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Table Of Contents Educational work YMCA Camp Combe Master Plan ...... 4 Albany Natatorium .....10 Solar building.....14 Delhi Community center.....20 Bridge model.....24 Subtracted Space.....25 CADD DETAILING.....26 Professional Work 30..... Main office 34..... Changing room 36......Maintenance building 38......Tree house 40.....2012 Haunted House 44.....CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Documentation 46......Cover Letter 47......Resume 3


YMCA Camp Combe Master Plan SUNY Delhi Spring 2012

Existing Site Conditions

YMCA Camp Combe is a summer day camp in Putnam NY. They are currently looking at a new property located right next to them to help expand the camp. I decided for my senior thesis to make a master plan for the new property and with that new plan design some facades of the some of the buildings to give a general feel for what the camp would look like. Working closely with the executive director and director of the camp I created a master plan that would fit the camp in the best way I thought possible. Camp Combe and Living Springs

Existing Site Plan For Camp Combe

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Camp Combe “Hilltop Camp” (Proposed)

Existing Camp Combe “Valley Camp” • Current Property is at 79 Acres.


Camp Combe Master Plan 3-D Rendering

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Camp Combe Master Plan Main Lodge

The Main Lodge at a camp is on of the most important buildings. Its the place where you eat, have activities, hide from rain, and just sit around and talk. So the main challenge in designing the Lodge was adaptability. By creating a partly open floor plan, the building is able to change and adapt to any use it is needed for. For the style of the Main Lodge, I went with a modern adirondack style. Trying to keep the feeling of being in the woods but having modern amenities, like large window sets, helps tie the building into the surroundings nearby

INTERIOR RENDERING

Front ELEVATION 6


BACK ELEVATION

LEFT ELEVATION

RIGHT ELEVATION

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KITCHEN STORAGE

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KITCHEN 949 SF

BATHROOM FIRST AID 386 SF

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STO. 52 SF

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2ND floor plan

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Horizontal section

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Camp Combe Master Plan

Specialties Cabins

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Open Space 1403 SF

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The 5 Specialty Cabins are to provide indoor, covered space for the different areas of camp. These cabins will be a basic design, to accommodate the building for whatever the use might be. An open floor plan will also help the building adapt and change into whatever it might need to be. A double deck design, and large windows will allow the people inside to feel apart of the camp by not limiting their views and interaction with the other camp programs.

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Camp Combe Master Plan

Entry Pavilion

The first thing any parent is going to see when entering the camp is the rides in/ rides out space. This is one of the most complicated procedures for the camp. Moving kids from huddles to their car or bus. With this layout of pavilions and walkways kids should always be able to see their car. Do to the sheer size of the camp the loading and unloading zone is elongated to about 200+ feet. Also being only 4 car widths wide, provides easier loading and reduces the pedestrian, vehicle crossing zones.

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Albany Natatorium SUNY Delhi Fall 2011

Front Exterior Perspective

The Main goal in this project was to design a community building near the Washington Avenue Armory in Albany, NY. Located near the armory is two parking lots. So for my project I decided to look at what Albany doesn’t have. After looking all around I come to the conclusion that Albany has everything Except a Natatorium. So when I designed this project, it was all about involving the community. By having a Natatorium I could involve the local community with some retail space, a lecture hall, and concession stands.

Rear Exterior Perspective

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Rear Exterior Perspective


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Floor Plan Level 1

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Section Model

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Solar Building

SUNY Delhi Spring 11 The design of this office building was to completely use the sun in the most effective way possible. The shape of the building is directly connected to the different angles of the sun. For winter the building allows more light to enter into the building. The low angle of the sun helps sunlight get into the building. For summer the high angle of the sun reflects off the upper portions of the building helping to keep it cooler.

First Floor rendering

Mechanical 232 SF

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Open Office Space

Open Office Space 3246 SF

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First Floor plan

Level 1 3/32" = 1'-0"

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Roof plan

Third Floor plan

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Reflected Ceiling plans

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Longitudinal Section

Horizontal Section


L5 PA 39' - 0" Level Roof 36' - 0"

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3d section summer

Summer light section

L5 PA 39' - 0" Level Roof 36' - 0"

Level 3 24' - 0"

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3d section winter

Winter light section 17


Summer light section and thermal heat diagram analysis

Winter light section and thermal heat diagram analysis

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3d section floor renderings

Second floor night rendering

Third floor winter day rendering

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Delhi Community Center SUNY Delhi Spring 11 The Delhi Community Center was a group project in which the group had to design a space for the Delhi Community. The main focus I had in the community center was the Bowling Ally and Bar building. Designed to resemble a rehabbed factory building, and blend into the semi french look of the town.

