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Jevin Yoder

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“To achieve great things, two things are needed; a plan, and not quite enough time." -Leonard Bernstein


Jevin Yoder Summary:

I am entering my last year of Graduate school at Kansas State University and studying Interior Architecture and Product Design. Since starting school here I have acquired great time management skills, enhanced my knowledge of computers, and learned the importance of hard work. I’m always ready to experience something new and do the best I can. In terms of technical skills, I have gained knowledge of Revit, AutoCad, and the Adobe Suites. Finally I have taken structures and shop classes to fine tune my skills on the building aspect of design.

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J.C. Harmon Renovation

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aTa Bus Shelter Thesis Project (Ongoing)

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Wesley Woodlawn Hospital

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Wesley Hospital MRI Remodel

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Projects:


Project 1: Next Competition

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Purpose:

To create a office space that pushes the boundaries of what the workplace is like right now. The design of the Next office emerges from the fabric of Los Angeles like how the city once arose from the unique regional topography. The surrounding mountains inspire the design of enclosed vertical shapes. Along with the lure of the workcafe as a third place is sparked by the draw of the ocean. The gridded roadways and cityscape form the major circulation as well as the studio spaces. Finally, the space is unified with the use of ceiling planes that act as floating clouds.

Payoff:

The end result was a Revit model of the office space that was envisioned. Presentation documents were made and lots of images rendered. It was then presented to the professors, along with other critics. From the studio I was in, the top 2 projects would then be sent to the Steelcase’s Next competition. I was chosen as one of the top 2 and got my project submitted. Sadly I was not chosen as a finalist, but it was still a wonderful learning opportunity.

Process:

The project was 7 weeks long. A location and site were given and parameters for how many people the office holds were also detailed out. Starting out with concept development all the way up to the final presentation, a member from Perkins and Will would Zoom-in and give feedback on the project at hand. Having this opportunity was very beneficial and I received so much information from it. By starting off the project by sketching and eventually ending up in Revit, everything came together smoothly. Programs used included: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Rhino, and Revit

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Existing Floor Plan: This was the existing floorplan for the project. This footprint was final, nothing could be added onto it. Having a mezzanine was an option if you wanted to do that however.

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Axonometric drawing: Shows the building evolving from the ground to the ceiling. It shows how the concept is taken from the bottom all the way up to the top.

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Final Rendering:

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Project 2:

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J.C. Harmon

Purpose:

To renovate an existing high school and introduce a new pedagogy into it. This was an actual school located in Kansas City, Kansas. The whole studio got to visit the school a few times and see the condition it was in. Built in 1973 and originally designed as a school with open classrooms, this never came to fruition. Instead partition walls were put in place and from then to the present that is how it has been. This project was considered the capstone studio project and lasted the whole semester. I worked with a partner on it.

Payoff:

The finished product was a redesigned administration wing and classroom node. A virtual model was created in Revit. During the final presentation when students and teachers of J.C. Harmon came to watch us, they got to see the model in Virtual Reality as well. Working with students and teachers during this project was a first and very beneficial for us. We had 2 charettes with them and it helped guide us into the direction we went with. Programs used included: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Rhino, and Revit

Process:

Since this project was done with a partner, a little different approach was taken to working on it. Each studio class we would make a game plan on what we would do and divide up the work. Both of us did a lot of research together. Eventually we split off and I worked more on the Revit model. My partner did all of the diagrams shown. We both gave input for both but ultimately that’s what we ended up doing. I ended up making all of the renderings and she created the layout for when we presented. Usually most group projects go poorly, but my partner and I worked together really well and I learned how much fun it can be.

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Pedagogy-Kolb’s Theory: Concrete Experience

Reflective Observation

Kolb’s Theory Abstract Conceptualization

Active Experimentation


Diagram by Hana Robinson

Program Development of Concept: Ignite to Illuminate

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Concept: Ignite to Illuminate The intent of this design is to create a space that ignites its users in four ways. Ignite Education, Ignite Surroundings, Ignite Individuality and Ignite Connections. Drawing a metaphorical connection to the process of igniting we were able to spatially divide the building into 5 zones. Activator (faculty, or administration), Fuel (mental and physical wellness spaces, cafe and gym), Spark (causal learning environments, social spaces, experiential learning), Flame (lecture, typical classrooms, library), Glow (community connections and self reflection). These spaces will be guided by a central Flame and will then radiate out into it‘s spark, fuel, activator in one direction and will glow in the other. DISCOVERY

