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Project Daylight

Central Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh Final Submission 13 December 2010 Ellen Chou, Anna Hong, Jiwon Hur, Alexandra Legrady, Eric Smith


INDEX INDEX GENERAL USE STIPULATIONS GENERAL NOTES AND LEGEND PROJECT NARRATIVE PROJECT NARRATIVE PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS PROJECT SCOPE: SUN/SHADOW DATA PROJECT SCOPE: TOPOGRAPHICAL DATA PROJECT SCOPE: WIND DATA PROJECT SCOPE: ENVIRONMENTAL DATA PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING LOCATION PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING LOCATION PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING LOCATION PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING LOCATION PROJECT SCOPE: LAND USE AND ZONING REQUIREMENTS PROJECT SCOPE: LAND USE AND ZONING REQUIREMENTS PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION PROJECT SCOPE: LAND USE / SITE UTILIZATION DEVIATION PROJECT SCOPE: LAND USE / SITE UTILIZATION DEVIATION PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING CONDITION PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING CONDITION PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING CONDITION PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING CONDITION PROJECT SCOPE: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCOPE: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCOPE: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCOPE: HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING - AXONOMETRIC PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING - ELEVATION PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING - ELEVATION PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING - PLAN PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING - PLAN PROJECT SCOPE: TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING - SECTION CODE ANALYSIS CODE ANALYSIS CODE ANALYSIS CODE ANALYSIS SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND SPECIFICATIONS: WINDOWS AND DOORS SCHEDULE SPECIFICATIONS: WINDOWS AND DOORS SCHEDULE SPECIFICATIONS: FRAMING MEMBERS SCHEDULE SPECIFICATIONS: FRAMING MEMBERS SCHEDULE SITE CONTEXT: PROPORTION STUDY SITE CONTEXT: EXISTING ASSETS AND LIABILITIES SITE CONTEXT: SUN STUDIES SITE CONTEXT: GENERAL SITE MODIFICATIONS SITE CONTEXT: GENERAL SITE MODIFICATIONS SITE CONTEXT: GENERAL SITE MODIFICATIONS SITE CONTEXT: GENERAL SITE MODIFICATIONS SITE CONTEXT: GENERAL SITE MODIFICATIONS SELECTIVE DEMOLITION: DIAGRAMS SELECTIVE DEMOLITION: DIAGRAMS ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: INDEX ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: FIRST FLOOR PLAN ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: FIRST FLOOR PLAN ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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INDEX

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ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECOND FLOOR PLAN ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: FIRST FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: FIRST FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED FIRST FLOOR PLAN ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED FIRST FLOOR PLAN ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: LONG SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: LONG SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED LONG SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED LONG SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED CROSS SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED CROSS SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SOUTH ELEVATION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SOUTH ELEVATION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: EAST ELEVATION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: EAST ELEVATION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: WEST ELEVATION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: WEST ELEVATION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PERSPECTIVE SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PERSPECTIVE SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: AXONOMETRIC SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: AXONOMETRIC SECTION ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PLAN DETAIL 1 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PLAN DETAIL 2 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PLAN DETAIL 3 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PLAN DETAIL 4 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PLAN DETAIL 5 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: PLAN DETAIL 6 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECTION DETAIL 1 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECTION DETAIL 2 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECTION DETAIL 3 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECTION DETAIL 4 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECTION DETAIL 5 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: SECTION DETAIL 6 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: DETAIL DIAGRAM 1 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: DETAIL DIAGRAM 2 ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: DETAIL DIAGRAM 3 ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE: EXTERIOR PERSEPCTIVES ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION: ORIENTATION MODIFICATION ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION: ORIENTATION MODIFICATION IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: LOGISTICS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: LOGISTICS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: LOGISTICS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: LOGISTICS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: PAYBACK ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY

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INDEX

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GENERAL USE STIPULATIONS: These documents are the copyrighted and intellectual property of Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing and cannot be reproduced in whole or in part without permission. No document may be taken out of the index without consideration for all other drawings in the set. Drawings may not be scaled or modified. No change may be made without consultation of the architect. The architect assumes no responsibility for misinterpretations, omissions, or errors on account of using incomplete or altered sets of documents that have not been approved.

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GENERAL USE STIPULATIONS


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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

ABBREVIATIONS: A.B. - ANCHOR BOLT A.G. - ABOVE GRADE B.G. - BELOW GRADE BLK. - BLOCKING B.O. - BOTTOM OF BTWN. - BETWEEN C.L. - CENTER LINE CONC. - CONCRETE CONN. - CONNECTION CONT. - CONTINUOUS CRS. - COURSE DIA. - DIAMETER EXT. - EXTERIOR F.F. - FINISH FACE F.F.E. - FINISH FLOOR ELEVATION F.G. - FINISH GRADE F.O.W. - FACE OF WALL H.M. - HOLLOW METAL HOR. - HORIZONTAL INT. - INTERIOR JT. - JOINT JTS. - JOINTS M.F. - MECHANICAL FASTENER MNT. - MOUNT N.T.S. - NOT TO SCALE O.C. - ON CENTER O.H. - OVERHEAD R.O. - ROUGH OPENING SCHED. - SCHEDULE T.O. - TOP OF T.O.M. - TOP OF MASONRY TRD. - TREAD TYP. - TYPICAL U.G. - UNDERGROUND U.N.O. - UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE VERT. - VERTICAL V.I.F. - VERIFY IN FIELD W.H.L. - WEEP HOLE WIN. - WINDOW

MATERIAL LEGEND: BRICK MASONRY

SYMBOLS LEGEND: KEYNOTE:

1

KEYNOTE DESIGNATION

DIMENSIONAL LUMBER

ELEVATION TAG:

CONCRETE

1|AT1.01

SHEET NUMBER

DRAWING NUMBER

STEEL

ALUMINUM

SECTION TAG:

1|AT1.01

SHEET NUMBER

CONCRETE/BRICK AGGREGATE

GYPSUM WALL BOARD

FIBERGLASS INSULATION

DRAWING NUMBER

DETAIL TAG: DRAWING NUMBER 1 AT3.01

SHEET NUMBER

FINISH FLOOR ELEVATION:

F.F.E. 0’ - 0”

RIGID FOAM INSULATION

ROOM TAG: PLASTER LATH

ROOM 100

ROOM NAME NUMBER

DOOR TAG:

01

DESIGNATOR

WINDOW TYPE TAG:

01

DESIGNATOR

GENERAL NOTES AND LEGEND

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PROJECT NARRATIVE


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PROJECT DAYLIGHT

Project Daylight is a design modification that can be applied to an existing housing typology in Lawrenceville. This transformation, although shown for a specific home can be adapted to any mason’s row house to improve daylighting in the home and minimize utility costs by taking advantage of passive strategies. The implementation strategies presented are designed to provide an affordable path to the realization of renovation that can impact and revitalize the Lawrenceville area.

LAWRENCEVILLE

The Central Lawrenceville neighborhood is one of Pittsburgh’s most diverse districts. The population reflects multiple income levels, ages, races, and family structures. The built environment itself is equally dynamic with industrial areas directly next to single family houses, row homes, apartment buildings, and commercial streets. As with much of the city, the neighborhood suffered from a rapid exodus of population in the last fifty years. However, the city has recently marked it as a “hip” destination for artists and young professionals, reflected by the revitalization of Butler Street businesses and new influx of people.

HOUSING TYPOLOGY

The common features of this mason’s row type include two story constructions with an attic typically defined by a single center dormer facing the street façade. On the other floors, three bays are defined by equally spaced windows that face the street. Many have been modified over the years. Common modifications found in Lawrenceville include an addition in the rear of one or two stories, and front porches with proper setbacks. Some owners even chose to enclose their porches for more heated indoor space. Historically, heating systems were fueled by coal, and many have a chute in front for coal deliveries.

IMPLEMENTATION

The adaptive transformation of the porch along the front façade will extend the living space and improve the overall daylighting in the house. This glass extension can utilize passive heating strategies in the winter to minimize utilities. In the summer the porch can be completely open, taking advantage of natural ventilation. Collecting rain water and adding plantings will stop flooding and cut back on water usage for irrigation. Ultimately, the approaches defined will improve the quality of life in the Central Lawrenceville neighborhood through sustainable and affordable means.

PROJECT NARRATIVE

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POPULATION & RACE (2000, 2008)

KEY Population (2000) White

The current population that resides in Central Lawrenceville (4,654) is the largest of the three when compaired to those of Lower (2,295) and Upper Lawrenceville (2,495). Relatively, it is nearly double that which can be found in either of the other two. Since 2000, Lawrenceville overall has experienced a significant decrease in population, the majority of which occured in Central Lawrenceville. However, when studying this drop relative to the lower and upper regions, Central Lawrence has exhibited the smallest percetage decrease over time.

African American Asian Other

Overall, studies of the racial demographics that make up Lawrenceville reveals a relatively homogeneous population that is predominately White. A smaller African American and Asian population makes up the remaining demo along with an even smaller population comprised of other ethnicities.

LOWER LAWRENCEVILLE

In comparison to the greater Lawrenceville region, Central Lawrenceville has the greatest number of people in all of the age groups except for those in their sixties to mid seventies. Out of the population of Central Lawrenceville, the majority are in their mid thirties to late fifties, with a similar percentage found to be in their early years to mid thirties, implying a family oriented population make up. Another demographic that can be found in Central Lawrenceville is the elderly, who are in their mid seveties and onwards.

KEY Lower Central Upper

5 - 19

AGE GROUP

AGE STRUCTURE OF POPULATION

CENTRAL LAWRENCEVILLE

20 - 34 35 - 59 60 - 74 75 +

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UPPER LAWRENCEVILLE


-13.9%

9

2,899

5

2,495

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LOWER

CENTRAL

UPPER

$44,468

$51,042

$46,328

86%

86%

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MEDIAN HOME VALUE PERCENTAGE OF HOMES OCCUPIED

82%

11.9

14.3

15

42.2% owner 57.8% renter

51.8% owner 48.2% renter

60.6% owner 39.4% renter

$26,711

$28,406

$32,348

NUMBER OF YEARS SPENT AT RESIDENCE

HOME OWNERSHIP MEDIAN INCOME

(BASED OFF OF STUDIES CONDUCTED IN 2009)

MODES OF TRANSPORTATION 52.7%

18% 17.3%

52.6% 16.6% 14.6%

52.5% 18.1% 17.4%

KEY DRIVE

CARPOOL

BUS

WALK

HOME OWNERSHIP & RESIDENTIAL STATISTICS Although the median home value of Central Lawrenceville ($52,042) is noticably higher in comparison to that of Lower ($44,468) and Upper Lawrenceville ($46,328), the median income of its residents is relatively on par with the rest of the region. Of the 86% of homes that are occupied, the ratio of owner to renter in Central Lawrenceville is fairly balanced with 51.8% of people owning their home to 48.2% who rent.

PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS

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LAWRENCEVILLE VACANT LOTS

LOWER

UPPER

Lots Listed: 8 24 Price/SF: $3.7 $3.14 Average Value: $4662 $13933 Average Area: 1233 SF 4432SF http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/finance/real_estate/08_marketing_lots_oct.pdf

The majority of the vacant lots in Lawrenceville exist in the Upper area, with a larger square footage of land available and higher priced vacancies available. The vacant land in Upper Lawrenceville is mainly concentrated within one area as opposed to the Lower section where lots are dispersed. In lower Lawrenceville all of the vacant lots are level and have a paved street.Approximately half of the vacant lots in upper Lawrenceville are level and the other half are sloped. About 90% of the lots are on a paved street.

KEY Price

Lot Size

< $ 5000

1000SF - 4000SF

> $ 5000

over 4000SF

PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS

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HOUSING

Pittsburgh Lower Central Upper Average Listing Price: $232,000 $124,000 $133,000 $59,000 Price/SF: $85 $72 $38 Properties for Sale: 2979 14 32 21 Properties Sold: 3794 20 31 11 Foreclosed: 2049 5 9 5 http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Pittsburgh-Pennsylvania/

HOUSES FOR SALE BY >10K 10K 20K - 30K 80K

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BUILDING PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

Prior to the construction, enlargement, alteration, or repair of any building or structure a building permit is required. A contractor licensed by the City of Pittsburgh must make the application for building permit unless the occupier performs on his/her own one or two-family dwelling and no employees are hired. The building permit applications must be made by the owner, contractor, or authorized agent. The process includes: zoning counter, file room, engineerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s counter, license and cashier counter. The following information is needed: address of the job site, ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s information, check or money order, contractor registration information, constructions plans (approved by an engineer or architect), and if occupancy permit is needed a plot plan for zoning approval is required. http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/BBI/html/building_permit.html

BUILDING PERMIT FEES

R-3/R-4

Commercial

R-2

New Const.

$247

$0.43/sf

$0.43/sf

Additions

$64

$0.43/sf

$0.43/sf

Alterations

$34

$78

$78

***There is a minimum of $82 for commercial and R-2 additions. The alterations cost for commercial and R-2 varies, up to $1000 is equivalent to $78. Each additional $1000 is $13, and each additional $1000 over $1 Million is $6. This is a basic measure to view the feasibility of a project, specifically if alterations and additions are worth adding to the existing structure. http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/BBI/assets/10_BBI_permit_fees.pdf

SERVICE RATE FEES ELECTRICITY Duquesne Light Company $0.14/kwH NATURAL GAS Peoples Dominion 1cf of gas = 1,026 btu $12.12/mmbtu HOT WATER Fuel type: Gas $12.12/mmbtu ***Average gallons of hot water/month = 2800 gallons mmbtu/mo= gallons x .001 mmbtu/gallon (convert to mmbtu)

PROJECT SCOPE: BROAD DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS

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SUN STUDIES ON PRIMARY HOUSE 3:00PM

12:00PM 9:00AM

SUN SHADOWS: JANUARY 9:00AM - 1:00PM - 5:00PM

3:00PM

12:00PM 9:00AM

SUN SHADOWS: JULY 9:00AM - 1:00PM - 5:00PM

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PROJECT SCOPE: SUN / SHADOW DATA


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Central Lawrenceville Topography with 5 foot contour intervals

DAYLIGHT Because Pittsburgh is located on the windward side of the Allegheny Mountains, there is often cloud cover and many overcast days. In the winter months, only 28% to 30% of daylight hours have direct sunshine. In summer this number climbs to 55%, which is still a fairly low amount of sunshine. This brings into question the feasability of passive solar systems. [source: rssweather.com]

TOPOGRAPHY AND SLOPE Central Lawrenceville is located on a hillside sloping northwest toward the Allegheny River. The nieghborhood itself has a fairly steep but tranversible grade, while steep slopes exist to the south and north. The western part is located on the flat lowland adjacent to the river. The direction and grade of slope can affect the exposure to sunlight of buildings, especially that of the Hill District to the south. Also, runoff patterns are directed down the north-south streets due to the slope.

SUN ACCESS The primary case study house is facing southest. With no houses on the opposite side of the street, this means excellent access to sunlight during the morning hours year-round for rooms in the front portion of the house. These spaces already have large windows that are acceptable for solar gain the winter, but could present a problem of overheating during the summer months. The northeast facade of the house recieves no direct sunlight but also has no fenestration. This facade is ideal for allowing indirect light in the summer months while contributing little to overall heat gain. Currently, this strategy is not being utilized.

PROJECT SCOPE: TOPOGRAPHICAL DATA

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PREVAILING WIND PATTERNS ON PRIMARY HOUSE

WIND PATTERNS

Winds are primarily from the southwest during summer and winter months but shift more westerly during mid spring and autumn. Average wind speeds vary from around 10 -12 knots in winter to 6 - 8 knots during the summer. Local conditions may modify the prevailing wind patterns and proximity to built structures, open spaces, and orientation have an effect on inidividual structures. A steep hill lies to the southwest of Lawrenceville, directing winds to the west and south. Strongest wind patterns come from the riverfront to the northwest.

