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CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

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LEVEL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

RENTABLE 18201.52 19784.85 28570.19 28065.06 28060.28 17935.7 18446.49 18957.26

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31938.24 31658.14 33645.06 33484.83 32910.3 19930.713 20441.49 20952.26

EFFICIENCY 56.9897402 62.49530137 84.91644836 83.8142526 85.26291161 89.99025775 90.24043746 90.47835413

TOTAL BUILDING

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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1) EXTRUSION OF BUILDING DOMAIN. 2) SPLICE SITE ALONG PEDESTRIAN FLOW SIMULTANEOUSLY CREATING AN URBAN CONNECTION AND SEPERATE IDENTITIES FOR THE PRIME TENANT AND THE SPEC TENANTS. 3) HEIGHTS TO MATCH ADJACENT BUILDING. 4) ANGLE SOUTH FACADE FOR SELF SHADING. 5) ROUND OFF SHARPEST CORNERS 6) CONNECT TWO BUILDINGS TO ONE ANOTHER AND THE SURROUNDINGS

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THE BOILERMAKER SHOPS US DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION

PARK PAVILION

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ANACOSTIA RIVER

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Situated between two large public green spaces, the building is split in two for pedestrian access

The building site blends the activity of the waterfront park into the urban fabric of the city.

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The site is conceived as a free flow of movement from the capitol building to the riverfront.

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The site is designed as a system of pavers, with alternating bands of color. These bands suggest directionality and help facilitate movement across the site and through the two towers along the split. With this movement in mind, literal arrows are extruded to become benches that also act as signs to point out orientations of interest and business and office entries.

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The south plaza is shaded with a large array of trees creating a refuge from the heat for the sun bathers enjoying the adjacent open lawn in the waterfront park. Also, the placement of benches here reinforce the idea that the site blends the park into the urban fabric of Washington D.C.

1 Main entry 2 Grass bed, earth berm to retaining wall 3 Service 4 Main power entry 5 Outdoor restaurant seating 6 Large tree 7 Small tree 8 Bike rack 9 Future hotel 10 Pavers 11 Seating 12 Future fence

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By severing the building across the site, a direct visual connection is created between Tingey Square and the waterfront.

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The bands are composed of smaller blocks of pavers that can be alternated for different needs such as allowing the growth of natural grasses, the placement of trees, and provide for water permeable pavers where needed.

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A small cafe and to-go coffee shop anchor the corner of each tower. Entrances for retail locations are also strategically located. The gallery is placed on the north to receive soft northern light as well as access to space for exterior installations.

1 RESTAURANT 2 PRIME LOBBY 3 MECHANICAL 4 STORAGE 5 ELECTRICAL ROOM 6 TELECOM ROOM 7 RECYLCING / GARBAGE 8 LOADING DOCK 9 LOADING / STORAGE 10 COFFEE SHOP 11 CAFE 12 BIKE RACK 13 SPEC LOBBY 14 GALLERY 15 ZARA 16 SECURITY 17 FIRE COMMAND RM 18 LIGHT WELL 19 WATER MAIN 20 15 KW ELEC ENTRY

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The restaurant is placed on the south to capture waterfront views of the park and to take advantage of exterior seating space for outdoor dining.

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The clothing retailer Zara receives prominent siting along the pedestrian streetscape.

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Each tower footprint supports its own solution to programmatic needs. Within the western prime tower, the ground level offers service access on the west facade, coinciding with the adjacency of the water treatment facility and thus the mechanical functions of the structure are placed along this boundry.

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1 RESTAURANT 2 LIGHTWELL 3 PRIME LOBBY 4 RECEPTION DESK 5 SECURITY OFFICE 6 GENERATOR ROOM 7 MAIN ELEC RM 8 JANIOTR’S CLOSET 9 ELEC RM 10 TELECOM RM 11 RETAIL BRIDGE 12 SPEC LOBBY 13 RECEPTION DESK 14 GALLERY 15 ZARA 16 SHOWER RMS 17 CONVERGENCE/VIEWING DECK 18 STORAGE

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1 PRIME OFFICE SPACE 2 4K OFFICE SPACE 3 8K OFFICE SPACE 4 MEN’S RESTROOM 5 WOMEN’S RESTROOM 6 JANIOTR’S CLOSET 7 MECHANICAL CHASE 8 WAITING AREA 9 ELEC RM 10 TELECOM RM 11 LIGHT WELL 12 BALCONY 13 SPACE FOR BREAK RM