Front perspective

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North Elevation


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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN 21


Level 4 27' - 0" Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 2 12' - 6"

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CROSS SECTION

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SITE PLAN


DAYTIME PERSPECTIVE RENDERING

NIGHT RENDERING

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

Level 4 27' - 0" Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 2 12' - 6"

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Bridge Model SUNY Delhi Fall 10 For a structural theory class, we had to design a replacement bridge for the SUNY Delhi golf course. The new bridge had to accommodate a golf cart and people walking across it to get over the stream. Also the bridge had to be made so it can withstand floods that occasionally happen to the golf course. Since I decided to make a wood bridge, it would be possible for the construction management kids at Delhi to make the bridge for the school. The Bridge is a simple arched design with tension rods connected to the deck to support the deck.

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Subtracted Space SUNY Delhi Spring 09 In Architectural fundamentals we had to create space by staring with a cube and just subtracting space. For my model I decided to have 3 levels of spaces. The bottom space was more of a individual space. The middle was suppose to be a gathering/community space. And finally the top was suppose to be more of a private public space. By creating a model of the project it really helped show how all the spaces worked.

SOUTH-WEST SECTION FLOOR 1

SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION

NORTH-EAST ELEVATION SOUTH-WEST SECTION FLOOR 2

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CADD Detailing SUNY Delhi 09-12 Examples of Detail CAD Drawings done while at SUNY Delhi

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Professional Work


Main Office Conceptual Design

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Second Floor Plan

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Changing room

Office

Waiting Room Office

Office

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Exctive office

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Conf Room

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-Layout 8.. Location flat. First Floor office, Nurse, Inclusion, Bathrooms. Upstairs has file storage. Basement is Mechanical space

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Changing room

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-Layout 3.. Location going into hillside. Bottom floor multi purpose and nurse office. Top floor Office

First Floor Plan

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-Layout 1.. Location going off hillside. Office top floor and changing rooms with exercise room bottom floor

Layout 1

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YMCA Camp Combe, Facility Development Intern The YMCA Camp Combeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Main Office is in desperate need of a new office building. As part of the Master Plan work on the current property, A new office building is a key part of the Camp. With that in mind, I camp up with a set design and location, and kept developing it through meetings with the Facility Comity and the directors. As it stands the building is still going through phases.


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First Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

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Nurse

Bathroom

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147 SF

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Office

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OFFICE SPACE

Bathroom

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WAITING 636 SF

140 SF

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477 SF UP

MARY 162 SF

BATH

BATH

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BATHROOM 140 SF

CONFERENCE 307 SF

Multi-Pur.

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BATH. 56 SF

BATHROOM 140 SF

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Second Floor Plan

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Inclusion

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INCLUSION

INC. OFF.

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DIRECTOR 258 SF

MULTI-PURPOSE

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759 SF

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MULTI-PURPOSE Conference Office

Office

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STO. 53 SF BATHROOM 139 SF

BATHROOM 140 SF

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Layout 8

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

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Inclusion Office

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362 SF

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Main Office

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Bath & Shower

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172 SF

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Office Waiting

611 SF

Storage 862 SF

85 SF

1014 SF

Nurse

File Storage

Level 3 23' - 3 3/4"

Level 3 23' - 3 3/4

Level 2 12' - 0"

Level 2 12' - 0

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0

Level 0 -10' - 0"

Level 0 -10' - 0

HORIZONTAL SECTION


Layout 8 EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 33


Changing Room Conceptual Design

40' - 0"

YMCA Camp Combe, Facility Development Intern One of the main parts of the YMCA Camp Combe is the Main Pool which services about 500 kids per day. The key to having every kid swim is fast changing times. The current changing rooms are not meeting the needs of the pool. A new changing room building will provide about double the change space as the current changing rooms. The new building will also have room for Aquatics office, First Aid, and Pool Storage. The unique design of having a part open roof helps the changing rooms stay dry, but the surround roofs have to help hid the kids changing, since the building is lower then the main parking lot.

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Mech 38 SF

Storage 140 SF

First Aid Girls 723 SF

Boys

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714 SF

Auq. Office 112 SF

FLOOR PLAN 34


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

YMCA CAMP COMBE BATH HOUSE Drawn By: Daniel Dahlstrom

Scale

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For the design I attempted to try and keep and older look. The Barn look is a great way to get a lot of room in 2 floors and keep a building looking older. With a simple 2 car garage space with work area downstairs. I was able to place upstairs and office and a lot of storage space.

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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YMCA Camp Combe, Facility Development Intern A key part to any facility to run functionally is a Maintenance building. Currently the Camp does not have a maintenance building.