WIND ROSES FOR FOUR SIGNIFICANT MONTHS

(METERS PER SECOND)

January

May

July

October

The location of the primary case study house on a relatively isolated hillside makes it highly susceptible to wind, especially southwest winds that come directly up the street. This can affect the required heating of the house in winter, but is desirable in summer for passive cooling. National Water and Climate Service

National Water and Climate Service

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TEMPERATURE Pittsburgh is a four season climate with warm summers and cold winters. Average temperature in winter ranges from 19 to 35 degrees Fahrenheit, which places a great need on heating. The current homes in this study lack insulation. The summer averages 62 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit, which alloss for natural ventilation during the summer. Reaching the comfort zone during the summer is easily achieved. The climate is thus heating-based, with 5968 heating degree days versus 654 cooling degree days. A heating system is required in all homes, but cooling may be completed passively to avoid constructing cooling systems. http://www.rssweather.com

PRECIPITATION Annual precipitation is 37.85 inches, falling fairly evenly across the year but slightly more in spring and less in fall. Pittsburgh also recieves around 15 inches of snow per season. Precipitation drains northwest to the Allegheny River. The slope of most of the neighborhood toward this direction as well as proximity to green areas such as the cemeteries and parks allows for several areas for water retention and drainage control. Water falling on the roof can also be collected for grey water usage in the home, further reducing runoff. A total of 23,800 gallons per year can be collected off the roof. http://www.rssweather.com

PROJECT SCOPE: ENVIRONMENTAL DATA

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LOCATIONS OF HOUSING TYPOLOGY The focused typology is a two-story, single unit house with three bays of windows and a dormer on the street-facing facade. Some variations include balcony, sizes and position of windows, setback, addition of the back of the house, etc. The houses are scattered across ten streets. Different positions dictate how the owner adept their houses. Because Upper Lawrenceville is centered on industry, the majority of this housing typology can be found in Lower and Central Lawrenceville The primary materials used in this typology are bricks and shingles with various exterior finishing. The prices of the houses are acquired from the Allegheny County tax assessment web site. Prices may not match the present day value since appraisals were taken place in the 1900â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Number twenty is the primary house with east-west axis. Number six is the secondary house with north-south axis. Both houses are detached masons rowhouse with a vacent lot on one side.

14 15 11

16

12

9

13 10 7

3

1

4

8 5 2

6

18 17

20 19

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1. 119 41st Street North - South axis 2,050 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $34,400

2.

5. 113 42nd Street North - South axis 1,020 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $22,700

6.

124 42nd Street North - South axis 1,245 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $ 83,400

SECONDARY HOUSE 148 42nd Street North - South axis 2,400 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle

3.

109 42nd Street North - South axis 1,028 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $24,800

7.

138 44th Street North - South axis 2,286 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $23,500

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4. 111 42nd Street North - South axis 989 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $18,600

8. 140 44th Street North - South axis 2,286 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $20,500.

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9. 150 44th Street North - South axis 1,296 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $31,600

10. 138 44th Street North - South axis 2,286 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $23,500

11. 133 45th Street North - South axis 2,000 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $48,200

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14. 133 46th Street North - South axis 2,150 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $34,100

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16. 175 46th Street North - South axis 2,000 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $53,100

168 46th Street North - South axis 2,000 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $66,100

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127 46th Street North - South axis 2,100 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $ 38,100

143 45th Street North - South axis 1,120 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $35,800


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17. 306 45th Street North - South axis 2,376 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $23,900

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272 46th Street North - South axis 2,000 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $37,700

19. 302 46th Street North - South axis 5,060 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $30,000

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PRIMARY HOUSE 4627 Bancroft Street East - West axis 2,640 sq. ft. Brick & Shingle $31,900

Parcel ID 0049-C-00276-0000-00\ Municipality 109 PIttsburgh - 9th Ward

PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING LOCATION

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PITTSBURGH ZONING CLASSIFICATIONS Residential Commercial Landscape Educational Industrial

EMI - Educational/medical institution GI - General Industrial H - Hillside LNC - Local Neighborhood Commercial PO - Parks and Open Space R1A-H - Single-Unit Attached Residential High Density R1A-VH - Single-Unit Attached Residential Very High Density R1D-H - Single-Unit Detached Residential High Density RM-M - Multi-Unit Residential Moderate Density UI - Urban Industrial

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CITY OF PITTSBURGH LAND USE STIPULATIONS Lawrenceville consists of residential, commercial, landscape, educational and industrial zones. Of which landscape, residential and industrial zones occupy the most square footage. Industrial zone surrounds the river. The commercial zone locates on either sides of Butler Street. Residential zones are scattered among commercial and park areas. The primary house locates in the R1A-H zone. The primary house is directly adjacent to a big open green space. Secondary house locates in the R1A-VH zone. It is sandwiched between industrial and commercial zones. Code of Ordinances: City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ord. No. 39-2009, enacted . 1, 2010

LANDUSE FOR PRIMARY HOUSE R1A-H - Single-Unit Attached Residential

Min Lot Size Min Lot Size per Unit Min Front Setback Min Rear Setback Min Exterior Sideyard Setback Min Interior Sideyard Setback Max Height stories)

1,800 s.f. 750 s.f. 15 ft 15 ft 15 ft 10 ft 40 ft (not to exceed 3

LAND USE FOR SECONDARY HOUSE

R1A-VH - Single-Unit Attached Residential Very High Density

Min Lot Size Min Lot Size per Unit Min Front Setback Min Rear Setback Min Exterior Sideyard Setback Min Interior Sideyard Setback Max Height stories)

1,200 s.f. 400 s.f. 5 ft 15 ft 5 ft 10 ft 40 ft (not to exceed 3

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LOT: 4627 BANCROFT STREET | PRIMARY HOUSE

STREET FRONT SETBACK & UTILIZATION CHARACTERISTICS:

A. Front setback less than 5 feet in depth, entrance at street level B. Front setback less than 5 feet in depth, elevated entrance C. Front setback between 5 and 10 feet in depth, entrance at street level D. Front setback between 10 and 20 feet in depth, front yard utilization E. Front setback 20 feet or greater in depth F. Lot usage not oriented towards the street in reference G. Vacant lot, no site usage

Unit and Side Setback Charcteristics:

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FRONT AND REAR SETBACKS AND SPACE UTILIZATION No front yard utilization, while the back of house is kept as yard space. North side of house is directly adjacent to an unused plot of city land with no side setback.

SITE INFORMATION:

Lot Depth: 120 feet Lot Width: 25 feet Front Setback: 2 feet Rear Setback: 50 feet Side Setback: 10 feet

SIDE SETBACK AND SPACE UTILIZATION A 10 foot side setback in between the house and its neighbor has been partitioned out and paved with the clear intention for it to be used as a carport. However, because the street is more remote and does not see much traffic, people have come to park their cars along the street rather than in the narrow spaces in bvetween each house to allow for easier access. The space has been fenced off and utility lines and air-conditioning units have been allowed to protrude out into the space that once would have been reserved for the automobile.

PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION

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LOT: 148 43RD STREET | SECONDARY HOUSE

Street Front Setback & Utilization Characteristics: A. Front setback less than 5 feet in depth, entrance at street level B. Front setback less than 5 feet in depth, elevated entrance C. Front setback between 5 and 10 feet in depth, entrance at street level D. Front setback between 10 and 20 feet in depth, front yard utilization E. Front setback 20 feet or greater in depth F. Lot usage not oriented towards the street in reference G. Vacant lot, no site usage Unit and Side Setback Charcteristics:

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SIDE SETBACK AND UTILIZATION As a detached, single-unit typology, the house has a narrow 5 foot clearance between it and the structure on its adjacent lot. Because of the limited width and accessibility of the space, this alley is rarely inhabited. Instead, it is utilized mainly as a service corridor along which to run utility lines and store garbage so as to keep them hidden when viewed from a street front perspective.

FRONT AND REAR SETBACK AND UTILIZATION The house is set 10 feet back from the side walk and 20 feet from its neighboring look in the back. This leaves a decent amount of space to be utilized in both the front and back yards. The front yard is currently being utilized as a garden space, which not only provides shade but also serves to screen the front of the house, creating a good amount of privacy on an otherwise densely packed residential block.

SITE INFORMATION

Lot Depth: 80 feet Lot Width: 30 feet Front Setback: 10 feet Rear Setback: 20 feet Side Setback: 5 feet

PROJECT SCOPE: SITE UTILIZATION

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PRIMARY LOT: 4627 BANCROFT STREET

LAND USE | R1A-H HIGH DENSITY SUBDISTRICT: Minimum Lot Size: 1,800 square feet Minimum Front Setback: 15 feet Minimum Rear Setback: 15 feet Minimum Exterior Sideyard Setback: 15 feet Minimum Interior Sideyard Setback: 5 feet Max Height: 40 feet, not to exceed 3 stories

SITE UTILIZATION Lot Depth: 120 feet Lot Width: 25 feet Front Setback: 2 feet Rear Setback: 50 feet Side Setback: 10 feet (left), 0 feet (right)

SITE UTILIZATION DEVIATION The house is incompliant with R1A-H land-use stipulations on its Northeast and Southeast facades. The code requires a 15 foot front yard setback, however only a 2 foot setback exists for the current housing footprint. The side setback is also incompliant with the 5 foot minimum setback requirement as stipulated by land-use code. Instead the house sits right along the lot boundaries of the vacant piece of city owned land.

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SECONDARY LOT: 148 43RD STREET

LAND USE | R1A-VH VERY HIGH DENSITY SUBDISTRICT

Minimum Lot Size: 1,200 square feet Minimum Front Setback: 5 feet Minimum Rear Setback: 15 feet Minimum Exterior Sideyard Setback: 5 feet Minimum Interior Sideyard Setback: 5 feet Maximum Height: 40 feet, not to exceed 3 stories

SITE UTILIZATION

Lot Depth: 80 feet Lot Width: 30 feet Front Setback: 10 feet Rear Setback: 20 feet Side Setback: 5 feet (left), 4 feet (right)

SITE UTILIZATION DEVIATION In its existing condition, the house complies with the R1A-VH stipulations on all sides except on its Northwest faรงade. The land use code sets down a 5 foot minimum side setback, but the house is only set back 4 feet on its North-west side, leaving a one foot section that protrudes into the no-build space between the house and its adjacent vacant lot.

PROJECT SCOPE: LAND USE / SITE UTILIZATION DEVIATION

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CHARACTERISTICS OF PRIMARY HOUSE LOCATION This house is located on the boundary between the cemeteries and the residential area. The front of the house faces a stone wall that separates the houses from the St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cemetery. On the northeast side of the house faces the Allegheny Cemetery, and the southwest side and the back side of the house face other residential buildings.

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Single loaded

Elevation of the street the house is located

The street or the stone wall that the house is facing

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CHARACTERISTICS OF SECONDARY HOUSE LOCATION This house is surrounded by similar houses all around. Its front faces another front porch of a house. The northwest side of the house faces a garden next door and is also open to the empty lot. This house is located in a dense residential area.

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Double loaded

Elevation of the street the house is located

The street the front porch of the house is facing

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VARIABLES ACROSS THE TYPOLOGICAL INVENTORY

SINGLE FRONT-FACING DORMER

FRONT-FACING WINDOW CONDITIONS

EXTERIOR FINISH MATERIAL

FRONT DOOR CONDITIONS

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EXISTING CONDITIONS With a double brick construction, the building envelope seems stable and sturdy despite its age. The owner of the house replaced the old windows with new double glazed windows within the past ten years, while other openings have been covered up with brick. There are cracks between the old and newly filled in brick. The gutters need to be redirected; currently they extend directly onto the lawn. Newly installed double glazed windows; no

Lose shingles overhead

The interior of the house has been renovated by the owner and does not require further rennovation. The owner mentioned that the chimney leaks inside the house, which needs to be fixed. Originally there were fire places in every room, but now all of them are blocked from inside. The porch was constructed by the father of the resident a few decades ago. Its original wood construction was later reinforced with brick. Due to years of exposure to severe weather and the elements, the porch is currently in poor condition. The wood overhead is rotting and warping, and the shingles have come loose. The porch needs to be fitted with a new roof and drainage system. Grass exists only on the cemetary side of the house, and there are no trees around the house. There is a small stone decoration in front that requires little maintenance. The large backyard is not well maintained, and is currently being used as storage space for garbage and machinery.

Deserted backyard

Low maintanence stone element

Leaking chimney

Gutter condition

Existing porch in poor condition No trees or vegetation on site. Only grass from the cemetary PROJECT SCOPE: HOUSING CONDITION

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PRIMARY HOUSE: MATERIAL CONDITIONS Exterior: Double wythe brick construction Roof: Asphalt shingles Window: Double glazed, operable Porch: Open brick construction Building Footprint: 800 sq. Total Window area: 191.5 sq. Total Brick envelop area: 2834.5 sq. Total Number of Rooms: 6

Double wyth brick exterior wall

AREAS OF MODIFICATION Porch addition; Room addition (rear); Louvers on the porch; Window extension on the 1st floor; New window installation; brick enclosures on side windows.

DOUBLE WYTHE BRICK WALL CONSTRUCTION

Metal cladding and gutter

CEILING JOIST RAFTER

Decorative metal cladding

EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

DOOR FRAME

FLOORING FLOOR JOIST REINFORCED CONCRETE PORCH SLAB

BEARER

Asphalt shingle roofing

REINFORCED CONCRETE

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PRIMARY HOUSE: FORMS OF MODIFICATION

dormer

additional room

porch

The porch and room addition to the original house

Decreased size of openings by walling up windows and doors

Window > expansion

Operable louvers installed on the porch

PROJECT SCOPE: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION

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SECONDARY HOUSE: MATERIAL CONDITIONS CONSTRUCTION Metal is used significantly throughout the exterior along with brick. Metal cladding on the porch roof, metal gutters along the roof edges, and metal shutters on the porch. However these are not the original materials, they were later added to the house. The house structure is wood frame construction with brick exterior. The porch, which was later added is also wooden structure.

Majority of the exterior is brick.

Diagram by Rural Building http://www.ruralbuilding.com.au/pages/brick_veneer.asp

Metal details along the porch

Asphalt shingles are also part of the materials, but it is only used on the side of the gabled dormer dormer

FORMS OF MODIFICATION Porches were added to the original form in the front of the house as well as the back of the house. Gabled dormer is also a later addition to the house. The metal shutters on the porch is the most recent modification to the house. front porch

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Coal Chute

One of our housing studies was constructed around 1900 and originally used coal as the main heating method. A coal chute can be seen from the porch, this was originally designed to have coal be directly transferred to the coal storage area and furnace located in the basement. Most homes that date back to this time would have used coal before updating the homes heating system.

GAS RADIATOR SYSTEM

Radiator

STEAM AND WATER Homes in the Lawrenceville area currently use a gas radiator heating system using. Either steam (which was specifically used in house 1), or water is circulated through exposed pipes. Radiators installed in these housing typologies usually exist in front of windows to help cut the harsh cold weather air that infiltrates through windows in the winter. Steam radiators are rather energy inefficient because of the time lag between turning on the system and the arriving of steam. Depending on when the heating system was last maintained, radiators can run at about only 40-50% efficiency. Ways to improve heat transfer throughout the room would be to place a reflector behind the radiator so the hot air reflects back into the room. Other possibilities for heating in the Lawrenceville area would be electric baseboard heaters. Since most homes date back to the 1940â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a central air system would not have been in place unless in a major retrofit occurred.

Radiator Reflector

COOLING AIR CONDITIONING UNIT

The main method of cooling in the residences of Lawrenceville is through the addition of a window air conditioning unit. Our first house had one placed on the second floor, the second house had two, one on the first floor and one on the second floor. Window AC units make for an easy retrofit for a home and offer the flexibility of turning on the unit when using a single room.

AC Window Unit

PROJECT SCOPE: HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS

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CASE STUDY TYPOLOGY HOUSE The main case study house is located at 4627 Bancroft Street, near a part of Allegheny Cemetery. It is relatively isolated, at the end of a dead end street with a large vacant area directly next to it. The facade faces southeast and the primary orientation is East-West. The house was built in 1900 and contains 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, and 1 bath. It consists of an original house and a later extension to the rear. The original house is three stories over a basement. The third floor is within the eave of the roof with one dormer over the front. The second floor fenestration contains three windows on the street facade. The original house was expanded at an unknown time to the rear on the first two stories and basement. The large rear extension nearly doubles the living area of the house, to 1,472 square feet. It is made entirely of brick construction, with no insulation except for panels added to the interior of some rooms. While there several windows on the two sides that would normally abut similar row house types, changes in the brick work imply windows were larger at one time, and back doors have been relocated from the side to the rear. The front porch was originally wood but was replaced with a brick one and contains a louver system facing the vacant lot for passive ventilation control on the porch. Heating was originally by coal furnace. The chute that used to deliver coal still exists below the front porch of the house, though no longer in use. There are two chimneys along the eastern wall of the original house and one on the west in the rear addition inferring possible location of the heating system inside. There is no cooling system, except for air conditioning units the owner placed in the windows.

1. EXISTING SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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1. EXISTING AXONOMETRIC SCALE: N.T.S.

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1. EXISTING WEST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

The existing condition is lacking significant openings for solar heat gain. The current facades have small, sparse openings and restrict access to daylight. There are only 3 openings on the west facade, which has the opportunity for winter sunlight to passively heat the interior volume. The porch condition offers some access to summer ventilation, but this could be improved.