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PRIME/SPEC TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

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1 Lightwell 2 SW Fire Stair 3 Passenger Elevator 4 Waiting Area 5 Mechanical Chase 6 Women’s Restroom 7 Men’s Restroom 8 Janitor’s Closet 9 Electrical Room 10 Service Elevator 11 NW Fire Stair 12 Telecom Room 13 NE Fire Stair 14 SE Fire Stair 15 Lobby / Waiting 16 Tenant Office Entrances

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Area of Refuge

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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1. RAISED FLR SYSTEM 2. SEAMLESS PERF. CEILING PANEL 3. SPRINKLER HEAD 4. PRESSURIZED 5. 3-WAY AMBIENT LED FIXTURE 6. TEXLON NANO ETFE PACKET 7. DBL GLAZING W/NANO GEL 8. LIGHT WELL DBL ENVELOPE

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R-VALUE MATERIAL A R-5.0 PER GLAZING R-8.0 25MM NANO GEL

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1 4” CONC SLAB ON GRADE 2 8” RIGID INSUL 3 FACADE FNDTN 4 STONE LINTEL 5 DBL GLAZING W/NANO GEL 6 CONVECTION VENT 7 SINGLE GLAZING 8 CAISON BEHIND 9 SEAMLESS PERF CEIL ING PANEL 10 SPRINKLER HEAD 11 RAISED FLOOR

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1 ELEVATED GREENY PAVER 2 PERF ROOF PAVER 3 SLOPED RIGID INSUL W/EPDM LAYER 4 GLASS LIGHT WELL RAILING 5 PV PANEL

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1 CONC COLUMN 2 RAISED FLR SYSTEM 3 ROLLED ALUM. INSUL. SLAB TRIM 4 DBL GLAZING W/NANO GEL 5 3”X3” STEEL SHS 6 SINGLE GLAZING 7 6”X6” STEEL SHS 8 VERTICAL CONTROL VENT W/MOTOR 9 CONC BEAM 10 HORIZONTAL CONVECTION CONTROL VENT W/MOTOR 11 FRP THERMAL BREAK

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ASSEMBLY DETAIL scale:

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ROLLED ALUM. INSUL. SLAB TRIM ALUM. COPING RIGID FOAM INSULATION LED STRIP LIGHTING PRESSURIZED NITROGEN FOG PIPE PRESSURIZED AIR PIPE NITROGEN FOG PACKET ETFE INTERIOR LAYER ETFE EXTERIOR LAYER FRP THERMAL BREAK

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ANCHOR CHANEL 6”X6” STEEL SHS NEOPRENE INTERMEDIATE LATER PE INTERMEDIATE LAYER 2”X4” STEEL RHS CANTILEVE EPDM SEALING PROFILE TEXLON NANO ETFE FACADE ELEMENT[MEMBRANE CUSHION] 4-6 mbar PRESSURIZED COMBINED U-VALUE =.03 4X MEMBRANE ETFE TRANSLUCENT

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architectural integration structural mechanical KEY NOTES: 1 ENTRANCE / RECEPTION 2 SECRETARY 3 MAIN OFFICE 4 TEAM CONFERENCE 5 MAIN CONFERENCE 6 COPY / PRINT CENTER 7 KITCHEN 8 ASSOCIATE OFFICE 9 ELECTRICAL / STORAGE 10 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 11 VP OFFICE 12 VP / PRESIDENT RR 13 PRESIDENT OFFICE

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I.S. TRANSVERSE SECTION

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[BELOW] I.S. REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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UNDERFLOOR SERVICE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

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FEATURES & BENEFITS PEDESTAL ASSEMBLY - ASSEMBLY SHAL PROVE A 2” TOTAL ADJUSTMENT WITH A FLOOR HEIGHT OF 7” OR GREATER - ASSEMBLY UP TO 36” SHALL PROVIDE A 6000LB AXIAL LOAD - STANDARD FINISHED FLOOR HEIGHTS OF 6” TO 36” - CEILING DESIGN FREEDOM DUE TO ELIMINATION OF DUCTWORK, CABLE TRAYS, ETC - 10% OF THE AMOUNT OF AIR PRESSURE REDUCING THE FPUMP REQUIREMENTS - DIE CUT PANELS REDUCE LEAKAGE AND IMPROVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY

