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Fred KulturHuset+/ Copenhagen, Lygten 1A

Bachelor project of Architectural Technology and Construction Management Authors : Karolina Ewa Piotrowska and Haya Termanini/ Horsens 2019/2020


Participants/

Project

Role in the project/

Karolina Ewa Piotrowska

Haya Termanini

Outline

Scheme Design/ Detail Design I

Detail Design II

BDS Booklet Revit model BR 18 research Local plan research Fire research Project research Site plan analysis Siteplan Floorplans Sections Elevations

BDS Floorplans + Roof plan Siteplan + Constr. Siteplan Sections Elevations Details Room drawings Quality assurance

BDS Details: Ground floor Free Level Access Ground Floor Axis Connection Steel Elevation Connections Green Roof Drain Green Roof Parapet Glass Roof to External Wall Green Roof Access Green Roof to Glass Roof Wetroom Internal Wall to Slab Wetroom External Wall to Slab

BSE Fire analysis U-value analysis Sound analysis STD Structure analysis BPM ICT Document Planning Budget Brief

BSE Fire analysis U-value Calculations Sound analysis Water & Heating Plans Ventilation Plans and Calculation STD Structural journal BPM Time schedule Budget framework Rooms and plot ratio calculation Life Cycle Costing

Details: External Wall Foundation Self Bearing Wall Internal Foundation Staircase Connections External wall Slab Connection Slab to column connection Slab to Curtain Wall Column foundation Elevator Foundation

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OUTLINE PHASE/ Table of Content : 6/

Vision

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Presedent Study

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Site Analysis

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Concept

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Plans

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Materials

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Interior

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Sections

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Elevations

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Structure

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Energy and Installations

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Planning

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Budget

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

These values have inspired the Center’s founding: SALAM, Peace, Shalom, and Fred above all, the Center will be a place that embraces humans despite their backgrounds and beliefs. Welcoming the Other, The Center will draw to Copenhagen a diversity of individuals and groups, from near and far, to gather and build community. People, The Center comes to life at an important moment in our society and culture. Never in our lifetimes has there been such an acute need to reach out, to hear others’ stories, and to build understanding.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Values/

Fred Kulturhuset+ , is a culture center aims for national recognition as a quality culture and innovation center with a multi workshop areas accessed by everyone to encourage creativity and inovation. The center will function as a social and cultural hub in the local community and as national meeting center for all relegions. The centers vision is inspired from Scandinavian traditions striving to build bridges to creative and intellectual pursuits, with programs that lead to awareness, inquiry, and a deeper understanding of the human journey.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Vision/

Fred Kulturhuset+ , The Multi Faith and Cultural Center in Copenhagen is public center open for everyone localy and internationaly. The center involve itself with all aspects of manors including architecture, landscape, culture, religion and society, in every precpective and is a living space with wide range of activities and events all year long. Fred KulturHuset+ has been designed to fulfil the UN SDGs through the interior arrangments that emphesize equity and accessebility, exterior which welcomes everyone regrdless their backgrounds and beleifs, carfuly chosen materials to have less impact on the environment.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Mission/

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

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Presedent study/

Dokk1/ Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects/

Mosque and religion harmony center/ Bjarke Ingels Group/

Dubai Design District/ Foster + Partners

Kolumba Museum in Cologne/ Peter Zumthor

Dokk1 is Scandinavia’s largest public library and represents a new generation of modern hybrid libraries. The 35,000m² building also houses a citizen service centre, office space, automated parking for 1,000 cars and new harbour-side public squares. The project is situated at the mouth of the Aarhus River in one of the most prominent sites of the city centre of Aarhus. Dokk1 is not simply a building. It is a place for exchanging knowledge and opportunities and a multicultural meeting point that has changed people’s perception of the entire city. Dokk1 is part of the ambitious district plan to revitalise the former industrial cargo docks on the harbour front by connecting the area both visually and physically to the historic centre of the city. The leading idea is a covered urban space. formances, offices, lounges, and dining.

A mosque and a museum of religious harmony to try to create a modern form of a religious object. Its architectural form is not accidental cured by delineating two main cities and religions: the central axis of the city of Tirana and the axis leading to Mecca, the holy place of Muslim. The established facility was not only the need to create religious places for followers of Islam, but also to spread religious and social education in the field of Islamic religious values​​ and to promote general tolerance. The creation of architecture that functionally corresponds to the needed religious and cultural society, as well as aesthetic aspects, can be a model for creating the architecture of the future. The way of forming the solid, based on important axes - the city axis and the axis leading to the holy place of Muslims.

Dubai Design District is a project assuming the creation of a kind of creativity center targeted at local artists as part of creating a space conducive to professional development and career stabilization. The assumption provides for spaces for offices, co-working and exhibition spaces conducive to the creation of all cultural events of the city. “We analyzed the use of space, and then introduced many different functions to encourage collaboration between disciplines. This, combined with highly flexible modules, will help create a thriving, self-sufficient community. “ The project becomes an inspiration for creating a common space in which various functions intertwine.