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1. EXISTING EAST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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1. EXISTING BASEMENT PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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2. EXISTING FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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1.EXISTING SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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2. EXISTING THIRD FLOOR/ATTIC PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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1. EXISTING NORTH-SOUTH SECTION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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SPECIFICATIONS


R301- Design criteria As stipulated in R301.3 of the 2009 International Residential Code the residence shall comply with part 3, that the masonry walls must be at a maximum height of 12 feet plus a height of floor framing to not exceed 16 inches. An additional 8 feet is permitted for gable and end walls. The primary residence meets section R301.3 as the floor to ceiling heights have been lowered to 8 feet in recent renovations.

R303.7 Required glazed openings As stipulated in R303.7 of the 2009 International Residential Code (IRC2009), glazing under code requirements must open directly to a street, public alley, a yard, or a court. The residence meets this condition as the glazing opens up to the street on the Southeast face, the side yard along the East and the neighboring lot on the West.

>40% of Porch Exterior open =Sunroom

12’ MAX.

(CLEAR HEIGHT)

>7’ Height

EXIT

16” MAX.

(FLOOR HEIGHT)

R303.1 Habitable rooms As stipulated in section 303.1 of the 2009 International Residential Code (IRC2009), all occupying rooms must have glazing area of more than 8 percent of the floor area of the room. Rooms shall be naturally ventilated through windows, doors, louvers or other approved openings to natural air. Openings either should perform as access or be controllable by the occupants. The area of operable openings must be at least 4 percent of the ventilated floor area. The listed exception of section R303.1 pertains to a sunroom addition which is defined as a one-story structure attached to a dwelling with a glazing area in excess of 40 percent of the gross area of the structure’s exterior walls and roof. Sunroom additions are allowed for natural ventilation if in excess of 40 percent of the exterior sunroom walls are open or enclosed only by insect screening.

ELEVATION

GLAZING AREA > 8% OF FLOOR AREA

The proposed condition of the alteration to the residence discussed in this project will meet section 303.1 as the glazing will total % of the floor area of the room. The operable openings total % of the floor area.

OPERABLE GLAZING AREA > 4% OF FLOOR AREA

FLOOR AREA

8% OF FLOOR AREA 4% OF FLOOR AREA

PLAN

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R304 Minimum Room Areas As stipulated in section R304 of the 2009 International Residential Code there should be a minimum of one habitable room in every home of at least 120 square feet of gross floor area. The area of other habitable rooms must be larger than 70 square feet, except for kitchens. Every wall shall be wider than 7 feet. The residence meets this condition as the porch extension is 105 square feet, which is larger than the 70 sqaure feet minimum requirement for habitable area. 310.1- Residential Group R As stipulated in section 310.1 of the 2009 International Building Code the occupancy classification of the residences discussed in this project meet an R-3 classification as a primarily permanent residence in nature. The residential occupancy does not meet group R-1, R-2, or R-4 classification as they are either transient in nature or contain multiple housing units.

Must have at least 1 habitable room that is greater than 120sqft.

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Zoning classification: r-1 As stipulated in the zoning classification listed in the Code of Ordinances for the City of Pittsburgh Ord. No. 39-2009 the primary residence is located in an R1-AH high density residential area of Lawrenceville and the secondary home is located in an R1A-VH zone for a very high dense residential area. As stipulated in the Code of Ordinances for the City of Pittsburgh Ord. No. 39-2009 the zoning requirements of a residence located in R1-AH are as follows: Min Lot Size 1,200 s.f. Min Lot Size per Unit 400 s.f. Min Front Setback 5 ft Min Rear Setback 15 ft Min Exterior Sideyard Setback 5 ft Min Interior Sideyard Setback 10 ft Max Height 40 ft (not to exceed 3 stories) Zoning Classifications Continued As stipulated in the Code of Ordinances for the City of Pittsburgh Ord. No. 39-2009 the zoning requirements of a residence located in R1A-VH are as follows: Min Lot Size 1,200 s.f. Min Lot Size per Unit 400 s.f. Min Front Setback 5 ft Other habitable rooms Min Rear Setback 15 ft

(excluding >120fqft. room) must be greater than 70sqft.

>120sqft.

>70sqft. 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; MIN

7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; MIN.

The primary residence located on 4627 Bancroft Street located in a R1-AH area meets the Code of Ordinances for the City of Pittsburgh Ord. No. 39-2009 for minimum lot size, and rear and side setbacks. This residence does not meet the front lot setback as stated in the Code of Ordinances for the City of Pittsburgh Ord. No. 39-2009. The minimum lot coverage is met as the lot is 3000 square feet total. The residence meets the requirements for rear setback as it is 50 feet. The interior sideyard setback is met as it is currently 10 feet. The front setback does not meet the zoning code as it is only 2 feet setback from the sidewalk, the minimum requirement is a 15 foot setback. The residence 148 43rd Street situated in an R1A-VH meets Code of Ordinances for the City of Pittsburgh Ord. No. 39-2009 for minimum lot size, and front and rear setbacks but does not meet code for the interior sideyard setback. The residence meets the minimum lot coverage as it is 2400 square feet total. The front setback of the home is 10 feet which meets the minimum front setback of 5 ft. The rear setback is 20 feet which meets the minimum requirement of 15 feet. The side setback on the interior side is 5 feet which does not meet the minimum requirement for interior sideyard of 10 feet.

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Zoning Classification Continued No. 39-2009. The minimum lot coverage is met as the lot is 3000 square feet total. The residence meets the requirements for rear setback as it is 50 feet. The interior sideyard setback is met as it is currently 10 feet. The front setback does not meet the zoning code as it is only 2 feet setback from the sidewalk, the minimum requirement is a 15 foot setback. The residence 148 43rd Street situated in an R1A-VH meets Code of Ordinances for the City of Pittsburgh Ord. No. 39-2009 for minimum lot size, and front and rear setbacks but does not meet code for the interior sideyard setback. The residence meets the minimum lot coverage as it is 2400 square feet total. The front setback of the home is 10 feet which meets the minimum front setback of 5 ft. The rear setback is 20 feet which meets the minimum requirement of 15 feet. The side setback on the interior side is 5 feet which does not meet the minimum requirement for interior sideyard of 10 feet. AJ601.2 Wall and ceiling finish As stipulated in AJ601.2 of the 2009 International Building Code (IBC2009), the interior finish of walls must satisfy R302.8 Flame Spread index and Smoke-developed Index. R302.8 states that wall and ceiling finishes must have a flame index of less than 200 and smoke-developed index number of less than 450. Interior finishes must be tested with either ASTM E 84(test for surface burning characteristics of building materials) or UL23.4 (test for surface burning characteristics of flooring, floor covering, and miscellaneous materials). The existing condition of the home includes a double wythe masonry wall of a flame index of 0 which meets code AJ601.2. The modification of the residences mentioned in this project will include 5/8” gypsum board finishing material on walls and ceilings that will gain insulation. The flame index of 5/8” gypsum board is 15, which meets code AJ601.2

Exterior door

Ext.

Min. 36” landing

Int.

Section 602.3 As stipulated in 602.3 of the 2009 International Building Code Section the residences discussed in this project follow Type III building classification. The exterior of the building must be constructed of masonry walls which are noncombustible and the interior of the building must meet code. The fire-rating of the exterior baring walls must be at least 2 hours. The construction has to follow a brick and joist structure that has masonry load bearing walls. The floors and other structural framework are made of wood or of another combustible material. The residences meet section 602.3 as the exterior construction is noncombustible masonry with a fire-rating of at least two hours. The interior construction is composed of lumber joists and studs. As stipulated in section 602 of the International Building Code the fire rating resistance is classified as “B” since all the structural member are un-protected and have no additional fire rated coating of cover. The residences are classified as “B” construction due to the lack of fire rating cover on interior structural members. R311- Means of egress As stipulated in R311.1 of the 2009 International Residential Code all stairways, ramps, and exits shall comply with criteria governing means of egress for the projects described in this document. A continuous and unobstructed path of vertical and horizontal egress travel from the interior to the exterior of the dwelling must be provided. As stipulated in section R311.2 of the 2009 International Residential Code at least one egress door is provided in the existing residences as described in this document. The door complies with a side-hinged that provides a minimum clear width of 32 inches. The door opens 90 degrees and is at least 78 inches in height from the top of the threshold to the bottom. As written in section R311.3 the residence complies with proper floor landings at exterior doors provided that the landing is a flat slope and is 36 inches in the direction of travel.

Min. 36” landing

Continuous and unobstructed circulation between ext. and int. throughout the house

Porch

Living Room

Kitchen

Dining Room Half fBBath

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R311.8.1 Means of Egress- Ramp As stipulated in section R311.8.1 of the 2009 International Residential Code, the maximum slope of a ramp shall be 1 vertical to 12 horizontal units (8.3 percent slope).

HANDRAIL DIAMETER 1.25” < x < 2”

The ramp defined between the living room extension and the existing living room with a height differential of 4” meets code R311.8.1 as it slopes 4 vertical inches over 48 horizontal inches which is calculated at 8.3 percent slope. R311.7.7.3 Means of Egress- Grip Size As stipulated in section R311.7.7.3 of the 2009 International Residential Code a handrail must meet the graspability requirements in either a circular or non-circular form. A circular cross section shall have an outside diameter between the dimensions of 11/4 inches (32 mm) and 2 inches (51 mm). A non-circular railing shall have a perimeter dimension between 4 inches (102 mm) and 61/4 inches (160 mm) with a maximum cross section of dimension of 21/4 inches (57 mm). The railing provided in the residence meets section R311.7.7.3 as it is 2” x .5” rectalinear. R 312.2 Guard- height As stipulated in Section R312.2 of the 2009 International Residential Code, a guard is required along an open-sided walking surface such as a stairway, ramp, or landing that is located more than 30 inches (762 mm) measured in the vertical direction.

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a a+b+c+d = y b PERIMETER 4” < y < 6.25” d c

N1101.4 Building thermal envelope insulation As stipulated in N1101.4 of the 2009 International Residential Code (IRC2009), for insulation pieces that have a width larger than 12 inches (305mm) shall have R-value identification mark indicated by the manufacturer. The insulation installer should indicate certification, manufacturer type, and R-values of the installations, and he/she must sign, date, and post the certificate at the installation site. The addition of insulation within the homes specified in this project include Owens Corning Pink 12 in. x 16-1/4 in. x 4 ft. R38 Fiberglass Insulation and Super Tuff R13 2 in. 4 ft. x 8 ft. Polyisocyanurate Rigid Foam Insulation are clearly marked on the product. The installer of the insulation will sign the certificated required of code N1101.4 upon installation of the product in the residences mentioned in this project.

A guard will be provided along the 4” vertical ramp located between the addition and existing living room of the residence discussed in this project at 36” above the finished surface. Along the front entrance step sequence of the residence a guard will be constructed 36” above the finished surface in order to meet section R312.2.

N1102.1 Insulation and fenestration criteria As stipulated in N1102.1 of the 2009 International Residential Code (IRC2009), the building thermal envelope shall meet the requirements of Table N1102.1 based on the climate zone specified in this table. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is within climate zone 5 and requires insulation values of U value .35 for fenestration and U value of .60 for skylights. The ceiling must be at least R38 and the masonry walls must meet an R13 insulation value.

R312.3 Guard- Opening limitations. As stipulated in section R312.3 of the 2009 International Residential Code guards shall not have any openings that allow a 4 inch diameter sphere to pass through.

The existing conditions of the homes discussed in this project do not meet the floor and wall insulation requirements stated in code N1102.1. The proposed adaptation of the specified homes and addition of insulation of R13 2” rigid foam insulation to the walls and R38 12” fiberglass insulation to the basement ceiling and the second floor ceiling will meet code N1102.1

Exceptions: 1. The triangular openings at the open side of a stair, formed by the riser, tread and bottom rail of a guard, shall not allow passage of a sphere 6 inches (153 mm) in diameter.

x

Climate Zone 5 Fenestration U Factor: .35 Skylight U Factor: .60 Ceiling R Value: 38 Wood Frame Wall R Value: 19 or 13 + 5 Mass Wall R Value: 13 Floor R Value: 30t Basement Wall R Value: 10/13 Slab R Value and Depth: 10, 2ft Crawl Space Wall R Value: 10/13

36”

12

1

1:12 OR 8.3% SLOPE

CODE ANALYSIS

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02 SITE CONSTRUCTION

02250-01 Shoring for brick façade 02800-01 Rain Garden 11’ x 15’ x 5” Soil filled with plantings on top Place at least 10’ from house foundation 02900-01 Planting Decidious annual plants Placed along trellis

03 CONCRETE

03300-01 4” Cast-in-Place Concrete and Brick Aggregate 15% Cement 40% Concrete Aggreagate 25% Recycled Crushed Brick 20% Water Porch renovation and living room 03300-02 Cast-in-Place Concrete Planter Bed Site cast along porch

04 MASONRY

04060-01 Masonry Mortar 04200-01 8” x 4” x 2” Clay Brick Assembled Depth (in.) : 3.62 in Assembled Height (in.) : 2.25 in Assembled Width (in.) : 7.62 in Manufacturer: Oldcastle Compression strength (psi) : 1900 R Value : 2 MFG Model # : 20050276 MFG Part # : 20050276

05 METALS

05100-01 2” x 4” Steel Post Galvinized steel Box form 20 ga x 2” W Quantity 4 for Trellis 05100-02 Structural Aluminum Window Frame Quantity: 4 05100-03 Aluminum End Frame Folded frame, to cap end of west facade 05120-01 Steel lintel Structural, unpainted 1 for south brick facade

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06 WOODS AND PLASTICS

06110-01 4”x 4”x Lumber Pine Quantity 4 to be used for columns in porch framing system Can be purchased from big box realtors Manufacturer: Millstead Actual Depth/Thickness : 3.5 in Assembled Depth (in.) : 144 in Assembled Height (in.) : 4 in Assembled Width (in.) : 4 in Item Weight : 54.4 lb Paint Type Recommended : Oil Based & Latex Plywood Type : Plywood Sheathing Pressure Treated : Yes MFG Model # : 258132 MFG Part # : 258132 06110-02 2” x 6” Lumber Pine Can be purchased from big box realtors Manufacturer: Millstead Actual Depth/Thickness : 1.5 in Assembled Depth (in.) : 1.5 in Assembled Height (in.) : 5.5 in Assembled Width (in.) : 5.5 in Nominal Length : 120 in Item Weight : 18.33 lb Paint Type Recommended : Oil Based & Latex Pressure Treated : No MFG Model # : 161721 MFG Part # : 161721 06110-03 2” x 4” Lumber Pine Quantity 20 for trellis structure on porch Can be purchased from big box realtors Manufacturer: Millstead Actual Depth/Thickness : 1.5 in Assembled Depth (in.) : 1.5 in Assembled Height (in.) : 3.5 in Nominal Length : 192 in Item Weight : 29.328 lb Paint Type Recommended : Oil Based & Latex Pressure Treated : No MFG Model # : 161683 MFG Part # : 161683 06110-04 .5” x .5”’ Lumber Pine Can be purchased from big box realtors Assembled Depth (in.) : .5 in Assembled Height (in.) : .5 in Assembled Width (in.) : .5 in Product Length (ft.) : 8 ft Quantity 34 for post railing

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06110-05 1” x 2” Lumber Pine Can be purchased from big box realtors Assembled Depth (in.) : 2 in Assembled Height (in.) : 1 in Assembled Width (in.) : 2 in Product Length (ft.) : 8 ft Item Weight : .50 lb Type of Pressure Treatment : MCA - Micronized Copper Azole Water Resistant : Yes Treated with Watershield, more stable product MFG Model # : 12081EEM25W MFG Part # : 12081EEM25W 06110-06 1” x 8” Board Pine Can be purchased from big box realtors Manufacturer: Millstead Actual Depth/Thickness : .75 in Actual product thickness (in.) : 0.75 Actual product width (in.) : 8 Nominal Length : 96 in Item Weight : 9.0 lb Paint Type Recommended : Oil Based & Latex Pressure Treated : No MFG Model # : 914835 MFG Part # : 914835 06110-07 2”x 12” Lumber Pine Quantity 11 to be used in awning main frame Can be purchased from Home Depot in East Liberty Manufacturer: Millstead Wood Species: Spruce and Lodgepole Pine Actual Depth/Thickness : 1.5 in Assembled Depth (in.) : 192 in Assembled Height (in.) : 1.5 in Assembled Width (in.) : 11.25 in Item Weight : 52.1 lb Paint Type Recommended : Oil Based & Latex Pressure Treated : No MFG Model # : 212SE.16 MFG Part # : 212SE.16

07 THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION 07210-01

2” Polyurethane Rigid Foam Insulation Assembled Depth (in.) : 2 in Assembled Height (in.) : 96 in Assembled Width (in.) : 48 in Item Weight : 3 lb Sheathing Type : ISO Structural : No MFG Model # : 192653 MFG Part # : 192653

