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Technical Report by Hannah Theodorou

Technical Report

University Of Greenwich By Hannah Theodorou Year 3 Greenwich University Student ID - 000609208


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Contents

Project Introduction - Riba Stages p.4 - Brief p.5 -

A brief introduction to Dartford Marshes p.6-7 History Of Dartford Marshes p.8 Bathymetry and Flood Risk P.9 Brief Response p.10 Mapping p.11-13 Geology p.14 Sun Path p.15 Enviromental Illness p.16 Local Hospitals p.17 Local Schools P.18

Intergrated Technology -

Electromagnetic Spectrum p.20 Material Conductivity p.21-22 Concept Idea p.23-28 Warter Waste System p.29-30 Precedents p.31-34

Design Proposal - Plans p.36-43 - Section p.44-45 - Details p.46-49 Engineering The Environment -

Water Collection p.51 Fire Alarms p.52 Ventilation p.53 Movement of Electromagnetic Fields p.54

Profesional Practice -

Client Brief p.56 Fire Strategy p.57 Matinance Schedual p.58 Procurement p.59 RIBA Work Satges p.60

-CV P.61 Refrances

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RIBA Stages

To enable the reader to understand the context of this technical report, the layout relates back to the RIBA plan of work (2013).

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Brief

Imagine our colosasal landfills in the UK as sensible resource sheds to build our future urban spaces, where eventually the future of architecture and design can make no distinction between waste and supply. The global issue of 'urban compression' in the future of cities has led us to invesigate new interventions that operate through intuitionism and novel methodologies of practicing architectural design in our built environment. Cities are the absence of physical space between people and technology They enable us to work and play together and their success depends on the demand for physical connection. Architectural propositions will propose an extended city reconstituted from its own ground materials. To re make the city by utilizing all the materials entombed in the ungrounding process of constuction. To craft from the we have exhumed from the ground to construct differnt material combinations to serve differnt purposes in the design. What if architectural design was no longer legitimated through a promised structure or even a mere imagined one but was insted to reach absolute continuity, in which construction constructed itself.

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A Brief Introduction To Dartford Marshes

Wells Firework Factory - Disused

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Erith Yacht Club

Little Brook Coal Fired Power Sation

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Shooting Range

Motocross Track

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Thames Water Sewage Treatment

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River Darent Dam

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Newly Built Housing

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Farm Land and Industries Across River Darent b

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View of the Dartford bridge

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Site Plan of Dartford Marshes and Surrounding Areas Scale 1:10000

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History Of Dartford Marshes

Dartford has a rich history. The outbreak of smallpox in the late 1800s required isolated hospitals, that took the form of boats which where moored near the mouth of the river Darent (Fig 4). The turn of the century brought the temporary hospitals, Long Reach Hospital and The Orchard Hospital to continue you catering for those infected with smallpox. Around the same time Joyce Green Hospital was also built after the smallpox outbreak the hospital continued to be used until WW2 when it became part of the Emergency Medical Scheme. The hospital discontinued its operation in 2000. It is clear that the care idustry has moved out of Dartford Marshes due to the local industries becoming so industrial. An example of an industry that has lasted a large geration of the marshes history is Little Brook Power Station. Little Brook Power station (Fig 5) has been running since nineteen thirtysix and at the time was much more expansive, however flooding destroyed three parts of the factory. The river used as a tool for cooling the turbines and allowed large coal deliveries. Infomation taken and acessed - http://www.bexley.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=1155&p - 2013/02/27 - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dartford -

Fig 4 - Postcard - Smallpox hospital vessals moored at Long Reach.

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Fig 5 - Little brook power station before the floods


Bathymetry and Flood Risk of the River Thames and the River Darent Scale 1:10000 An anyalisis of flood risk may shape achritectural projects in the surrounding areas. A levy seperates the Thames and the marsh land and the hydrolic dam at the mouth of the river Darent protects the surounding industries from flooding. The darker blue areas indicate the areas with higher risk.

