYP. A-406

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

14 A-508

C

11

GENERAL P

3' - 0"

104-B 5

5

20' - 11"

INFANT 103 6

22' - 9"

16' - 2"

10' - 4"

6' - 5"

10' - 6"

8' - 10"

10' - 6"

1' - 6"

15' - 2"

6' - 0"

14' - 10"

9' - 2"

111

12' - 8"

3

8' - 9"

125

MOTHERS 126 °

5.

PARTITIONS A

6.

REFER TO EN (WALL PARTI

7.

PLUMBING FI APPLICABLE) PROVIDE AND CONTRACTO

8.

COORDINATE THROUGH AR

6' - 0" M32

PLAN KEYE 14 A-508

PROGRAM DIRECTOR 125

1.

ALIGN

2.

CENTER DOOR

3.

METAL COLUM 11/A-508.

4.

CUBBIES (REFE QUANTITY AND

5.

CHILLED BEAM 1/A301

6.

METAL STUD F TERRAZZO CU BRACING, REF

7.

EXISTING CUR

8.

CONCRETE EQ FOR DETAIL AN CONTRACTOR'

9.

CENTER WALL

102

3

1 4

A-408

LAUNDRY 127

2

8' - 4" 8' - 9"

1

A-408

18 1' - 8" 8"

5' - 11"

4' - 0"

3

M31

3' - 8"

8' - 4"

127

° 135

129 20' - 4"

TODDLER 112

3' - 0"

104-A 5"

CORRIDOR C102

135

GIRLS TOILET ROOM 128 Sim 11 A-508 128

11 A-508

9' - 1"

8' - 3"

8' - 1"

6' - 11"

112-B

BOYS TOILET ROOM Sim 129

2 3' - 0"

°

STAFF TOILET 109

1 SIM A-405

2' - 9"

6' - 3"

M31 1

17

4' - 1"

17

126

3' - 8"

109

110

STAFF TOILET 110

112-A

16' - 11"

17

130

8' - 8"

JAN 111

13' - 0"

6' - 0"

42' - 3" M31 1

BREAK ROOM 130 M30

5

105-A

15' - 0"

18

17

C102A

4' - 1"

3

135

M31

6' - 7"

3' - 0"

CORRIDOR C102

18

CORRIDOR C102A

3

3

9' - 1"

3' - 3"

NOTE 2

1' - 8"

2' - 0"

7' - 2"

8' - 10"

8' - 8"

2' - 0"

3

106-A

4

6' - 3"

17

6' - 8"

3' - 4"

4

M32

7' - 8"

2' - 0"

2

PRIOR TO CO ANCHORING COORDINATE REGARDING 3-INCHES.

10' - 6"

3' - 0"

M31

6' - 0"

3' - 4"

107-A

108-A

6' - 0"

3' - 4" 3' - 4"

108-B

4

2

8' - 3"

8' - 3"

COORIDOR C101A

15' - 0"

3

2

PLUS OR MIN DIMENSIONA MAXIMUM OF

4. 16

16' - 6"

103-B

4' - 1"

LOCATE DOO HINGE SIDE,

3. 1 A-406

INFANT 104 8' - 3"

23' - 0"

9' - 0"

8' - 10"

8' - 10"

8' - 0"

INFANT 105

CENTER WAL CENTER OF W

2.

16

16

TODDLER 106

DIMENSIONS UNLESS NOT REPRESENTA

2.

6

103-A

TODDLER 107

1.

3

4' - 10"

VESTIBULE V-102 V102

1 A-407

A

24' - 0" TYP.

1

SIM.

1 A-407

TODDLER 108 23' - 0"

3

B

ENTRY 2

13' - 6"

6' - 0"

DRAWIN

13' - 6"

105-B

14' - 4"

11' - 6"

6

106-B

5

11' - 6"

5

SHEET T

M30 SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

107-B

6

24' - 0" TYP.

