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BBQ TRUCK

GARFIELD

UDBS/IOP for cityLA Billy Snow Ibrahim Garcia-Bengochea Laura Maund

Benjamin Imhoff

Katherine Kokoska

NEIGHBORHOOD

6% PLACE INCENTIVE

PROPOSAL


BBQ TRUCK GARFIELD NEIGHBORHOOD 6% PLACE INCENTIVE PROPOSAL

BBQ TRUCK

GARFIELD

UDBS/IOP for cityLA Billy Snow Ibrahim Garcia-Bengochea Laura Maund

Benjamin Imhoff

Katherine Kokoska

NEIGHBORHOOD

6% PLACE INCENTIVE

UDBS/IOP 2011

PROPOSAL


© Benjamin Imhoff, Ibrahim Garcia-Bengochea, Katherine Kokoska, Laura Maund and Billy Snow. This project was developed by the students of Carnegie Mellon University under the supervision of John Folan , AIA, LEED BD+C, T. David Fitz-Gibbon Associate Chair and Director of the Urban Design Build Studio (UDBS). THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER OR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUB-CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE ARCHITECT. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE (CA 1.00 - CA 1.01) AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE (ALLEGHENY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT). We thank John Folan, Eve Picket, cityLAB and the Residents of Garfield for their support and efforts to make this proposal happen. Code Requirements Compliance with criteria outlined in the following sources is mandatory: 1. ICC International Building Code 2009 Edition, Prescriptive Component Compliant 2. ICC International Residential Code 2006 Edition, Prescriptive Component Compliant 3. Governing AHJ Land Use and Zoning Ordinances/Codes 4. Americans with Disabilities Act 2000 Edition and all subsequent Amendments 5. ANSI 117 Note: Compliance with any alternate or complimentary criteria sources referred to in the sources listed above is mandatory. In cases where building components are subject of contradictory criteria, the more restrictive criteria will prevail.

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Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations Index: Governing Use Stipulations Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Annotated Plan Incentive Proposal: Elevation and Site Plan Incentive Proposal: Section and RCP Incentive Proposal: Sections Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis INDEX: GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS

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Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations Index: Governing Use Stipulations Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Annotated Plan Incentive Proposal: Elevation and Site Plan Incentive Proposal: Section and RCP Incentive Proposal: Sections Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis


INTRODUCTION


Nearly thirty years since the collapse of the steel industry, Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas are still feeling the impact on its decreasing population. The 2000 Census revealed a significant gap in 25 to 40 year old age group. This group embodies young professionals, artists, entrepreneurs and other creative minds needed in a thriving urban environment. Pittsburgh’s aging population was shockingly higher than the average city in comparison to the younger population. For a city to be successful in business, it needs the 25 to 40 demographic to work and bring fresh, new ideas. Studies have shown cities that are successful and thriving usually have populations that consists of 6% “creative” workers. Creative workers fall into one of two subcategories: -Architects, surveyors, cartographers and engineers -Arts, design, entertainment and media occupations Though Pittsburgh has lost over 28,000 residents between 2000 and 2010, it gained more than 12,000 residents in the 25 to 40 year-old age group. Since this initial decline was so monumental, groups such a cityLAB have been performing experiments that have been implented in order to bring populations of certain groups back up. The Penn Avenue Arts Initiative was an experiment that was launched fifteen years ago that began to turn Penn Avenue into a hotbed of artistic talent. To a certain degree this experiment is a success and is still flourishing today, but it still hasn’t accomplished the more complicated goal of stitching together the two neighborhoods, Garfield and Friendship, that border it. Penn Avenue, instead, has become its own neighborhood, furthering the gap between Friendship and Garfield. Friendship, to the south of Penn Avenue, has flourished into a functioning community that has already surpassed the 6% of “creative” workers. It is now cityLAB’s intent to make the same thing happen within Garfield and allow the two neighborhoods to come together.

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The first map shows the percentage of creative workers and the second shows the creative ones divided by the regular occupation. As you can see Friendship has exceeded its 6% quota whereas Garfield hasn’t even hit 1% yet. (DRAFT - 6%)

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In order to make the 6% Place happen, a Toolbox of Incentives are being put into action. This toolbox has things such as a community BBQ and T-shirt contest, affordable tiny housing, an exercise park, and a kid cafe ran by kids for kids to name a few. A group of 70 architecture students from Carnegie Mellon University, under the supervision of Professor John Folan, will develop the 16 initiatives thoroughly and have an idea on how to get them going throughout the Garfield neighborhood. Will this toolbox and 6% “creative” worker population come to fruition? It will all depend on the community and how far they want to see this go. SIX PERCENT STUDY SUMMARY NARRATIVE: INTRODUCTION, OVERVIEW

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MISSION STATEMENT The BBQ and T-Shirt incentive provides the community with an opportunity to gather and celebrate living in Garfield. The BBQ is a community cook-off to promote interaction amongst Garfield residents in a setting they call home. It is a celebration of traditions, recipes and Garfield. While this food inspired competition is intended for the adults to participate in, alongside is an art-inspired T-Shirt competition for the children.

MoBBQ (n.) - Mobile BBQ; a regularly planned community event, where the truck will journey to sites within

Garfield, promoting residents to gather and enjoy good food

PRIORITIES The BBQ and T-Shirt Initiatives will aid in giving Garfield the push it needs to clean itself up. This initiative is geared to: Make Garfield more visible. Make Garfield an entrepreneurial

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Make Garfield diverse.

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PROCEDURES & STEPS FOR THE BBQ COOK-OFF:

Break out your world fam 1. Find sponsorship from local BBQ restaurant who is willing to come support and promote the competition. BBQ food, sauses, and -Have them come to the BBQ competition and sell food during -- possibly full price and ask for a donation of a percentage of their profits. drinks and see how they -Ask BBQ business to have a worker participate as a guest judge for the competition. measure up to your neigh 2. Find a community venue to host BBQ contest and T-Shirt Contest. 3. Competition Cook-off: bors. -Have an entry fee of around $20 in order to start to accumulate funds to purchase mobile unit to travel around Garfield community. -Have participants cook and prepare their competition food item at their home and bring to community venue ready for competition. 4. Top 5 winners will have their recipes sold in the truck when it is obtained.

satellite locations: for the barbecue mobile units to travel to in the Garfield

a following is developed as the mobile unit serves customers in various locations week after week

a knitting together of the region as people from different communities cross borders to buy barbecue and participate in events central location: for larger events..will be somewhere on or near Penn Ave.

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IMPLEMENTATION JUNE/JULY

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Garfield BBQ cook-off WHEN: xx/xx/xx WHERE: Fort Pitt

Elementary School ADMISSION: $20 $6/Entry FREE FOR SPECTATORS Break out your world famous BBQ food, sauses, and drinks and see how they measure up to your neighbors.

Top 5 winners get to have their reciepe sold...

Interested in being a guest judge? Contact us at garfieldbbq@gmail.com

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Garfield T-Shirt Contest

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WHEN: xx/xx/xx WHERE: Fort Pitt

Elementary School ADMISSION: $10 $3/Entry FREE FOR SPECTATORS Are you artistic? Do you love to draw? If so, then come enter the contest to see if you have what it takes to create Garfield’s winning t-shirt design!!