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Brief Response

The response to the brief began by assessing Dartford Marshes on a macro scale. It was not only to find a suitable site for a design but to understand in full what environmental influences the architecture will have on the site and what environmental conditions already exist. The area consists of many industries such as; farm land, scrap yards, coal fired power station, shooting range and motocross race tracks. Persevering Dartford mashes at numerous scales such as macroscopic, human and microscopic allows for a designer to see how building elements may be affected, from the environmental influence of material choice, to a type of welding join. All of the industries based around Dartford Marshes are particularly industrial and have a large carbon footprint. The smoke from the power station, motocross bikes, and the tractor enables one to imagine the pollution. Looking into the macro aspects of Dartford it became clear there are many other environmental influences that are invisible to the naked eye. Radio waves and electromagnetic field are something we come into contact with every day, not only that but as a society we depend on phones, computers, fridges, lighting, radios, WiFi and many other things. The project proposes an Electromagnetic Radiation Safehouse for those who may be suffering from environmental illnesses. People who encounter contemporary diseases which consist of headaches, nausea, asthma, eczema are often misdiagnosed or diagnosed as paranoid or stressed. The lack of research into the negative effects of electromagnetic fields and radio waves, have left a void in the consequences of certain illness. Due to the outbreak of so many illnesses the Breakspear Medical group (a clinic that specializes in allergies and enviromental illness) have decided to invest in the project to assess the benefits and outcomes of this environmental test centre.

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Mapping of Phone mast, Electricity lines, and Sound waves Sound Waves

By analysing the area for high levels of sound and electromagnetic fields it became clear where to situate the site. I wanted to place the site along the river similarly to the floating smallpox hospitals, also the occupants will be able to enjoy views of the river.

Source of Sound

120-100 dB

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Radio Waves

T-mobile - Operating System 1200 MHz - Frequency Range 32 dBW - Transmitter Power

Electromagnetic Field Range and Power Serge - Car Journey - Journey on Foot - Journey Wells Factory.

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Site Plan - 1:10000 Mapping : Moblie Phone Masts, Electromagnetic Fields (Electricity Pylons) Sound Waves

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Selected Site and Local Industries

- Queen Elizabeth Bridge

- Little Brook Power Station - Buildings

- Dartford Tunnel

- Little Brook Power Station - Oil Tanks

- Warehouses

- Little Brook Power Station - Chimneys

- Office Spaces

- Dartford Tunnel Ventilation Systems

- Mobile Phone Mast

- Drainage Pools

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- Selected Site


Geological Survey Scale 1:2000 This survey uncovers the geology ajacent to the site. The ventilation of the Dartford tunnel can be seen and the wind direction is West. This survey also shows the a phone mast that is close to the site.

Alluvium London Clay Silt and Sand Chalk Debris Chalk

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Sunlight Conditions Scale 1:1000

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Environmental Illnesses - Electro-Hypersensitivity (EHS)

I propose to design an experimental testing ground for those suffering from ES. They will be able to reside in the building for a month to six weeks, To enable them more understanding of whether or not the removal of electromagnetic radiation effects relives there symptoms.

http://www.breakspearmedical.com/ http://www.breakspearmedical.com/files/news.html

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Little Brook Power Station

Breakspear medical group are a privet clinic that treat people and conduct research in the field of IEI they are based in Hertfordshire, England. This group assimilated there efforts with European parliament to have the World Health Organisation (WHO) classify EHS's as a disease in international medical professions. The WHO conducted experiments in 2004 with scientists in the field to gain further understanding of how non-ionising radiation effected those suffering with EHS. As suffers of EHS usually have varying symptoms and find it difficult to pin point various waves, due to this it extremely difficult for the WHO to classify it as disease. Treatment for EHS in the UK consists of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) offered on the NHS to aid those suffering with metal problems. Allowing the patient to correct there behaviour and understand that the thoughts they are having are irrational. Although this treatment is seen as effective it essentially sweeps the issue under the carpet. With increasing dependence on electrical appliances it seems unlikely the WHO will enable EHS the right of being a scientifically approved disease, as it would mean a shift in infrastructure or a outcasting those with the deisese.

Fig 7 - Skin Cancer from Xray Exposeure

Environmental Illnesses (EI) is something millions of people suffer from, aliment such as asthma, eczema and allergies. The increase in harmful gasses, pollutants and overcrowding is begin to deteriorate peoples health. Many IEI's are treatable and scientifically accepted as illnesses, electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) however is not seen as an EI.


Hospitals in surrounding area

As my building will be a short term home to those suffering with ES and as the architecture is only an experimental environment, I am to ensure the location of local hospitals. The current verdict on ES is that it’s a mental state of mind rather than a real illness. Although there will be doctors on site day and night to help treat patients, precautions must be taken to ensure their safety. In addition to the occupants, visitors to the building may have an injury that may need medical attention and it is good to have an idea of local hospitals

Not to scale

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Schools in surrounding area

Technical Report

By To generate insight into ES it is important to try and get local Hannah Theodorou schools and colleges Greenwich University involved in the project. Schools in the local area will have ID access to the building by land making the journey to the site Student - 000609208 easy and cheep. Group visits will also be a good way to generate revenue for the project. There are many schools in Dartford and the surrounding areas primary school have approximately 300 students, whereas secondary schools have approximately 1000 students. Dartford Technology college will also be key visitor.