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Existing Floor Plan: Shown on the right, the existing floor plan shows the whole first floor of the school. In total, 1300 students attend J.C. Harmon High School. The focus area that my partner and I focused on were the classrooms and the administration section of the building. When looking at the classrooms, the idea behind it was to create a node that would fully encompass the idea of Kolb’s learning theory. As it stands now, some students and teachers would have to pass through one classroom to get to the place they needed to go. This would all change once the renovation took place.

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Classroom Analysis-Finding Archtypes: By finding required classes that each student needed to take and breaking that down into different archtypes, a pie chart was made to show how many of each classroom would be needed for a specific node. The evidence that we found showed that having a good mix of 12 and 25 student classrooms, would help increase learning. This was further developed by placing a node where 8 classrooms were previously in the old floor plan.

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Classrooms Nodes: After figuring out what classes were required for students at the school, archtypes were made for them. The archtypes provided on the left and created by Hana Robinson show the layout of how classrooms, collaboration spaces, individual spaces, teacher offices, and counselor offices would fit in the given space.

Classroom Rendering-Lab:

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Project 3:

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aTa Bus Shelter (Ongoing)

Purpose:

To create a bus shelter for the Flint Hills aTa. Myself, along with 2 other classmates are working together to create this project. This is my thesis project and I am still in the process of finishing it.

Floor Plan

Payoff:

The end result will be a prototype to show the clients. After that the hope is to manufacture more of them to place all across the city. Each of my team members and I have taken on various tasks so far through this process. We act like a mini-firm at the moment and are learning all about how the real world works with this project.

Elevation Process:

In the fall we complied a book that acts as our research for this project. Precedents were studied, material and colors were dissected, and a lit review was written to name a few things that are in it. Our team met with the clients a few times last semester to present our research. This semester has been all about designing. At the present we now have a budget and each student presented 2 designs for the client to look at. In the next week and a half, we will finalize 1 design to present to the client and from there start prototyping.

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Modular piece: Making a modular system is something the clients wanted our team to look at. This way a cohesive package could be assembled throughout the city. Not every stop could be a full shelter, so by having pieces that could be placed throughout a narrative could be made. This would allow anyone wanting to use public transportation to know where to look.


Rendering: This piece was using inspiration from the Flint Hills, to create forms that undulate throughout the shelter. From the bottom it would have limestone to continue this trend. It would be made out of Limestone, Tube Steel, Polycarbonate, and concrete. 21


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Projects:


Project 4:

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W.W. Hospital Remodel

Purpose: To remodel finishes in part of the Wesley Woodlawn Hospital. It included both the patient rooms and corridors. This was a project that I worked on during my internship in the spring of 2017.

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Finished drawings that were sent off to the client. Everything was completed on it and I left my internship before I got to see it’s actual completion. I got to make a few different renderings for the project and I got to help put the construction document’s together.

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Process:

I joined this project a little after it began. For most of the project it was just me working under a project manager on it. Most of what I got to do was redlines for it, but I did also help make a floorplan rendering and a rendering of one of the patient rooms. This was one of the first projects I worked on and I learned all about how a construction set comes together and the different phases involved with it. Programs used included: AutoCad, Adobe Photoshop, and Revit

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Construction document showing a floor plan:


1 1ST FLOOR PLAN-OVERALL PLAN

1/16" = 1'-0"

PROGRESS PERMIT

T4 2610 N. WOODLAWN, WICHITA, KS 67220

WESLEY WOODLAWN HOSPITAL FINISH REMODEL

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www.s p t a r c h i t e c t u r e.com

121 N Mead Ste 201 Wichita KS 67202 T 316.267.4002 F 316.267.1509

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FLOOR TYPE-SHANNON 73901-ARIZONA WALNUT FORESTSCAPES

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2'X4' ACOUSTIC CEILING TILE 2X4 TROFFER LIGHT

FLOOR TYPE-SHANNON 73901-ARIZONA WALNUT FORESTSCAPES

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2610 N. WOODLAWN, WICHITA, KS 67220