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STRUCTURAL NARRATIVE

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due to the form of our building, we chose to use shear walls along the core while implementing columns and girders in a 30’ x 32’ grid along the exteriors of the core. t-beams were chosen to span the lengths of the bays. girders run perpendicular to the length of the building on every side. with the use of a raised floor system, t-beam depth is not an issue except for maximizing floor to floor heights. the vertical loads of the building are transferred down to the foundation. piles are used as the main form of foundation because the unstableness of the soil and high water level along the anacostia river in washington d.c..

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GENERAL NOTES: the structure is designed to be self supporting and stable after the building is completed. it is the contractr’s responsibility to determine the erection procedure and sequence and insure the safety of the construction personel, building, and its component parts during erection, this includes the addition fo whatever shoring, temporary bracing, etc. that may be neccessary, fall protection support from the perimeter columns should be provided in accordance with osha requirements. such material shall remain the contractor’s property after completion fo the project. CONCRETE: all concrete should develop a min compressive strength in 28 days as follows: pile caps and grade beams: 4000psi retaining wall and spread footing: 4000psi all other concrete: 4000psi all concrete construction shall confrom to aci 318-05 specification. all detailing, fabrication, and placing of reinforcing bars, unless otherwise notes, shall conform to aci 318-05.

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STRUCTURAL CALCULATIONS

AXIAL COLUMN LOADS

use 2 - #11 bars (a(s) = 3.12 in^2 check actual affective depth d (asusme #3 stir/1.5)

SLAB: 1. calculate h(min) on aci table 9.5a h(min) = l/20 = 8(12)/20 = 4.8 (round to 5”) 2. determine slab design load wu = 1.2((5(12)/144)(150))+1.6(.08) = .215 k/ft

d = 20-1.5-0.375-1.41/2 = 17.42” > 17” a(s) assumed 10. check minimum steel requirements a(s)min table a-5 a(s)min = 0.0033(12)(17.42) = .69 in^2 < 3.12 in^2 11. check E(t) to ensure tension controlled section E(t) = .00255f’c(B)/p(fy) = .0255(4)(.85)/.0020(60) [ tension controlled section ]

3. determine design moment mu = wul^2/8 = .215(8)^2/8 = 1.72 k-ft 4. establish approximent d, assume # 6 bars d= 5.0-7.5-.75/2 = 3.875”

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WIND LOADS

5. determine required k assuming o = .90 requires k = mu/obd^2 = 1/72(12)/.9(12)(3.88)^2 = .1269

for components & cladding floor z (ft) kz kh 0 0 0.575 1 16 0.585 2 29 0.694 3 42 0.771 4 55 0.833 5 68 0.885 6 81 0.930 7 94 0.971 roof 107 1.008

GIRDER: 1. find the factored design moment mu

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.688 k/ft

7. required a(s) pbd = (.0022)(12)(3.88) = .1024 in^2/ft a(s)min = .002(12)(5) = .12 > .10 (go by code) 8. therefore use #3 bars @ 11” o.c. 9. select shrinkage and temperature reinforcement required a(s) = .0018(12)(5) = .108 in^2/ft use #3 bars @ 12” o.c.

mu = wul^2/8 wdl = .01k/ft^2(32’)+.688k/ft = 1.008 k/ft wll = .08k/ft^2(32’) = 2.56 l/ft wu = 1.2(1.01)+1.6(5.26) = 5.308 k/ft mu = 5.308(32’)^2/8 = 679.42 k-ft

0.6 0.7 0.775 0.834 0.89 0.936 0.975 1.043

qz(psf) 13.70 13.96 16.55 18.39 19.87 21.11 22.19 23.15 24.03

qh(psf)p(.61 &Atrib -.18)(sqft) P (kips) 24.87 13.80 240 3.31 24.87 13.97 435 6.08 24.87 15.73 390 6.13 24.87 16.98 390 6.62 24.87 17.99 390 7.01 24.87 18.83 390 7.34 24.87 19.57 390 7.63 24.87 20.22 390 7.89 24.87 20.81 195 4.06

