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Colt Lee Architectural Studio IV University of Southern Mississippi


Project Description

This design is the second half of a whole project with the goal of providing a space that educates and memorializes the Forks of the Road site as well as the overall history of Natchez, Mississippi. The Center itself serves to complete the Education part of this goal with many different exhibits and resources for learning.

Considerations Connection to Memorial – Sustainability - Functionality

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Table of Contents

Site Analysis

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IBC Codes

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Sustainability

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HVAC

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Structure

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Site

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Renderings

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Memorial

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First Floor

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Second Floor

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Resume

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Existing Site Analysis

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Proposed Interpretive Center Location and Site Analysis

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IBC 2018 Code Research NAME

Occupancy

P/sf

SF

A-2 A-3 A-1 M B A-3 A-3 A-2

1/15 1/30 1/7 1/60 1/250 1/5 1/50 1/15

1,891 8,329 731 917 877 3,417 1,068 1,785 Total: 19,021

Café Exhibit Space Theatre Giftshop Offices Lobby Library Event Space

A-1 Building Restrictions

Building Classification: A-1 Type II-B W/ automatic sprinklers

• Max building height of 75’ • Max square feet per floor is 25,500SF based off A-1 Occupancy

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People Load 126 278 105 16 4 684 22 119 Total: 1,358


Stair and Doorway Calculations Floor

Density in/person Width # of exits Stair sizes Door sizes

First Floor w/ 2nd floor Second Floor

971

.2”

194”

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3’-3”

1354 383 383

.2” .3” .2”

270” 115” 77”

5 2 2

4’-9” -

4’-6” 3’-3”

• All ground level exits must be at least 3’-3”. • If the exit is shared with a second-floor exit, then the doorway shall be at least 4’-6”. • Exit doorways on second floor must be at least 3’–3” • Exit stair wells must have a landing and run width of at least 4’-9” • Max Travel Distance: 250’

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Sustainability Features

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Natural lighting Green Walls Shading Devices Solar panels Green roofs Water Collection and Re-use Geothermal Heating/Cooling

Natural Lighting • Center atrium to light interior of structure • Also provides a way to bring nature inside. • Large glass curtain walls to provide other sources of natural light • Low-E windows

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Shading Devices • Angled Exterior Louvers help to reduce the head load from sunlight while at the same time allowing ambient light to pass through

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The Plus – Magnor, Norway

Green Walls • Helps to reduce heat load and sound pollution from street.

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Solar Panels and Green Roof

• Solar panels provide a renewable source of energy to help offset the amount of power consumed by building. • Green roof can be used to reduce runoff water and also help to filter water as it passes through the green beds.

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• Link to different plants native to Mississippi to use • https://olemiss.edu/depts/landscap e/nativeplants.html • Helps insulate building roof by keeping heat out and cold in


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Water Collection Systems • • • •

Collects water from roof Collects runoff water Repurposes grey water Biodegradable soap can be used to ensure water is better suited to be used for irrigation • Collected water can be held and reused to flush toilets or water plants • Filters water through sand filter • Use waterless urinals and dual flush toilets to reduce water consumption

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Geothermal Heating and Cooling System • Passive Source of heating/cooling • Energy efficient and can work with limited space

South Wall

Wall Window Roof

WINDOW Radiated heat gain Qsolar = sf*a*sc Conducted heat gain Qconduted = U*A*TD ROOF Qconducted = U*A*ETD WALLS Qconducted = U*A*ETD Internal Heat Gain Lights People AIR INFULTRATION CFM = ACHxV ft^3/60 min SENSIBLE HEAT GAIN Qsensible = 1.08 x CFM x DeltaT LATENT HEAT GAIN Qlatent = CFM*0.68*GD

12000 BTUH = 400 CFM

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length 72 72

height 5 10

area 358 717 1433

solar Factor 40 U Value 0.62

Area 717 Area 717

Shading Coefficient 0.1 Temp. Difference 19

U Value 0.125

Area 1433

Equiv.Temp. Diff. 60

BTU 10748

U Value 0.09

Area 358

Equiv. Temp. Diff. 20

BTU

watt/sf 2 btu/person 450

Area 1433 Area 1433

Btu/Watt 3.4 sf/person 30

BTU

ACH/hr 1

Volume 21495

min/hr 0.02

CFM

Constant 1.08

CFM 358.25

Tempurature Difference 19

BTU

Constant 0.68

CFM 358.25

Moistur Difference 62

Total BTU

76411

BTUH/CFM

0.03

CFM

BTU BTU

2867 8458

645

9744 BTU 21495

BTU

2547

358

7351

15104


HVAC Calculations Need: 2547 CFM Duct Size: 20” x 16” Registers: x4 CFM/R: ~650 CFM Register size: 8” x 20”

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Steel Structure • Mix of wide flange steel beams and open-web steel joists • Concrete and Metal Decking

W16x26 Primary Steel Girder *used for curved exterior walls

2” Steel Decking

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12K3 OWSJ Beams

W6x32 Steel Column 3” Concrete on Decking

24K7 OWSJ Secondary Girder *bridges between primary girders

Steel Structure


Foundation Plan SHOWS • Footings • Foundation walls • Shear walls • Columns

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Gravity Load: These charts show the math used to calculate the footing sizes based off live loads, dead loads, and soil bearing capacity.