The Kolumba Art Museum of the Archdiocese of Cologne it the new museum building, a true architectural masterpiece, was designed by Peter Zumthor. The museum, was built on the site of the destroyed church, including the remaining ruins of St. Columba. It combines the old and the new by integrating. On the ground floor, visitors can also visit the archaeological excavations from the 1970s by walking over the excavation site on bridges. There, visitors can see the remains of Roman residential development as well as fragments of church buildingsThe new large excavation area itself has a sacred quality to it with its slender columns and the subtle play of light generated by countless small openings in the upper walled area.

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Site analysis/ Siteplot choice NON-EXISTING BUILDINGS NEW METRO STATION BUILDINGS PROPOSED FOR DEMOLITION IN THE NEW LOCAL PLAN PROPOSAL

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Site analysis/ Location BISPEBJERG

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Location/ Toward country; city and districts The area covered by the study is located in the northeastern part of the city of Copenhagen, which is the capital of the country Denmark and is at the same time the largest and most populated city of this country. The plot is located in the Bispebjerg district, located at the intersection of Lygten and Frederikssundsvej streets. Although this area legally belongs to the Bispebjerg district, it is often considered as part of the neighboring Nørrebro district due to the proximity of the area to the Nørrebro city rail station, as well as the immediate vicinity of the former facilities of the station. The area belongs to downtown areas, in which condensed buildings in the form of quarters are an advantage. Most of the facilities belong to a multi-family housing, often including individual service units. The city of Copenhagen is an area with a well-developed cultural infrastructure. There is a large number of cultural facilities such as theaters, libraries, cultural centers, cafes, restaurants and religious institutions throughout the city. Focusing on religious and cultural-religious insti-

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tutions, we can distinguish Christian churches (Catholic, Orthodox or Protestant - the largest number of them), mosques, synagogues and cultural objects related to given religious communities. Christian religious institutions create a significant advantage. In the city of Copenhagen there is a definite advantage of Christian institutions over Muslim ones. In addition, the highest density of these facilities occurs in the central part of the city (districts: Indre By, Frederiksberg, Østerbro, Vesterbro) and in the south-east (Amager Ost). Cultural buildings of Islam religion are few, but their presence in the central part of Copenhagen is definitely noticeable, also focusing around the designing area. As for the Jewish archutecture, there are only two synagogues in all of Copenhagen. This is mainly due to the religious universality itself. What is more, Christians count the largest percentage - 81.9%, followed by Muslims with a much smaller number - 5.1%. Considering only monotheistic religions, Jewish occupy the last place with the smallest percentage of people registered as followers of this religion and below 1%. Despite the quantitative differences, the city’s noticeable multiculturalism is con-


Site analysis/ Density and Cultural Diveristy

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Cultural Diveristy Analysis/ centrated in the Nørrebro district. Hence - the most institutions of different religions - churches, mosques or synagogues - are found in this district Personal observations also become an additional factor. Moving within that district, you can feel and see its incredible diversity and cultural accumulation, which is reflected in the architecture and function. However, not the religious or cultural institutions themselves, whose proportions are incredibly diverse - affect the perception of the district in such a way, and the large accumulation of minor functions - such as food services - shops, stalls and supermarkets or other - clothing, technology stores or hairdresser’s shops and etc.

Thanks to highly urbanized nature of the Nørrebro district, the design area is classified as a residential and service area and is characterized by dense development. Development takes the form of mainly quarters, where multi-family housing facilities have the advantage and the dominant function. The smaller functional areas include services and public utilities and areas far away from the design plot, urban green areas - such as parks, squares or smaller clusters of low and high greenery. Within areas with residential functions, we can distinguish areas in which buildings are clearly defined by its height. Most facilities have from 3-4 floors, and some of them also have single service outlets. According to the proposed local plan of the design area, the maximum value of the building height that should be located on it was assumed at 24m.

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Site analysis/ Function

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Funtional analysis/ Areas Based on the plans of local neighboring plots, we can see that the general allowable height of residential buildings oscillates around 20-24m. Exceptions are individual plots, where this height can be significantly different. In addition to residential buildings mainly found here, we can also distinguish other objects. There is a much smaller number of them, compared to residentials, but we can divide them into functional groups - religious, cultural, education and education, service or public facilities, transport buildings, garages and utility buildings. Services were mainly located on the zero floor of residential buildings, creating their network at ground floor level in quarters. Smaller services are also located on other floors of the same buildings, or they appear as in-

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Functional Analysis/ Buildings dependent buildings - smaller and larger. Among the larger service facilities, we can distinguish the shopping center - Nørrebro Bycenter, supermarket - Føtex and the composition of SILVAN building materials. Other service facilities include many grocery stores, often run by residents of non-Danish nationalities. Due to the diversity of the Nørrebro district, these stores are mainly run by the Arabic community. In addition, we will find here many other services, including - gym and sports complexes, mechanics, hairdresser. scientific institutions; cultural and religious facilities.