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ALL ELEMENTS INDICATED WITH A DASHED LINE SHALL BE DEMOLISHED AND DISPOSED OF AS PART OF THIS PROJECT UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE. DEMOLITION SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED WITH MINIMAL DISRUPTION TO OPERATIONS. IF REQUIRED, THE OWNER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TEMPORARILY STOP WORK OF SPECIFIC CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS SHOULD THE OWNER IDENTIFY AN EMERGENCY OR DANGER EXISTS TO THE WELFARE OF THE OCCUPANTS. DEMOLITION SHALL BE PERFORMED TO MINIMIZE DAMAGE TO ADJACENT MATERIALS SHOWN TO REMAIN. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PATCHING AND REPAIRING ANY DAMAGE TO ADJACENT MATERIALS THAT OCCURS DUE TO DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES. CONTAIN ALL EXCESS TRASH AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS DAILY. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVAL OF ALL CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS ON OR OFF SITE WHICH ORIGINATES AT THE CONSTRUCTION SITE. CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF ALL MATERIAL NOT SCHEDULED FOR REUSE UNDER THIS PROJECT. ALL PRODUCTS SHALL BE DISPOSED OF IN A LEGAL MANNER. ANY ITEMS THE OWNER WISHES TO RETAIN, CONTRACTOR SHALL DELIVER TO A LOCATION DETERMINED BY THE OWNER WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL INVESTIGATE ALL FIELD CONDITIONS RELEVANT TO DEMOLITION, AND SHALL PROMPTLY NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT OF ANY WHICH DO NOT AGREE WITH THESE DRAWINGS. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL FIELD VERIFY ALL DEMOLITION DIMENSIONS AND NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT OF ANY CONFLICTS. ALL CUTTING OF OPENINGS IN EXISTING WALLS/FLOORS/CEILINGS/ROOFS SHALL BE COORDINATED BY THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR ALL TRADES. PROTECT EXISTING MATERIAL TO REMAIN AT ALL TIMES DURING DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION. ALL CONTRACTORS SHALL REVIEW THE OWNER'S ASBESTOS ABATEMENT REPORT AND SHALL DETERMINE IF ASBESTOS IS PRESENT IN AREAS OF WORK PRIOR TO DEMOLITION / CONSTRUCTION WORK COMMENCING. REMOVE ALL FLOOR FINISH AND BASE MATERIALS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, VINYL IN ALL ROOMS NOTED FOR DEMOLITION U.N.O. REFERENCE MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXISTING EQUIPMENT TO BE REMOVED AND RETURNED TO THE OWNER. REMOVAL OF THESE ITEMS SHALL BE DONE IN A MANNER TO MINIMIZE DAMAGE. REFERENCE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR MISCELLANEOUS DEMOLITION FOR RESPECTIVE TRADES. REFERENCE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS FOR EXTENT OF TOILET FIXTURE, PLUMBING, HVAC AND ELECTRICAL ITEMS TO BE DEMOLISHED. DEMO CEILING FOR MECHANICAL WHERE REQUIRED. ENSURE THAT NEW MECHANICAL UNITS ARE ATTACHED TO AND ARE SUPPORTED BY EXISTING STRUCTURE. CONTACT THE ARCHITECT OR STRUCTURAL ENGINEER IF STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS REQUIRE BOLSTERING TO SUPPORT NEW MECHANICAL SYSTEM. DO NOT ATTACH NEW MECHANICAL TO CEILINGS.

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To renovate an MRI room in a hospital located in Wichita, Kansas. 13. 14.

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MAGNETIC HOLD OPEN

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FIRE ALARM ANNUNCIATOR PANEL

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FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

FDC

FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION

Payoff:

I worked on this project from the beginning of it all the way up to the 30% pricing set. During this time I got to meet with the engineers and put together a Construction Document set all by myself. A project manager let me know of plans and dates, but let me put it together myself. Something I had little experience in was code plans and setting up a cover sheet. This project taught me a lot on how this process came together and where to find information on it.