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Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations Index: Governing Use Stipulations Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Annotated Plan Incentive Proposal: Elevation and Site Plan Incentive Proposal: Section and RCP Incentive Proposal: Sections Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis


DEMOGRAPHICS


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GENERAL DEMOGRAPHICS Median income is low accross the community; however it is especially low in the region to the north, represented by the green swatch. This is also the region of lowest population density, youngest age and the highest ratio African American residents to residents of other races. (www.city-data.com) (www. city.pittsburgh.pa.us) (CITYlab 6% place study p18)

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age by house-holder type 15-24 years old 25-44 years old 45-65 years old 65 + years old

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OWNER OCCUPIED 0.8% 24.9% 41.1% 33%

RENTER OCCUPIED 8.8% 48.8% 26.1% 16.2%


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RESTAURANTS & CAFES these are not considered ‘creative work places’, however they are listed because of the nature of Mo-BBQ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Calabria’s Italian Pho Minh Spac Brothers Toros Ribs and Brews Peoples Indian Restaurant RibZ Best Barbecue Big Fat Greek(BFG) Cafe Quiet Storm Voluto Coffee Salt of the Earth

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businesses that provide services that are within the realm of the arts Mocha Rose Floral Design Mel’s Outlaw Tattoo Parlor Beja’s African Braids Loysen Kreuthmeier Architects Edge Studio Architects

public locations where project have been done in the past 1. 2.

G-Tech Sunflower Garden EcoDesignersGuild Green Screen project

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BUSINESS TYPES The area outlined in pink represents the 6% zone as specified by CityLAB. Business were catalogued on a basis of how relevant they were to the 6% plan, to the Mo-BBQ initiative, or to the creative interest in the communtiy. The types are restaurants/cafes, creative service businesses, studios/creative institutions, and support groups. Each group is color coordinated in the swatch and the number lists read left to right. (www. city.pittsburgh.pa.us)


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OCCUPATION DEMOGRAPHICS Approximately 186 people living in the community are in the arts, entertainment, or food services industry which is about 3.5% of the total population of 5450. A contingent of this percentage would be classified as ‘creative workers.’ All percentages in the graphs above are made with respect to the 5450 total. (www. city.pittsburgh.pa.us)

STUDIOS / CREATIVE INSTITUTIONS institutions that are comprised of artists in a studio, exhibition and/ or performance setting who are also engaged in teaching or tutoring services for the community and for youth 1. 2. 3.

Pittsburgh Glass Center Renaissance & Baroque Society Dance Alloy

SUPPORT GROUPS businesses that support the creative worker through supply of materials, through grants, or through loans 1. 2. 3.

The Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (various outposts) The Sprout Fund Tunnel Gallery

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Spacious green spaces are most desirable to host MoBBQ vehicle.The Garfield neighborhood offers many parks and empty lots to be taken advantage of and re-purposed. To host the large gathering of residents. Communal spaces, familiar to the neighborhood are prime locations for the event locations. The Fort Pitt Elementary School and the Nelson Mandela PeaceParkareideallocationsforsuchanevent.

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The MoBBQ event is most successful with large crowds of people attending. Therefor, sites are analyzed with respect to adjacency to bus stops and proximity to socially-activated spaces. MoBBQ sites are all easily accessible by foot to Garfield residents, and by public transportation to those from close neighborhoods. Necessity for the ease of access is to encourage a greater diversity in the Garfield community.

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The MoBBQ event calls for an integration of adjacent neighborhoods into Garfield to increase an interaction between neighborhoods. The MoBBQ locations are strategically scattered throughout Garfield. These satellites are designed to incrementally dive deeper into Garfield to steadily acclimate all people into Garfield. This will, in turn, develop an intermigrational flow between Garfield and surrounding neighborhood residents. This will in turn, provide a growth in the visibility of Garfield in the neighborhood, the entrepreneurial opportunities of Garfield residents, community diversity, and neighborhood safety.

Map portrays the satellite locations with respect to their size and occupancy-holding capabilities. The darker ring on Penn Ave signifies the permanent parking spot for the MoBBQ truck and its ability to act as a storefront for the event.

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Odors persistent to the site after six or more volumes of odor-free air is clear. The odors permeating from the BBQ will be cleared by winds and natural breezes. With the dispersing of the odors of the BBQ, all surrounding peoples will be enticed to explore the cause of the smell. The “odors” caused by the setup of the events are another form of advertising.

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This section will address the criteria used in selecting desirable sites for MoBBQ to park when not in use, for the kick-off competition, and for the satellite parking locations. The topics investigated include setbacks, street frontage, site use and adjacent lot characteristics. Desirable Setbacks While the MoBBQ truck itself does not rely on parcels of land, the people who come to purchase food from the truck need ample adjacent space to gather and eat. Therefore, the most desirable sites to park the truck are as open as possible without being too removed from the community. If there are existing structures near the parking sites, the setbacks should preferably be at least 10-15 feet from the street, such that people may congregate safely away from traffic. Street Frontage Because the nature of MoBBQ is that it moves around the neighborhood, it is desirable to park the truck along a variety of streets, ranging from mostly residential to main throughways. This will attract Garfield residents as well as people in the surrounding neighborhoods, or even some people passing through the area. By stopping along some streets outside the 6% Place, MoBBQ could be a catalyst for spreading the positive qualities of a creative neighborhood throughout Garfield. Site Use The most desirable sites to park MoBBQ are at community oriented sites or buildings with adjacent open spaces or playgrounds. In general, it is important for MoBBQ to park at locations where impromptu gatherings would be appropriate and accepted by the nearby residents. Adjacent Lot Characteristics MoBBQ is designed to attract people of all ages; therefore it is desirable to park the truck near family-friendly locations. Seeing as most of Garfield is residential, there are not a whole lot of options in terms of the adjacent lots, however the nearby housing should preferably be of decent quality to promote safety and so as not to deter potential customers.

Site Utilization of Permanent Parking Location Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation, Penn Ave. and North Evaline St. Seeing as the MoBBQ truck will be owned by Ribs Z Best, it seems fitting that the truck be parked along Penn Ave. near the main restaurant. However because the MoBBQ truck will serve as additional advertising for Ribs Z Best, it would be beneficial to park the truck a block or two down the road. Generally in support of MoBBQ, the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation has agreed to let the truck park next to their building, along North Evaline St. just off of Penn Ave, when it is not in use. The MoBBQ truck will hopefully help to promote the corporation in addition to promoting Ribs Z Best, all the while maintaining a Garfield identity.

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Site Utilization of Satellite Parking Locations Fort Pitt Elementary School, Hillcrest St. and North Winebiddle St. Although the actual school is located just a few feet off the road, the large field and playground provide plenty of open space for people to congregate while eating food from MoBBQ. The presence of the sports fields means that this site would be well utilized in the warmer months; people could plan to play a game and then get food at MoBBQ, or perhaps MoBBQ would attract enough people for an impromptu game. Hillcrest St. comes to a dead end just past the school, so there is not any traffic passing by the site. This means that although traffic-related safety issues are significantly reduced at this site, people must seek out MoBBQ when the truck is located here. Being located next to a former elementary school indicates that the site is definitely family friendly and acceptable for public gathering. Furthermore, this location in the Northwest of Garfield may help to inform residents on top of the hill of the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation’s projects and incentives. Nelson Mandela Peace Park, North Evaline St. and Broad St. The presence of the playground at this park makes it an ideal location to attract families with young children to MoBBQ. North Evaline St. is one of the main throughways between Friendship and Garfield, which means MoBBQ could attract residents from the surrounding neighborhoods when located at this site. While this means there could be a fair amount of traffic depending on the time of day, it will be a crucial location for MoBBQ because it is one of the most visible green spaces in Garfield. Adjacent to the park are generally nice houses and the King of Kings Baptist Ministry; these can be considered assets to the site because they promote positive activity. Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation Youth, North Pacific Ave. and Dearborn St. The setback of this youth center is slightly larger than those of the surrounding buildings, roughly 8’ compared to 5‘. While this does not provide a copious amount of gathering space for MoBBQ customers, there are several open lots nearby and the building itself could be used if prior arrangements are made. Being located just off of Penn Ave along North Pacific Ave, there is a good deal of traffic running past this site, not to mention parents drive by frequently to drop off or pick up their children. If parents are rushed for dinner when they pick up their children, MoBBQ would be a fast and convenient option for them. Furthermore, the adjacent properties are currently well maintained, meaning the area evokes a feeling of safety.