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Transportation Analysis/ Parkings, public transport

The design area is located in a well-connected location. At the crossroads of communication routes, which provides it with direct access both from the south-east and south-west. From the other two sides it is limited by a residential building. Therefore, access to the area from these pages is only possible from pedestrian routes. Roads located directly at the design area are one of the main routes between districts, extending to all sides and forming further communication networks.

distance from its station. In addition, the construction of a station for the new metro line was planned for 2019 and already opened within last few months, which has its place next to the railway tracks.

Transportation The city is focused on public transport - thanks to this we can find a large number of bus stops serving numerous bus lines. The area is also adjacent to the S-Tog line and is located a short

Parkings Despite the authorities’ strong pressure on public transport, the city does not rule out the use of private means of transport, and this is evidenced by the large number of parking lots for temporary parking - occurring practically along every street, in the surroundings of the proposed area. However, there are no larger, open car parks in close proximity. These are often abandoned in Denmark, in favor of possible multi-storey car parks in the form of architectural

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Transportation Analysis/ Road sections

objects. There are no such objects in the surroundings of the study area. However, this does not bother the inhabitants who, adapted to a more ecological and sustainable lifestyle, very often choose a bicycle as their primary means of transport.

CONTEXT OF THE PLACE The design area is a plot in the Bispebjerg district at the intersection of Lygten and Frederikssundsvej streets. The land is located at the junction of the Nørrebro and Frederiksberg districts. It is officially included in the Bispjeberg district but often considered as part of the Nørrebro district - Copenhagen’s dynamic and most multicultural district - because it lies on one of the district’s more frequented streets. This area is inhabited by a community belonging to different cultural groups, but the majority belongs to the population of Arab tribes and thus to the Muslim community. This location is, due to its diversity, considered to be a meeting point of cultures and religions. In its surroundings there are institutions of different cultures: a newly created mosque, a church with a Chris-

Bicycles Throughout Copenhagen, we can see a network of well-made and integrated bicycle paths. Also in the vicinity of the development area, there are numerous bicycle paths with many parking spaces for bicycles and city bike rentals - Donkey Republic.

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Site analysis/ Greenery

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tian center, a small cultural center located in the building of the old S-Bahn station - Lygten Station. The plot itself currently has temporary tents with international cuisine, which are planned for elimination. A place needs a cultur al institution that brings together a multicultural community and encourages mutual interaction. In addition, it houses the building of the old substation Transformerstation - from 1930. The proposed area is located near the fast city rail station, and in 2019 it is also planned to build a metro station. GREENERY The greenery around the design area is mainly low greenery in the form of grasses. In addition, we can also distinguish here clusters of high and medium greenery - decidu-

Greenery Analysis/ On the site plot ous trees and low shrubs. However, these prevail in places between building quarters. In relation to the development area itself, low vegetation in the form of grasses with single plantings of linden, birch and poplar trees as well as individual low shrubs prevails in its area. Vegetation consist of the young specimens up to several years old. SHAPE OF THE BUILDING The cultural center was designed as two blocks connected with each other by a glass atrium marking the sides of the world - an important aspect of every monotheistic religion and creating the specific heart of the object.

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Concept/ Evolution of the idea

The project includes the creation of a functional program providing at level 00 and level 01 - a cafe; co-working space and library with rental; rooms for the workshop program. Functional space of a sacred nature was created at levels 02 and 03 - providing space for prayer and concentration. Cluster rooms were created for personal prayer and meditation; prayer rooms specific to individual monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. In addition, an ecumenical hall was provided, creating space for joint prayer of people belonging to different denominations. The basic design assumption is to create a place of public space promoting religious tolerance and cultural shaping of the diverse community of the city of Copenhagen. Focusing mainly on the local community of the Bispebjerg and Nørrebro districts as well as using the existing cultural context. The project involves creating a new cultural center facility, adapting the existing old substation

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and transforming it into a shelter serving the local community, providing social assistance. According to the assumptions, attempts were made to positively influence the local space of Bispebjerg and Nørrebro, based on the existing context. The idea was to create an object that, both functionally and architecturally, would meet the social problems of the development area and eliminate them. The diploma project is also an opinion on the links between architecture and intercultural dialogue. The product of environmental analyzes carried out, a design and adaptation of the existing facility of the old substation was made. The building has been revitalized and intended for a “shelter” focusing on helping the homeless and the needy. As a newly designed facility and a response to cultural conflicts occurring in Copenhagen, the Interreligious Dialogue Center was created. The assumption is to show the social potential of neighborhoods and to bring closer knowledge on religious and cultural topics.