07210-02 R38 high density fiberglass blanket insulation 12in Assembled Depth (in.) : 48 in Assembled Height (in.) : 12 in Assembled Width (in.) : 24 in Coverage area: 64 Sqft Roll or Batt : Batt Vapor Retardent : Yes MFG Model # : 488462 MFG Part # : E57

07240-01

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DAP 10.1 oz. Alex Plus All-Purpose Caulk (12-Pack) Can be purchased from big box realtors Latex and silicone formulation accommodates seasonal expansion and contraction Can be used inside or outdoors on a variety of surfaces Can be painted or stained Mold- and mildew resistant Applies easily with a standard caulking gun Cleans easily with soap and water MFG Model # : 7079818656 MFG Part # : 7079818656

07715-01 Leaf Guard Seamless Gutter Can be purchased from big box realtors Heavy-weight, rust-free aluminum construction for durability low maintenance Assembled Depth (in.) : 192 in Assembled Height (in.) : 3.5 in Assembled Width (in.) : 5 in Item Weight : 3.92 lb MFG Model # : 2600200192 MFG Part # : 2600200192 07715-02 Water bottle rainwater collector downspout Standard Aluminum Downspout Specifies holes drilled into gutter Assembled Depth (in.) : 120 in Assembled Height (in.) : 3 in Assembled Width (in.) : 2 in Brand: Amerimax Rust-free aluminum Drains 186 gallons/minute Attach with downspout bands MFG Model # : 2601000120 MFG Part # : 2601000120 07715-03 Downspout band Use 2 bands for every 10 ft of downspout Assembled Depth (in.) : 13.5 in Assembled Height (in.) : 0.25 in Assembled Width (in.) : 2 in Brand: Amerimax Aluminum MFG Model # : 27229 MFG Part # : 27229 07715-04 07715-05

Plastic Neck Joint Plastic neck Attaches directly to gutter Quantity 33 Plastic Watering Cap Attachment to neck Connects water bottle to neck Quantity 33

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08 DOORS AND WINDOWS

08120-01 Aluminum Window Frame Encases custom made window Lightweight, aluminum 08210-01 3’ 1-5/8” W x 7’-0” Architectural Rectangle Hinged Door H-400 Minimum Rough Opening: 3’-2 3/8 x 6’-10 1/2” Inswing Sq Ft opening: 19.21 Maximum full clear opening: 2’-11” High performance Low-E4 glass Multi-point lock Opens inward White Interior Terratone Exterior Quantity 1 for front elevation 08350-01 3’-2 ¼” x 7’-0” Andersen Outswing Folding Door Two Panel 2L Minimum Rough Opening: 3’-2 3/8” x 6’-8” High performance Low-E4 glass Multi-point lock Opens outward White Interior Terratone Exterior Quantity 1 for front elevation 8350-02 3’-2 ¼” x 7’-0” Andersen Outswing Folding Door Two Panel 2R Minimum Rough Opening: 3’-2 3/8” x 6’-8” High performance Low-E4 glass Multi-point lock Opens outward White Interior Terratone Exterior Quantity 1 for front elevation 08550-01 5’-4 13/16” x 4’ Andersen casement window 400 cr155 Unit Dimension: 1’-5” x 5’-4 13 ⁄16” Minimum Rough Opening:1’-5 1⁄ 2” x 5’-5 3 ⁄ 8” Unobstruced Glass: 12 5 ⁄ 8” x 60” High performance Low-E4 glass TruScene insect screen Vinyl Cladding White Interior Terratone Exterior Quantity 6 for west elevation 08550-02 4’- 4 13/16” x 2’–4 3/8” Andersen casement window 400 cw145 Unit Dimension: 2’-4 3 ⁄ 8” x 4’-4 13 ⁄16” Minimum Rough Opening: 2’-4 7⁄ 8” x 4’-5 3 ⁄ 8” Unobstruced Glass: 24” x 48” High performance Low-E4 glass TruScene insect screen Vinyl Cladding White Interior Terratone Exterior Quantity 2 for east elevation

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08600-01 Cutsomized Stationary Skylight 2’-6” 13/16 x 4’-3 5/16” High performance Low-E4 glass Double pane laminated glass Custom curve detail Encade by custom aluminum frame Quantity: 7 08600-02 Cutsomized Operable Skylight 2’-6” 13/16 x 4’-3 5/16” High performance Low-E4 glass Double pane laminated glass Custom curve detail Encade by custom aluminum frame Operated by automatic roof vent hinge system Quantity: 2 08700-01 Rion Greenhouse Automatic Window Opener Automatically opens skylights Steel Includes opening mechanism Quantity:2 08870-01 11-1/2” x 7’ -0” Custom Sidelight Window Minimum Rough Opening: 11-1/2” x 6’-10 1/2” Unobstructed Glass: 11-1/2” x 60” High performance Low-E4 glass White Interior Terratone Exterior Quantity 1


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09 FINISHES

09051-12 Hillman Allthread Plated - Zinc coarse thread item # 11000 thread size: 6-32

09050-01 Kelleher 1 ft. x 3-1/4 in. x 9/16 in. Wood Coronado Base Moulding Assembled Depth (in.) : 0.5625 in Assembled Height (in.) : 12 in Assembled Width (in.) : 3.25 in Made from pine Pre-primed in white so you can paint immediately Finger-joint design 1 ft. length MFG Model # : P221PR16L MFG Part # : P221PR16L

09051-13 Anchoring bracket To attach trellis to masonry facade

09250-01 Gold Bond® 8 ft. x 4 ft. x 5/8 in. Fire Shield Gypsum Board Can be purchased at big box realtors Assembled Depth (in.) : 96 in Assembled Height (in.) : .625 in Assembled Width (in.) : 48 in Item Weight : 70.46 lb Type x core for fire resistance Durable and easy to repair Easy to paint over, add texture to or wallpaper GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified MFG Model # : GB99500800 MFG Part # : GB99500800 09051-01 8 x 3/4 The Hillman Group Flat Phillips Wood Screws Item #: 57231 | Model #: 490012

09100-01 Lean- to wall plate lean to wall plate lean to top cap, seal, plate, variable support, and bottom cap ridge glazing trim 2.5 - 15 degrees wallplate assembly 09900-01

BEHR 1 gal. Satin Enamel Ultra Pure White Premium Plus Interior Paint Can be purchased at big box realtors Durable, 100% Acrylic Latex finish Coverage Area (sq. ft.) : 400 ft² MFG Model # : 705001 MFG Part # : 7050

12 FURNISHINGS

12400-01 Water bottle Recycled 16.9 Oz bottles Quantity 33

16 ELECTRICAL

09051-02 8 x 1/2 The Hillman Group Flat Phillips Wood Screws 09051-03 Stanley-National Hardware Double Wide Corner Brace Item #: 66938 | Model #: MP121BC

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16500-01 Fluorescent Interior Lighting Surface Mounted Circline 40 Watt Quantity 2

09051-04 Jamb clip flat Quantity 34 09051-05 Andersen auxiliary casing 09051-06 Andersen aluminum reinforced join Quantity 3 09051-07 Andersen exterior trim strip Quantity 3 09051-08 Andersen casing Quantity 3 09051- 09 1/4” X 1- 3/8” The Hillman Group Flat Head Sleeve Anchor 09051-10 5 x 1-1/2 The Hillman Group Flat Head Phillips Wood Screws 09051-11 Wolcraft 2968 1/2” fluted wood dowel pins (15 pieces in package) $12.99

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WINDOWS AND DOORS

WALL

08500-01

CSI DESIGNATION

MANUFACTURER

DIMENSIONS

08550-01

ANDERSEN WINDOWS AND DOORS

1'-4 13/16" x 4'

08550-02

ANDERSEN WINDOWS AND DOORS

4'-4 13/16" x 2'-4 3

08210-01

ANDERSEN WINDOWS AND DOORS

3'-1 5/8" x 6'-10"

08350-01

ANDERSEN WINDOWS AND DOORS

3'-2 3/8" x 6'-18"

08350-02

ANDERSEN WINDOWS AND DOORS

3'-2 3/8" x 6'-8"

CSI DESIGNATION

MANUFACTURER

DIMENSIONS

08870-01

CUSTOM

11 1/2" x 6'-10 1/2

08600-01

CUSTOM

2'-6 13/16" x 4'-3 5

08600-02

CUSTOM

2'-6 13/16" x 4'-3 5

CSI DESIGNATION

MANUFACTURER

DIMENSIONS

08700-01

RION

08500-02

ROOF

08210-01

08700-01

AUXILIARY FEATURES

08350-01, 08350-02

08700-01

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ENSIONS

FRAMING MATERIAL

13/16" x 4'

WOOD

6

CASEMENT WINDOW 400 SERIES CR155, HIGH PERFORMANCE LOW-E4 GLASS

13/16" x 2'-4 3/8"

WOOD

2

CASEMENT WINDOW 400 SERIES CW145, HIGH PERFORMANCE LOW-E4 GLASS

5/8" x 6'-10"

WOOD

1

ARCHITECTURAL RECTANGLE HINGED DOORS H-400, HIGH PERFORMANCE LOW-E4

3/8" x 6'-18"

WOOD

1

OUTSWING FOLDING DOOR TWO PANEL 2L

3/8" x 6'-8"

WOOD

1

OUTSWING FOLDING DOOR TWO PANEL 2R

ENSIONS

FRAMING MATERIAL

2" x 6'-10 1/2"

QUANTITY

NOTES

NOTES

1

SIDELIGHT WINDOW SYSTEM, HIGH PERFORMANCE LOW-E4

13/16" x 4'-3 5/16" ALUMINUM

7

STATIONARY SKYLIGHT, DOUBLE-PANE LAMINATED GLASS, HIGH PERFORMANCE LOW-E4

13/16" x 4'-3 5/16" ALUMINUM

2

OPERABLE SKYLIGHT, DOUBLE-PANE LAMINATED GLASS, HIGH PERFORMANCE LOW-E4

ENSIONS

WOOD

QUANTITY

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QUANTITY

2

NOTES

AUTOMATIC GREENHOUSE ROOF VENT HINGE SYSTEM ATTACHED TO OPERABLE SKYLIGHT

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FRAMING MEMBERS

METAL

05100-01

CSI DESIGNATION

MATERIAL

FINISH

05100-01

2" x 4" STEEL POST

GALVINIZED STEEL

05120-01

STEEL LINTEL

UNPAINTED

08120-01

ALUMINUM

CSI DESIGNATION

MATERIAL

FINISH

06110-01

4" x 4" LUMBER PINE

OIL BASED / LATEX PAINT

06110-02

2" x 6" LUMBER PINE

OIL BASED / LATEX PAINT

06110-03

2" x 4" LUMBER PINE

OIL BASED / LATEX PAINT

06110-04

0.5" x 0.5" LUMBER PINE

06110-05

1" x 2" LUMBER PINE

MCA - MICRONIZED COPPER AZOLE

06110-06

1" x 8" BOARD PINE

OIL BASED / LATEX PAINT

05120-01

08120-01

WOOD

06110-01

06110-02

06110-03

06110-04

06110-05

06110-06

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LENGTH

ORIENTATION

QUANTITY

NOTES

1.5FT

VERTICAL

4

20GA X 2"W, TRELLIS SYSTEM SUPPORT

13.5FT

HORIZONTAL

2

MASONRY SUPPORT AFTER PARTIAL DEMOLITION OF FRONT FACADE

10FT

HORIZONTAL

4

FRAME FOR ROOF WINDOWS

LENGTH

ORIENTATION

QUANTITY

NOTES

8FT

VERTICAL

2

FRAMING COLUMN STREET SIDE

9FT

VERTICAL

2

FRAMING COLUMN HOUSE SIDE

5.5FT

VERTICAL

14

WINDOW R.O. FRAMING

10FT

HORIZONTAL

4

TRELLIS SUB-SUPPORT

15FT

HORIZONTAL

16

TRELLIS STRUCTURE

13FT

HORIZONTAL

4

FRONT DOOR SYSTEM FRAMING

7FT

VERTICAL

6

FRONT DOOR SYSTEM FRAMING

4.5FT

VERTICAL

2

FRONT AUXILLARY WINDOW FRAMING

2FT

VERTICAL

35

RAILING POSTS ALONG FRONT EXTERIOR

PER AZOLE

8FT

HORIZONTAL

2

WATERSHIELD TREATMENT, EXTERIOR RAILING PERIMETER

T

5FT

HORIZONTAL

1

INTERIOR RAILING SYSTEM

T

T

T

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SOUTHEAST ELEVATION +

+

+

+

(13.6 SF X 4)

1 x 6

=

81.7 SF

+ 27.3 SF

x

Total Facade Area = 461.8 SF Total Aperture = 17.6%

1 x 6

1 x 6

1 x 6

SOUTHWEST ELEVATION

3y

+

2y

1 x 2

1 x 6

+

+

=

38.8 SF

11.8 SF + 7.3 SF + 4.8 SF + 14.9 SF

Total Facade Area = 1051.2 SF Total Aperture = 3.6%

y

TYPOLOGY STRUCTURE FRONT FACADE

x

SOUTHEAST ELEVATION

first floor fenestration +

=

2 x 3

second floor fenestration +

+

=

1 x 2

3y

4x

SOUTHWEST ELEVATION

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EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS 1

2

3

1. Large South-facing windows maximize sun exposure in winter months 1. Porch oriented for optimal solar access 2. Neighboring home blocks West / South-west winds in winter 3. Large roof area for rainwater catchment

+ ASSETS

4

5

4. Poor insulation causes high heat bills in winter 5. Building is shaded by neighboring home along Western facade 5. Roof of porch blocks sunlight in winter months

- LIABILITIES

+3 +3

+1

-5

+1

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SUN STUDIES OF ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION

Using the available sun along the existing southwest porch our adaptive transformation allows sun to penetrate to the living area. By encasing the porch in glass the living space can be extended to the front of the home and can integrate the porch culture year round. Passive heating strategies can be utilized through the winter to lower heating costs and maxmize daylight. These series of sun studies show the sun and shading conditions through various months of the year at 9am, 12pm, and 3pm. In the winter months the living space can maximize the available sunlight and in the summer months the living space is shaded through the trellis structure and plantings.

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PROPOSAL: RAIN MANAGEMENT FRONT ROOF Rainwater shed: 10.720 gallons / year

BACK ROOF Rainwater shed: 13,080 gallons / year

22

?

15

11 F

T

FT

6S

16

T QF

15

? Total area of roof: 1,010 sq.ft. Pittsburgh annual rainfall: 37.86â&#x20AC;? TOTAL WATER COLLECTION 23,800 gallons / year 22 waterbottles x 20oz ea. = 440oz = 3.4 gallons

FT

The current situation and materials used on the site do not allow for effective rain water management. The concrete driveway and backyard make it impossible to manage rain water. Adding a rain garden in the backyard will minimize the water runoff during a storm and allows for better infiltration. Using a bottle rain gutter collector will allow the resident to collect water that can be used for upkeep fo the front garden.

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RAIN GARGEN The rain garden will help to manage rainwater run off by increasing the amount of water that infiltrates into the ground on the lot. It will also serve to enhance the visual appeal of the immediate outdoor environment

downspout

BERM 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; away from foundation

SOIL TEST It is important to know the soil type exists in the lot becasue different soil takes different amount of time to aborb water. The 3 types are sandy, silty or clayey: sandy soil has the fastest infiltration; clayey soil has the slowest. Size of Rain Garden relative to roof area for different soil types Sand Silt Clay % of Roof Area

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20%

30%

60%

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RAIN GARDEN SIZE & PLACEMENT Determine the rain garden size base on the size of the drainage area. In doring so, residents will have to opproximate the size of their roof. We have situated the rain garden in the back of the house, since two third of the rain will be feeding the back downspout. And we have estimated that the roof area ia 666 sf. Requirements be placed at tion. The rain soil type and

include that the garden must least ten feet from the foundagarden area is based on both the depth of the rain garden basin.

The garden will be 3”-5” (required for silty soil as found ont he site). It will be placed fifteen feet back from the house and have a total area of 166 sq.ft.

<30’ from downspout but 10’ away from foundation

BERM LOT SLOPE IS LESS THAN 4%, RAIN GARDEN NEEDS TO BE 3-5” DEEP

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PLANT TYPES Native planting types options for shaded conditions in western Pennsylvania include: Blue Eyed Grass, Marginal Wood Fern, Rosebay, Silky Dogwood, Bur Sedge and Virginia Wild Rye.

$ COST

Creating a rain garden can potentially cost very minimally if the resident invite their friends and relatives to help the construction of it. It could ptentially be a fun bonding activitiy.

Construction Design Planting Plants Total Cost

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$3 / sq. fit. $1 / sq. fit. $3-4 / sq. fit. $2.5 - 4.5 / sq. ft. $11-13 / sq. ft.