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Intergrated Technology

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Electromagnetic Spectrum 1019

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Electromagnetic radiation resides in all objects, the human body and even the earth has its own lectromagnetic field. Some man made field are considered to be harmful to the human body (ionizing) whereas others are seen as less harmful (non-ionising). There are many research papers showing effects of thermal energy on the human body, there is no conclusive evidence that these fields are harmful.

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Ultra - Violet Rays 100nm

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Radio Waves Television

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"Thermographic Image of the head with no exposure to harm cell phone radiation"

Long Waves AM Radio

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WAVELENGTH Traveling in cycles per second

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"Themographic Image of the head after a 15-minute phone call. Yellow and red areas indicate thermal (heating) effects that can cause negative health effects."

However people suffering with environmental illnesses such as electro-hypersensitivity (EHS or ES) are affected by these frequencies the symptoms are headaches, nausea and drowsiness. These people are hypersensitive, however that does not mean that electromagnetic fields do not effect people not suffering with the illness. The rays most common in the everyday interaction with the world are ultra violet, visible light, inferred, microwaves, radio waves, long waves. It is well known that long and extensive exposure to these waves can cause serious health problems. There are certain types of materials that prevent waves from traveling for example iron prevents gamma rays from traveling however, it holds radiation, thin sheet metals like aluminium in large quantities disables everyday frequencies.


Conductivity of Metals

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Design Design Design

Personal site readings taken from electromagnetic radiation reader, mesured in MZh. b


Grids and Nodes

After taking reading from the site and mapping with lines what types of waves move across the site. At the intersection of 3 or more waves I added a node. These nodes advised me on where the site would need the most protection. The waves change across different levels with buildings obstructing waves and certain fields are admitted at different levels.

-Sound waves -Radiowaves -Electrnonic Fields

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Consept Design one

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Models of Forms

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Conceptual Skin Construction Scale 1.200

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Skin Concept Scale 1.200

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Waste water design

CIWEM (Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management) are pioneers of installing Reed Bed wastewater treatments. They advise these key points in creating your own wastewater bed. • Excavate and line the void to prevent seepage. • Most UK systems flow below the beds surface, • The natural micro-organisms metabolise the pollutants the in water. • A choice must be made between gravel or soil. Gravel enables the waste to be digested quicker however soil can deal with larger and more polluted amounts of waste. • Phragmites australis is the plant name of the commonly used type of plant in the UK and has an extensive root system good for oxidisings the water.

Waste water plan for the building. Phragmites australis Blackwater

Compost Tank

Grey water

Reed Bed

Clean water enters the Thames http://www.ciwem.org/about.aspx http://www.ciwem.org/policy-and-international/current-topics/ water-management/reed-bed-wastewater-treatment.aspx

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Rain water collection

Feeds Plants

Toilet/Non-drinking taps water


Reef Bed Waste Disposal Design 1 Scale 1:100

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Reefs planted in soil and gravel.

Micro-organisms attach themselves to the gravel and the soil and digest pollutants and waste.

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Artiler Non - Electric A design group who create household products such as refrigerators, vacuum cleaners and dehumidifiers that don’t need electricity. The technology uses natural processes or heating and cooling (for fridges) and pushing and pulling power for vacuums. I plan to encoperate there designs of these objects into my acrchitecture to prevent the use of electricity.

Non - Electric refidgerator that water and metals of high thermal conductivity to cool the intior of the fridge.

http://slowjapan.wordpress.com/2009/08/04/non-electric-appliances/ http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&u=http://www.hidenka.net/&prev=/search%3Fq%-

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Steel Skin Precedents

Project - Stonehouse Location - Carinthia, Austria Architect - G端nther Domenig An example of various use of metal as a skin.