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Process:

The project was done completely in Revit. I worked under a project manager on this. They would let me know what I needed to get accomplished each week. For the most part the I worked on this project by myself and would just be guided in the right direction while having to figure it out. Although I never did get to meet with the client, I did go to engineering meetings and learn from that. Programs used included: Revit

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SECTION TAG

TYPE II-A

FIRE PROTECTION BUILDING IS FULLY SPRINKLED

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CARDER READER FOR ELECTRIC STRIKE/AUTO OPERATOR

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PUSH PAD ACTUATOR FOR AUTO OPERATOR

DUDLEY WILLIAMS AND ASSOCIATES 230 LAURA SUITE 200 WICHITA, KS 67211 316-263-7591 CONTACT: BRENT PERKINS bperkins@dwase.com

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DRESS/WAIT 61 SF 63'-3"

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VENDOR DRAWINGS

SUITE DATA:

MECHANICAL COVER PLUMBING DEMO PLAN-FIRST FLOOR MED GAS DEMO PLAN PLUMBING PLAN-FIRST FLOOR MED GAS FLOOR PLAN-1ST FLOOR PLUMBING DETAILS & SCHEDULES MECHANICAL DEMO PLAN-FIRST FLOOR HYDRONICS DEMO PLAN - FIRST FLOOR MECHANICAL PLAN-BASEMENT FLOR MECHANICAL PLAN-1ST FLOOR MECHANICAL ROOF PLAN HYDRONICS PLAN - FIRST FLOOR MECHINAICAL ENLARGED PLANS MECHANICAL DETAILS CONTROL SCHEMATICS MECHANICAL SCHEDULES

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PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS 303 S. TOPEKA ST. WICHITA, KS 67202 316.262.2691 CONTACT: SHAWN SCHRADER, P.E. Shawn.Schrader@pec1.com

FIRST FLOOR: 2,330 SF

SPOT ELEVATION

FOUNDATION AND ROOF FRAMING PLANS SECTIONS, DETAILS & STRUCTURAL NOTES

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PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS 303 S. TOPEKA ST. WICHITA, KS 67202 316.262.2691 CONTACT: TRACY DIBLE, P.E. Tracy.Dible@pec1.com

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SPANGENBERG PHILLIPS TICE ARCHITECTURE 121 N. MEAD, SUITE 201 WICHITA, KS 67202 316.267.4002 CONTACT: MATT BYRUM, AIA, LEED AP mb@sptarchitecture.com

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WESLEY WOODLAWN HOSPITAL AND ER 550 N. HILLSIDE ST WICHITA, KS 67214

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RENOVATIONS OF ONOCOLOGY INTO NEW MRI SUITE WITH A PATIENT ROOM AND STORAGE.

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3" GROMMET W/ CORD COVER, COORDINATE LOCATIONS GYP. FURR DOWN-PAINT WITH OWNER

NU

4

1/4" = 1'-0"

1 1/2"

2'-6"

2'-0" 7'-2"

1'-11 1/2"

WHITE MELAMINE ADJUSTABLE SHELVING

SINK/LINEN CABINET

3

HPDL 1/4"COUNTER = 1'-0" AND BACKSPLASH - RE: FINISH SCHEDULE

2'-6"

3'-0"

2 A4

GYP. FURR DOWN-PAINT

HPDL DOOR FRONT, RE: FINISH SCHEDULE

2'-0"

3'-0"

1'-11 7/8"

U.C. CABINETS

CORRIODR

7'-2"

2

2'-1"

2 A4

7'-2"

2'-2"

2 A4

3'-0"

OFCI SOAP

COUNTERTOP AND BACKSPLASH

FOR U.C. LIGHTINGRE: ELECTRICAL

1/4" = 1'-0"

3'-0"

OFCI PTO

U.C. LIGHTING, TYP.

HPDL SCREEN PANEL OFCI FOR U.C. LIGHTING BW

2'-10"

4'-0"

DESK AND COMPUTER

3 A4

UPPER CABINETS

DOOR PULLS, REF. SPECS

OFCI WATER DISPENSER

7'-0"

1

HPDL DOOR FRONTS, RE: INTERIOR ELEVATIONS FOR PLAM COLOR

(2) 3/4" ADJ SHELVES

2'-4"

2'-2" 2'-6"

WHITE MELAMINE MRI CONTROL STATION N.I.C. 1'-1" ADJ. SHELVINGCLEAR 30" DEEP COUNTER REFER TO ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF SHELVES AT EACH UNIT