Plans/ Siteplan The project of the interreligious dialogue center was located on building plot No. 1a at Lygten Street in the Bispebjerg district of Copenhagen. The project of adaptation of the existing facility of the old substation and transforming it into a social welfare shelter was located on building plot No. 2 at Lygten Street. The development area is located on the corner of two streets - Lygten and Frederikssundva and is directly adjacent to the existing multi-family housing facility. Transport services take into account existing roads and access roads. According to the design assumptions, the garage is located in the underground floor, and access to it is via a planned ramp with 5% slopes and 10% from the city road - Lygten. The ramp is designed in accordance with Danish building regulations and is located in the north-eastern part of the plot. The existing parking bay is adapted to the needs of special services - fire brigades and ambulances. Pedestrian communication was resolved through a network of paths and paved walkways leading to the sidewalks on the southeast and south-west sides. The pedestrian routes are made of cobblestones and a permeable mineral pavement and incorporated into the proposed greenery systems. These systems were created as plantings of low grass with high greenery and flower beds. Due to the privacy of the residents of the neighboring multi-family building, elevated elements of low greenery with plantations were created on the plot, from the north-east and north-west.

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Plans/ Floor 00/

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Materials/ Extreior

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Green roof/

Concrete is a friend of the environment in all stages of its life span, from raw material

/Transparency. This property allows visual connection with the outside world. /U value. The U-value is the measure of how much heat is transferred through the window. The lower the U-value the better the insulation properties of the glass– the better it is at keeping the heat or cold out. /Strength. Glass is a brittle material but with the advent of science and technology, certain laminates and admixtures can increase its modulus of rupture( ability to resist deformation under load). /Greenhouse effect refers to circumstances where the short wavelengths of visible light from the sun pass through glass and are absorbed, but the longer infrared re-radiation from the heated objects are unable to pass through the glass. /Recyclable. Glass is 100% recyclable, cullets (Scraps of broken or waste glass gathered for re-melting) are used as raw materials in glass manufacture, as aggregates in concrete construction etc.

Steel is primarily known for its high strength and functionality. Steel has evolved during the past years to satisfy the requirements to various builders and developers. Steel frames buildings provide an advantage of being light weight, easy to work with, less expensive to ship and store over any other building material. It is also less technique sensitive hence provides less strain on the worker to deal with it. Steel does not bend until excellent amount of weight is placed on it which makes it supremely suitable for constructing massive buildings, to keep their walls straight and corners square. The beams employed to create the structure maintain their position over long period of time. Adantages are: Increased stability of steel frame construction; high quality and aesthetic; low maintenance; fire resistant; Ervironment friendly; construction is strong, durable and stable; etc.

A green roof has many benefits. It provides a rainwater buffer, purifies the air, reduces the ambient temperature, regulates the indoor climate, saves energy and encourages biodiversity in the city. Green roofs are part of climate-proof construction. A green roof absorbs rain water by the water buffering in the plants, substrate and drainage layer. This delays the discharge of rainwater to the sewage system, purifies the rainwater, and water also evaporates through the plants. This all helps to stabilize the groundwater level, reduces the peak load on the sewage system and reduces the risk of flooding. The plants in a green roof filter particulate matter from the air and convert CO2 into oxygen. With a green roof you are contributing to air purification. Reduces the ambient temperatureReduces the ambient temperature Plants absorb sunlight, 50% is absorbed and 30% reflected.

production to demolition, making it a natural choice for sustainable construction. /Resource efficiency. The predominant raw material for the cement in concrete is limestone, the most abundant mineral on earth. /Durability. Concrete builds durable, long-lasting structures that will not rust, rot, or burn. Life spans can be double or triple those of other materials. /Thermal mass. Building made out of concrete are highly energy efficient, they take advantage of concretes inherent thermal massor ability to absorb and retain heat. /Reflectivity. Concrete minimizes the effects that produce urban heat islands. Minimal waste. Concrete can be produced in the quantities needed for each project, reducing waste. /Ability to retain stormwater.

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Materials/ Interior

Bricks/

Tiles/

Wood/

Carpet & Vinyl mat ‘Bolon’

Using bricks in building design can have a lot of advantages, in terms of aesthetics as well as function. Bricks are a very versatile material, and it is possible to use it without it overpowering other elements. Being a porous material, bricks can exhibit above normal thermal insulation and thus maintain indoor temperature, which is a very important attribute when designing in hot climates like Nagpur. Interior walls made of bricks help adjust the building’s temperature, as they store heat and cool air. In winter, the walls offer warmth, while on a hot summer day they have a cooling effect. This creates a pleasant indoor climate, which means healthy houses. Possessing high strength and durability, bricks can be a bankable material for interior use, not just as an accessory or cladding material. Sample the examples below for some inspiration for using bricks in interiors.

/Durable & Easy To Maintain. Considering ceramic is a solid material, it is highly resistant to items being dropped on its surface as well as scratches appearing on the surface of the tiles. /Affordable & Flexible. The list of ceramic tiles benefits just keeps expanding and the fact that they are affordable to purchase and install with numerous design options gives it even more versatility. /Water Resistance & Other Hazard Glazed ceramic flooring tiles have a hard protective top layer that makes the tiles impervious to water and most stains, making them naturally resistant to the ravages of high humidity and heat conditions. /Allergen Issues & Environment-Friendly. Ceramic tiles have a hard, solid surface, that does not attract or hold dirt, dust, pollen, or other allergens. ing qualities to your home for the winter.