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RAINDROPS SYSTEM

07715-01 RECYCLED PLASTIC WATER BOTTLE

The Raindrop gutter water bottle system is an affordable way to collect rainwater using standard water bottles. Bottles can be attached and detached as needed the UV rays from the run helps eliminate pathogenic microorganisms that cause disease, allowing the collected water to be used for washing hands and watering plants. There are two types of caps that can be interchangable, one to water plants or wash hands and the other to allow the bottle to be attached to the gutter system.

CAP AND ATTACHMENT OPTIONS

RAINWATER

UV PLASTIC WATER BOTTLE GUTTER

SITE CONTEXT: GENERAL SITE MODIFICATIONS

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Selective Site Excavation

PORCH MODIFICATION (right)

Selective demolition of existing structure for insertion of proposed design

SITE MODIFICATION (above)

Selecitve excavaton of site for placement of rain garden system

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Shingle

Underlayment Sheathing

Joist Fascia

Exterior Brick Wall

Double Brick Wall

Facade

Exterior Brick Wall

Steps

Concrete Pavement Exterior Brick Wall

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

ABBREVIATIONS: A.B. - ANCHOR BOLT A.G. - ABOVE GRADE B.G. - BELOW GRADE BLK. - BLOCKING B.O. - BOTTOM OF BTWN. - BETWEEN C.L. - CENTER LINE CONC. - CONCRETE CONN. - CONNECTION CONT. - CONTINUOUS CRS. - COURSE DIA. - DIAMETER EXT. - EXTERIOR F.F. - FINISH FACE F.F.E. - FINISH FLOOR ELEVATION F.G. - FINISH GRADE F.O.W. - FACE OF WALL H.M. - HOLLOW METAL HOR. - HORIZONTAL INT. - INTERIOR JT. - JOINT JTS. - JOINTS M.F. - MECHANICAL FASTENER MNT. - MOUNT N.T.S. - NOT TO SCALE O.C. - ON CENTER O.H. - OVERHEAD R.O. - ROUGH OPENING SCHED. - SCHEDULE T.O. - TOP OF T.O.M. - TOP OF MASONRY TRD. - TREAD TYP. - TYPICAL U.G. - UNDERGROUND U.N.O. - UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE VERT. - VERTICAL V.I.F. - VERIFY IN FIELD W.H.L. - WEEP HOLE WIN. - WINDOW

MATERIAL LEGEND: BRICK MASONRY

SYMBOLS LEGEND: KEYNOTE:

1

KEYNOTE DESIGNATION

DIMENSIONAL LUMBER

ELEVATION TAG:

CONCRETE

1|AT1.01

SHEET NUMBER

DRAWING NUMBER

STEEL

ALUMINUM

SECTION TAG:

1|AT1.01

SHEET NUMBER

CONCRETE/BRICK AGGREGATE

GYPSUM WALL BOARD

FIBERGLASS INSULATION

DRAWING NUMBER

DETAIL TAG: DRAWING NUMBER 1 AT3.01

SHEET NUMBER

FINISH FLOOR ELEVATION:

F.F.E. 0’ - 0”

RIGID FOAM INSULATION

ROOM TAG: PLASTER LATH

ROOM 100

ROOM NAME NUMBER

DOOR TAG:

01

DESIGNATOR

WINDOW TYPE TAG:

01

DESIGNATOR

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: INDEX

AT0.00


06110-03

06110-02 05100-03

05100-01 07715-01 01

01 01

01 01

01

05

01

04200-01 02

03 06110-05 06110-04 03300-02

1. SOUTHWEST PERSPECTIVE SCALE: N.T.S.

AT1.00

ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE


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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

06110-03

06110-02 05100-01

07715-01 07715-02 01

02

02

06110-05 06110-04

02

12400-01

1. SOUTHEAST PERSPECTIVE SCALE: N.T.S.

ADAPT. TRANSFORMATION: EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

AT1.01


KEYNOTES 1. ERECT 4”X4” PINE LUMBER ON THE EXISTING PORCH FOUNDATION. 2. CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE ON THE EXISTING PORCH FLOOR FOR THERMAL MASS. 3. CONSTRUCT 3 STEPS ADJACENT TO THE PORCH FOUNDATION WITH CONCRETE. 4. POUR CONCRETE TO BUILD PLANTERS AROUND THE SOUTH FACADE AND TO THE WEST SIDE. 5. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION ON THE INTERIOR WALL. 6. CREATE A 1:12 SLOPE RAMP WITH CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE CONNECTING THE SUN SPACE AND THE LIVING ROOM. 7. INSTALL 5’ PINE HAND RAIL ALONG THE EAST INTERIOR WALL. 8. INSTALL ANDERSEN OUTSWING DOORS IN BETWEEN 4”X4” LUMBER COLUMNS. 9. INSTALL ANDERSEN ARCHITECTURAL HINGED DOOR BETWEEN THE CLOSEST 4”X4” LUMBER COLUMN BAYS TO THE ENTRANCE STEPS. 10. INSTALL ANDERSEN CASEMENT WINDOWS ON THE CLAY BRICK WALL. 11. CONSTRUCT A BRICK WALL WITH 8”X4”X2” CLAY BRICK ON THE EDGE OF THE SUN SPACE. 12. BUILD RAILINGS USING 1”X2” AND .5”X.5” PINE LUMBER ON THE SOUTHERN EDGE AND AROUND THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE PORCH FOUNDATION UNTIL IT MEETS A BRICK WALL. 13. PLANT PLANTS IN THE PLANTER UPON COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION.

06110-02

1|AT1.14

4

06110-01

13

10 1 AT1.08

01 3

01

05

01

01

01

1

9

01

1|AT1.12

01

5

UP

1 1|AT1.16

8

6

SUN SPACE 105

02

LIVING ROOM 100

03300-01

12 03 02

02

7

2 03300-02

06110-05

06110-03

10

1. FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

AT1.02

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: FIRST FLOOR PLAN

07210-01 06110-01 06110-02

11 06110-03 06110-05

1|


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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

1|AT1.20

DN

KITCHEN 104 DINING ROOM 102 HALF BATH 103

1|AT1.18

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: FIRST FLOOR PLAN

AT1.03


KEYNOTES 1. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION ON THE INTERIOR WALL. 2. PLACE AND FASTEN 2”X6” PINE LUMBERS ON TOP OF EVERY 2”X4” STEEL POSTS 3. PLACE AND FASTEN 2”X4” PINE LUMBERS IN GROOVE PERPENDICULAR TO THE 2”X6” PINE LUMBERS. PLACE EVERY 7-3/4” ON CENTER. ALIGN THE EDGES TO THE WIDTH OF THE BUILDING.

1|AT1.14

1

1|AT1.10

1|AT1.16

BEDROOM 201

06110-02

06110-03

2

3 08550-03

08550-04

1. SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

AT1.04

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: SECOND FLOOR PLAN

07210-01


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

1|AT1.20

DN

HALLWAY 200

BEDROOM 202

BEDROOM 204

BATHROOM 203

1|AT1.18

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: SECOND FLOOR PLAN

AT1.05


KEYNOTES 1. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION ON THE INTERIOR WALL. 2. ERECT 4”X4” PINE LUMBER ON THE EXISTING PORCH FOUNDATION. 3. PLACE AND FASTEN STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM WINDOW FRAME ON TOP AND PERPENDICULAR TO 4“X4” PINE LUMBER. FASTEN THE OTHER END TO THE ECISTING BRICK WALL ON SOUTH FACADE. 4. INSTALL ANDERSEN CASEMENT WINDOWS ON THE CLAY BRICK WALL. 5. INSTALL ANDERSEN OUTSWING DOORS IN BETWEEN 4”X4” LUMBER COLUMNS. 6. INSTALL ANDERSEN ARCHITECTURAL HIGED DOOR. 7. PLACE AND FASTEN 2”X4” PINE LUMBERS IN GROOVE PERPENDICULAR TO THE 2”X6” PINE LUMBERS. PLACE EVERY 7-3/4” ON CENTER. ALIGN THE EDGES TO THE WIDTH OF THE BUILDING.

1|AT1.14

6 01

4 01

01

01

01

06110-01 1

05 01

1|AT1.10

07715-01 06110-03

03

03

03

03

03

03

16500-01

05100-02

1|AT1.16

02 5

06110-02

3 5 03

03

03

03

7 02

02

4

06110-01

07210-01

1. FIRST REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

AT1.06

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: FIRST REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

1 01


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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

1|AT1.20

1|AT1.18

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: FIRST REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

AT1.07


1|AT1.14

4

13

1 AT3.01

1 AT3.00

05

3

01

01

01 01

9

01 1|AT1.10 1|AT1.12

14 1

8

SUN SPACE 105

02

1|AT1.16

03300-01

12

1 AT3.02

03

02 03300-02

06110-05

1. ENLARGED FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

AT1.08

04200-01

1 AT3.04

02 10

04200-02

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED FIRST FLOOR PLAN

2

09051-01

07210-01 06110-01


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

1|AT1.20

GENERAL NOTES:

10 5

01

01

ARC48_550

01 1 AT3.03

1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/ DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

6

KEYNOTES

LIVING ROOM 100

1 AT3.05

7

1. ERECT 4”X4” PINE LUMBER ON THE EXISTING PORCH FOUNDATION. 2. CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE ON THE EXISTING PORCH FLOOR FOR THERMAL MASS. 3. CONSTRUCT 3 STEPS ADJACENT TO THE PORCH FOUNDATION WITH CONCRETE. 4. POUR CONCRETE TO BUILD PLANTERS AROUND THE SOUTH FACADE AND TO THE WEST SIDE. 5. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION ON THE INTERIOR WALL. 6. CREATE A 1:12 SLOPE RAMP WITH CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE CONNECTING THE SUN SPACE AND THE LIVING ROOM. 7. INSTALL 5’ PINE HAND RAIL ALONG THE EAST INTERIOR WALL. 8. INSTALL ANDERSEN OUTSWING DOORS IN BETWEEN 4”X4” LUMBER COLUMNS. 9. INSTALL ANDERSEN ARCHITECTURAL HINGED DOOR BETWEEN THE CLOSEST 4”X4” LUMBER COLUMN BAYS TO THE ENTRANCE STEPS. 10. INSTALL ANDERSEN CASEMENT WINDOWS ON THE CLAY BRICK WALL. 11. CONSTRUCT A BRICK WALL WITH 8”X4”X2” CLAY BRICK ON THE EDGE OF THE SUN SPACE. 12. BUILD RAILINGS USING 1”X2” AND .5”X.5” PINE LUMBER ON THE SOUTHERN EDGE AND AROUND THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE PORCH FOUNDATION UNTIL IT MEETS A BRICK WALL. 13. PLANT PLANTS IN THE PLANTER UPON COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION. 14. ALIGN 2”X4” PINE LUMBER TO 4”X4” LUMBER COLUMN

11

1|AT1.18

06110-05

06110-03

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED FIRST FLOOR PLAN

AT1.09


KEYNOTES 1. INSTALL 12INCH R38 HIGH DESITY FIBERGLASS INSULATION ON THE CEILING OF THE BASEMENT. 2. CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE ON THE EXISTING PORCH FLOOR FOR THERMAL MASS. 3. CREATE A 1:12 SLOPE RAMP WITH CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE CONNECTING THE SUN SPACE AND THE LIVING ROOM. 4. INSTALL ANDERSEN ARCHITECTURAL HINGED DOOR 5. CONSTRUCT 3 STEPS WITH CONCRETE UP TO SUN SPACE 6. ATTACH LEAF GUARD SEAMLESS GUTTER TO EDGE OF ROOF SYSTEM

1 AT3.11

07715-01

ATTIC 300

05100-02

1 AT1.12

06110-02 08550-04

1|AT1.14

06110-03 6

HALLWAY 200

BEDROOM 201

07210-02 07210-01

07715-01 1|AT1.16

4 01 01

06110-05

01

06110-04

2

06110-01 03300-02

01

01

01

01

LIVING ROOM 100

3

5 1

BASEMENT 000 03300-01

07210-02

BASEMENT 000

1. BUILDING LONG SECTION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

AT1.10

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: LONG SECTION

07210-02


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

THIRD FLOOR/ATTIC 19’ - 5 1/8”

Y

BEDROOM 204

SECOND FLOOR 10’ - 0”

DINING ROOM 102

KITCHEN 104 NEW FLOOR LEVEL 0’ - 4” FIRST FLOOR 0’ - 0”

BASEMENT 000

BASEMENT -10’ - 0”

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: LONG SECTION

AT1.11


09051-13

06110-03

06110-02

05100-02

08550-03

08550-04

1|AT1.14

08700-01

1 AT3.

17

09051-13

16 15

05100-01

7

8

6 10

1 AT3.06

9

2

11

07715-01 09100-01 08210-01

1|AT1.16

5

13 06110-05 06110-04

SUN SPACE 105

12

06110-01

3

14

03300-02

03300-01

1. ENLARGED LONG SECTION SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

AT1.12

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED LONG SECTION

07210-02

4


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD.

1 AT3.07

07210-01 SECOND FLOOR 10’ - 0”

2

2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/ DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES

NEW FLOOR LEVEL 0’ - 4”

1. INSTALL 12INCH R38 HIGH DESITY FIBERGLASS INSULATION ON THE CEILING OF THE BASEMENT. 2. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION ON THE INTERIOR WALL. 3. CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE ON THE EXISTING PORCH FLOOR FOR THERMAL MASS. 4. CREATE A 1:12 SLOPE RAMP WITH CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE CONNECTING THE SUN SPACE AND THE LIVING ROOM. 5. INSTALL ANDERSEN ARCHITECTURAL HINGED DOOR 6. FASTEN LEAN-TO-WALL PLATE ONTO THE EXISTING BRICK FACADE WITH SCREWS 7. INSTALL AND FASTEN STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM WINDOW FRAME TO LEAN-TO-WALL PLATE AND ON 4“X4” PINE LUMBER 8. INSTALL STATIONARY ROOF WINDOW IN BETWEEN STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM WINDOW FRAMES 9. INSTALL OPERABLE ROOF WINDOW IN BETWEEN STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM WINDOW FRAMES 10. INSTALL AUTOMATIC WINDOW OPENER IN OPERABLE ROOF WINDOW 11. ATTACH LEAF GUARD SEAMLESS GUTTER TO EDGE OF ROOF SYSTEM 12. ERECT .5”X.5” PINE LUMBER ALONG THE PERIMETER OF SUN SPACE. 13. ASSEMBLE 1“X2” PINE LUMBER TO EXISTING MASONRY WALL AND ON TOP OF .5“X.5” PINE LUMBER 14. CONSTRUCT 3 STEPS WITH CONCRETE UP TO SUN SPACE 15. ASSEMBLE 2“x4” STEEL POST ON STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM FRAME 16. FASTEN 2“X4” STEEL POST AND 2“X6” PINE LUMBER WITH ANCHORING BRACKET 17. NOTCH-IN 2“X4” PINE LLUMBER INTO 2“X6” PINE LUMBER TO CONSTRUCT TRELLIS SYSTEM.

FIRST FLOOR 0’ - 0”

1

07210-02

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED LONG SECTION

AT1.13


06110-02

06110-03

6

1 AT3.09 SECOND FLOOR 10’ - 0”

06110-03 06110-01

1 AT3.08

07210-01

SUN SPACE 105

01 6 04200-01

1 4

5 NEW FLOOR LEVEL 0’ - 4”

3

03300-01

FIRST FLOOR 0’ - 0”

1|AT1.12

07210-02

2

07210-07

1|AT1.10

BASEMENT -10’ - 0”

1. ENLARGED CROSS SECTION SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

AT1.14

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED CROSS SECTION


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION ON THE INTERIOR WALL. 2. INSTALL 12INCH R38 HIGH DESITY FIBERGLASS INSULATION ON THE CEILING OF THE BASEMENT 3. CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE ON THE EXISTING PORCH FLOOR FOR THERMAL MASS. 4. CONSTRUCT A BRICK WALL WITH 8”X4”X2” CLAY BRICK ON THE EASTERN EDGE OF THE SUN SPACE. 5. CONSTRUCT A 2.5’ HEIGHT DWARF BRICK WALL WITH 8”X4”X2” CLAY BRICK ON THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE SUN SPACE. 6. INSTALL ANDERSEN CASEMENT WINDOWS ON THE DWARF BRICK WALL. 7. PLACE AND FASTEN 2”X4” PINE LUMBERS IN GROOVE PERPENDICULAR TO THE 2”X6” PINE LUMBERS. PLACE EVERY 7-3/4” ON CENTER. ALIGN THE EDGES TO THE WIDTH OF THE BUILDING.