2'-6"

7'-2"

A

3 A4

2'-1" CLEAR

GYP. FURR DOWN-PAINT

1'-3"

2'-2"

HPDL DOOR FRONTS, SEE

ELEVATIONS FOR 3'-0"

2'-6"

2 A4

1/4" = 1'-0"

3/4" = 1'-0"

1

1/4" = 1'-0" NOTE: ANY CABINETS TO HAVE WESLEY STANDARD CABINET LOCKS

EQUIP ROOM ACT-1

Details: 3'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

PARTITION TYPES L

01

DESK AND COMPUTER 2 GLASTIC ISOLATOR

11

DEFLECTION TRACK

PARENT WALL

MRI CABINETS

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT DECK

INTERIOR STUDS BY CONTRACTOR

TYPE 1

BRACE 48" O.C.

HEIGHT 3-5/8" METAL STUD SMOKE TIGHT

CEILING

DEFLECTION TRACK

CEILING

DEFLECTION TRACK

7'-0"

4"

DOOR TYPES

DECK

WIDTH PAT. TLT. 3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C. 3'-0" 8'-0" 5/8" TYP X GYP BD EA SIDE 3'-0" 3'-6" CARD READER, ELEC. STRIKE 7'-4" AUTO OPERATOR, CARD READER, PUSH PAD 4'-0" 2'-1" 4'-0" TYPE 2 3'-6" ABOVEHPDL CEILING DOOR FRONT, 4'-0" RE: FINISHSTUD SCHEDULE 3-5/8" METAL 4'-0" PARTITION 3'-0" CARD READER, ELEC. STRIKE 3'-0" 3'-0"

2 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

5/8" TYP X GYP BD

5/8" TYP X GYP BD

7'-8" O.C. 5/16"-18 BOLD WT-NUT @ 8-1/2"

2"

N

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'-4"

3/4"2"= 1'-0" 4'-0"

2"

4'-0"

TYPE A

TYPE B

TYPE C

3'-8" x 7'-0" DOUBLE EGRESS NV WOOD DOOR IN H.M. FRAME W/ AUTOMATIC OPERATOR SMOKE TIGHT

3'-0" x 7'-0" WOOD DOOR IN H.M. FRAME SMOKE TIGHT

3'-6" x 7'-0" WOOD DOOR IN H.M. FRAME SMOKE TIGHT

MRI WALL AND FLOOR

NTS

5'-0" 2"

4'-8"

9'-0" 2"

3'-8" 2" 3'-2"

4'-0"

HINGES CKSET

0:00

5/8" TYP X GYP BD

HALL 8'-0"

HPDL COUNTER AND BACKSPLASH - RE: FINISH SCHEDULE

STOR

TYPE 3

8'-0"

ABOVE CEILING 3" GROMMET W/ CORD COVER, 3-5/8" METALCOORDINATE STUD LOCATIONS PARTITION WITH OWNER METAL SUPPORT BRACKET PAINT TO MATCH WALL (TYP.)

WINDOW

CROSS CORRIDOR DOORS (NEW CONTROLBASE DOOR)AS SCHEDULED (6) HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES (2) POWER TRANSFER DEVICE (2) EXIT DEVICES W/ ELECTRIC LATCH RETRACTION (4) DOOR ARMOR PLATE (1) AUTOMATIC OPERATOR AND PUSH PAD ACTUATORS (1) POWER SUPPLY (AS REQ'D) (1) SET BRUSH ASTRAGALS SMOKE SEALS

3/4" = 1'-0" 02

2"

TOILET ROOM DOOR (3) HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES (1) LEVER/PRIVACY LOCKSET SILENCERS

1

ACCESS CONTROL DOOR (3) HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES (1) LEVER/STOREROOM LOCKSET CEILING ASCLOSER SHOWN ON PLAN (1) OVERHEAD (1) ELECTRIC STRIKE SMOKE SEALS

04

MRI DOOR DOOR HARDWARE BY RF DOOR SUPPLIER

4"

5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP BD, EXTEND 4" ABOVE CEILING LINE

TYPE D

03

6"

7'-0" 7'-2"

CEILING AS SHOWN ON PLAN CUBICLE CURTAIN TRACK

8'-0" 0" 2" 1'-10" 2" 1'-10" 2" 1'-10" 2"