/Environmental friendly. Processing wood releases significantly less harmful carbon emissions than does the manufacturing process for any other construction material. Additionally, wood is a fantastic insulator, so larger pieces may be able to assist in reducing energy consumption for heating and cooling your building. It turns out that there are observable physiologically positive responses to wood, nature, and natural effects. /Healthy advantages. Adding wood as a feature piece in your interior design project can be particularly helpful, where it could reduce stress. /Visual versatility. Wood is easy to work with, and can be used in so many different interior design applications. It can also be painted or stained in any variety, and is easy to revitalize as such.

The flooring doesn’t require harsh chemicals in its daily maintenance means less damaging substances into our precious water supplies. The 99 % of the time, our floors get thoroughly clean with the help of water and a scrubbing brush. All Bolon floors are recommended by the Norwegian Asthma and Allergy Association as they contribute positively to indoor air quality The production site runs on 100 % renewable energy. All the flooring products contain up to 33 % recycled material There is only use of locally drawn groundwater, and no refrigerant, for cooling purposes. The production site runs on 100 % renewable energy. The Bolon floors are environmentaly friendly, easy in the maintenance and cleaning process as well as produced of recycled materials.

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17.20m

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PODŁOGA NA GRUNCIE POSADZKA CIENKOWARSTWOWA EPOXY WARSTWA WYRÓWNAWCZA - PODKŁAD Z CHUDEGO BETONU

K. 2cm 4-6 cm

NAWIERZCHNIA ZEW. Z KOSTKI BRUKOWEJ WARSTWA WYKOŃCZENIOWA: KOSTKA BRUKOWA WARSTWA WYRÓWNAWCZA Z BETONU CHUDEGO ZE SPADKIEM 1%

ŚCIANY ZEWNĘTRZNE I WEWNĘTRZNE - USUNIĘCIE ORAZ WYMIANA ELEMENTÓW ELEWACJI PÓŁNOCNO- WSCHODNIEJ – WITRYN – NA SYSTEM PRZESZKLEŃ FASADOWYCH FIRMY ALUPROF O KONSTRUKCJI SŁUPOWO- RYGLOWEJ ZE SZKLENIEM POTRÓJNYM - WYBURZENIE POJEDYNCZYCH ŚCIAN DZIAŁOWYCH (WG RYSUNKU) - WYKONANIE NOWYCH ŚCIAN DZIAŁOWYCH W CELU PODZIAŁU FUNKCJONALNEGO OBIEKTU INSTALACJE - USUNIĘCIE STARYCH INSTALACJI I URZĄDZEŃ SŁUŻĄCYCH DO KONTROLI RUCHU SZYBKIEJ MIEJSKIEJ KOLEI PODŁOGI - USUNIĘCIE WSZELKICH DOTYCHCZASOWYCH WARSTW WYKOŃCZENIOWYCH PODŁÓG - WYKONANIE NOWYCH WARSTW PODŁOGI NA GRUNCIE – W CELU SPEŁNIENIA MAKSYMALNYCH WARTOŚCI WSPÓŁCZYNNIKÓW PRZENIKANIA CIEPŁA – Z WARSTWAMI (OD GÓRY) - POSADZKA CIENKOWARSTWOWA EPOXY (10 MM), PODKŁAD Z CHUDEGO BETONU (50 MM), FOLIA PE, IZOLACJA TERMICZNA (300 MM), IZOLACJA PRZECIWWILGOCIOWA Z FOLII PE, PŁYTA BETONOWA ZBROJONA SIATKĄ (200 MM), ZAGĘSZCZONA PODSYPKA PIASKOWA (300 MM). STROPY - USUNIĘCIE WSZYSTKICH ISTNIEJĄCYCH WARSTW WYKOŃCZENIOWYCH STROPU - OCENA ORAZ PRZEGLĄD STANU TECHNICZNEGO STALOWYCH BELEK STROPOWYCH – SPRAWDZENIE MOŻLIWOŚCI PONOWNEGO WYKORZYSTANIA BELEK DO KONSTRUKCJI MODERNIZOWANEGO STROPU - WYKONANIE NOWEGO STROPU – W MOMENCIE BRAKU MOŻLIWOŚCI WYKORZYSTANIA ISTNIEJĄCYCH BELEK, NALEŻY UŻYĆ BELEK STALOWYCH O WYSOKOŚCI 180 MM. NALEŻY UŁOŻYĆ WARSTWY – OD GÓRY: MATA WINYLOWA „BOLON” (5 MM), MATA WYGŁUSZAJĄCA (10 MM), SPOIWO POD MATĘ (5 MM), DYKTA POD PODŁOGĘ (10MM), STROPOWA BELKA STALOWA (180 MM) Z IZOLACJĄ AKUSTYCZNĄ (93 MM I 77MM), PRZESTRZEŃ INSTALACYJNA (420 MM), SUFIT PODWIESZANY NA KONSTRUKCJI STALOWEJ WIESZAKOWEJ (560 MM). STOLARKA OKIENNA I DRZWIOWA - WYMIANA POJEDYNCZYCH ZNISZCZONYCH OKIEN ALUMINIOWYCH NA NOWE O TAKIM SAMYM WYGLĄDZIE, WYMIARACH ORAZ ALUMINIOWYM WYKOŃCZENIU, ORAZ WSPÓŁCZYNNIKU PRZENIKANIA CIEPŁA MNIEJSZYM OD U= 1.80 W/ M2K. - WYMIANA DRZWI WEJŚCIOWYCH OD STRONY PÓŁNOCNO-WSCHODNIEJ NA NOWE ELEMENTY O ALUMINIOWYM WYKOŃCZENIU, SPEŁNIAJĄCE WYMOGI WYJŚĆ EWAKUACYJNYCH O MINIMALNYCH WYMIARACH W ŚWIETLE 90 CM X 210 CM, W PRZYPADKU DRZWI JEDNOSKRZYDŁOWYCH, ORAZ 180X210 CM, W PRZYPADKU DRZWI DWUSKRZYDŁOWYCH.

