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School of architectural technology and construction manageemt

COVERINGS ANALYSIS 29.10.2013.

Case

Date

Uttrup Gaard Plejehjem 5 Semester (English)

Building component

Sketch of the building component

Ieva

Initial

37

Description Skandek prefabricated steel roof Thickness: 650 mm U-value: 0.08 W/m2K

Functionality (in which degree)

Yilding capacituy(the product forces?)

Best qualities

5

Best qualities

4

Good qualities

4

Good qualities

3

Standard qualities

3

Standard qualities

2

Meet interior demands

2

Meet interior demands

1

No special demands

1

No special demands

0

Functional demands (Regulations, utilization / subjectiv demands)

Water safe

Looks

Execution

Fire resistance

Sustainability

3

4

3

3

4

2

Proposed material

Operation & maintenance (30 years) Real i. Rate Brutto

Yearly

Replacement

Total

installation

O&M

per unit

Costs

per unit (m2)

with yilding capacity

Tiles Steel sheets Roofing felt

%

1 1 1

4 5 3

5 5 5

3 4 2

Reason for choise I choose steel sheets because of: a. the long life span b. accepatble replacement cost c. appearance (due to the primar design of the building) d. Unit price e. Functionality

3

2 4 3

5 4 3

3 78 4 88 3 67

500 400 200

9 8 8

per unit

every

Kr.

year

Kr.

Kr.

45 32 16

50 50 20

690 570 340

1,382 1,027 702

Kr / weight point

Cleaning

5

Func x Point

Law demands Functionality

Whole life economy calculation

18 12 10


School of architectural technology and construction manageemt

COVERINGS ANALYSES Case

Date Building component

28.10.2013 UP Initial Story partition in extension - flooring type

5 Semester (English) Sketch of the building component

Description

Functionality (in which degree)

Yilding capacituy(the product forces?)

Best qualities

5

Best qualities

4

Good qualities

4

Good qualities

3

Standard qualities

3

Standard qualities

2

Meet interior demands

2

Meet interior demands

1

No special demands

1

No special demands

0

Easy cleaning

Water safe

Non-skid material

Appearance/color variety

Anti-allergic

Fire resistance

Non-toxik

Sustainable

5

3

3

2

3

4

3

4

4

Whole life economy calculation Func x Point

Operation & maintenance (30 years)

Proposed material

Real i. Rate Brutto

Yearly

Replacement

Total

installation

O&M

per unit

Costs

per unit

with yilding capacity

Carpet tiles Natural linoleum Ceramic tile flooring Wooden flooring

Reason for choise

3

%

1 1 1 1

2 4 3 3

3 4 4 3

4 3 2 2

4 4 3 3

4 3 3 3

3 4 4 3

4 4 4 4

4 4 3 4

97 103 91 89 0 0 0 0 0

150 120 180 150

9 8 8 8

per unit

every

Kr.

year

Kr.

Kr.

14 10 14 12 0 0 0 0 0

35 25 50 50

250 200 160 450

424 412 454 385 0 0 0 0 0

Kr / weight point

Functionality

Law demands

Functional demands (Regulations, utilization / subjectiv demands)

4 4 5 4


School of architectural technology and construction manageemt

COVERINGS ANALYSES Case

Date

Concept phase 5 Semester (English)

Building component

Sketch of the building component

10/28/2013 Initial Helina Taimre Storey partition in extension-wall type

Description The covering for external steel frame extension walls

Functionality (in which degree)

Yilding capacituy(the product forces?)

Best qualities

5

Best qualities

4

Good qualities

4

Good qualities

3

Standard qualities

3

Standard qualities

2

Meet interior demands

2

Meet interior demands

1

No special demands

1

No special demands

0

Accoustic

Water proof

Thermal efficiency

Sustainability

cost

5

3

4

2

3

4

Func x Point

Whole life economy calculation

Proposed material

Operation & maintenance (30 years) Real i. Rate Brutto

Yearly

Replacement

Total

installation

O&M

per unit

Costs

per unit

with yilding capacity

Wood Steel Concrete/stone Brick Vinyl

3

%

1 1 1 1 1

4 2 3 2 2

3 4 4 3 4

4 2 3 4 1

5 2 2 1 1

3 4 2 4 4

64 53 50 50 48 0 0 0 0 0

150 130 150 250 110

8 8 8 8 8

per unit

every

Kr.

year

Kr.

Kr.

12 10 12 20 9 0 0 0 0 0

40 75 80 100 55

560 400 600 720 450

385 326 385 642 286 0 0 0 0 0

Kr / weight point

Functionality

Law demands

Functional demands (Regulations, utilization / subjectiv demands)

6 6 8 13 6

Reason for choise

Use of wood wall panelling in interiors and exteriors are associated with a rich elegance. Wood wall panelling provides a smooth clean surface, pleasant to view and touch. Unlike tile cladding, there are no grouting lines which discolour or collect dirt. Wood is a natural insulator and wood wall panels offer good thermal and acoustic insulation. Wood wall cladding combined with upholstery can make for a soft and warm ambience. The wooden panel can be sanded down and resealed to regain its appearance if its surface is damaged. For extensive damage, the panel can be replaced without much disturbance to the remaining wall. Wood loses natural moisture in dry internal conditions. Hence, regular maintenance by application of special products to ensure that the moisture is resupplied and sealed is necessary. Products like beeswax help to preserve natural oils.USE The improved duration and greatly increased stability make Celloc ® heat-treated wood suitable use in exposed locations. can be facade cladding, flashings of different, decking, playground equipment, etc. Celloc ® heat-treated hardwood is still more ap in very different areas. From the terraces for doors and window production. Use in direct contact with the ground is not advisable.Celloc ® heat-treated wood is more dimensionally stable than untreated / impregnated wood species. translates into far fewer problems with unwanted reflections; fewer problems with tongue and groove are disassembled, fewer problems with subsequent cracking and fewer problems with extension of the attachment. You say that Celloc ® heat treatment makes the wood to "work ready". Untreated or treated wood mounted on a facade is usually 2-3 years to find its "final" form. This phenomenon is not seen Celloc ® heat-treated wood - it changes in practice not significantly shape or size after installation.


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