4

2"

4'-4"

3 5/8" MTL. STUDS @ 16" OC

7'-2"

7'-0"

7'-2"

7'-0"

T

7'-2"

ABOVE CEILING 2-1/2" METAL STUD PARTITION

3 OZ COPPER SHIELD

WINDOW TYPES:

ORS (NEW CONTROL DOOR) HINGES DEVICE LECTRIC LATCH RETRACTION E TOR AND PUSH

OR HINGES M LOCKSET R

2"

1/8" VCT ON PROTECTIVE CEMENT BASED UNDERLAYMENT

2"

ARE

2"

FULL BATT INSULATION

FOR3U.C. 5/8" LIGHTINGMTL STUDS @ 16" O.C. RE: ELECTRICAL

FULL HEIGHT OPEN COUNTER 1ST FLOOR-RCP A CABINET & UPPER CABINETS 1 2

TYPE 4

7'-0"

ABOVE CEILING 3-5/8" METAL STUD PARTITION

2"

2"

3'-10" 3'-6"

2"

3'-8"

1-3/4" X 1-3/4" MOUNTING RAIL

TYPE 3

S REQ'D) GALS

3'-8"

2"

2"

3'-4" 3'-0"

01

2"

FULL BATT INSULATION

3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

2"

T = TEMPERED GLAZING FULL BATT INSULATION

HPDL SCREEN PANEL FOR U.C. LIGHTING

HARDWARE

BASE AS SCHEDULED

7'-0" 7'-2"

DECK

BRACE 48" O.C.

1-3/4" THK. RF WALL PANEL W/3OX. FULL COPPER SHIELD

WHITE MELAMINE 1'-1" ADJ. SHELVINGCLEAR REFER TO ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF FULL BATT INSULATION SHELVES AT EACH COMMENTS UNIT

3'-0"

5/8" GYSUM BOARD

DECK BY CONTRACTOR

DOOR PULLS, DEFLECTION TRACK REF. SPECS

DEFLECTION TRACK

MARK TYPE HARDWARE HEIGHT 3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C. 102 B 02 7'-0" 5/8" TYP X GYP BD EA SIDE 103 B 05 7'-0" 103A C 03 7'-0" ACOUSTICAL SEALANT 104 A 7'-0" 105 D 05 7'-0" 106 04 7'-0" TYPEE1A 108 C 05 7'-0" FULL HEIGHT 110 7'-0" 3-5/8"DMETAL STUD05 111 E 04 7'-0" ACOUSTICAL 112A B 03 7'-0" 112B B 05 7'-0" 113 B 05 7'-0"

5/8" TYP X GYP BD EA SIDE

CEILING

(2) 3/4" ADJ SHELVES

2'-6"

FULL BATT INSULATION

4'-0"

CEILING

FULL BATT INSULATION

3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

BRACE 48" O.C.

HPDL DOOR FRONTS, SEE ELEVATIONS FOR PLAM DECK

CEILING

CEILING

DOOR SCHEDULE SUSPENDED CEILING

BRACE 48" O.C.

1/4" = 1'-0"

7'-2"

DEFLECTION TRACK RF MESH WASHER

1/4" = 1'-0"

DECK

8'-0"

2'-2"

10

AVE WESLEY STANDARD CABINET LOCKS

DECK

01

4 1/4"

TYPE E OR EQUIV. FOR RF CEILING SUPPORT P1000 UNISTRUT

05 OFFICE DOOR 4'-0" X 7'-0" RF SHIELDED AT 3'-0" SPACING ACROSS WIDTH OF RF ROOM(3) RUNNING HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES DOOR FULL LENGTH BY OTHERS. (1) LEVER/OFFICE LOCKSET RF SHIELDED DOOR IN SILENCERS/SMOKE SEALS RF SHIELDED H.M. FRAME

SOFFIT/CUBICLE CURTAIN TRACK 3/4" =

4'-0" x 7'-0" WOOD DOOR IN H.M. FRAME 1'-0" SMOKE TIGHT

0:00 30

3/8"-16 THREADED ROD GLASTIC ISOLATOR RF MESH WASHER

PARENT WALL

WESLEY HOSPITAL

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

PRICING DRAWINGS

DECK

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

3/8"-16 THREADED ROD

R CABINETS

DRESS/WAIT

DECK

2'-6"

2'-6"

P1000 UNISTRUT OR EQUIV. FOR RF CEILING SUPPORT AT 3'-0" SPACING ACROSS WIDTH OF RF ROOM RUNNING FULL LENGTH BY OTHERS.