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17.20m

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575

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12.0m

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636

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CMCPH_KPI_ARC_MGR_PR_009 8.0m

8.0m

POZIOM 02 SCHRONISKO_PIĘTRO

POZIOM 02_PIĘTRO

III' III

25

MODERNIZACJA ISTNIEJĄCEGO BUDYNKU PODSTACJI – OPIS PRAC BUDOWLANYCH

415

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575

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I

-1.80m

Section / B-B 26

NA GRUNCIE

NKOWARSTWOWA EPOXY RÓWNAWCZA - PODKŁAD Z CHUDEGO BETONU

K. 2cm 4-6 cm

NAWIERZCHNIA ZEW. Z KOSTKI BRUKOWEJ WARSTWA WYKOŃCZENIOWA: KOSTKA BRUKOWA WARSTWA WYRÓWNAWCZA Z BETONU CHUDEGO ZE SPADKIEM 1%

ŚCIANY ZEWNĘTRZNE I WEWNĘTRZNE - USUNIĘCIE ORAZ WYMIANA ELEMENTÓW ELEWACJI PÓŁNOCNO- WSCHODNIEJ – WITRYN – NA SYSTEM PRZESZKLEŃ FASADOWYCH FIRMY ALUPROF O KONSTRUKCJI SŁUPOWO- RYGLOWEJ ZE SZKLENIEM POTRÓJNYM - WYBURZENIE POJEDYNCZYCH ŚCIAN DZIAŁOWYCH (WG RYSUNKU) - WYKONANIE NOWYCH ŚCIAN DZIAŁOWYCH W CELU PODZIAŁU FUNKCJONALNEGO OBIEKTU INSTALACJE - USUNIĘCIE STARYCH INSTALACJI I URZĄDZEŃ SŁUŻĄCYCH DO KONTROLI RUCHU SZYBKIEJ MIEJSKIEJ KOLEI PODŁOGI - USUNIĘCIE WSZELKICH DOTYCHCZASOWYCH WARSTW WYKOŃCZENIOWYCH PODŁÓG - WYKONANIE NOWYCH WARSTW PODŁOGI NA GRUNCIE – W CELU SPEŁNIENIA MAKSYMALNYCH WARTOŚCI WSPÓŁCZYNNIKÓW PRZENIKANIA CIEPŁA – Z WARSTWAMI (OD GÓRY) - POSADZKA CIENKOWARSTWOWA EPOXY (10 MM), PODKŁAD Z CHUDEGO BETONU (50 MM), FOLIA PE, IZOLACJA TERMICZNA (300 MM), IZOLACJA PRZECIWWILGOCIOWA Z FOLII PE, PŁYTA BETONOWA ZBROJONA SIATKĄ (200 MM), ZAGĘSZCZONA PODSYPKA PIASKOWA (300 MM). STROPY - USUNIĘCIE WSZYSTKICH ISTNIEJĄCYCH WARSTW WYKOŃCZENIOWYCH STROPU - OCENA ORAZ PRZEGLĄD STANU TECHNICZNEGO STALOWYCH BELEK STROPOWYCH – SPRAWDZENIE MOŻLIWOŚCI PONOWNEGO WYKORZYSTANIA BELEK DO KONSTRUKCJI MODERNIZOWANEGO STROPU - WYKONANIE NOWEGO STROPU – W MOMENCIE BRAKU MOŻLIWOŚCI WYKORZYSTANIA ISTNIEJĄCYCH BELEK, NALEŻY UŻYĆ BELEK STALOWYCH O WYSOKOŚCI 180 MM. NALEŻY UŁOŻYĆ WARSTWY – OD GÓRY: MATA WINYLOWA „BOLON” (5 MM), MATA WYGŁUSZAJĄCA (10 MM), SPOIWO POD MATĘ (5 MM), DYKTA POD PODŁOGĘ (10MM), STROPOWA BELKA STALOWA (180 MM) Z IZOLACJĄ AKUSTYCZNĄ (93 MM I 77MM), PRZESTRZEŃ INSTALACYJNA (420 MM), SUFIT PODWIESZANY NA KONSTRUKCJI STALOWEJ WIESZAKOWEJ (560 MM). STOLARKA OKIENNA I DRZWIOWA - WYMIANA POJEDYNCZYCH ZNISZCZONYCH OKIEN ALUMINIOWYCH NA NOWE O TAKIM SAMYM WYGLĄDZIE, WYMIARACH ORAZ ALUMINIOWYM WYKOŃCZENIU, ORAZ WSPÓŁCZYNNIKU PRZENIKANIA CIEPŁA MNIEJSZYM OD U= 1.80 W/ M2K. - WYMIANA DRZWI WEJŚCIOWYCH OD STRONY PÓŁNOCNO-WSCHODNIEJ NA NOWE ELEMENTY O ALUMINIOWYM WYKOŃCZENIU, SPEŁNIAJĄCE WYMOGI WYJŚĆ EWAKUACYJNYCH O MINIMALNYCH WYMIARACH W ŚWIETLE 90 CM X 210 CM, W PRZYPADKU DRZWI JEDNOSKRZYDŁOWYCH, ORAZ 180X210 CM, W PRZYPADKU DRZWI DWUSKRZYDŁOWYCH.