Footing Calculations

Lateral Load: All shafts in building include 8” reinforced concrete core walls for lateral stability and fire safety.

Tributary area Floor 1 Foor 2

TOTAL DEAD LOAD ON COLUMN 22450.7 LBS

SF 562 342 904 tot

Weight of Column (lb/ft) Height (ft) w6x30 30 33

lbs 990

Weight of decking on second floor sf lb/sf lbs Metal decking 342 2.3 786.6 cf lb/cf Concrete 114 144 16416 17202.6 tot weight of metal decking on roof sf lb/sf metal decking 562 Weight of beams and gurders lb/ft w16x26 26 24K7 9 12K3 5.7

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2.3

ft 60 86.5 110

lbs

1292.6 tot

lbs 1560 778.5 627 2965.5 tot

TOTAL LIVE LOAD lbs/sf SF floor 60 roof 20

cf conc slab decking

thick (in) sf 3 2

342 562

342 342

lbs

cf

soil bearing capacity 5000 lbs/sf

footing size (dead load only) 4.49014 sf 2x2 footing

footing size (dead and live load) 10.84214 sf

3.3 sqrt

3.5x3.5 footing

20520 11240 31760 tot

85.5 28.5 114 tot cf

Left Side View


Rear View

Right Side View

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Building Envelope: Overall Wall Section

• Backup wall is a Steel Stud Wall with Batt insulation. • Exterior Cladding is a mix of an exterior glazing or EIFS

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• A shading device system will encompass the exterior of the building. • This device is made up of Copper Anodized Aluminum louvers and glazing system tied into the main wall structure.


First Floor Wall Section

Second Floor Wall Section

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Updated Site Plan Description • Property Line • Parking • Connections to pedestrian pathways • Connection to Memorials

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Exterior Renderings

Description • References derived from memorial Warm metal material similar to cube and louvers from walls seen in shading devices

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Memorial Concept Description • Representation of the weight of slavery

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First Floor Floor Plan

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First Floor Fire Egress

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Lobby Area Description • Hub of Circulation • Connects office/reception, café, library, event space, and second floor

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Gift Shop Description • Sells souvenirs and information branded to the center and Natchez • Connects to Exit of Exhibit and Reflection Garden

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Café Area Description • Includes kitchen and Storage room • Serves coffee and smaller portions of food

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Atrium Area Description • So you can see plants like cotton and eat if food gotten from café • Provides pass through access to event space also

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Library Area Description • A research hub of information focusing on the history of Natchez Mississippi

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Event Space Description • Space for smaller events to be held with outdoor access for private events and interior access for public

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Informatio n Desk Description • Located right by access to second floor exhibit spaces

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Office Area Description • Private entrance from exterior and also connected to lobby via info desk. • Private bathrooms • Private break room • storage

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Second Floor Floor Plan

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Second Floor Fire Egress

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Children's Learning Area Description • A place with exhibits more catered toward smaller children so they can have a chance to learn things in a more limited way

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Family Bathrooms Description • Located right by entrance stairs to second floor exhibit spaces • Include changing and nursing stations

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Exhibit Spaces Description • There are about 6 open spaces provided to house the desired future exhibit spaces • This makes up most of the second-floor layout.

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Theatre Space Description • Located halfway through the exhibit space

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Access to First Floor Description • End of the Exhibit space that doubles as a fire stair. • Accesses giftshop, children's learning area, and directly has access to the exterior of the building

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Reflection Garden Description • Reflection Space • Also connects to giftshop to if they want to reenter the lobby

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Colt Lee ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY STUDENT

Mobile: 228-342-8489

EDUCATION

Email: colt.lee@usm.edu

Architectural Engineering Technology BS University of Southern Mississippi / Hattiesburg, MS /August 2017 – May 2021 / GPA 3.65

STRENGTHS 10/10 Reliability 10/10 Multitasking 10/10 Teamwork 10/10 Organization 8/10 Problem Solving

SKILLS 9/10 AutoCAD 9/10 Revit 8/10 Sketching 7/10 Chief Architect 6/10 Lumion

EXPERIENCE Drafting Assistant Danny Lee Designs / Bay St. Louis, MS / July 2020 – Present • • •

Detail, note, dimension, update residential CAD plan sets Come up with practical solutions to design problems Create electrical and foundation plans for finalized floorplan designs

Draftsman Dan & Cindy Byers / Hattiesburg, MS / October 2020 – Present • •

Responsible for all design aspects of a desired home renovation. Create architectural drawings and models tailored to the owner’s satisfaction and industry standards

Architectural Intern Doescher Designs PLLC / Bay St. Louis, MS / July 2020 – September 2020 • •

Aided in drafting residential plans, sections, elevations, electrical plans, door/window schedules, and site plans. Performed surveys of existing homes for renovations/additions.

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