2"

L

6"

L

7'-6"

L

2"

5'-0"

3

4'-8"

TYPE A

4'-0" x 5'-0 1/4" CLEAR GLA W/COPPER IN CLEAR ANOD ALUMINUM FR

PRICING

PAR DOO


8

1/4" = 1'-0"

NURSE STATION 2

9

1/4" = 1'-0"

CORRIDOR CABINETS

10

1/4" = 1'-0" NOTE: ANY CABINETS TO HAVE WESLEY STANDARD CABINET LOCKS

DESK AND COMPUT 1/4" = 1'-0"

PARTITION TYPES

DECK

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

DECK

DEFLECTION TRACK

DEFLECTION TRACK

BRACE 48" O.C.

BRACE 48" O.C.

DECK

CEILING

CEILING

CEILING

DEFLECTION TRACK

DEFLECTION TRACK

DEFLECTION TRACK

CEILING

CEILING

FULL BATT INSULATION

FULL BATT INSULATION

FULL BATT INSULATION

FULL BATT INSULATION

FULL BATT INSULATION

3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

3 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

2 5/8" MTL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

5/8" TYP X GYP BD EA SIDE

5/8" TYP X GYP BD EA SIDE

5/8" TYP X GYP BD EA SIDE

5/8" TYP X GYP BD

5/8" TYP X GYP BD

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

TYPE 1

TYPE 1A

TYPE 2

TYPE 3

TYPE 4

FULL HEIGHT 3-5/8" METAL STUD SMOKE TIGHT

FULL HEIGHT 3-5/8" METAL STUD ACOUSTICAL

ABOVE CEILING 3-5/8" METAL STUD PARTITION

ABOVE CEILING 3-5/8" METAL STUD PARTITION

ABOVE CEILING 2-1/2" METAL STUD PARTITION

02-BASE RB-1

03-WALL WAT-1 WF-1

WF-2 04-CEILING ACT-1 ACT-2

PLAM-3 RR-1 SS-1 TS-1 WG-1

H.M. FRAME SMOKE TIGHT

H.M. FRAME SMOKE TIGHT

FORESTCAPES FORESTCAPES TYPE D 4'-0" x 7'-0" FORESTCAPES WOOD DOOR IN H.M. FRAME SMOKE TIGHT

TOILET ROOM DOOR (3) HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES (1) LEVER/PRIVACY LOCKSET SILENCERS

03

ACCESS CONTROL DOOR (3) HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES (1) LEVER/STOREROOM LOCKSET (1) OVERHEAD CLOSER (1) ELECTRIC STRIKE SMOKE SEALS

TBD TBD TBD

04

MRI DOOR DOOR HARDWARE BY RF DOOR SUPPLIER

TYPE E 4'-0" X 7'-0" RF SHIELDED DOOR RF SHIELDED DOOR IN RF SHIELDED H.M. FRAME

05

OFFICE DOOR (3) HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES (1) LEVER/OFFICE LOCKSET SILENCERS/SMOKE SEALS

9'-0"

4'-8"

2"

TYPE A

4'-0" x 5'-0" 1/4" CLEAR GLAZING W/COPPER IN CLEAR ANODIZED ALUMINUM FRAME

RUBBER BASE

JOHNSONITE

WALL TILE PRINTED WINDOW FILM

CROSSVILLE EMPIRE SERIES GREGORY GRAPHICS

TBD TBD

PRINTED WINDOW FILM

GREGORY GRAPHICS

TBD

ACOUSTICAL CEILING ACOUSTICAL CEILING

HEALTH ZONE OPTIMA SQUARE EDGE

WHITE

24 X 24

STANDARD GRID

HEALTH ZONE OPTIMA SQUARE EDGE

WHITE

24 X 24

ALUMINUM GRID & TRIM

INPRO INPRO 700 SERIES

3" 90 DEGREE 7 3/4"

TBD TBD

INPRO 855 SERIES INPRO CORP

UP TO 32" A.F.F.