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A

Sections/ Section C-C A

17.20m

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25

575

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636

425

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CMCPH_KPI_ARC_MGR_PR_009

30

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8.0m

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POZIOM 02_PIĘTRO

III' III

4.4m

30

415

410

25

MODERNIZACJA ISTNIEJĄCEGO BUDYNKU PODSTACJI – OPIS PRAC BUDOWLANYCH

POZIOM 01_PIĘTRO

II' II

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410

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25

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575

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-1.80m

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PODŁOGA NA GRUNCIE POSADZKA CIENKOWARSTWOWA EPOXY WARSTWA WYRÓWNAWCZA - PODKŁAD Z CHUDEGO BETONU

K. 2cm 4-6 cm

NAWIERZCHNIA ZEW. Z KOSTKI BRUKOWEJ WARSTWA WYKOŃCZENIOWA: KOSTKA BRUKOWA WARSTWA WYRÓWNAWCZA Z BETONU CHUDEGO ZE SPADKIEM 1%

ŚCIANY ZEWNĘTRZNE I WEWNĘTRZNE - USUNIĘCIE ORAZ WYMIANA ELEMENTÓW ELEWACJI PÓŁNOCNO- WSCHODNIEJ – WITRYN – NA SYSTEM PRZESZKLEŃ FASADOWYCH FIRMY ALUPROF O KONSTRUKCJI SŁUPOWO- RYGLOWEJ ZE SZKLENIEM POTRÓJNYM - WYBURZENIE POJEDYNCZYCH ŚCIAN DZIAŁOWYCH (WG RYSUNKU) - WYKONANIE NOWYCH ŚCIAN DZIAŁOWYCH W CELU PODZIAŁU FUNKCJONALNEGO OBIEKTU INSTALACJE - USUNIĘCIE STARYCH INSTALACJI I URZĄDZEŃ SŁUŻĄCYCH DO KONTROLI RUCHU SZYBKIEJ MIEJSKIEJ KOLEI PODŁOGI - USUNIĘCIE WSZELKICH DOTYCHCZASOWYCH WARSTW WYKOŃCZENIOWYCH PODŁÓG - WYKONANIE NOWYCH WARSTW PODŁOGI NA GRUNCIE – W CELU SPEŁNIENIA MAKSYMALNYCH WARTOŚCI WSPÓŁCZYNNIKÓW PRZENIKANIA CIEPŁA – Z WARSTWAMI (OD GÓRY) - POSADZKA CIENKOWARSTWOWA EPOXY (10 MM), PODKŁAD Z CHUDEGO BETONU (50 MM), FOLIA PE, IZOLACJA TERMICZNA (300 MM), IZOLACJA PRZECIWWILGOCIOWA Z FOLII PE, PŁYTA BETONOWA ZBROJONA SIATKĄ (200 MM), ZAGĘSZCZONA PODSYPKA PIASKOWA (300 MM). STROPY - USUNIĘCIE WSZYSTKICH ISTNIEJĄCYCH WARSTW WYKOŃCZENIOWYCH STROPU - OCENA ORAZ PRZEGLĄD STANU TECHNICZNEGO STALOWYCH BELEK STROPOWYCH – SPRAWDZENIE MOŻLIWOŚCI PONOWNEGO WYKORZYSTANIA BELEK DO KONSTRUKCJI MODERNIZOWANEGO STROPU - WYKONANIE NOWEGO STROPU – W MOMENCIE BRAKU MOŻLIWOŚCI WYKORZYSTANIA ISTNIEJĄCYCH BELEK, NALEŻY UŻYĆ BELEK STALOWYCH O WYSOKOŚCI 180 MM. NALEŻY UŁOŻYĆ WARSTWY – OD GÓRY: MATA WINYLOWA „BOLON” (5 MM), MATA WYGŁUSZAJĄCA (10 MM), SPOIWO POD MATĘ (5 MM), DYKTA POD PODŁOGĘ (10MM), STROPOWA BELKA STALOWA (180 MM) Z IZOLACJĄ AKUSTYCZNĄ (93 MM I 77MM), PRZESTRZEŃ INSTALACYJNA (420 MM), SUFIT PODWIESZANY NA KONSTRUKCJI STALOWEJ WIESZAKOWEJ (560 MM). STOLARKA OKIENNA I DRZWIOWA - WYMIANA POJEDYNCZYCH ZNISZCZONYCH OKIEN ALUMINIOWYCH NA NOWE O TAKIM SAMYM WYGLĄDZIE, WYMIARACH ORAZ ALUMINIOWYM WYKOŃCZENIU, ORAZ WSPÓŁCZYNNIKU PRZENIKANIA CIEPŁA MNIEJSZYM OD U= 1.80 W/ M2K. - WYMIANA DRZWI WEJŚCIOWYCH OD STRONY PÓŁNOCNO-WSCHODNIEJ NA NOWE ELEMENTY O ALUMINIOWYM WYKOŃCZENIU, SPEŁNIAJĄCE WYMOGI WYJŚĆ EWAKUACYJNYCH O MINIMALNYCH WYMIARACH W ŚWIETLE 90 CM X 210 CM, W PRZYPADKU DRZWI JEDNOSKRZYDŁOWYCH, ORAZ 180X210 CM, W PRZYPADKU DRZWI DWUSKRZYDŁOWYCH.