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: ENLARGED CROSS SECTION

AT1.15


1|AT1.10

07715-01

THIRD FLOOR/ATTIC 19’ - 5 1/8”

1|AT1.20

1|AT1.18

8

6 06110-02

03

03

06110-03

03

4

3 06110-01

05100-01 07715-01 04200-01

8 2 05

01

06110-05

02

12400-01

03 7

SECOND FLOOR 10’ - 0”

5 NEW FLOOR LEVEL 0’ - 4” FIRST FLOOR 0’ - 0”

06110-04 1 1 AT3.10

BASEMENT -10’ - 0”

1. SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

AT1.16

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: SOUTH ELEVATION


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. CONSTRUCT 3 STEPS UPTO SUN SPACE WITH CONCRETE. 2. INSTALL ANDERSEN SIDELIGHT GLAZING NEXT TO ENTRANCE DOOR ON SOUTH FACADE. 3. ASSEMBLE 2”X4” STEEL POST ON STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM FRAME 4. INSTALL RAINWATER DOWNSPOUT ALONG MASONRY WALL 5. ATTACH RECYCLED PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES USING PLASTIC NECK JOINT OR PLASTIC WATERING CAP FOR RAINWATER COLLECTION 6. NOTCH-IN 2“X4” LUMBER ON 2“X6” LUMBER FOR TRELLIS SYSTEM. 7. ASSEMBLE RAILING SYSTEM WITH 4”X4”, 2“X1”, AND .5“X.5” PINE LUMBER ALONG THE EDGE OF SUN SPACE. 8. ATTACH LEAF GUARD SEAMLESS GUTTER TO EDGE OF ROOF SYSTEM.

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: SOUTH ELEVATION

AT1.17


4 07715-01

1|AT1.14

3

06110-03

04200-01 1|AT1.16

2 02 1

1. EAST ELEVATION SCALE: 3/16” = 1’-0”

AT1.18

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: EAST ELEVATION

02


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

ARC48_550

GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. CONSTRUCT MASONRY WALL WITH 8”X4“X2” CLAY MASONRY 2. INSTALL ANDERSEN CASEMENT WINDOW IN THE MASONRY WALL 3. SLOT-IN 2“X4” PINE LUMBER INTO 2“X6” LUMBER 4. ATTACH LEAF GUARD SEAMLESS GUTTER TO EDGE OF EXISTING ROOF

4 THIRD FLOOR/ATTIC 19’ - 5 1/8”

07715-01

SECOND FLOOR 10’ - 0”

NEW FLOOR LEVEL 0’ - 4” FIRST FLOOR 0’ - 0”

AT1.19

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: EAST ELEVATION BASEMENT -10’ - 0”


GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. CONSTRUCT MASONRY WALL WITH 8”X4“X2” CLAY MASONRY ALONG THE EDGE OF SUN SPACE. 2. PLACE AND FASTEN 2“X6” PINE LUMBER ON 2”X4” STEEL POST. 3. NOTCH-IN 2“X4” PINE LUMBER PERPENDICULAR TO 2“X6” PINE LUMBER BELOW. 4. INSTALL ANDERSEN CASEMENT WINDOW ON DWARF MASONRY WALL. 5. CONSTRUCT HAND RAIL SYSTEM ALONG EDGE OF SUN SPACE WITH 4“X4”, 2“X1”, AND .5“X.5” PINE LUMBER. 6. ERECT 4“X4” PINE LUMBER COLUMN ON 2’ - 6” DWARF MASONRY WALL. 7. INSTALL LEAF GUARD SEAMLESS GUTTER ALONG THE EDGE OF ROOF SYSTEM.

7 07715-01

1. WEST ELEVATION SCALE: 3/16” = 1’-0”

AT1.20

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: WEST ELEVATION


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ARC48_550

7 THIRD FLOOR/ATTIC 19’ - 5 1/8”

06110-03

1|AT1.14

06110-02

1|AT1.16

07715-01

3 2

01

01

01

01

01

01

05100-01 05100-02 07715-01

SECOND FLOOR 10’ - 0”

04200-01 6

1 06110-05 06110-04

4 5

NEW FLOOR LEVEL 0’ - 4” FIRST FLOOR 0’ - 0”

ADAPT TRANSFORMATION: WEST ELEVATION

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

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KEYNOTES 1. ALIGN 4”X4” WOOD COLUMNS ON TOP OF 2 1/2” MASONRY WALL, FLUSH WITH EDGE OF WALL. ATTACH WITH BRACES. 2. FRAME SIDELIGHT GLAZING WITH 2”X4” LUMBER PINE. ALIGH SIDELIGHT WITH EDGE OF MASONRY WALL. INSTALL SIDELIGHT. 3. MAKE SURE THE SUBSILL IS LEVELED. MAKE ADJUSTMENT WITH SHIMS. SET THE BOTTOM OF DOOR FROM OUTSIDE AND RAISE THE EXTERIOR DOOR. CHECK FOR PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE. LEVEL DOOR WITH SHIMS AROUND HINGE AREA. SECURE DOOR BY DRIVING SCREWS THROUGH HINGES AND SHIMS. REMOVE EXCESS SHIMS. WITH DOOR IN PLACE, SEAL GAP AROUND DOOR FRAME WITH MINIMAL EXPANDING SPRAY FOAM INSULATION. ATTACH DOOR TRIM. 4. ALIGN WINDOW ROUGH OPENING WITH 2“X6” AS EXTERIOR FRAME. APPLY SILICON SEALANT ON ROUGH OPENING. INSERT WINDOW, CHECK UNIT FOR PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE AND MAKE NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT. INSERT SHIMS BEHIND SIDE JAMB AND BETWEEN ROUGH OPENING. NAIL IN WINDOW FLANGE. TRIM OFF EXCESS SHIMS. SEAL EDGE WITH SILICON SEALANT. INSULATE AROUND PERIMETER WITH MINIMAL EXPANDING SPRAY FOAM INSULATION. FINISH INSTALLATION BY APPLYING FLASHING TAPE ON TOP OF WINDOW FLANGE. 5. INSTALL ANDERSEN BUGSCREEN. 6. APPLY GLUE TO WOOD COLUMNS AND HANG UP THE DRYWALL FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. THEN SCREW DRYWALL ONTO WOOD COLUMNS.TAPE PERIMETER SEAMS BY APPLYING FINISHING COMPOUND TO FILL IN RECESS. AFTER COMPOUND IS DRY, SAND SEAM TO BE FLUSH WITH WALL. PRIME AND PAINT WALL FOR FINISHING TOUCHES. LINE CORNER OF WALL AND FLOOR WITH MOLDING.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. ALIGN WINDOW ROUGH OPENING WITH 2“X6” AS EXTERIOR FRAME. 2. INSTALL 2”X6” WOOD COLUMNS AS UNIT PARTITION. 3. APPLY SILICON SEALANT ON ROUGH OPENING. INSERT WINDOW, CHECK UNIT FOR PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE AND MAKE NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT. INSERT SHIMS BEHIND SIDE JAMB AND BETWEEN ROUGH OPENING. NAIL IN WINDOW FLANGE. TRIM OFF EXCESS SHIMS. SEAL EDGE WITH SILICON SEALANT. INSULATE AROUND PERIMETER WITH MINIMAL EXPANDING SPRAY FOAM INSULATION. FINISH INSTALLATION BY APPLYING FLASHING TAPE ON TOP OF WINDOW FLANGE. 4. INSTALL ANDERSEN BUGSCREEN. 5. APPLY GLUE TO WOOD COLUMNS AND HANG UP THE DRYWALL FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. THEN SCREW DRYWALL ONTO WOOD COLUMNS.TAPE PERIMETER SEAMS BY APPLYING FINISHING COMPOUND TO FILL IN RECESS. AFTER COMPOUND IS DRY, SAND SEAM TO BE FLUSH WITH WALL. PRIME AND PAINT WALL FOR FINISHING TOUCHES. LINE CORNER OF WALL AND FLOOR WITH MOLDING.

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KEYNOTES 1. BRACE 4”X4” AND 2“X4” COLUMNS WITH BRACKETS. 2. MOUNT HINGES AND ATTACH TRACK HARDWARE ON BIFOLD DOORS. 3. INSTALL TRACK ON DOOR HEADER. HANG AND SECURE DOORS INTO TRACK. ATTACH FLOOR BRACKET AND ALIGNER.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. ADHERE 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION TO EXISTING WALL. 2. ALIGN WINDOW ROUGH OPENING WITH 2“X6” AS EXTERIOR FRAME. APPLY SILICON SEALANT ON ROUGH OPENING. INSERT WINDOW, CHECK UNIT FOR PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE AND MAKE NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT. INSERT SHIMS BEHIND SIDE JAMB AND BETWEEN ROUGH OPENING. NAIL IN WINDOW FLANGE. TRIM OFF EXCESS SHIMS. SEAL EDGE WITH SILICON SEALANT. INSULATE AROUND PERIMETER WITH MINIMAL EXPANDING SPRAY FOAM INSULATION. FINISH INSTALLATION BY APPLYING FLASHING TAPE ON TOP OF WINDOW FLANGE. 3. INSTALL ANDERSEN BUGSCREEN. 4. HANG UP THE DRYWALL FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. SCREW DRYWALL ONTO RIGID INSULATION.TAPE PERIMETER SEAMS BY APPLYING FINISHING COMPOUND TO FILL IN RECESS. AFTER COMPOUND IS DRY, SAND SEAM TO BE FLUSH WITH WALL. PRIME AND PAINT WALL FOR FINISHING TOUCHES. LINE CORNER OF WALL AND FLOOR WITH MOLDING.

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KEYNOTES 1. BRACE 4”X4” AND 2“X4” COLUMNS TO BRICK WALL. 2. MOUNT HINGES AND ATTACH TRACK HARDWARE ON BIFOLD DOORS. 3. INSTALL TRACK ON DOOR HEADER. HANG AND SECURE DOORS INTO TRACK. ATTACH FLOOR BRACKET AND ALIGNER. 4. ALIGN WINDOW ROUGH OPENING WITH 2“X6” AS EXTERIOR FRAME. APPLY SILICON SEALANT ON ROUGH OPENING. INSERT WINDOW, CHECK UNIT FOR PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE AND MAKE NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT. INSERT SHIMS BEHIND SIDE JAMB AND BETWEEN ROUGH OPENING. NAIL IN WINDOW FLANGE. TRIM OFF EXCESS SHIMS. SEAL EDGE WITH SILICON SEALANT. INSULATE AROUND PERIMETER WITH MINIMAL EXPANDING SPRAY FOAM INSULATION. FINISH INSTALLATION BY APPLYING FLASHING TAPE ON TOP OF WINDOW FLANGE. 5. INSTALL ANDERSEN BUGSCREEN. 6. APPLY GLUE TO WOOD COLUMNS AND HANG UP THE DRYWALL FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. THEN SCREW DRYWALL ONTO WOOD COLUMNS.TAPE PERIMETER SEAMS BY APPLYING FINISHING COMPOUND TO FILL IN RECESS. AFTER COMPOUND IS DRY, SAND SEAM TO BE FLUSH WITH WALL. PRIME AND PAINT WALL FOR FINISHING TOUCHES. LINE CORNER OF WALL AND FLOOR WITH MOLDING.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. EXISTING DOUBLE WYTHE MASONRY WALL 2. ALIGN 5’ PINE HANDRAIL ON TOP OF PINE BOARD WITH BEVELED EDGE JOINT. ATTACH WITH WOOD DOWEL TO PINE BOARD 3. NOTCH EDGES ALONG ATTACHMENT SITE OF 5’ PINE BOARD WITH 2” X 4” STUDS. EDGES ARE GROOVED 7/16” DEEP 4. DRILL IN 4” X 4” STUD 1/8” HOLE FOR ALLTHREAD ROD 5. DRILL IN 2” X 4” STUD 1/8” HOLE FOR ALLTHREAD ROD 6. ATTACH ALLTHREAD ROD TO HANDRAIL AND WOOD STUD 7. DRILL HOLE INTO 5/8” GYPSUM BOARD AT 36-1/4” ABOVE FLOOR HEIGHT 8. ATTACH 2” X 4” PINE STUD TO RAIL BOARD AND TO GYPSUM BOARD. DRILL 2 HILLMAN SCREWS IN

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. REPLACE TEMPORARY SHORING SYSTEM WITH STEEL LINTELS TO SUPPORT THE REMAINING FACADE AFTER COMPLETION OF DEMOLITION. 2. INSTALL LEAN-TO WALL PLATE AGAINST EXISTING BRICK FACADE. 3. ASSEMBLE ALUMINUM ROOF FRAMING SYSTEM 4’ 6” O/C. 4. ATTACH CUSTOM WINDOW COMPONENTS (SEE WINDOW SCHEDULE FOR REFERENCE). 5. ATTACH RION GREENHOUSE AUTOMATIC WINDOW OPENER TO OPERABLE WINDOW 6. CONSTRUCT PORCH OVERHEAD WOOD FRAMING SYSTEM WITH 2” X 6” LUMBER RAFTERS AND 2” X 4” TRELLIS SYSTEM NOTCHED ABOVE. 7. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION OVER EXISTING PLASTER LATH AND WOOD FURRING FINISH TO REDUCE HEAT LOSS AND PROVIDE MOISTURE CONTROL. 8. INSTALL 5/8” GYPSUM PLASTERBOARD FINISH OVER INSULATION. APPLY PAINT, PRIMER AND ONE-COAT. 9. ATTACH QUARTER ROUND MOLDINGS ALONG WALL TO FLOOR SEAM TO FINISH.

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1. PLACE AND ATTACH 2” RIGID FOAM INSULATION ALONG MASONRY WALL 2. ALIGN 5/8” GYPSUM BOARD WITH RIGID INSULATION AND SECURE 3. CREATE OPENING ALONG EAST FACADE FOR PLACEMENT OF WINDOW 4. PLACE 2” X 6” WOOD FRAME IN OPENING FOR WINDOW AND FASTEN 5. INSERT ANDERSEN AUXILIARY CASING AND CAULK TO WINDOW FRAME ALONG OPENING 6. INSTALL ANDERSEN WINDOW IN OPENING 7. INSTALL LINTEL ABOVE WINDOW FRAME TO SUPPORT MASONRY WALL 8. CONTINUE 5/8” GYPSUM BOARD ALONG 2” X 6” LUMBER FRAME. ALIGN WITH EXISTINT GYPSUM BOARD

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. ALIGN 2” POLYURUTHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION TO MASONRY WALL. 2. ATTACH 5/8” THICK GYPSUM BOARD TO INSULATION 3. FASTEN STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM FRAME TO MASONRY WALL WITH SCREWS 4.INSTALL CUSTOMIZED ROOF WINDOW IN BETWEEN ALUMINUM FRAMES 5. NOTCH IN 2”X4” PINE LUMBER INTO 2”X6” PINE LUMBER FOR TRELLIS SYSTEM.

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KEYNOTES 1. 2” X 4” CONCRETE FORM FOOTING IN SITE CAST -IN-PLACE CONCRETE 2. PLACE PIN TO ATTACH CONCRETE FLOOR AND WOOD POST 3. DRILL INTO BRICK AND ANCHOR 1” X 2” LUMBER TO MASONRY WALL 4. ALIGN PLATE TO ATTACH WOOD AND TO MASONRY WALL. PLACE IN ANCHOR AND WOOD SCREWS. 5. FASTEN 1“ X 2” LUMBER TO 2“ X 4” POST WITH METAL PLATE. DRILL TWO HOLES USE HILLMAN WOOD SCREWS. 6. NOTCH .5“ X .5” INTO 1“ X 2” LUMBER 7. PLACE .5” WOOD RAIL AT NOTCHED POINTS IN WOOD TO SUPPORT RAIL 8. ATTACH 1” X 2” WOOD HAND RAIL ON TOP OF .5” POSTS AT NOTCHED AREAS. 9. PLACE PLATE TO ATTACH 2” X 4” LUMBER POST TO 1” X 2” HAND RAIL. SCREW INTO POST AND RAIL WITH HILLMAN SCREW 10. PLACE DOWNSPOUT FOR WATER BOTTLE COLLECTOR ALONG MASONRY WALL. FASTEN TO MASONRY WALL USING DOWNSPOUT CLIP. 11. ATTACH PLASTIC NECK AND WATERING TO DOWNSPOUT. 12. SCREW IN WATERBOTTLES TO NECK ATTACHMENT

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

KEYNOTES 1. INSTALL 2” POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION OVER EXISTING PLASTER LATH AND WOOD FURRING FINISH TO REDUCE HEAT LOSS AND PROVIDE MOISTURE CONTROL. 2. INSTALL 5/8” GYPSUM PLASTERBOARD FINISH OVER INSULATION. APPLY PAINT, PRIMER AND ONE-COAT. 3. REMOVE EXISTING FLOOR FINISH FROM ATTIC FLOOR SYSTEM AND INSTALL 12” R-38 HIGH DENSITY FIBERGLASS BLANKET INSULATION IN BETWEEN THE SECOND FLOOR AND THE ATTIC TO REDUCE HEAT LOSS. PLACE INSULATION IN BETWEEN THE EXISTING FLOOR JOISTS . 4. RECOVER ATTIC FLOOR WITH PLYWOOD SHEATHING. 5. INSTALL LEAFGAURD SEAMLESS GUTTER SYSTEM ALONG THE EXISTING ROOF.