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St. Lawrence O’Toole Community Center, North Atlantic Ave. and Broad St.* Being one of the primary community gathering location in Garfield in addition to being located along a major throughway between Friendship and Garfield, this site has the potential to attract many residents from both aforementioned neighborhoods. Community gathering is an inherent use of the site, meaning MoBBQ should not face opposition to operating here. The setback of the building from the road is not ideal, but the interior space and large parking lot provide ample gathering space. *Site also to be used for initial kick-off competition.

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DESIRABLE SITE CONDITIONS TO ATTRACT GARFIELD RESIDENTS DESIRABLE SITE CONDITIONS TO ATTRACT SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOOD RESIDENTS POTENTIAL MOBBQ PARKING LOCATIONS

The diagram above indicates the different site conditions that are believed to attract strictly Garfield residents or residents of surrounding neighborhoods to the MoBBQ truck. Optimally, the truck will park in locations of both varieties in order to appeal to different groups of people.

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According to Pittsburgh zoning laws, the existing site conditions at the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation, on Penn Ave. and North Evaline St, meet the Mixed Use/Commercial zoning requirements. However according to Title Nine of the Pittsburgh Code, the sites for all five of the MoBBQ satellite parking locations deviate from the prescribed land use, in this case residential. As a result of Article VII (Non-Conformities) of the Pittsburgh Zoning Code however, these sites may retain their initial uses so long as they have valid Certificates of Occupancy. These sites provide potential opportunities for MoBBQ because they promote community gathering within a residential area.

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North Winebiddle St. Residential zoning does not allow for educational facilities, however the Fort Pitt Elementary School was grandfathered into this zoning district. Nonetheless, this can be seen as an opportunity for MoBBQ, especially considering that there are five or six youth football games for the Garfield Gators held at this site each year, with each game attracting crowds for roughly five hours. Spatially much more open than the surrounding residential area, the Fort Pitt Elementary School and field provide an excellent space for the community to assemble; the fact that the school is no longer open means that the building itself could potentially be used as an indoor venue for MoBBQ in the event of rain. Furthermore, the MoBBQ truck route does not need to be scheduled around the school day.

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2 Nelson Mandela Peace Park, North Evaline St. and Broad St.

While parks are an integral component of neighborhoods, they technically should be zoned separately as Parks and Open Space. Granted that the Nelson Mandela Peace Park is located within Garfield’s residential zone as well as the 6% Place, MoBBQ will want to utilize this space. This park will serve as an effective gathering space for the community because there is little risk of intruding on private property and the playground will help attract families with children, which is one of the criteria addressed by MoBBQ.

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Dearborn St. In a strictly residential area, youth centers would not be allowed. Given that the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation Youth is already existing however, it provides a prime opportunity for MoBBQ to promote family-friendly activities in Garfield. As is often the case, children spend time at youth centers while their parents are working; this means that parents might be picking up their children from this location around dinner time, thus encouraging business for MoBBQ.

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Broad St. The proper zoning classification for a community center would be Residential Planned Unit Development. The available zoning map for Garfield simply designates the site as being Residential, so it is unclear whether there is a further distinction for this parcel of land or not. Regardless if the site is or isn’t zoned for this specific use, the existing community center is a crucial satellite location for MoBBQ due to its central location within the 6% Place. The community center is also a prime location for the kick-off competition because there is a sizeable parking lot in case people need to drive to attend. Furthermore, in the event of rain during the competition, the building itself could be utilized to accommodate a larger crowd than MoBBQ would normally attract. This is of particular importance because if people are preparing their BBQ recipes for the initial competition, a sudden cancellation of the event would be a disappointment to the community.

5 Jubilee Youth Center, Donna St. and Hillcrest St.

As aforementioned with the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation Youth, youth centers do not technically belong in residentially zoned areas. While this location is well outside of the 6% Place, the fact that children already congregate here means that MoBBQ should take advantage of this opportunity to further promote familyfriendy activities. The space around this youth center is much more open than that around the BGC Youth center, thus providing ample outdoor gathering space. It looks as if there used to be a playground on this site and the ground was sculpted into an amphitheater, so it might be possible to fix up these outdoor spaces and form another park-like space within the Residential zone.

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rain. The siting schedule for MoBBQ on the next page shows which sites are most desirable for different times of the year. There is the potential to make arrangements to use the buildings at all the satellite locations (except Nelson Mandela Peace Park), although this should not be necessary unless an unpredictable problem arises. For the kick-off competition however, it will be useful to make arrangements to use the St. Lawrence O’Toole Community Center since there might be lots of people attending for a period of up to several hours and the T-shirt competition will require tables to draw on.

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The wind rose above shows the wind patterns in Pittsburgh. According to the chart, wind blows from the West about 10% of the time.

The sun path diagram above shows the sun patterns for Pittsburgh. According to the chart, on the summer solstice the sun rises at 5:50 and sets at 20:54, and on the winter solstice the sun rises at 7:40 and sets at 16:57.

Fort Pitt Elementary School, Hillcrest St. and North Winebiddle St. The Fort Pitt Elementary School grounds were selected due to the large open space and available amenities. Children may play in the field or the adjacent playground during the event and parents will still be able to keep a watchful eye over them. Because the fields on this site do not have a formal drainage system however, this site will not be very desirable during the spring. There are only a few tables and benches, however MoBBQ comes with its own supply of seating. It is important to note that there are bright flood lights at this location, so people will feel safe eating here during the evening hours. Another benefit of this location is that is located in the Western portion of Garfield and winds typically blow from the West. This means that as MoBBQ is cooking at this location, the smell of the food will carry across the neighborhood and hopefully attract people to the site.

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Nelson Mandela Peace Park, North Evaline St. and Broad St. One of the main reasons this site was selected was that it has a well equipped playground, in addition to a few picnic tables. This will help ensure that MoBBQ attracts families with children, which is an important criteria for the incentive. There are also numerous street lights surrounding the entire park, making it one of the safer locations for MoBBQ during the evening. While there is not a designated parking area for this site, there is on-street parking on the block. Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation Youth, North Pacific Ave. and Dearborn St. While this location is the smallest in terms of open space, it is only two blocks away from Penn Ave, so people from surrounding neighborhoods such as Friendship may be more likely to go to MoBBQ when it is parked here. Other benefits of this site are that it is located on the Eastern side of the block, which may help to reduce the effect of winter winds blowing from the West, and drainage off of the site is minimal since most rain water is directed into gutters on the building. Once again, there is not any parking for this site specifically, but there is on-street parking and this site is low on the hill for people walking or biking to this location. St. Lawrence O’Toole Community Center, North Atlantic Ave. and Broad St. In terms of interior amenities, this site is the most equipped, with plentiful open floor space and folding furniture, however arrangements must be made prior to using the interior space. There is a sizeable parking lot on the site and plenty of street lights in the area. While this site is not characterized by any green space, the parking lot is designed to drain water away from the building and there is some informal seating outside on the stairs and walls. Furthermore, being located along North Atlantic Ave. and Broad St. means that there is a fair amount of traffic nearby, hopefully attracting customers to MoBBQ. One downside to this site is that there is a large building just South of the site which may block some of the winter sunlight coming from a low angle in the sky. Jubilee Youth Center, Donna St. and Hillcrest St. Although this site is located in one of the more remote areas of Garfield, it does offer some good exterior conditions. There is an amphitheater sculpted into the ground in front of the building, which would be ideal for sitting in while eating food from MoBBQ. This amphitheater opens towards the East, so it may even be a useful wind break during winter months, however it will not drain water well during the spring. Furthermore, being located towards the top of the hill means that there will be plenty of Southern sunlight reaching the site, even when the sun is low in the sky in the winter. There is some street lighting near this site, however this might not be the safest location for MoBBQ to park when it is dark because it is fairly secluded.

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After MoBBQ reaches its destination, the chair rack will be lowered onto the side of the truck and the chairs will be removed. These chairs can be arranged into clusters to form tables as well.