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Maintenance Building Conceptual Design

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HORIZONTAL SECTION

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE YMCA CAMP COMBE

MAINTENANCE BUILDING

Drawn By: Daniel Dahlstrom

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Scale 12" = 1'-0"

8/22/2011 11:09:03 AM

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE


Tree House Conceptual Design YMCA Camp Combe, Facility Development Intern In Honer of a staff member who tragically lost her life during a summer, Camp Combe raised money and built a tree house in memory of her. The plans of the Tree House was drawn by and architect that happily volunteered her time to the design of it. My part was to take the 2D CAD plans and make 3D renderings of it to help raise money for the construction of the tree house. I also worked with the architect to redesign the stairs to the current design. During the construction I was one of four people to build the structure.

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PROPOSED RENDERINGS WITH STAIRCASE


CURRENT RENDERINGS WITH NEW STAIRCASE AND DIFFERENT ROOF DESIGNS

CURRENT CONSTRUCTION PHOTO 39


2012 Haunted House â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fright-Villeâ&#x20AC;? YMCA Camp Combe, Facility Development Intern The YMCA Camp Combe Fall Festival is an event that is run during the Fall for two weekends. The main event is the Haunted House. There was two people who built the haunted house for 2012. The Head of Maintenance and I were the ones who designed and built the entire thing. Taking an open air pavilion and closing it in to make a haunted town was the theme for the haunted house. This is the progression of construction photos

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Construction Photos YMCA Camp Combe, Facility Development Intern, Maintenance A small sample of photos from different construction projects I have worked on around camp.

Instillation of a new door where existing window use to be.

Assisted in placing a new floor down in one of the buildings Small pool side deck. I designed and lead a group of volunteers to build this deck

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Re-Shingle Roof and Porch roof on many cabins on the camp property. This roof I was in charge of doing it with one other helper

Assisted in constructing a new Boccie Ball court next to the pool


Assisted in constructing of a triple set of tree houses at the camp

Assisted in constructing of a Haunted Mine for the camps Fall Festival 2011

Assisted in constructing of 6 decks that were additions to cabins

New Haunted House for the camps 2012 Fall Festival. Was one of two people in the design and construction of the Haunted House

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Daniel Dahlstrom 214 North Rd Mahopac, NY 10541 (845) 803-2157 Cell Dan.Dahlstrom@live.com October 24, 2012

To Whom It May Concern: I am submitting my resume in consideration for the position of Intern Architect. As a recent graduate from SUNY Delhi, with a Bachelors Degree in Technology (concentration in Architecture), I am experienced in all phases of both design and construction, including project development and management. In addition to my academic qualifications, I am also experienced in practical, real-world skill applications. This includes responsibilities involving AutoCAD and Revit, as well as hands-on involvement in project preparation and actual construction. My educational background, along with my current internship as a Facility Development Intern, has given me a quality start in the architectural field. My skills with computers and familiarity with the many applications related to architecture, 3D computer modeling, and postâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;rendering (SketchUp and Photoshop) have kept my abilities relevant in the ever changing field of Architecture.. Along with this letter, please find my portfolio, which will provide you with my resumĂŠ, including information about my background, as well as examples of my design work. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have regarding my resume, and/or qualifications for this position, at the numbers and email address noted above. I believe I would make a strong and valuable asset to your company. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Daniel Dahlstrom

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Daniel Dahlstrom

214 North Rd Mahopac, NY 10541 (C) 845-803-2157 (E) Dan.Dahlstrom@live.com Objective:

To join a design firm as an Intern Architect where I can use my knowledge and experience in the field of Architecture and Design to assist the company in achieving its goals.

Experience:

YMCA Camp Combe, Putnam Valley, NY -Facility Development Intern May 2011-Present - Produced initial designs for several buildings included in the Master Plan. - Responsible for all Design and Architectural drawings and modifications to same. - Worked with Architects, Engineers and Town Committee on Master Plan for planning and development -Maintenance -Responsible for numerous maintenance and construction projects throughout the facility -Participated in all phases of design and construction projects. SUNY Delhi – Delhi, NY

May 2005 – May 2011

November 2010 – February 2011

-Snow removal team -Responsible for snow removal from all walking paths throughout campus. Education: SUNY Delhi – Bachelor of Technology

2012

Concentration in Architectural Design and Building Construction SUNY Delhi – Associate in Applied Science

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Concentrate in Architectural Technology Mahopac High School Skills:

2008

Autodesk Products (AutoCAD, Revit, Sketchbook), Google Sketch-Up, Adobe Products (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator), Graphicsoft Archicad, Extremely Hands-on, Small Machine operator, Computer Savvy

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