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GENERAL NOTES: 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPY RIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN 1.02 AND GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.00 - IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY/PITTSBURGH PROGRAM FOR THE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE LETTERHEAD. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES/ENTITIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “SP” SERIES (SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIAL ANNOTATION LEGEND) AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING CODE ANALYSIS FOR ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET(S) (“G”) PROVIDE CODE PROCEDURAL AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER NOR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED, BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2009 AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUFACTURERS STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH.

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ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE


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SHORING & LINTEL

CONSTRUCT SHORING ON THE FIRST FLOOR TO SUPPORT THE SECOND FLOOR. INSERT LINTEL AT THE END OF THE SECOND FLOOR FACADE.

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CONCRETE STEPS AND PLANTERS

BUILD 3 STEPS UP TO THE PORCH WITH CONCRETE AND CAST IN PLACE PLANTERS AROUND THE PORCH PERIMETER ON GROUND LEVEL.

8”X4”X3” CLAY MASONRY

ERECT MASONRY WALLS ON THE WESTERN AND EASTERN EDGE OF THE PORCH WITH CLAY MASONRY.

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CONSTRUCT COLUMNS WITH 4”X4” PINE LUMBER

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AGGREGATE CONCRETE (THERMAL MASS)

POUR 4” OF CONCRETE AND BRICK AGGREGATE ON THE EXISTING PORCH FOUNDATION

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4”X4” PINE LUMBER

SPAN AND FASTEN 4”X4” PINE LUMBER HORIAONTALLY ON TOP OF 4”X4” LUMBER COLUMNS

PREFABRICATED ALUMINUM WINDOW FRAMES

INSTALL STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM FRAMES TO THE 4”X4” PINE LUMBER AND TO THE EXISTING MASONRY WALL ON THE FACADE.

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ANDERSEN 400SERIES WINDOWS: CR155 INSTALL WINDOWS ON THE WESTERN AND EASTERN MASONRY WALLS

ANDERSEN HINGED DOOR: H400 ANDERSEN OUTSWING FOLDING DOOR TWO PANEL:2L &2R

INSTALL DOORS ON THE FRONT FACADE OF THE SUN SPACE


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SKYLIGHTS

INSTALL 2 OPERABLE SKYLIGHTS AND 7 STATIONARY SKYLIGHTS BETWEEN THE ALUMINUM FRAMES

GALVANIZED STEEL 2”X4” POSTS

CONSTRUCT 2”X4” STEEL POSTS ON TOP OF THE STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM FRAMES

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2”X6” PINE LUMBER

ATTACH 2”X6” LUMBER BEAMS TO THE EXISTING MASONRYFACADE AND ON TOP OF THE 2”X4” STEEL POSTS

2”X4” PINE LUMBER

NOTCH IN 2”X4” PINE LUMBER PERPENDICULARLY INTO 2”X6” PINE LUMBER FOR TRELLIS SYSTEM


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4”X4”,1”X2” & 1/2” X 1/2” PINE LUMBER

CONSTRUCT HAND RAILS ALONG THE EDGE OF THE SUN SPACE WITH 4“X4”, 1”X2” & 1/2” X 1/2” PINE LUMBER

PLANTS

ADD PLANTS IN THE PLANTERS AROUND AND IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE AS WELL AS ON THE TRELLIS FOR SHADING IN THE SUMMER

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NORTH-SOUTH ORIENTATION

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When a home is oriented in the north-south direction the south facade is guaranteed to solar access as it either looks onto the street or a back lot. The most solar gain can be achieved by using the south facade.

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Similar to the adaptive transformation, an existing back porch situated along the south can be adapted into an enclosed glass porch. This will maximize the amount of sun collected through passive solar strategies. It is important to utilize dynamic shading devices for the summer months.

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A portion of the south and west facade can be encased with glass depending on the vacancy of the neighboring lot. The glass can continue along the neighboring facade.

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EAST - WEST ORIENTATION

When a home is oriented along the east-west it is most likely that the south facade receives little or no solar access as it is either placed directely along a neighboring home or is situated by a narrow path.

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POTENTIAL FUNDING SOURCES

PITTSBURGH PARTY WALL PROGRAM Grant: $10,000 To rehabilitate exposed party walls Documents Needed: -Two (2) most recent pay stubs and/or copies of your Social Security and pension verification for all members of the household. -A copy of your 2008 Federal Income Tax Return or 2008 Property Tax/Rent Rebate Form. If you do not file a tax return or rebate form, please call 1-800-829-1040 and request a “Form 1722” letter. - A full copy of your deed.

$10,000

GRANT

Send the Application and Documents to: URA of Pittsburgh 200 Ross Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Attn: Sharon Taylor http://www.ura.org/pittsburgh_residents/factsheets/PPWP-OwnerApplication.pdf

PITTSBURGH HOME REHABILITATION PROGRAM (PHRP) & PHRP PLUS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY Loan : Home Improvement $25,000 0% interest rate up to 20 years Grants: Energy Efficiency and Home Improvement PHRP PLUS : $2,100 (energy efficiency) PHRP: $2,000 - $2,500(exterior)

$25,000 LOAN

http://www.ura.org/pittsburgh_residents/factsheets/PHRP.pdf

HOME DEPOT GRANT Community revitalization project to create healthy and sustainable homes The LEED for Homes Initative for Affordable Housing collaborated with The Home Depot Foundations for this grant to promote green affordable housing.

$2,000- $2,500

GRANT

http://www.homedepotfoundation.org/

ENERGY POLICY ACT 2005 Tax Incentive program Up to $500 Tax Credit for energy efficient appliances, windows and insulation

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$500

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HOPE VI REVITALIZATION GRANT Grant funds provided to a community organization or public housing authority to revitalize existing housing and relocate public housing residents into mixed income communities. The Middle-Income Homeownership Program provides funding for homeowners and potential homeowners at less than 100% of the area median income for a 4-person family. These funds can be used to repair of add-on to existing homes or to demolish and construct new ones. The goal of this program is to improve the condition of existing housing stock in the community and provide assistance for residents to move out of public housing and into more mixed-income areas. Through Middle-Income Homeownership Program, Hope VI funds may be used to cover costs of the following: -downpayments and closing costs -provision of subordinate mortgages -construction financing for rehabilitation costs -demolition, abatement of hazardous materials, owner relocation, homeownership counseling, site improvements, administration, marketing, and legal costs related to constrcution and rehabilition. Applicable houses and market values: -119 41st Street: $34,400 -124 42nd Street: $83,400 -109 42nd Street: $24,800 -111 42nd Street: $18,600 -113 42nd Street: $22,700 -138 44th Street: $20,500 -150 44th Street: $31,600 -133 45th Street: $48,200 -143 45th Street: $35,800 -168 46th Street: $66,100 -133 46th Street: $38,100 -175 46th Street: $53,100 -306 45th Street: $23,900 -272 46th Street: $37,700 -302 46th Street: $30,000 -4627 Bancroft Street: $31,900 Send the Application and Documents to: Apply through Grants.gov website. http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/programs/ph/hope6/grants/revitalization/revgrantmonitoring.pdf

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1. ZONING COUNTER 1. ZONING COUNTER 2. FILE ROOM 2. FILE ROOM ZONING COUNTER 3.1.ENGINEER’S COUNTER 3.2.ENGINEER’S COUNTER FILE ROOM 4.1.LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER ZONING COUNTER 4.3.LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER ENGINEER’S 2. FILE ROOM COUNTER 4. LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER 1.3.LAND OPERATION PERMIT ENGINEER’S COUNTER 1. LAND OPERATION PERMIT 2.4.DEPARTMENT OF CITYCOUNTER PLANNING LICENSE & CASHIER 2. DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING LAND OPERATION PERMIT 3.1.DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 3.2.DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING 4.1.PITTSBURGH WATER AND SEWER LAND OPERATION PERMIT 4.3.PITTSBURGH WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT OF OF CITY PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY 2. DEPARTMENT PLANNING AUTHORITY 4.BBI PITTSBURGH WATER AND SEWER 5.3. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 5.AUTHORITY BBI 6.4. LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER PITTSBURGH WATER AND SEWER 6.5.LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER BBI AUTHORITY 6. BBI LICENSE & CASHIERPAGE COUNTER SEE GRANT INFORMATION 5. SEE GRANT INFORMATION PAGE HOPE6.6LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER HOPE 6 SEE GRANT INFORMATION PAGE PITTSBURGH PARTY WALL PROGRAM PITTSBURGH PARTY WALL PROGRAM HOPE 6 PITTSBURGH HOME REHABILITATION PROGRAM & SEE GRANT INFORMATION PAGE PITTSBURGH HOME REHABILITATION PITTSBURGH PARTY WALLEFFICIENCY PROGRAMPROGRAM & PHRP PLUS FOR ENERGY HOPE 6 PHRP PLUS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY PITTSBURGH HOME REHABILITATION HOME DEPOT GRANT PITTSBURGH PARTY WALL PROGRAM PROGRAM & HOME DEPOT GRANT PHRP PLUS FOR ENERGY ENERGY POLICY ACTREHABILITATION 2005 EFFICIENCYPROGRAM & PITTSBURGH HOME ENERGY POLICY ACT 2005 HOME DEPOT GRANT PHRP PLUS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENERGY POLICY ACT 2005 HOME DEPOT GRANT SEE CSI SPECIFICATIONS SEE CSI SPECIFICATIONS ENERGY POLICY ACT 2005 SEE CSI SPECIFICATIONS

1 1 1

APPLY APPLYPERMITS BUILDING BUILDING APPLYPERMITS BUILDING PERMITS APPLY

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ACQUIRE ACQUIRE MATERIALS FOR MATERIALS FOR CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION ACQUIRE MATERIALS FOR ACQUIRE CONSTRUCTION

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RELOCATE RELOCATE RESIDENT STAYS RESIDENT STAYS AT AT NEIGHBOR NEIGHBOR RELOCATE RESIDENT STAYS AT NEIGHBOR RELOCATE

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EXTENSION EXTENSION CONSTRUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION NEW PORCH PORCH EXTENSION CONSTRUCTION NEW PORCH EXTENSION

SEE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION DOCUMENTS SEE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION DOCUMENTS SEE CRITICAL PATH SEE SEECRITICAL ADAPTIVEPATH TRANSFORMATION DOCUMENTS SEE CRITICAL PATH SEE ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION DOCUMENTS

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INSULATE INSULATE PLACE IN PLACE IN WALL WALL INSULATION INSULATION INSULATE PLACE IN WALL INSULATEINSULATION

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BUILDING PERMITS

GRANTS AND LOANS

SEE CSI SPECIFICATIONS

MATERIALS FOR CONSTRUCTION

TO 4625 BANCROFT STREET TO 4625 BANCROFT STREET TO 4625 BANCROFT STREET TO 4625 BANCROFT STREET

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MANAGE MANAGE ADD RAIN GARDEN FOR WATER MANAGEMENT ADD RAIN GARDEN FOR WATER MANAGEMENT MANAGE ADD RAIN GARDEN FOR WATER MANAGEMENT MANAGE

SEE CRITICAL PATH

SEE CRITICAL PATH

SEE SITE CONTEXT DOCUMENTS SEE SITE CONTEXT DOCUMENTS SEE SITE CONTEXT DOCUMENTS SEE SITE CONTEXT DOCUMENTS

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INSPECT INSPECT FINAL INSPECTION FINAL INSPECTION INSPECT FINAL INSPECTION INSPECT FINAL INSPECTION

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BUILDING PERMIT

1) ZONING COUNTER: Turn in application made by a contractor licensed by the City of Pittsburgh. Approval required for new construction/additions. An applicant must provide a survey or a plot plan (a hand drawn plan of the property ). Plan must indicated structures in relation to property lines and to the street(s). $25 Zoning Processing Fee 2) FILE ROOM: Clerk will check for outstanding code violation notices. 3) ENGINEER’S COUNTER: Review of plan- 15 working days. 4) LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER: Pay by check or money order to cashier.

WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU:

Correct address of the job site. Owner’s name, address, and phone number. Residential Building Permit Application A check or money order to pay for the permit. Any required construction plans signed and sealed by a professional (engineer or architect) registered with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Fee

LAND OPERATION PERMITS ALL LAND

1)Obtain a Land Operations Permit Application(http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/BBI/html/land_operation_permit.html#is_required). The application signature must be witnessed by a notary. 2) Take application to Department of City Planning- 200 Ross Street, 3rd Floor for review, approval and signature. 3) Take application fo Department of Public Works at 414 Grant Street, room 301. 4) Take application to Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority at 1200 Penn Avenue, Penn-Liberty Plaza 1. 4)Take application to BBI for final review and authorized signature. BBI will contact applicant when permit has been approved. 5)License & Cashier’s counter where check or money order is made.

WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU:

Initial submission: Completed Land Operations Checklist and Application, Plot Plan, Plot Plan Requirements, Identification of site involved,Official street address, Property dimensions, Lot and Block Number, Plan shall show existing and proposed buildings and other structures and adjacent streets and public or private property, Plans or statements clearly describing the nature and extent of the operations, General plan of work, cross sections, contours, soil & rock strata description, coal workings, locations of utilities, details of surface protection, details of walls or other structures on property. Plan showing preparation of natural ground surface by benching and removal of top soil, vegetation and other materials, Description of surface and subsurface draining control, Results of stability and analysis, Description of kind of material to be used in fill, Statement of intended moisture density control of fill, Statement of method of compacting fill and thickness of layers to be used in such compacting, Statement of tests to be made prior to and during the process of filling and the names of persons or agencies responsible for making the tests, Special Inspector Forms, Special Inspector Requirements Special Inspector Initial Report, Insurance certificate for work, Performance Bond , A check or money order to pay for the permit. Excavation,fill: (up to 1000 cubic yards) each permit $78.00

INSPECTION

It is the responsibility of the permit holder to arrange for all required inspections by contacting the appropriate inspector. The inspector’s name and phone number may be found in bold print on the permit. Required inspections include: 1)Footer inspection - after trenches or ditches are evacuated, forms and reinforcement are in place and before footer is poured or constructed. 2)Rough-in inspections - after the completion and prior to the concealment of framing, fire blocking, and any other building component. 3) A final inspection when all work is complete. measured from the bottom of the footing to the top of the wall, unless supporting a surcharge.