3' - 0"

2

APPROV

GENERAL PARTITIONGENERAL3-5/8" PARTITIONMETAL3-5/8" STUDS METAL STUDS

M30

D

E

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

1

FIELD CH

GENERAL PARTITION- 3-5/8" METAL STUDS

M30

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

V-102

H

DRAWN

SUBSTRATE (SEE NOTE SUBSTRATE 5) (SEE NOTE 5)

GENERAL PARTITION- 6" METAL STUDS

GENERAL PARTITIONGENERAL6" PARTITIONMETAL STUDS 6" METAL STUDS

M60

S40 SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

DESIGNE

C101A

WALL SECTIONS

PROJEC NUMBER

SUBSTRATE (SEE NOTE 5)

SUBSTRATE (SEE NOTE SUBSTRATE 5) (SEE NOTE 5)

BASEMENT

SUBSTRATE (SEE NOTE SUBSTRATE 5) (SEE NOTE 5)

MARK

M31 M60 SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" EXISTING DOUBLE BARREL VAULT CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL)

3-5/8" METAL FRAMING BRACING SECURED TO CONCRETE AT EXISTING DOUBLE EXISTING BARREL VAULT DOUBLE BARRELDECK VAULT MINIMUM EVERY OTHER STUD CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL) CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL) (ALTERNATE DIRECTION) 3-5/8"BRACING METAL FRAMING BRACING 3-5/8" METAL FRAMING SECURED TOAT CONCRETE DECK AT SECURED TO CONCRETE DECK 5/8" STANDARD GYPBD (EACH SIDE) MINIMUM EVERY OTHER STUD MINIMUM EVERY OTHER STUD

6"

SOUND ATTENUATION SOUND BLANKETS ATTENUATION BLANKETS 1" GYPSUM LINER PANELS AND 1 X 1 X 16 GA S/E ANGLE 1FIRESTOPPING X 1 X 16 GA S/EIN ANGLE ANNULAR SPACE 5/8" FIRE-RESISTANT GYPBD

GENERAL PARTITIONGENERAL3-5/8" PARTITIONMETAL3-5/8" STUDS METAL STUDS

M31 M60

CONTOUR RUNNER HELD 1/4-INCH BELOW DECK AND ATTACHED TO SLOTTED EXISTING DOUBLE EXISTING BARREL VAULT DOUBLE BARREL VAULT CLIP ANGLE, PROVIDE 16 GA BENT SLOTTED CLIP CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL) CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL) ANGLE EVERY OTHER STUD WITH FIXED CONTOUR RUNNERCONTOUR HELD 1/4-INCH RUNNER BELOW HELD 1/4-INCH CONNECTION TO CONCRETE DECKBELOW DECK AND ATTACHED TOAND SLOTTED CLIP TO SLOTTED CLIP DECK ATTACHED ANGLE, PROVIDE 16ANGLE, GA BENT SLOTTED CLIP PROVIDE 16 GA BENT SLOTTED CLIP 5/8" ABUSE RESISTANT GYPBD (EACH SIDE) TYPE 2 ANGLE EVERY OTHER STUD WITH FIXED ANGLE EVERY STUD WITHROOM FIXEDSIDE) (2-LAYERS ONOTHER MULTI-PURPOSE PLASTER CONNECTION TO CONCRETE SPECIFIEDDECK CEILING SYSTEM DECK CONNECTION TO CONCRETE

SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKETS EXISTING DOUBLE EXISTING BARREL VAULT DOUBLE BARREL VAULT CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL) CONCRETE DECK (TYPICAL) 1 X 1 X 16 GA S/E ANGLE

8' - 4"

3

3' - 0"

1

INFANT 102

COORIDOR C101

TYP. A-301 5

17

8' - 4"

M31

124

12' - 9" 16

M61

137

4 17

M60

11" 2

8"

M31

8' - 0"

1

CO-DIRECTOR 124

STROLLERS M31 101B

4

19 1

1 A-405

M60

5 M61

M60

M31 S40

19

19

101B 8' - 9"

10' - 1"

TO FACE

TO FACE

10. LINE OF CEILIN S101

1' - 1"

5' - 6"

3

M31 131

7' - 11"

11. REFER TO A-40 ENTRANCE/EX

M60

F01 1

9' - 2"

5' - 1"

M31

M61

1' - 5"

5' - 11"

1 SIM A-407

STORAGE 131 8' - 9"

8' - 0"

5' - 3" 3' - 0"

113-B

4

18 2

ELEC CL 137

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