TBD TBD

WILSONART, NEVEMAR OR FORMICA PLASTIC LAMINATE WILSONART, NEVEMAR OR FORMICA PLASTIC LAMINATE WILSONART, NEVEMAR OR FORMICA RUBBER RAIL JOHNSONITE SOLID SURFACE SOLID SURFACING TRANSISTION STRIP WALL GUARD INRPO CORP

NAME NEW CORRIDOR CORRIDOR

TYPE B

ALUMINUM STOREFRON SYSTEM 1" INSLULATED CLEAR GLASS W/GRAPHIC FILM CLEAN ANODIZED ALUMINUM FRAME

ROLL GOODS ONLY

IMAGE FROM SHUTTERSTOCK VISIBLE FROM BOTH SIDES OF WINDOW W/OPAQUE FILM IN MIDDLE SAME IMAGE AS WF-1, 0NLY VISIBLE FROM 1 SIDE

PROVIDE WALL GUARD W/END CAPS

SELECT FROM MFG FULL RANGE OF COLORS

CHR-XX-B

RIGID SHEET PROTECTION

TBD

SELECT FROM MFG FULL RANGE OF COLORS

TBD

SELECT FROM MFG FULL RANGE OF COLORS

TBD TBD TBD TBD

AT TOP EDGE OF WALL GUARD

7 3/4" PROFILE

2:01 31 NUMBER 100

COMMENTS 5'-0" 2"

2"

02

7'-0" 7'-2"

TBD

CONTACT

3'-8"

2"

4'-0"

4'-0"

2"

2"

7'-0" 7'-2"

TBD

SIZE

4'-4" 2" 2"

4'-0"

2"

$28.00 MATERIAL ALLOWANCE LUXURY VINYL TILE $4.50 MATERIAL ALLOWANCE SHEET VINYL TEKNOFLOR SHEET VINYL TYPE B TEKNOFLOR TYPE C 3'-0" x 7'-0" 3'-6" x 7'-0" SHEET VINYLWOOD DOOR IN TEKNOFLOR WOOD DOOR IN

COLOR/FINISH

4'-4" 2"

7'-2"

2"

CARPET

05-SPECIALTY CG-1 CORNER GUARD CR-1 CRASH/BUMBER RAIL HR-1 HANDRAIL KP-1 RIGID VINYL KICKPLATE PLAM-1 PLASTIC LAMINATE PLAM-2

STYLE/PATTERN

2"

FINISH SCHEDULE

FLOOR LVT-1

WALL PNT-1

BASE MATCH ADJACENT

CEILING ACT-1

COMMENTS

BUTT JOINTS

INGS

WOOD DOOR IN H.M. FRAME W/ AUTOMATIC OPERATOR SMOKE TIGHT

2"

8'-0" 1'-10" 2" 1'-10" 2" 1'-10" 2" 1'-10" 2"

SV-1 SV-2 TYPE A 3'-8" x 7'-0" SV-3 DOUBLE EGRESS NV

2"

3'-10" 3'-6"

7'-2"

T

LVT-1

MANUFACTURER

7'-0"

01-FLOOR CPT-1

2"

2" 2"

3'-8"

3'-4" 3'-0"

7'-2"

3'-8"

FINISH MATERIALS LIST

MATERIAL

7'-8"

7'-0"

FINISH CODE

WINDOW TYPES:

2"

T = TEMPERED GLAZING

CROSS CORRIDOR DOORS (NEW CONTROL DOOR) (6) HEAVY DUTY BUTT HINGES (2) POWER TRANSFER DEVICE (2) EXIT DEVICES W/ ELECTRIC LATCH RETRACTION (4) DOOR ARMOR PLATE (1) AUTOMATIC OPERATOR AND PUSH PAD ACTUATORS (1) POWER SUPPLY (AS REQ'D) (1) SET BRUSH ASTRAGALS SMOKE SEALS

3'-2"

HARDWARE 01

2:01

DECK

DECK

DOOR TYPES

2"

DECK

BRACE 48" O.C.

6"

DECK

MARK 102 103 103A 104 105 106 108 110 111 112A 112B 113

WESLEY HOSPITAL

NURSE STATION 1

7'-0"

7


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