2. select a steel ratio p (table a-5) p = .0120 k = 0.6438 3. establish prelim values for b & d (let b = 18”) d=(mu/obk)^(1/2) = (679.42(12)/((.9)(18)(.6438))^.5) = 27.96 (1.5 </ d/b = 1.55 </ 2.2 ok)

T - BEAM: f’c fy b(w) h h(f) spac span ll dl

= = = = = = = = =

4. estimate h (assuming 1.5” cover #3 stur & #8 reinf bar) h = 27.96+.5+.375+1.5 = 30.335 (31”) dead load due to the weight of the beam = wdl wdl = (18/12)(31/12)150lb/ft^3 = .581 kips/ft

4ksi 60ksi 12” 20” (assumed) 5” 8’ 30’ 80psf 10psf + conc wt

5. compute dditional mu due to weight of beam additional factored dl = 1.2(.581) = .6972 k/ft additional factored mu = (.6972)(32)^2/8 = 89.24 k-ft total factored mu = 679.42+89.24 = 768.66 k-ft

1. compute factored loads and factored design moments mu slab wt = 8(5/12)(150) = .5 k/ft stem wt = (15/12)(12/12)(150) = .188 k/ft total wt = .500 + .188 =.688 dead load = .01 ksf (8) = .08 k/ft live load = .08 ksf (8) = .64 k/ft

6. calculate the requred coefficient of resistance k req’d k = mu/obd^2 = 768.66(12)/.9(18)(27.96^2) = .7283 corresponding p = .0139 7. determine req’d a(s) check a(s)min pbd = 0.139(18)(27.96) = 6.10in^2 a(s)min = .0033(18)(27.96) = 1.66 in^2 < 6.10 8. select 4 5 7 -

wu = 1.2(.08+.688)+1.6(.64) = 1.95 k/ft mu = wul^2/8 = 1.95(30)^2/8 = 219.38 k-ft 2. assume an effective depth d (use d=h-3”) d = 20-3 = 17”

steel reinforcing #11 a(s) = 6.24in^2 #10 a(s) = 6.35in^2 #09 a(s) = 7.00in^2

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9. determine final beam depth & actual depth h = 27.96+1.5+.375+1.41/2 = 30.54 (31”) d = 31-1.5-0.375-1.41/2 = 28.42” > 27.96 ok

4. assume a tension controlled section, Et >/ .005 o = .9

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5. rectangular or true t-beam om(nf) = o(.85)f’cbhf(d-hf/2) = .90(.85)*4000)(90)(5)(17-(5/2)) = 1663.88 k-ft

18”

om(nf) = 1663.88 k-ft > 219.38 k-ft behaves as rectangular t-beam

SEISMIC LOADS

6. compute requred k value k = mu/obd^2 = 219.38/.9(90)(17)^2 = .1125

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#3 stirrup 31”

7. select corresponding steel ratio: req’d p=.0020 8. compute required steel area a(s): pbd = (.0020)(90)(17) = 3.06 in^2 steel bars and check effective depth #11 a(s) = 3.12in^2 min bw = 08.0 #10 a(s) = 3.81in^2 min bw = 10.5 #09 a(s) = 4.00in^2 min bw = 12.0 #08 a(s) = 3.16in^2 min bw = 11.0 #07 a(s) = 3.60in^2 min bw = 14.0

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3. determine the effective flange width b based on on aci 1/4 span = 1/4(30)(12”) = 90” bw+16hf = 12+16(5) = 92” center to center spacing of beams = 8(12”) = 96”

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CALCULATIONS

ok ok ok ok ng

4 - #9 1.5” c

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Roof Total

Floor area W floor (k) W column (k) W total (k) h(ft) h^2 w*h^2 33,167 2072.94 249.6 2322.54 16 256 594569.6 31,980 1998.75 202.8 2201.55 29 841 1851503.6 33,629 2101.81 202.8 2304.61 42 1764 4065336.5 33,855 2115.94 202.8 2318.74 55 3025 7014180.9 33,880 2117.50 202.8 2320.30 68 4624 10729067.2 20,359 1272.44 202.8 1475.24 81 6561 9679033.2 20,884 1305.25 202.8 1508.05 94 8836 13325129.8 21,409 1338.06 202.8 1540.86 107 11449 17641334.8 15991.8875 64900155.54