Once the chairs are removed, the surface that they were attached to can flex upward to create a canopy over the ordering window. This canopy will provide MoBBQ customers with shade from the sun and shelter from the rain.

In the winter months, a portable propane heater can be used to warm MoBBQ customers as they order their food. The canopy will help keep the heat low enough to the ground such that customers will feel warm when eating under the shelter.

During the coldest months, an additional flexible panel can be attached to the canopy to help block winds and prevent heat from the heater from escaping.

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The annual schedule above shows where MoBBQ will be parking each day of the year, as well as what times it will be there. In general, MoBBQ’s hours are determined by when the sun sets as well as when people are likely working. Green spaces are utilized primarily in the summer and fall, while youth centers are utilized primarily during the school year. Also of importance, MoBBQ does not have a weekly schedule such that people can enjoy getting food at different locations regardless of their personal schedules. This will also help encourage people to explore the neighborhood in more depth.

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CHICAGO, IL

MOONLIGHT 3

http://www.moonliteexpress.com/index.html chinese, vietnamese, japanese, korean, thai lunches

Versatility: Fixed;

Carnegie Mellon University Intramural Field, Margaret Morrison Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232

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DOZEN

http://dozenbakeshop.com/cupcake-truck/ desserts and cupcakes

Versatility: Fixed + Mobile;

all around Pittsburgh, PA Lawrenceville, 3511 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 Oakland, 417 S. Craig Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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FRANKTUARY

THE GOODIE TRUCK

http://franktuary.com/ hot dogs, vegetarian dogs, smoothies and ice cream

http://twitter.com/#!/thegoodietruck sweets and baked goods

Versatility: Mobile; xxxxxxx all around Pittsburgh, PA xxxxxxx

Versatility: Fixed + Mobile; all around Pittsburgh, PA Downtown, 325 Oliver Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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FRESH LOCAL WILD Vancouver, BC “Powered by Fish n’ Chips” http://www.freshlocalwild.com/index.htm All of the vegetable oil used to fry the meat and seafood is reused to power the generators inside the truck. An onboard intake and custom filtering sytem from Switchover (http://www. switchover.ca/) allow the generator to utilize oil from any source. “By converting a high efficiency diesel generator to operate using 100% vegetable oil, Fresh Local Wild is able to power the electrical components of the restaurant using waste biomass thus offsetting the consumption of propane for cooking.” This food truck strives for sustainability in every method possible. The menu, primarily sandwiches and sides, is crafted around local and seasonal products from humane farms and fishermen. Everything is made fresh upon order, and the menu changes almost daily to ensure variety for the customers. The design for this business’ mobile restaurant is inspired by the landscape of Vancouver. The textures, materials and tones are intended to blend with its urban context with a rustic, and yet contemporary influence. There is a four person patio space for the ultimate food truck experience.

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BUNS Seattle, WA “Gourmet Natural Burgers� http://bunsonwheels.com/burgers.html This food truck integrates sustainability with a classic American favortie, the burger. All of the menu products are from local vendors to reduce greenhouse gases emmited from trucking from farm to order. The meat used is 100% natural and organic ingredients from grass-fed, free range cattle with no hormones or antibiotics. Even the condiments are made in house, with no high fructose corn syrup. Left-overs and other scraps are composted. All cutlery and containers are made from recycled materials as a part of the sustainability mantra. Cleanliness, freshness and food free of chemicals and preservatives are a main perogative when selling quick, wholesome and affordable food. The truck has collapsible wall components that allow for upfront and personal seating with views into the kitchen. This proximity to the action creates an iconic frenzy of activity for the success of this business wherever it parks.

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stay in the loop research local news post to online media sources investigate blogs and food reviews

go to commisary go to the market team meeting plan the day update twitter check email make coffee wake up

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prepare chop food blend sauces relocate fridge items to truck stock supplies replenish propane review notes from previous day discuss today’s menu go over specials cook feedback

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make an impression love of cooking for the people strong knowledge of BBQ recipes passion for Garfield


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Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations Index: Governing Use Stipulations Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Annotated Plan Incentive Proposal: Elevation and Site Plan Incentive Proposal: Section and RCP Incentive Proposal: Sections Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis


EXPENSES


This startup business proposal is a contemporary twist on the classic idea of a barbeque. MoBBQ will be an innovative and delectable icon for the community, emenating an intoxicating aroma wherever it goes. This restaurant-on-wheels, functions like an ice cream truck; circulating about Garfield, ready to stop for whoever hails it over.

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A food truck is an idea that has already been done successfully in Pittsburgh. MoBBQ seeks to contribute to that success while being unique to the community of Garfield. The truck introduces the possibility for MoBBQ to be an icon for the neighborhood, branding Garfield as an attraction, and weaving together the other neighborhoods in the surrounding area. The menu for the truck will feature rotating recipes from Garfield residents, chosen during an initial cook-off competition. While this food inspired competition is intended for the adults to participate in, alongside will be a separate art inspired competition for the children. Through this activity, the kids can socialize and use their imagination to create a design that inspires them about their neighborhood. The truck will sell the selected t-shirts, hats and other memorabilia MoBBQ can sell for additional profits. This bleeding-edge travelling restaurant encourages Garfield to engage in a friendly and distinctive way of competing. The seasonal menus will serve as a physical record for families and neighbors to bond over, converse, and potentially collaborate.

fast, delicious, and affordable food that is made by real people In order to get MoBBQ established financially, the idea needs an investor experienced in the food industry who would be interested in having an additional storefront on wheels in Garfield. This commissary needs to specialize in barbeque, and have a close proximity to Garfield/Penn Avenue to keep fuel expenses at a minimum. It is an opportunity to expand their restaurant in the east end of Pittsburgh. Eventually when MoBBQ’s visibility has increased, the truck has accumulated a customer following, and expenses start being paid off, the possibility for MoBBQ’s involvement in external catering events and on-call barbeque deliveries can become a reality.

DESIGN

To bring MoBBQ into existence, posters on telephone poles, local businesses, and civic facilities informing residents of the cook-off and t-shirt competition will permeate Garfield with this inspiring event. On the poster will be the MoBBQ email address and twitter website address. This communication tool allows curious readers to ask questions and brainstorm ideas for this community-wide celebration. The children’s t-shirt contest will be judged by those who choose to respond to the email address inquiry. A twitter account will be activated to inform the public of the progress of this proposal. While participants of the cook-off and t-shirt contest is exclusive to only Garfield residents, everyone is invited to the event. There will be a notion for donations to MoBBQ for residents in other communities besides Garfield to help make this idea a reality.

LOCATION

CHECK OUT COMPETITORS

RIBS Z BEST BARBEQUE 5165 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 (412) 450-8263

BFG CAFE 5335 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 (412) 661-2345

The stationary storefront, or parking spot for the truck is located on N. Evaline Street and Penn Avenue on the Garfield side. This site is adjacent to the Bloomfield Garfield Corporation Development Office at 5149 Penn Avenue. This site is chosen for MoBBQ’s visibility on a main artery in Pittsburgh, on the Garfield side of Penn Avenue.

TORO’S RIBS & BREWS 5128 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 (412) 441-4109

These three Penn Avenue restaurants can advertise the kick-off event, as they already have menus similar to that of MoBBQ. These ‘competitors’ have the ability to cultivate a following, as they are invited to judge the flavors of the initial kick-off tournament. This not only makes Garfield more visible, but also informs passer-bys of the vibrant energy of MoBBQ.

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Mobile food trucks

CUSTOM DESIGN

certified mechanic needs to conduct inspection talk to shop owner and previous customers for reviews

$125,000 - 300,000

retrofitting windows equipment installation hot running water retail payment system additional charges decorative exterior wheel rims special parts service details custom manufacturer http://www.cateringtruck.com/index.html

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$10,000 - 75,000

fully equipped vehicles http://www.cateringtruck.com/index.html

truck shells http://stepvans.com/ http://cmssystem.com/lunchtruck.htm hot dog style cart

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Preparation of the food and sauces cannot take place within the truck or in a private residence. The truck must be affiliated with a commercial kitchen facility for cooking and storage of food, supplies and propane.

