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Serving The Wellness Needs Of Point Breeze

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GRADUATE HOSPITAL

GREYS FERRY

POINT BREEZE

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ENTRANCE CANOPY

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25TH STREET FARMERS MARKET

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BENCH AREAS

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OUTDOOR CAFE

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RAIN GARDEN

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BASKETBALL COURT

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CISTERNS

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SKY PLAYGROUND

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SKYLIGHTS

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GREENHOUSE

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MEDITATION SPACE

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SOLAR PANELS

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BRICK & WOOD FACADE

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FARM-TO-TABLE MURAL

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EXISTING COMMUNITY GARDEN

ENTRANCE HANGING GARDEN

FARMERS MARKET

INTERIOR CIRCULATION

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RAINWATER DIAGRAM

CONCEPT 25th and Wellness offers a wide range of programs to alleviate stresses associated with visiting the doctor. The center incorporates sustainable and green design elements that create a welcoming meeting place at the corner of 25th and Dickinson, the intersection of the Point Breeze and Grays Ferry neighborhoods. In order to engage the existing community garden, we incorporated a farm-to-table learning program that teaches nutrition and healthy eating habits. There are opportunities to nurture neighborhood bonds through educational programs, physical activity, gathering spaces, and collaborative efforts in the kitchen and gardens. 25th and Wellness promotes mental, physical, and emotional wellness throughout the community.

SUSTAINABILITY LEGEND: LEED V4 Sustainable Sites

• ROUGHLY 75% OF THE EXISTING SITE LEFT OPEN • RAINWATER COLLECTION • LIGHT REFLECTING PAVING

Water Efficiency

• CISTERNS USED FOR STORAGE • IRRIGATION FOR GARDENS • STORED WATER USED FOR TOILETS & FOUNTAIN INSIDE BUILDING

COST ESTIMATE Energy & Atmosphere

• SOLAR PANELS ON ROOF • DAYLIGHTING CONTROLS TO MAXIMIZE SKYLIGHT LIGHT

Materials & Resources

• RECLAIMED AND LOCALLY SOURCED WOOD • BRICK TO MATCH LOCAL CHARACTER AND AVAILABLE MATERIAL OPTIONS

Indoor Environment

• SUN SHADES AT SOUTH TO CONTROL SUN • SKYLIGHTS FOR NATURAL DAYLIGHT

Innovation

• GREEN WALL TO IMPROVE INDOOR AIR QUALITY • FOUNTAIN USING WATER CAPTURED ON SITE • HOLISTIC HEALTH CENTER PROMOTING OVERALL WELLNESS

PROCESS ELEVATIONS

BUILDING SQ. FT. =

36,000

DIVISION

%

SQ. FT. COST

General Requirements

8.10%

($

80.00) ($

2,880,000)

Concrete

0.51%

($

5.00) ($

180,000)

Masonry

2.53%

($

25.00) ($

900,000)

Metals

2.53%

($

25.00) ($

900,000)

Wood, Plastics, Compositess

2.53%

($

25.00) ($

900,000)

Thermal and Moisture

10.1%

($

100.00) ($

3,600,000)

Openings

17.7%

($

175.00) ($

6,300,000)

Finishes

15.2%

($

150.00) ($

5,400,000)

Specialties

2.53%

($

25.00) ($

900,000)

Conveying Systems

0.56%

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($

200,000)

Fire Suppression

1.52%

($

15.00) ($

540,000)

Plumbing

2.03%

($

20.00) ($

720,000)

HVAC

13.9%

($

137.00) ($

4,932,000)

Electrical

20.3%

($

200.00) ($

7,200,000)

TOTAL

100% ($

982.00)

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN MURAL

ADJUSTED COST

$35,552,000)

STEEL CALCULATIONS This is a two-story steel structure that is laid out on a 30’ x 25’ grid, with a total square footage of 36,000 sq ft.

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A community health center I helped to work on. created by the Philadelphia A.C.E mentorship program team 10

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A community health center I helped to work on. created by the Philadelphia A.C.E mentorship program team 10

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