Cvx 0.0092 0.0285 0.0626 0.1081 0.1653 0.1491 0.2053 0.2718

V=CsW 16.2578 15.4109 16.1323 16.2312 16.2421 10.3267 10.5564 10.7860

Fx 0.15 0.44 1.01 1.75 2.69 1.54 2.17 2.93

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8’-0”

FRAMING PLAN scale:

FRAMING PLAN

8’-0”

#3 @ 12”

#3 @ 11”

15”

#3 stirrup

5”

t -beam

8’-0”

t -beam

#3 stirrup

31”

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2 -#11 12”

4 -#11

8’-0”

32’-0”

18”

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30’-0”

30’-0”

TYPICAL BAY scale:

1” = 1’-0”

TYPICAL GIRDER scale:

1” = 1’-0”

TYPICAL T-BEAM scale:

1” = 1’-0”

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Pile Cap

FOUNDATION PLAN

S Shear Wall

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FOUNDATION PLAN scale:

1/20” = 1’-0”

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MATERIALS

Area sq ft

ETFE FULL 1/2 ETFE Glass Glass Tri Conc Panel Conc Knee Wall

R-value

97.5 48.75 78 97.5 97.5 3564

28 28 18 18 36 0.64

COOLING

U-Value 0.03 0.03 0.05 0.05 0.027 1.56

FLOOR 1

QUANTITY

2

FLOOR

# ETFE FULL

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

28 30 30 34 37 33 33 34

LIGHT WELL FLR

1

2

3

4

5

6 7 8

# Glass Tri

93 90 105 108 111 70 71 72

37 27 24 17 15

Total Area

22 25 28 31 33 36 39 42

HEATING

# Glass

2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1

# Glass per flr

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

FLOOR

# 1/2 ETFE

1716 1950 2184 2418 2574 2808 3042 3276

AREA sq ft

ETFE 2827.5 Glass 11368.5 Conc Panel 780 Conc Knee Wall 3564

Q=HEAT

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

3022.5 12714

15696.135

4

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

3363.75 12499.5 780

15685.8975

5

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

3364.75 12694.5 102.5

15507.135

6

ETFE Glass

3266.25 8268

10739.1375

7

ETFE Glass

3268.25 8580

11067.9975

8

ETFE Glass

3364.75 8892

11456.3925

cfm 37500 cfm

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

3022.5 12714 780

39614.055

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

3363.75 12499.5 780

39588.2175

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

3364.75 12694.5 102.5

39137.055

ETFE Glass

3266.25 8268

27103.5375

ETFE Glass

3268.25 8580

27933.5175

ETFE Glass

3364.75 8892

28913.7525 562722.465 2156437.5

2719159.97 BTU/HR

BOILER SIZING: 2719159.97 BTU/HR)/(12000) = 226.59 ton

Q PEOPLE

Q LIGHTS ORIENTATION

WEST EAST NORTH SOUTH

MECHANICAL NARRATIVE:

1.085

21

854438

∆GRAINS

TOTAL

35

892500

TYPE

1/100 sq ft 1/30 sq ft 1/60 sq ft 1/60 sq ft

Office Retail 1st flr Retail 2nd flr Restaurant

AREA

the use of water-source heat pumps are utilized throughtout this mixed use structure. life cycle cost is greatly reduced because optimized systems operate with the least pos sible energy. the optimized water source hear pump units reduce the cost of equipment space and increasess rentable space. air handling rooms are eliminated. duct space is minimized or eliminated with the ad -

TOTAL OCCUPANCY

106017 8971 14019 13434

1060.17 299.033 233.65 83.9625

TOTAL Q PEOPLE

838408

TOTAL

(1.1 watts/area)(3.412)

2.6E-05

SG

Area Glaz

216 27 30 29

25496 9906 3900 18876

SC 0.1149 0.77 0.77 0.77

TOTAL SOLAR GAIN Q Q Q Q Q Q Q

electrical

403.3 ventilation rate: ventilation systems shall be designed to hace the capacity to supply the minimum outdoor airflow rate determined in accordance with table 403.3 based on the occupancy of the space and the occupant load or other parameters as stated therein. the occupant load utilized for design of the ventilation system shall not be less than the number determined from the estimated maximum occupant load rate indicated in table 403.3 shall be determined by an approved engineering analysis. the ventilation system shall be designed to supply the

TOTAL

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401.3 when reqiured: ventilation shall be provided during the periods that the room space is occupied.