KITCHEN EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS stove-top oven sink refridgerator workable counter space COMMERCIAL KITCHEN SPACES IN GARFIELD idle Horoscope Lounge 5433 Penn Avenue Angelo Restano, owner; cellphone number is posted in the front window at the property Envy Bar 4923 Penn Avenue Dr. Olakunle Taiwo, owner; difficult to track down as he lives in Maryland active Ribs Z

Best Barbeque 5128 Penn Avenue Edward employee; intrested the idea and would like to be involved

LOCATION

Toro’s Tavern 5128 Penn Avenue Kelly, proprietor; might be open to lending out her kitchen if it generates more business Laurentian Hall senior apartment building 5321 Penn Avenue Mary Anne McGill, manager; there is no stove-top or range, only sink, microwave and refrigeration facilities St. Lawrence O’Toole Activities Building Atlantic Ave and Broat Street rectory (412) 363-1771 used to have an active kitchen facility on the ground floor, current condition is questionable

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Insurance licenses &permits commercial driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s licence program $74.50 initial permit

four year license without Hazmat

City of Pittsburgh mobile food vendor business license $670 annual fee + $87 per additional employee

Bureau of Building Inspection, 200 Ross Street, Room 320, (412) 255-2858

total $5,277 per year

Allegheny County health dept. permits $52.50 city mobile unit flat fee; twice annually

$189 commissary fee

(if commissary is 2,501-5,000 square feet)

$60 food handlers permit; per person Allegheny Health Dept., Clack Bldg. #1 3901 Penn Avenue, (412) 578-7921

insurance $3,000-$5,000 premium

$50,000 bodily injury for each person $100,000 property damage per occurence City of Pittsburgh is named as additional insured

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REGULATIONS

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COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY ACT OF 1986 http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/registration-licensing/cdl/cdl.htm • • •

Makes it illegal for commercial driver’s license holders to possess more than one license Requires Pennsylvania to adopt knowlege and skills testing to ensure that individuals are qualified to operate heavy trucks Establishes minimim licensing standards and information requirements for the commercial driver’s license

VENDING ORDINANCE http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/BBI/assets/vendors/07_VendingOrdinance.pdf parking logo noise smell

mobile food vendors cannot stay longer than thirty minutes at one stop 2’ x 2’ maximum area horns or music prohibited; only the ring of a bell the truck may not emit smoke or strong odors through the preparation of goods

TAXES

FUEL

PERSONNEL

DAILY SALES projected revenue taxes owed 6% Pennsylvania sales tax added to food item

GAS $3 per gallon trucks burn one gallon per 10-12 miles 3-5 stops per day

TEAM OF TWO • Employees should be over 25 years of age with a clean driving record • Synergy between consumer and business representatives • Proper operation of vehicle; test drive, maneuvering topography, sitelines • Driver of MoBBQ will be a licensed truck motorist employed by Ribs Z Best 5165 Penn Avenue, (412) 450-8263 EMPLOYEE 1 driver cook

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Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations Index: Governing Use Stipulations Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Annotated Plan Incentive Proposal: Elevation and Site Plan Incentive Proposal: Section and RCP Incentive Proposal: Sections Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis


PROPOSAL


Q B B o M

This portion deals with the contextual environment of the individual satellite locations throughout Garfield. These sites will be analyzed as they are in their current conditions and be minorly altered to host MoBBQ events. Different contextual modifications will be explored to allow for the ultimate productivity with respect to the 6% Place goals. MoBBQ signs will be placed in these locations to brand locations and response even when inactive.

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This site offers the ability to be inhabited in two different manners. It features a large parking lot where the MoBBQ Truck can park in and sell food, but also has a garden space in the back that can host all people joining the event. Both areas are capable of hosting large groups of people, but neither comfortably. To add to the unfoldable tables of the truck, more benches and seating arrangements could be provided without disturbing the regular function of the activity

2 NELSON MANDELA PEACE PARK

There currently exists a chain-link fence surrounding the park with a nine-foot opening on the three sides of the site that are facing different street. Of these three street faces, two of them are two-way while Alhambra Way is a one-way street. To occupy this site and reduce automobile congestion, only two of the streets are to be considered to occupy the

3 FORT PITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLAYGROUND

There are two proposed uses for this specific location. One would feature the MoBBQ Truck parked at the end of Hillcrest St, distributing food to those observing the Gators Football Team. The other location is up the Fort Pitt School parking lot to encourage the use of the new playground and basketball court. This space also has a large grassy area for community members to gather and mingle. Contextual restorations that would be done to this particular site would be a removal of the pavement and it will be replaced with more grass. This procedure is needed because of the poor conditions of the pavement in its current state.

4 GARFIELD JUBILEE YOUTHBUILD AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

This site has the greatest potential as a site with the ability to be inhabited in two different manners. It is majority grass with a small indoor refuge. The eastern lot is maintained, but is blemished with an aged jungle gym. This playground is to be removed with maintenance (or replaced) so as to not put any of the community members at risk. The western lot is abandoned and overrun with weeds. This land

5 BLOOMFIELD GARFIELD CORPORATION YOUTH CENTER

This site is different from the others because it will primarily be based indoors, without any major public outdoor setting. Because of this, the site cannot be too heavily modified save for the rearranging of the tables and furniture on the inside of the BGC Center. With respect to the parking of the MoBBQ Truck, it will remain outside while the food could be delivered and distributed into the building during a community meeting or even for Sunday services. If no parking is available, the permanent parking place for the truck is located only two blocks away for convenience.

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general notes THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/ OR CONSTRUCTION. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER OR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUB-CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE (NAME YOUR CODES – ALL OF THEM – SPECIFICALLY BY EDITION) AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE (NAME YOUR JURISDICTIONAL AGENCY).

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general notes THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/ OR CONSTRUCTION. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER OR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUB-CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE (NAME YOUR CODES – ALL OF THEM – SPECIFICALLY BY EDITION) AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE (NAME YOUR JURISDICTIONAL AGENCY).

key notes 1: hood and grease catch 2: aluminum channel for seating rack slide 3: aluminum compsite panels .75“ deep 4: automated openers 5: waste-water tank 4'-9 1/8"

4'-9 1/8"

4'-9 1/8"

8'-7"

2'-0"

6'-2"

10 3/8"

2"

7'-10 3/4"

12'-0"

3'-1 5/8"

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5'-0"

14'-0 7/8" 13'-0 3/8"

6 3/8"

6 1/8"

10 3/4"

5'-0"

1'-

3'-5 5/8"

4'-4"

3'-5 3/4" 1'-9 1/8"

6'-1 5/8"

0"

1

3

4

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general notes THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/ OR CONSTRUCTION. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER OR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUB-CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE (NAME YOUR CODES – ALL OF THEM – SPECIFICALLY BY EDITION) AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE (NAME YOUR JURISDICTIONAL AGENCY).

2” 2”

2”

key notes 1: outer steel frame for seating rack

4”

2: profile of service window. marine plywood 3: marine plywood hexagonal component 4: tensioned cable-net 5: outer steel frame for seating rack in axon 6: berring attachement between steel frame and channel 7: channel for seating rack

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Beginning with a decommissioned delivery truck, the main side panel in the passenger’s side is removed and vents are installed on the driver’s side.

A steel structure replaces the removed side panel.

Poly-carbonate panels are installed on the steel frame.

Plywood and glass serving window is installed.

Cooking appliances and shelves are fixed to the interior steel structure.

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A secondary steel structure is attached to the exterior of the truck.

Hexagonal structural pieces are fixed to this secondary structure.

Reinforced canvas is attached to these hexagonal frames such that the surface can flex.

Chairs fit snugly into these hexagonal frames.