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024 Staircase 22 m²

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WC Male 16 m²

Technical room 9 m²

022 WC Male Hall 8 m²

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UP

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WC Disabled 9 m²

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8400

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8700

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6000

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007

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WC Female 16 m²

WC Male 16 m²

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022 WC Male Hall 8 m²

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WC Male 12 m²

6600

Energy and Installations/ I U-value analysis

1272.5 0

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WC Disabled 7 m²

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M

6000

4200

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6271.14

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0.40

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018

028

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WC Disabled Hall 8 m²

WC Disabled 10 m²

006

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C

Co-working space 21 m²

024 Staircase 22 m²

002

WC Female Hall 10 m²

UP

026 WC Female 15 m²

WC Male Hall 10 m²

005

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WC Disabled 9 m²

8400

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025 WC Female Hall 6 m²

019

004 WC Disabled Hall 4 m²

8400

1.50

E 027

8700

/Basement walls

0.20

5

E

0.30

Cafe 13 m²

29700

0.40

6000

/Partition walls

8700

0.40

017 Communication 791 m²

6000

/External walls West

0.30

020 Reception 16 m²

/Foundation 008

007

003

001

WC Female 16 m²

WC Male 16 m²

Technical room 9 m²

022 WC Male Hall 8 m²

Staircase 21 m²

A

023 WC Male 12 m²

A

3600

4200

4500

4200

5400

6000

6000

6000

33

6000

52500

1

2

3

4

5

7

8

10

11

12

13


Planning/ Outline Start:

Oct/1/19

Finish: Oct/15/19 Project:

Scheme Design ID: 1

Dur: 14 days

Start:  Tue 10/16/19 ID:   2 Finish: Tue 11/06/19 Dur: 21 days Res:    

Detail Design I Start:  Wed 11/07/19ID:   3 Finish: Wed 11/14/19Dur: 7 days Res:    

Detail Design II + Tender

Production + Execution

Start:  Thu 11/15/19 ID:   4 Finish: Wed 12/06/20 Dur: 25 days Res:    

Start:  Thu 12/09/19 ID:   5 Finish: Thu 12/30/19 Dur: 21 days Res:    

Construction Start:  Fri 1/02/20 ID:   6 Finish: Thu 1/21/21 Dur: 365 days Res:    

Handover Start:  Fri 1/24/21 Finish: Fri 1/27/21 Res:    

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ID:   7 Dur: 3 days


Budget/ Project cost estimate

Estimated total cost: Construction cost Basement / cellar Fixed furniture including kitchen

Area in m2 5 800 2 051 7 851

kr/m2 17 000 10 000 0

OutiTotal estimated construction cost Consultant Fees(10% of construction cost) Architect (incl. Site supervision) Engineer

6% 124 110 000 4% 124 110 000

2 000 000 Kr

Sub total

138 521 000 Kr 5% 136 521 000

6 826 050 Kr 145 347 050 Kr

Total excluding VAT

Total estimated project cost

7 446 600 Kr 4 964 400 Kr 136 521 000 Kr

Service charges

VAT(Value Added Tax)

Curr. Kr Kr Kr

124 110 000 Kr

Sub total

Contingencies

Total 98 600 000 20 510 000 5 000 000

25% 145 347 050

36 336 763 Kr 181 683 813 Kr

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Bachelor project of Architectural Technology and Construction Management Authors : Karolina Ewa Piotrowska and Haya Termanini/ Horsens, 2019/2020

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