∆T

OCCUPANCY

1142441

401.2 ventilation required: every occupied space shall be ventilated by natural means in accordance with section 402 or by mechanical means in accordance with section 403.

FACTOR

FACTOR

AREA

402.1 natural ventilation: natural ventilation of an occupised space shall be through windows, doors, structural louvers, or other openings to the outdoors. the operating mechanism for such openings shall be provided with ready access so that the openings are mechanical redily controllable by the building occupants.

130917.15

3

Q SENSIBLE

architectural integration

11895.66

37500 30022.38

Q=COOLING

ETFE 2827.5 Glass 11368.5 Conc Panel 780 Conc Knee Wall 3564

Q LATENT

3022.5 9094.5 780

Q HEAT TOTAL

AREA sq ft

330409.95

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

Q HEAT Q Sensible

TYPE

3022.5 9094.5 780

∆T= 53

TYPE

OBC Mechanical Code Information

ETFE Glass Conc Panel

# Conc panel 8 8 8 8 5

∆T= 21

Envelope Sensible Latent People Lights Solar Equip

Q COOLING TOTAL

TOTAL 632770 205946 90090 421501 1350307 222965.505 854437.5 892500 838407.917 2.6349E-05 1350306.75 1142441

a roof located ventilation system provides the majority of the buildings ventialation needs. the light well, centrally located in the prime needs during the daytime when outside air temperature is adequate. the double skin envelope with convection vents allows for stack effect to occur within the double skin, drawing warm air out of the

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VENTILATION PRIME: (137532 X 13’) X 2 ac/hr 60 min/hr

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

= 59597.2 cfm required

SPEC: (60225 x 13’) X 2 ac/hr 60 min/hr = 26097.5 cfm required

4301059 BTU/HR

COOLING TOWER SIZING = (4301059 BTU/HR)/(12000) = 358.42 ton

CALCULATIONS

AIR HANDLER = PRIME:62,000 cfm unit

SPEC: 28,000 cfm unit

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ETFE OPERATION SCHEME

Strategy Summary SOLAR CLIMATE SENSOR

CONTROL SYSTEM

ETFE (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene) cushions: combine exceptional light transmission with high insulation. each layer within the cushion can incorporate different types of solar shading, enabling the designer to optimise the aesthetic and environmental performance of the building envelope. the system consists of pneumatic cushions that are 1% the weight of glass, restrained in aluminium extrusions and supported by a lightweight structure. the cushions are inflated with low pressure air and nitrogen fog to provide insulation resist solar radiation and resist wind loads. the cushions are fabricated from multiple layers of ETFE foil. as each layer of foil encloses a layer of air, the U value of the envelope is very low and can be optimised to suit each application. with the incorporation of Texlon® Nano each assembly achieves a U value low of 0.3.

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Distributed Intellegence: 265 sensors with a small cpu, connected to the ETFE cushions, makes each ETFE cushion intellegent. High Performance Glazing: solera advanced insulated glass system. uses 8mm of nanogel to achieve an insulation value at center of glass of r-17.

NITROGEN FOG MACHINE

GENERAL AIR STATION

DIAPHRAM AIR STATION

SENSORS

Wall Performance: solarcrete structural insulated concrete panels have r-value of r-36 which is 2 to 3 times more resistant to heat loss transfer than the average u.s. department of energy recommendations for r-values for walls when using gas, heat pump or fuel oil for heating. Light Weight Facade Structure: completely thermaly broken facade members support a lightweight, highly insulated facade.

SELECTED COOLING TOWER: DELTA COOLING TOWERS, INC.

NOTES: 1. DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE NOMINAL AND ARE SUBJECT TO FABRICATION TOLER ANCES.