The entire chair assembly is rolled on top of the truck along the exterior structural members.

INCENTIVE PROPOSAL: GLOBAL PICTORIAL ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE/PICTORIAL DEPICTION OF STAGED IMPLEMENTATION

IP4.01


STEEL

MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD

FIBERGLASS

POLYCARBONATE

1/4”

4

5

1

1

2

5

3

3-1/2 ”

1” 2”

1/4” 4

4”

1”

1 POLYCARBONATE TRUCK WALL ASSEMBLY DETAILS N.T.S.

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6

1/8”

3/4”

7 9 8

6

7

7

7

4” 3”

7

3”

4”

2 INTERIOR APPLIANCE FASTENING DETAILS

3”

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GENERAL NOTES 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/ OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/ OR CONSTRUCTION. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUB-BIDDERS, CONTRACTORS AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/ OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER OR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/ DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BIDDER, SUBBIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUB-CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE (NAME YOUR CODES – ALL OF THEM – SPECIFICALLY BY EDITION) AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE (NAME YOUR JURISDICTIONAL AGENCY). KEYNOTES: 1. 1” POLYCARBONATE PANELS, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT. 2. 2”X4” HOLLOW STEEL CHANNELS, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 3. 4” WIDE HORIZONTAL STEEL PLATES, PREFABICATED FOR PLACEMENT AND WELDED TO HOLLOW STEEL CHANNELS AS DIRECTED. 4. 1/4” DIAMETER, 3-1/2” LONG STEEL BOLT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 5. 1/4” DIAMETER STEEL WASHER, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 6. TYPICAL MOBBQ APPLIANCE, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED IN FLOOR PLAN. 7. 3”X3”X3” STEEL BRACKET, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 8. 1/8” DIAMETER, 3/4” LONG STEEL SCREW, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 9. 1/8” DIAMETER STEEL WASHER, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED.

N.T.S.

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7 6 GENERAL NOTES 1. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. THE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED OR UTILIZED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN ORIGINALLY INTENDED AND AS STIPULATED ON SHEET IN1.00. THIS RESTRICTION AND OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNS ALL SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE INDEX IN1.01. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOR ANY PURPOSE, SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED OR NOT, SHALL BE GRANTED ONLY VIA AUTHORIZED WRITING PRODUCED ON CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LETTERHEAD ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN DESIGN BUILD STUDIO. 2. NONE OF THE DOCUMENTS INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING INDEX ARE INTENDED TO BE CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION OF ONE ANOTHER. ALL PARTIES UTILIZING THESE DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING, QUANTITY SURVEY, AND/OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONSULT THE GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION LOCATED ON THIS SHEET AND ALL “IN” AND “CA” SERIES (GOVERNING USE STIPULATIONS AND CODE ANALYSIS) SHEETS FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING WORK DESCRIBED IN DOCUMENTS LISTED IN THE DRAWING INDEX BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH PROCUREMENT AND/ OR CONSTRUCTION. GOVERNING USE STIPULATION SHEETS AND CODE ANALYSIS (“IN” AND “CA” SERIES DOCUMENTS) PROVIDE CODE, PROCEDURAL, AND USE GUIDELINES GOVERNING ALL BID AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ALL BIDDERS, SUBBIDDERS, CONTRACTORS AND SUB-CONTRACTORS SHALL UTILIZE COMPLETE SETS OF THE BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS IN QUANTIFYING AND CONSTRUCTING. NEITHER THE OWNER OR ARCHITECT ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR MISINTERPRETATIONS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INCOMPLETE SETS OF BIDDING AND/OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS OR UTILIZE SCALED DIMENSIONS. USE ONLY DIMENSIONS/DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE DOCUMENTS. WHEN NO DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BIDDER, SUB-BIDDER, CONTRACTOR, AND SUB-CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT IN WRITING. ENTITIES UTILIZING DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT EXECUTE RELEVANT WORK UNTIL WRITTEN RESPONSE/DIRECTIVE HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT. 4. ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE (NAME YOUR CODES – ALL OF THEM – SPECIFICALLY BY EDITION) AS WELL AS ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL CODES, STATE CODES, LOCAL CODES, TRADE ASSOCIATION STANDARDS, AND/OR MANUAFACTURER’S STANDARDS AS ADOPTED BY THE (NAME YOUR JURISDICTIONAL AGENCY). KEYNOTES: 1. 3/4” THICK MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD HEXAGON, 1’ EACH SIDE, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED IN ELEVATION. 2. 6” WIDE STEEL PLATE ENCASEMENT STRUCTURE, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED IN ELEVATION. 3. 3” THICK HEXAGONAL FIBERGLASS STOOL SEAT, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT. 4. 22” STEEL STOOL LEGS, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 5. 1/4” DIAMETER, 1” LONG STEEL BOLTS, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 6. 1/4” DIAMETER STEEL WASHER, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 7. 1/4” DIAMETER STEEL NUT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED.. 8. 1/4” DIAMETER, 1” LONG STEEL SCREWS, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 9. 2-1/2” X 1” STEEL CATCH, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 10. 1/2” DIAMETER STEEL SPRING LOADED BALL BEARING, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 11. 1-1/2” X 1-1/2” STEL TOGGLE CATCH, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 12. 2”X1-1/4” STEEL TOGGLE LATCH, PREFABRICATED FOR PLACEMENT, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED. 13. 1/8” DIAMETER, 1/2” LONG STEEL SCREW, TO BE PLACED AS DIRECTED.

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9

5 9

1” 1/4”

9

1

1/4”

2

1”

8 9 9 9 1 9 8

3/4”

9 9

1’ 9

11-1/8” 2-1/2”

9

1” 9

3”

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9 12

6”

11-1/8” 3/4”

1/8” 1”

1’

9 9 13

1/2” 2”

1

1/4” 1”

11-1/8” 10

1/2” 1-3/4”

2”

1/8”

1/2”

2-1/2”

9

1/8”

13 9

10

3/4”

2”

13

1”

10 9 12

1-1/4”

4

3”

1-1/2”

10 3 10 11

1-1/2”

13

10

4

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IN 1.00 IN 1.01 SPP 1.00 SPP 1.01 ISN 1.00 ISN 1.01 ISN 1.02 ISN 1.03 IS 1.00 IS 1.01 IS 1.02 IS 1.03 IS 2.00 IS 2.01 IS 3.00 IS 3.01 IS 4.00 IS 4.01 IS 4.02 IS 4.03 IS 5.00 IS 5.01 IS 6.00 IS 6.01 IS 7.00 IS 7.01 IS 7.02 IS 7.03 IS 8.00 IS 8.01 IS 9.00 IS 9.01 IS 9.02 IS 9.03 IS 10.00 IS 10.01 IP 1.00 IP 1.01 IP 2.00 IP 2.01 IP 3.00 IP 3.01 IP 4.00 IP 4.01 IP 5.00 IP 5.01 IP 5.02 IP 5.03 CA 1.00 CA 1.01 SP 1.00 SP 1.01 IMP 1.00 IMP 1.01 IMP 2.00 IMP 2.01 IMP 2.02 IMP 2.03 IMP 2.00 IMP 2.01 IMP 3.00 IMP 3.01 IMP 4.00 IMP 4.01

Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations Index: Governing Use Stipulations Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Rendered Axonometrics Incentive Proposal: Annotated Plan Incentive Proposal: Elevation and Site Plan Incentive Proposal: Section and RCP Incentive Proposal: Sections Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Specifications: CSI Designated Material Annotation Legend Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: Logistics Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: General Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Contracts Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Critical Path Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis


LOGISTICS


The Food Safety Regulations require that properly prepared plans be submitted to the Allegheny County Health Department for review and approval prior to construction. The following five items must be included in your plan submission:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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plans and drawings of truck Develop the plans and drawings of how the purchased truck will be retrofitted for the purpose of the mobile BBQ unit. These drawings can be seen in (BENâ&#x20AC;?S SECTION)

complete checklist Visit the website (http://www.achd.net/food/pubs/pdf/PR_checklist.pdf) to obtain the checklist needed to review the operation. Once you have finished it, sign it and move on to the next step.