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lvi9x4HT4r1r3olv9o1_500.jpg http://lebbeuswoods.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/steinhaus2.jpg

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Project - Chongqing Mountain & City Sales Office Location - Chongqing Nanshan District, China Architect - One Plus Partnership An example of geometric skin.

http://www.evolo.us/architecture/chongqing-mountain-and-city-sales-officeone-plus-partnership/


GKD Metal Fabrics

Projects

Location : Lille, France Architect : Nox Architects

Location : Utrecht, Netherlands Architect : Ellen Sander

Location : Madrid Spain Architect : Dominique Perrault

Material Examples

Product name - Lago PC Material : AISI Type 316 Stainless Steel Type: Rigid Open Area: 44%

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Product name - Helix 24 Material : AISI Type 316 Stainless Steel Type: Flexible, one direction Open Area: 61%

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Product name - Mandarin Material : Bronze Type: Flexible, two directions Open Area: 37%


Precedents for Limecreate Waffle slab

Kalzip Roof Curve Precidents

Project - Art Galery Location - Yale University, USA Architect - Louis Kahn

Project - Cold War Museum Building Location - Shropshire, UK Architect - Feilden Clegg Bradley

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-L9BiSiNNp9U/Tfz1s55kOvI/AAAAAAAAA5c/HaGC6Xx6bHY/s1600/ Yale+University+Art+Gallery+10.jpg http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-KzCL1SVc-ao/T6QcbNboPzI/AAAAAAAAGe4/6SbRtVFpk50/s1600/ Yale+4+-+Elizabeth+Felicella.jpg

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http://www.google.com/imgres?q=RAF+Museum+Cosford,+Shropshire,+UK+building&um=1&hl=en&biw=1680&bih=869&tbm=isch&tbnid=KV5xG_Cc65JCSM:&imgrefurl=http://www.panoramio.com/photo/23914480&docid=ZPspnzG2PrZDZM&imgurl=http://mw2. google.com/mw-panoramio/photos/medium/23914480.jpg&w=500&h=350&ei=rFRHUdSZBoqr0AWL_oHQDg&zoom=1&sa=X&ved=0CFgQrQMwAw&iact=rc&dur=210&page=1&tbnh=146&tbnw=223&start=0&ndsp=40&tx=117&ty=99 http://www.flickriver.com/photos/jamesbakerpics/sets/72157621934706428/ http://www.kalzip.com/kalzip/uk/projects/international_projects.html


Design Proposal

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Public Walkway Vegetable Garden Public Entrance Enrolment Table Information Desk Ramp to Upper Floors Public Utilities Cafe Seating Area Children Play Area Perforated Deck Area Draw Bridge to Private Jetty Accommodation Perforated Sound Barrier 3 Bedroom Apartment Shared Decking Area 4 Bedroom Apartment Shared Decking Area 6 Bedroom Apartment Shared Decking Area

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Second Floor Building Plan Scale 1:200

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Kalzip Roof Detail Scale 1:5

Foam Insulation

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Limecreate Wall

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Wall and Floor Detail, with Exterior Aluminium Cladding Scale 1:5 Rubber Coating Spray

Stone Floor Tiles

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I-Beam Floor Support

Limecreate Waffle Slab

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Nut and Bolt Fixture Curved Aluminium Cladding


Ramp Structual Detail Scale 1:5

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Limecrete Waffle Slab Aluminium Sheet Sheer Concrete Finish

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Engineering an Environment

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Rain water collection and Vegetable patch Scale 1:50 Perforated Steel Roof

Section through steel water tanks that are suspeneded over public walk way

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GKD Metal Fabric

Side view of water collection tanks


LED Fire Saftey Lighting Scale 1:50

Hightlighting Exits

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Consultancy cost - £200 Estimate Consultancy Time - 1 Hour Estimate Time for Tests - 30 Mins Overnight Stay - £1200 Weekend Stay - £2400 One Week Stay - £3000 Two Week Stay - £5500 Three Week Stay - £7400

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The public not only from around Dartford but from around England especially school children will invited to learn about ES and electromagnetic spectrums at the safe house. It is paramount there is a clear dived between space that is public and space being used by the occupants. There should be rooms to give lectures in and an example of Ferro fluidics to help children understand the power of invisible fields. Clients can also be directed here for consultancy which are usually an hour long so a cafe to eat and drink would kill time while they waited for results.

Public

After a conversation with the head doctor of ES treatment and diagnosis. He advised that clients would like to feel relaxed and would need plenty of personal space to rest. As the location of the site overlooks the river Thames, views across the river are a must have. Along with personal space it is key for spaces where patients can interact with one another to maybe exchange there personal experience of suffering with ES. The apartments must have rooms that will allow for disabled accesses and enough room for young families. Doctors will stay on site overnight incase of any urgent requirements so a place for a doctor to stay on there shift will be needed.