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

PROJECT DESIGN MONTH 1

PROJECT SCOPE 10% SCHEMATIC DESIGN 35% DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 65% PROGRESSIVE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BENCHMARK DEVELOPMENT & COMPREHENSIVE DOCUMENTATION APPLY FOR BUILDING PERMITS APPLY FOR LAND OPERATION PERMITS APPLY FOR GRANTS & LOANS MATERIAL AND PARTS AQUIREMENT TEMPORARY RESIDENT RELOCATION ENCLOSURE SYSTEM MODIFICATION WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MODIFICATION THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEM MODIFICATION QUALITY INSPECTION RESIDENT RELOCATION

KEY IN PROGRESS COMPLETION BENCHMARK PROJECT DESIGN PRE-CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS MODIFICATION POST-CONSTRUCTION

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PROJECT DESIGN

PROJECT SCOPE WEEK 1

IDENTIFY HOUSING TYPOLOGY & LOCATIONS IDENTIFY LAND USE & ZONING REQUIREMENTS FOR REGION CATALOG SITE UTILIZATION IDENTIFY DEVIATIONS FROM CODE STIPULATIONS CATALOG HOUSING CONDITIONS IDENTIFY MATERIAL & CONSTRUCTION TYPES IDENTIFY HEATING & COOLING METHODS ANALYZE DEMOGRAPHIC & ENVIRONMENTAL DATA IDENTIFY TYPOLOGY CASE STUDY BUILDING CODE ANALYSIS IDENTIFY WATER MANAGEMENT & ENCLOSURE MODIFICATIONS GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF ADAPTIVE TRANSFORMATION ORIENTATION MODIFICATION PROGRESSIVE IMPLEMENTATION & UNIT COST ESTIMATE

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PRE-CONSTRUCTION

PERMIT ACQUISITION MONTH 1

ZONING COUNTER / SITE PLAN REVIEW BUILDING REVIEW ENGINEER'S COUNTER LICENSE & CASHIER COUNTER LAND OPERATIONS PERMIT REVIEW HOPE VI APPLICATION PITTSBURGH PARTY WALL PROGRAM PITTSBURGH HOME REHABILITATION PROGRAM (PHRP) PHRP PLUS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY HOME DEPOT GRANT ENERGY POLICY ACT 2005 AQUIRE MATERIALS ASSEMBLY OF WINDOWS AND DOORS TEMPORARY RESIDENT RELOCATION

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MONTH 9

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SYSTEMS MODIFICATION WEEK 1 REMOVE EXISTING PORCH, SALVAGE BRICKS PREPARE FRONT FAÇADE FOR PARTIAL DEMOLITION SET UP SHORING SYSTEM REMOVE BOTTOM PORTION OF SOUTHWEST WALL, SALVAGE BRICKS ASSEMBLE LINTEL SYSTEM BENEATH REMAINING MASONRY WALL DISASSEMBLE AND REMOVE SHORING ASSEMBLE AND INSTALL ENCLOSURE FRAMING MEMBERS ASSEMBLE AND INSTALL RAILING SYSTEM CREATE BRICK AGGREGATE CONCRETE MIXTURE PREPARE CONCRETE FORMWORK FOR THERMAL MASS FLOOR SYSTEM PREPARE CONCRETE FORMWORK FOR PLANTER POUR CONCRETE INTO FRAMEWORK, LET SET REMOVE FRAMEWORK ROUGH-IN INSPECTIONS INSTALL WINDOW AND DOOR SYSTEMS ASSEMBLE AND INSTALL TRELLIS SYSTEM FILL PLANTER WITH SOIL AND PLANT DESIRED VEGETATION BREAK DOWN CONCRETE DRIVEWAY PREPARE GROUND, SMOOTH SOIL PLANT GRASS ON SITE

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SYSTEMS MODIFICATION WEEK 1 STAKE OUT PERIMETER OF PROPOSED RAIN GARDEN EXCAVATE SOIL TO ACHIEVE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS (SC1.05 ) LEVEL THE RAIN GARDEN AND SMOOTH OUT THE SOIL CREATE A SMOOTH, COMPACT BERM WITH DISPLACED SOIL FOLLOW PREVENTATIVE MEASURES FOR EROSION CONTROL ON BERM PLANT RECOMMENDED VEGETATION ACCORDING TO PLANNED LAYOUT MULCH AND WATER PLANTS TWICE A WEEK UNTIL PLUGS ESTABLISH REMOVE EXISTING GUTTER SYSTEM INSTALL LEAFGUARD SEAMLESS GUTTER SYSTEM ON ROOF AND PORCH ASSEMBLE AND ATTACH WATER COLLECTION SYSTEM TO GUTTER CHECK FOR AND FIX ANY LEAKS ON THE EXTERIOR FAÇADE INSTALL 2" POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION ON INTERIOR WALLS INSTALL 5/8" GYPSUM PLASTERBOARD OVER INSULATION APPLY INTERIOR FINISH TO MATCH EXISTING CONDITIONS INSTALL 12" R-38 INSULATION BETWEEN EXISTING FIRST FLOOR JOISTS INSTALL STEEL WEBBING UNDERNEATH INSULATION INSTALL 5/8" GYPSUM PLASTERBOARD TO COVER BLANKET INSULATION REMOVE EXISTING FLOOR FINISH FROM ATTIC LEVEL FIT 12" R-38 INSULATION IN BETWEEN EXISITNG FLOOR JOISTS INSTALL 1/2" PLYWOOD SHEATHING OVER INSTULATION REMOVE DEMOLITION WASTE FROM SITE

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Quantity CSI # DEMOLITION

Description

Crew

Labor Hrs

Unit

B9

2.222

Ea.

1 Clab

0.033

L.F.

B38 B11A

0.057 0.069

S.Y. C.Y.

C.I.P. concrete forms, footing, keyway, tapered wood, 4" x 4", 4 use, includes erecting, bracing, stripping and cleaning

1 Carp

0.015

L.F.

Selective demolition, cutout, brick, opening, to 4 S.F., 8" thick, excludes loading andand disposal Selective toothing, demolition, thermal moisture protection, gutters, metal

52.25

or wood, edge hungpavement & curb, remove bituminous pavement, Demolish, remove 4" to 6" thick, excludes hauling and disposal fees Minor site demolition, for disposal on site, excludes hauling, add

50 202 289 TOTAL DEMOLITION COST CONCRETE 2 17

03300-02

Planter bed: C.I.P. concrete forms, continuous wall, plywood, 1 use, includes erecting, bracing, stripping and cleaning

C1

0.085

SFCA

105

03300-01

4" Concrete Brick floor: Structural concrete, (3000 psi), includes concrete, placing and textured finish, excludes forms and reinforcing

C14G

0.019

S.F.

Reinforcing Steel, in place, footings, #4 to #7, A615, grade 60, incl labor for accessories, excl material for accessories

4 Rodm

0.01

Lb.

Brick veneer masonry, red brick, running bond, T.L. lots, 6.75/S.F., 4" x 2-2/3" x 8", includes 3% brick and 25% mortar waste, excludes scaffolding, grout and reinforcing

D8

0.182

S.F.

D8

0.036

S.F. Bag

L.F. Lb. Ea.

5250 TOTAL CONCRETE COST MASONRY

103

04200-01

Grout, concrete masonry unit (CMU) cores, 4" thick, 0.067 C.F./S.F., by hand, excludes blockwork Cement, masonry, 70 lb. Bag, T.L. lots

103 4 TOTAL MASONRY COST METAL 4 2.5 4

05100-01 05120-01 05100-02

Boxed column, galvinized, double, 18 ga x 4" D Lintel angle, structural, unpainted, 500 to 1000 lb., shop fabricated Structural Aluminum Window Frame

2 Carp 1 Bric 2 Carp

0.073 0.013 2.2

1

05100-03

Structural Aluminum End Frame

1 Carp

1.5

2" x 4" pine lumber stud 1" x 2" pine lumber stud .5" x 5" pine lumber stud 2" x 6" pine lumber stud 4" x 4" pine lumber stud Board, pine,1" x 8" thick Dap Alex 10.1 oz Painter's all-purpose caulk

1 Carp 1 Carp 1 Carp 1 Carp 1 Carp 2 Carp 1 Bric

0.032 0.036 0.036 0.036 0.036 0.053 0.027

L.F. L.F. L.F. L.F. L.F. S.F. L.F.

1 Carp 1 Rofc 1 Shee 1 Shee

0.008 0.008 1 1 1 1

S.F. S.F. L.F. L.F. L.F. Ea.

TOTAL METAL COST LUMBER 16 2 35 14 4 1 150

06110-03 06110-05 06110-04 06110-02 06110-01 06110-06 0724-01

TOTAL LUMBER COST THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION 2282 1320 10 10 45 10

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07210-01 07210-02 07715-02 07715-02 07715-01 07715-03

Rigid insullation, for walls, 2" thick, R12 Batt Insulation, for roof decks, 12" thick, R38 Aluminum downspouts, embossed, 2" x 3", .020" thick Aluminum downspouts, embossed, 2" x 3", .020" thick Leaf Guard Seamless Gutter Downspout band

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Hrs

22

Unit

Material

Labor

Equipment

Total Hard Cost

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Ea.

$0.00

$53.06

$14.43

$67.49 $0.75

$63.00

$1.35 $5.94

$2.84 $557.77 $628.85

$801.94 $921.90 $6,943.40

$5,516.56

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L.F.

$0.00

$0.75

57 69

S.Y. C.Y.

$0.00 $0.00

$1.49 $1.93

15

L.F.

$0.13

$0.44

$0.57

$1.76

85

SFCA

$5.31

$2.14

$7.45

$160.31

19

S.F.

$1.31

$0.49

$1.81

$238.35

1

Lb.

$0.40

$0.27

$1,417.50 $1,427.33

$2,467.50 $2,867.92

82

S.F.

$4.17

$5.16

$531.48

$1,353.42

36

S.F. Bag

$0.29 $8.96

$1.01 $0.00

$133.90 $8.96 $674.34

$206.00 $39.48 $1,598.90

73 13 2

L.F. Lb. Ea.

$4.80 $0.79 $400.00

$2.65 $0.46 $125.00

$7.45 $1.25 $1,600.00

$38.96 $4.03 $3,600.00

$350.00

$125.00

$350.00

$537.50

$1,958.70

$4,180.49

5

$0.01

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L.F. L.F. L.F. L.F. L.F. S.F. L.F.

$0.28 $0.22 $0.18 $0.43 $0.52 $1.37 $0.09

$0.90 $0.93 $0.89 $1.01 $0.93 $1.49 $0.82

$44.80 $4.40 $63.00 $60.20 $20.80 $10.96 $24.82 $228.98

$59.20 $6.26 $94.15 $75.60 $24.52 $12.45 $216.00 $488.15

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S.F. S.F. L.F. L.F. L.F. Ea.

$0.64 $1.15 $3.00 $1.00 $5.00 $1.00

$0.26 $0.22 $1.43 $1.43 $25.00 $1.00

$2,031.00 $1,518.00 $30.00 $10.00 $225.00 $10.00 $3,824.00

$2,624.30 $39.00 $31.00 $11.00 $250.00 $11.00 $5,105.30 IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS

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DOORS AND WINDOWS Architectural Rectangle Hinged Door H-400 3’ 1-5/8” W x 7’-0”, Inswing

1 6 2 7 2

08210-01 08550-01 08550-02 08600-01 08600-02

Andersen casement window 400 cr155 5’-4 13/16” x 4’ Andersen casement window 400 cw145 4’- 4 13/16” x 2’–4 3/8” Cutsomized Stationary Skylight 2’-6” 13/16 x 4’-3 5/16” Cutsomized Operable Skylight 2’-6” 13/16 x 4’-3 5/16”

2 1 9 2

08350-01/ 08350-02 08870-01 08120-01 08700-01

Andersen Outswing Folding Door Two Panel 3’-2 ¼” x 7’-0” Custom Sidelight Window 11-1/2” x 7’ -0” Window frame, aluminum Rion Greenhouse Automatic Window Opener

2 Carp 2 Sswk 2 Sswk 1 Carp 1 Carp

1.143 2 1.778 1 1.333

Ea. Ea. Ea. Ea. Ea.

2 Carp 2 Sswk 2 Carp

1.333 2.667 0.123

Ea. Ea. Ea.

2 Carp 1 Carp

0.017 0.02

S.F L.F.

TOTAL DOOR AND WINDOW COST FINISHES 3602 25 500 250 32 34 8 40 1 1 12 15 20

09250-01 9050-01 09051-01 09051-02 09051-03 09051-04 09051-09 09051-10 09051-11 09051-12 09051-13 09100-01 09900-01

Gypsum wallboard, on walls, standard, taped & finished (level 4 finish), 5/8" thick Base Molding 3/4" Hillman group flat head phillips wood screws 1/2" Hillman group flat head phillips wood screws Stanley-National Hardware Double Wide Corner Brace Jamb Clip Flat Hillman Group Flat Head Sleeve Anchor 1-1/2" Hillman group glat head phillips wood screws Wolcraft 2969 1/2" Fluted Wood Dowel Pins Hillman Allthread plated zinc Anchoring bracket Lean-to Wall Plate Behr White Paint

Pkg

Pkg Rod Ea. L.F. Gal.

TOTAL FINISHES COST FURNISHINGS 33 12400-01

Water Bottle (16.9 oz), Recycled

Ea.

TOTAL FURNISHINGS COST ELECTRICAL 2

16500-01

Compact Fluorescent fixtures, residential, interior, surface mounted, circline, 32 watt & 40 watt

1 Elec

0.4

Ea.

TOTAL ELECTRICAL COST SITE LANDSCAPING 166

Rain Garden

Sqft

TOTAL

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Ea. Ea. Ea. Ea. Ea.

$1,143.00 $65.00 $391.00 $67.66 $391.00 $67.66 $2,000.00 $175.00 $3,000.00 $200.00

$1,143.00 $2,346.00 $782.00 $14,000.00 $6,000.00

$1,217.29 $3,293.24 $902.20 $15,225.00 $6,266.00

33 67 23

Ea. Ea. Ea.

$2,484.00 $75.00 $835.00 $105.00 $350.00 $75.00 $100.00 $125.00

$4,968.00 $835.00 $3,150.00 $200.00 $33,424.00

$5,167.50 $115.03 $3,233.03 $450.00 $35,868.56

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S.F. L.F.

$2,845.58 $31.25 $49.70 $24.85 $21.12 $68.00 $72.00 $26.50 $12.99 $8.00 $120.00 $225.00 $479.40 $3,965.39

$4,106.28 $35.00 $49.70 $24.85 $21.12 $68.00 $72.00 $26.50 $12.99 $8.00

78

4

$0.46 $0.35

Pkg. Rod Ea. L.F. Gal.

$0.33 $1.25 $0.99 $0.99 $0.66 $2.00 $8.00 $0.66 $12.99 $8.00 $10.00 $15.00 $23.97

Ea.

$0.00

$0.30

$0.00

$9.90 $9.90

Ea.

$101.15

$14.32

$202.30 $202.30

$213.75 $213.75

Sqft

$13.00

$2,158.00

$2,158.00

$48,491.89

$65,779.81

Pkg.

$5.00

TOTAL

ARC48_550

$300.00 $1,500.00 $6,344.44

TOTAL MATERIALS AND LABOR COST:

$76,760.77

TOTAL SOFT AND HARD COSTS

$130,800.33 IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS

IMP3.03


SUMMARY

TOTAL MATERIAL COSTS

DEMOLITION

TOTAL MATERIAL AND LABOR COSTS

$628.85

$6943.40

$1427.33

$2867.92

$674.34

$1598.90

$1958.70

$4180.49

$228.98

$488.15

$3824

$5105.30

CONCRETE MASONRY METAL LUMBER THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION DOORS AND WINDOWS $33424.00

$35,868.56

$3965.39

$6344.44

FINISHES FURNISHINGS $9.90 ELECTRICAL $202.30

$213.75

SITE LANDSCAPE $2158

$2158

TOTAL: $48,491.89

TOTAL: $65,779.81 CONTINGENCY (10%):

$72,357.79

PITTSBURGH (.98%):

$70,910.64

SALES TAX (8.25%):

$76,760.77

TOTAL MATERIALS AND LABOR COST: $76,760.77

IMP3.04

GENERAL CONTRACTOR MARK-UP ON SUBS (10%):

$7676.07

GENERAL CONDITIONS (20%):

$15,352.15

GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S OVERHEAD AND PROFIT (10%):

$7676.07

DESIGN FEES (15%):

$11,514.11

MANAGEMENT (5%):

$3838.04

LEGAL FEES (5%):

$3838.04

INSURANCE (2.9%):

$2226.06

ENGINEERING FEES (2.5%):

$1919.02

TOTAL SOFT AND HARD COSTS: $130,800.33 IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION:HARD COST ANALYSIS


Pittsburgh Program for the Adaptive Transformation of Community Housing

HEAT LOSS CALCULATION : INSULATION Existing Conditions

U value

total area sqft

New Conditions

heat loss coefficient

new U value .067

170.85

.0241

15.9

Wall

.289

2550

736.9

Window

.5

197.9

98.95

Roof

.339

1010

342.4

Floor

.287

660

189.7

Infiltration

AC x .018 x volume cu. ft

ARC48_550

new heat loss coefficient

1.5 x .018 x 13,200 = 356.4 TOTAL HEAT LOSS COEFFICIENT (total UA): 1724.35 (existing) Peak Heat Loss = total ua x t (design indoor F - design outdoor F) 108634.06=1724.35 x (68 - 5 =) 63

1085.6 (new)

Annual Heat Loss = total ua x 24 hrs x annual degree days 246982099.2 mmbtu=1724.35 x 24 x 5968 Building Energy Performance: 246982099.2 mmbtu/1320 sq ft = 187107.65 Heating total =

UA x 24 1724.35 x 24 = 41384.4

27799.2

Area of Southern Glass: 105 Sqft 4” Concrete Brick Aggregate: Heat capacity PROJECTED PASSIVE SOLAR HEATING: 40% CALCULATED HEATING EXPENSES 41384.4x 5968 = 246982099.2 = 246.9/ .70 = 352.7 x 12.12 = $4274.89 (existing) 27799.2 x 5968= 165905625.6 = 165.9/.70 = 237 x 12.12 = $2872.44 x 60% (to heat)

$1723.46 (new)

Using insulation on the interior walls and ceiling of the basement and second floor drastically reduce the heating expenses to $1723.46, with a total savings of $2551.43 per year. TOTAL COST OF INSULATION: $3316 TOTAL PAYBACK TIME: 1.2

years

insulation

40% PASSIVE SOLAR

+ 4”

$4274.89

= $3316

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION:PAYBACK ANALYSIS

$1723.4

IMP3.05


HIGH ANGLE SUMMER SUN

LOW ANGLE WINTER SUN

IMP3.06

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION:ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY


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