make equipment list Make a list of all the equipment that will need to be purchased in order to successfully operate the mobile unit. It needs to include the manufactureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s names and model numbers. SP1.00 - SP1.02

propose a menu Come up with a proposed menu for what will be sold in the mobile unit. Depending on if it needs to be prepared or prepackaged, there will be different requirements to how the food will be stored and prepared.

pay fee for review Forward all plans with the proper fee to: Allegheny County Health Department Food Safety Program 3901 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224-1318

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After you have been granted permission to construct the truck, you will then need to obtain permits from the city in order to operate the mobile unit.

city license

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

This is the license for the truck to be in business in Pittsburgh. It has an annual fee of $670 + $87 for each additional worker.

license permit

This will allow for the ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of the truck to have an agreement with the Department of Health to sell and distribute food. It costs a flat fee of $52.50 for the mobile unit to sell food and will need to be renewed twice a year.

food handling permit

Every person who will be dealing with food will need to take a test to be able to handle and distribute food. Visit (http://www.achd.net/food/ food-cert-course-schedule.html) to see dates and locations of where the tests are being given. It will cost $60.00 per person if you live in Allegheny County or work in a food facility in the County; and $75.00 per person if you live and work outside of Allegheny County.

insurance

The truck must have insurance to operate in case anything should happen to the truck. The breakdown of the insurance is $50,000 bodily injury for each person and $100,000 property damage per occurence.

drivers license

This is so the person operating the truck can legally drive it in the state of Pennsylvania. They would need to the local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and be tested to drive the terrain in a truck

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CA1.01


SPECIFICATIONS Division 5: Metals 05 12 23200300

Curb edging, structural steel angle w/ anchors, on concrete forms, 8.2 plf, 4” x 4”, shop fabricated

05 12 23200200

Curb edging, structural steel angle w/ anchors, on concrete forms, 6.1 plf, 3” x 3”, shop fabricated

05 54 13700210

Trench cover, aluminum, plain cover plate, stock unit, 4” W trench x 3/8” T, field fabricated, incl frame

05 12 23400474 Angle framing, structural steel, 3”x2”x3/8”, field fabricated, incl cutting & welding

Division 6: Wood, Plastics, and Composites 06 16 36100300

Sheathing, plywood on roof, CDX, 3/4” thick

06 25 16106420

Plywood paneling, bamboo, finished, 1’ x 6’ x 3/4” thick

SP1.00

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Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 07 12 13201070

Membrane Waterproofing, fiberglass fabric, black, 20/10 mesh

07 42 13200100

Aluminum siding, on steel construction, painted, .019” thick

Division 8: Openings 08 84 20101500

Plastic Glazing, polycarbonate, clear, masked, cut sheets, 3/8” thick

1

SPECIFICATIONS: CSI DESIGNATED MATERIALANNOTATION LEGEND

SP1.01


1. Find Sponsorship

1. Find Venue 2. BBQ restaurant a. Guest Judge

b. Garfield residents

3. Operator

2. Advertise

1. Design Flyers 2. Hang flyers/Place Ads

3. Funding

1. T-Shirt Contest 2. BBQ Contest

a. Entry Fee b. Contestants cook at home c. Judging

4. BBQ Truck & Supply Purchase

3. Grants & Funding Research 1. Purchase mobile truck a. Retrofit 2. Acquire permits 3. Purchase Equipment & Supplies a. Install Equipment in truck 4. Branding of truck 5. Training 6. Commisary

5. Establishment

1. Set-Up Stopping areas 2. Scheduling

a. Central Location a. Top 5 winners from BBQ Contest

3. T-Shirt Competition for Truck a. Install Equipment in truck

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Find a venue within the Garfield community that the first few BBQ competitions and T-Shirt contest can be held at. It should be a venue that can accommodate a good number of people and somewhere accessible for majority of the Garfield community. Find a BBQ restaurant in Garfield who will come support and sponsor the BBQ competition. Offer them the ability to sell food at the event to spectators and have the BG-C collect a donation of their profits that will go towards the fund to purchase a truck. Ask BBQ restaurant(s) to offer one guest worker to judge the BBQ contest. If there is not enough judges from local restaurants, then ask the residents of Garfield to have a couple of people help. This would be the person who is in charge of operating the truck. They would need to be trained in how the machinery operates and running the truck.

Have a local artist or someone close to the operations design a flyer that will be hung around the neighborhood. Use the flyer located on ISN 1.01 as an example template or use as is.

Go around the neighborhood and hang flyers on pole, bulletin boards, store windows. Possibly place flyers in everyone’s mailbox and/or place an ad in a local newspaper/magazine. Place them in store windows.

Have a T-Shirt competition in the venue that was chosen in step 1 in order to start producing funds for the truck. BG-C would collect entry fee of $10 per entry. Winner would have their shirt sold around community.

Go around the neighborhood and hang flyers on pole, bulletin boards, store windows. Possibly place flyers in everyone’s mailbox and/or place an ad in a local newspaper/magazine. Place them in store windows. Have everyone one who is participating in the BBQ contest submit $20 per food entry to the BG-C, which will go towards the truck funds. Have the contestants cook their food items at their respective homes and bring in enough for 5 judges along with a written recipe and bring to the selected venue. Participants will bring their food items to the selected venue and have it judged by the 5 guest judges and they will choose the top 5 winners and their recipes will be sold in the mobile truck once purchased. Research local and national grants that provides funding for neighborhood development or associated incentives that will allow for the funding of purchasing a truck for the mobile aspect of the project.

Find and purchase an old truck that can be rehabilitated to be used as the mobile food truck (i.e. UPS truck). Begin to deconstruct the truck to be designed the way described on IP 2.00 - IP 5.03. Purchase permits needed to run a mobile food unit such as selling, parking and cooking (chef) license. Located in CA 1.00 - CA 1.01. Purchase Equipment needed to run and sustain the mobile unit that are outlined in IMP 3.00 - IMP 3.01. Once equipment and supplies are purchased, have them placed and installed in the truck. Design truck to become an iconic image and be memorable. The person that will be operating the truck will need to be trained in how to drive the truck and how to operate the equipment that is in the truck. Find a local business that can act as the commisary to the operation. Their job will be to cook the food so it can be sold in the truck.

Locate areas around Garfield where the truck will be located during its mobile periods and place signs designating this so consumers will know. An example of the sign is located in SPP 2.00 - SPP 2.01. Establish central location where truck can park to have a bigger social gatherings located near Penn Ave to be able to pull visitors into Garfield. Set up a schedule establishing when sponsors will be selling their food and operating the mobile truck. Have the recipes of the top 5 winners sold on rotation in the truck every week (1 winner’s recipe every week) Hold another T-Shirt competition to design a shirt that will represent the MoBBQ truck. Once equipment and supplies are purchased, have them placed and installed in the truck. Continue to hold events and dispatch truck to make it a regular and celebrated part of Garfield. IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: LOGISTICS

IMP1.01


A201-2007

General Conditions of the Contract for Construction

server: CONTRACT

server: OWNER

1.1.2 Contract Established

2.2.1 Financial Capability

1.1.3 Construction and Services

2.2.2 License to Build Construction Permits

1.1.4 Project Details 1.1.5 Drawings of Proposal 1.1.6 Detailed Specifications

MoBBQ MoBBQ

CUSTOMER NAME (print)

CUSTOMER SIGNATURE

IMP2.00

2.2.3 Site Survey 2.3-2.4 Right to Start/Stop Work

MoBBQ

MoBBQ

CUSTOMER NAME (print)

CUSTOMER SIGNATURE

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server: CONTRACTOR 3.1.1 Build According to Contract Documents