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Building Maintenance Schedule

Rainwater filter checks Fire alarm battery check

Weekly Daily Regular cleaning and upkeep Sanitisation of doctors surgery, utilities and kitchen spaces.

Waste water treatment sample evaluations

Risk assesments Structual assesments,

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Yearly Quality and enviromental managment meetings,

Performance evaluation possible improvements

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Procurement This is a tradtional procreument contract. The key features of the contract are:

Contrcted

The specailist contactor is contacted due to the use of specific material e.g copper, steel, iorn, zinc. It is there job to work with the main contractors aswell as the architect to make sure there is an undertansding of how these material will intergarte with the rest of the building. The tender package (a compleate set of all drawings from each member of the deisgn team) is then sent for pricing enabling the build to be costed before its constructed.

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Main Contractor Due to the complex nature of the build the client has contracted spealist reasearch and the achitect is informed on the researchers finding on how the architecture may defend against electromagnetic field. The researcher becomes part of the deign team.

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Specailist Contractor

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• The design is compleated prior to tender. • The client has an active role. • The costing is outlined at the begining of the contract.

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Enviromental Engineer Fire Specialist Landscape Architect

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http://www.architecture.com/Files/RIBAProfessionalSe etters/RIBAPlanofWork2013ConsultationDocument.pdf

Brief

Under a traditional contract the architect produces a compleate set of drawings up to RIBA stage F.

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Preparation Concept Design Developed Design Specialist Technical Design Design Construction Use and Aftercare

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- Identify project objectives and clients needs. - Work in conjunction with clients specific researcher in electromagnetism and ES illness to fully understand the limitations of the project. - Site analysis and any relevant surveys - Feasibility of studies assessed and discuses with client and the specialist. - Identify the type of procurement contract, open lines of communication with specialist contractors and the range of consultants.

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- Concept implementation, outline of structural design, service systems, site landscape, environmental, ecological and access plans. - Consult about development from initial brief, create final brief. - Finalize procurement strategy. - Design responsibility (choice of material, transit of materials etc.) - Prepare Construction Strategy including review of off-site and on site fabrication and Health and Safety aspects. - An argreement of software organisation between design team.

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-Updated and coordinated design of building, including structural design, service systems, site landscape, along with an outline of specification. - Submission of planning application - Outline cost plan - Sustainability assessment and implement change control procedures. - Review the construction strategy along with health and safety strategies.

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- Technical design information to include all of the structural and mechanical workings in detail, which should be signed of by the head designer and client researchers. - Performance of specified works to enable the specialist sub contractors to develop and interrogate there personal designs. - Issue drawing packages to those inside the procurement strategy. - Submit Building Regulations Submission. - Review the construction strategy along with health and safety strategies.

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- Consult with specialist contractors undertaking tests to see if building is field free. - Prototypes of material layers and skins to understand how they will work. - Review construction strategy.

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- In accordance with the construction programe offsite pre-fabrication and on site manufacturing will begin. - Regualar site visits to attain Quality Objectives. - Administration of Builidng Contracts - Soft Landing Strategy - ‘As constructed information’ building maintainceand ocupant stratergy,

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The Role of the Architect

Realateing to building plan of schedual of works


Curriculum Vitae (CV) Name: Hannah Theodorou D.O.B: 17th July 1992 Address: 5 Cotswold Way, Enfield, Middlesex, EN2 7HD Contact numbers: 020 8372 7679 (home) 07506802281 (mobile) Email: hannahtheodorou@msn.com Dear Prospective employer, Qualifications2003 – 2008 - 8 GCSE’’s A* to C 2008-2010 - BTECT National Diploma – 3D Design – Merit, Merit, Distinction I am writing in regards to the junior architect position.

2010 - Currently attending Greenwich University – Architecture (BaHons)

Please find attached my CV for your viewing. I hope here form you soon.

Work Experience – 2007 Davy Smith Architects For my work experience during school I worked in an Architects office I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. I learnt design packages on the computer within the two weeks I had designed a building and its interior on the computer and I also made a model of an existing building.

Yours Sincerely

2008 Urban Land (Property Developers) Role - answering phones and helping people with enquires for a temporary amount of time.

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2008 Home Solutions (Retail) Role – Sales assistant 2009 – Harrods (Christmas temp) Role – sales assistant selling hampers also placing orders for customers for food and hampers. There I learnt a lot about customer service and how to place orders. 2010 - Ferny Hill Tea rooms Role – Waitress Refrances George Wade Mr Kevin Carr ALL DESIGN Urban House 43 Chase Side Southgate N14 5BP b


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