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server: ARCHITECT

4.2.1 Establish and Folow Benchmark Dates

3.2.2 Review Construction Documents

4.2.2 Visit Site and Regulate Construction Stage

3.3.1 Supervise Construction

4.2.2 Keep in Touch with Owner

3.4.1 Finance Labor, Materials, Tools, Construction Equipment and other Facilities Necessary for Completion of Work

4.2.7 Review Contractorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Drawings 4.2.9 Conduct Inspections and Issue Change Orders, if necessary 4.2.13 Aesthetic Decisions

MoBBQ

MoBBQ CUSTOMER SIGNATURE CUSTOMER NAME (print)

MoBBQ

MoBBQ CUSTOMER SIGNATURE

CUSTOMER NAME (print)

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: GENERAL CONTRACTS

IMP2.01


A141-2004

Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner & Design-Builder

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CONTRACTS

IMP2.03


STEPS AND PROCEDURES

MONTH ONE

1. Find Sponsorship Find a hosting venue for BBQ & Tee contest Local BBQ Restaurant Involvement Find Guest Judeges Find Operator

2. Advertise Design Flyers Hang Flyers around Neighborhood Place ADs in newspaper

3. Funding T-Shirt Contest BBQ Contest Find Grants and Funding

4. BBQ Truck & Supply Purchase Find and Purchase used mobile truck Purchase materials to retrofit truck Purchase food equipment (fryer, stove, etc) Appy for food permits Brand truck Train workers who will be occupying truck Find a local commisary to cook food

5. Establishment Schedule Truck routes and stopping points T-Shirt Contest for image of truck

IMP2.00

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS

MONTH TWO


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MONTH THREE

MONTH FOUR

MONTH FIVE

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS

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MONTH SIX

IMP2.01


HARD COSTS MoBBQ USED TRUCK SHELL 2003 Ford, 21,081 miles, 500 cubic feet

$17,500

INSURANCE

$4,000 a year

COMMISARY

$12,000 a year

T-SHIRT DESIGN 75 custom printed t-shirts http://www.rushordertees.com/

$436.50 total

MATERIALITY Polycarbonate Plastic Glazing Anodized Aluminum Siding Sheathing, Plywood Plywood Paneling, Bamboo Curb Edging, Structural Steel Angles 4” x 4” Curb Edging, Structural Steel Angles 3” x 3” Plate Aluminum Waterproof Fiberglass Fabric Angle Framing, Structural Steel

$4,336.20 $966 $56.96 $367.68 $2,989.08 $1,053.60 $5,942.16 $2,830.24 $982.59 =$19,524.51

TOTAL-$53,461.01 OPERATIONAL COSTS PERMITS ACHD Mobile Unit Flat Fee ACHD Commissary Fee Food Handlers Permit (2) City Business License Employee Fee (2) AUTO LICENSE CDL GAS

$74.50 lasts four years $1,440 per year

$120 per month

PERSONELLE $9 per hour 25 hours per week

$105 a year $189 a year $120 a year $670 a year $174 a year =$1,258

$32,400 a year

$900 per month salary $10,800 per year salary 3 employees

IMP3.00

TOTAL-$35,172.50 IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS


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HARD COSTS

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HARD

HARD

$1,984.79 $299.14 $99.99 $794.28 $720.00 $247.50 $341.55 $630.65 $1,220 $2,439 =$8,776.90

[TWT48] [72297-E1S8-1620-12-X] [HS-2] [GCRB-24H] [SIR-LAWR-LP] [72297-GT-20-X] [A10A-0004] [302] [VUL-VHFA9] [STA-836T]

$999 x =$999.00

x x

$7.74 $17.84 $183.50 $44.37 =$209.08

[H900BK] [T1790TBK] [72297-FBLG2424-X] [FF1424C]

$262.50 $283.08 =$545.48

[B140] [105H]

$121.98 $59.28 $112.58 $40.76 $71.25 $108.02 $89.49 $58.14 $57.00 $58.14 =$776.64

[SKU #RK-CS-45] [SKU #KN-PS-6] [SKU # CP-CS-12] [SKU # CPL-CS-12] [SKU # TO-SC-U15B] [SKU # TO-SC-U34D] [SKU # TO-SC-U9T] [SKU # BG-CS-3] [SKU #ST-CS-8WR] [SKU # CU-SC-U2]

$17.19 $3.01 $11.84 =$32.04

[WG1200S] [KP196RD] [S30TBK]

INTERIOR EQUIPMENT True Work Top Refridgertor; two sections Dish and Pot Sink Hand Sink Char Broiler Gas Fryer 35 lb capacity Grease Trap 20lb capacity Coffee Brewer 1000 watts Gas Stainless Steel Steamtable Hot Food Unit Mobile Hot Holding Oven 36” Gas Griddle TECHNOLOGY Switchover.ca Oil Converter Credit Card Machine STORAGE Paper Napkin Dispenser Paper Towel Dispenser Stainless Steel Work Table Chromate Wire Shelving (3) RONCO PLASTICS 30 gallon Freshwater Tank 45 gallon Wastewater Tank ACCOUTREMENTS Spork Tasting Utensil 3000 count Knife Utensil 1000 count Cup Clear 12oz 1000 count Lid with Straw Hole 1000 count Single Compartment Wheatstraw 15oz 500 count Double Compartment Wheatstraw 34oz 500 count 9” Triple Compartment Wheatstraw 300 count 3 gallon Compostable Plastic Bags 500 count Wrapped Biodegradable Straws Red Color 6000 count Bowl with Lid Wheatstraw 2oz 2000 count JANITORIAL Safety Gloves Kleen Pail Soap Dispenser

TOTAL-$11,339.14

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS

IMP3.01


MoBBQ -$53,461.01 operational costs -$35,172.50 interior -$11,339.14

HARD COSTS INITIAL EXPENSES -99,972.64 RISK Truck Repairs New Equipment Fire Theft Vandalism PROFITS FOOD Entrees Garfield Special Contest Winner Garfield Special Half Portion Ribs 1/2 Slab Ribs 1/3 Slab Ribs 1 Bone Fried Chicken Tenders Wings Dozen Wings Half Dozen Extra Sauce Sides

Side 1: Collard Greens Side 2: Cornbread Side 3: Macaroni and Cheese Side 4: Coleslaw Side 5: Baked Beans Side 6: Potato Salad Side 7: Sweet Potatoes

Fresh Cut Fries Gravy Sauce Sweets Dessert Hydration Soft Drink Water MERCHANDISE T-Shirts

IMP3.02

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS


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PROJECTED PROFITS

typical customer order

around $10

amount of customers per stop

Summer: 20 Fall: 10 Winter: 6 Spring: 10

number of stops daily Summer Fall Winter Spring

5 business days per week Summer Fall Winter Spring

seasonal yield

$200 $100 $60 $100

3 approximately $600 per day $300 per day $180 per day $300 per day

$3,000 per week/ $12,000 per month $1,500 per week/ $12,000 per month $900 per week/ $12,000 per month $1,500 per week/ $6,000 per month $36,000 summer $18,000 fall $10,800 winter $18,000 fall

annual profit

$82,800

5 years (if business is consistent)

$414,000

expenses 5 years

$99,972.64 - 4($51,172.50)

- $918,732.64

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: HARD COST ANALYSIS

IMP3.03


AUTO-BODY CONSULTANT $42 per hour

WEB DESIGNER student $15 per hour

MECHANIC $50 per hour

ARCHITECT

$150 per hour

scope

neighborhood demographics site utilization zoning + ordinances environment expenses + targets

IMP4.00

IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: SOFT COST ANALYSIS


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TWITTER ACCOUNT UPDATER hired employee of incentive

FOOD MANAGEMENT INSPECTOR $32 per hour

ENGINEER $100 per hour

proposal

site context formatting renderings construction documents assembly details

implementation

regulations fees licences permits specifications

CLIENT IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: SOFT COST ANALYSIS

IMP4.01


MoBBQ