MODEL: TR-305812 OPERATING WEIGHT: 12130 LB DIM L X W X HT: 21.5’ X 8.5’ X 11’ CAPACITY TONS: 408 FAN MOTOR HP (#): 5 X (3) SUMP CAP GALLONS: 720

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2. MOUNTING BASE TO BE INSTALLED ON A RIGIG STRUCTURE, PROPERLY SUP PORTED. 3. EXTERNAL PIPING MUST BE INDEPENDENTLY SUPPORTED. 4. PIPNG AND BULKHEAD FITTING MATERIAL IS PVC. 5. HARDWARE MATERIAL IS TYPE 304 STAINLESS STEEL. 6. FAN ASSEMBLY SHIPPED INSTALLED ON TOWER. 7. FOR BOTTOM OUTLET MAXIMUM OPENING IN SUPPORT TO BE 22” X 22”. 8. MAXIMUM INLET WATER TEMPERATURE 140 DEGREES FARENHEIT. 9. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES. 10. ALL WEIGHTS ARE IN POUNDS. DRY WEIGHT INCLUDES; FAN ASSEMBLY AND TOWER, COMPLETE AND MOUNTING PLATFORM, OPERATING WEIGHT INCLUDES FULL SUMP.V

# QTY DESCRIPTION MATERIAL 1 1 TOWER SHELL 2 3 FAN RING 3 3 MOTOR 4 3 ELEC CONN 5 3 PROPELLER 6 3 FAN GUARD 7 1 WATER DISTRI 8 1 SET MIST ELIMINATOR 9 1 FILL SUPPORT 10 1 STRAINER 11 1 SET FILL 12 16 LOUVER WINDOW 13 1 LADD ASSEMBLY 14 1 FLOAT VALVE 15 3 VIBRATION SWITCH 16 1 MOUNTING BASE

POLYETHYLENE COATED STEEL ALUM/STEEL ALUM FRP POLYPROP COATED STEEL PVC PVC FRP PLASTIC PVC PVC ALUM BRONZE STEEL PREM COATED STL

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SELECTED BOILER UNIT: FULTON - EDGE VERTICAL TUBELESS BOILER

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ICX BOILER: 9.5 INPUT BTU/HR: 398,000 STEAM OUTPUT: 328 LBS/HR HOT WATER OUTPUT: 3,181,000 BTU/HR WATER VOLUME: 16 GAL OPERATING WEIGHT: 2,033 LBS FOOTPRINT IN INCHES: 33 X 44 X 85 (W X D X H) FEATURES • Same vertical tubeless 2-pass design as our Classic boiler • Additional Flue Gas Enhancing System to maximize efficiency • Top mounted burner for even heat distribution • Small footprint - compact design • Built/Certified to ASME, CSD-1 and other applicable codes, UL Packaged Boiler • All hand-welded pressure vessel • Stainless steel jacket

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BOILER

Side View

Front View

BYPASS: SPRING AND FALL

AIR HANDLER

Top View

HP

SELECTED AIR HANDLER UNIT: FULTON - AAON RL SERIES

LEVEL 8

PRIME SPACE: MODEL RL 190 [ 24,750 to 75,000 cfm ]

HP

DIMENSIONS: 142” X 102” X 227”

LEVEL 7

SPEC SPACE: MODEL RL 070 [ 8,900 to 30,000 cfm ] DIMESIONS: 100” X 102” X 225” Performance • Air filters are available in various configurations and can be provided with multiple options and monitoring devices for improved indoor air quality. • Factory or field mounted controls can be provided to meet the existing control architecture or designed to meet your needs for new construction. • Hot water or steam heat can be tied into buildings existing heating system. • Modulating or multi-stage gas heat for improved fuel efficiency and greater occupant comfort. • SCR (Silicon Controlled Rectifier) electric heat control allows for reduced power consumption, longer heat life and improved occupant comfort.

COOLING TOWER

Green Benefits • All AAON air handling equipment is capable of operation with R-410A environmentally friendly refrigerant. • Integral factory installed AAONAIRE Energy Recovery Wheel yields a smaller footprint than aftermarket bolt-on installations and gives peace of mind knowing AAON has expertly designed the complete system. • Selectable row cooling coils provide improved dehumidification and allow low air flow applications. • VFD volume control on the blower provides better energy efficiency.

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ZONE 2

1183 sq ft

ZONE 3

1827 sq ft

ZONE 1

710 sq ft

ZONE 1: PRESIDENT OFFICE VP OFFICE SHARED RESTROOM

= = =

ZONE 4

374 sq ft

20cfm 20cfm 75cfm

ZONE 2: ASSOCIATE OFFICE x3 = 60cfm KITCHEN = 40cfm COPY ROOM = 7cfm MECH/ELEC CLOSET = 6cfm CIRCULATION = 15cfm ZONE 3: LOBBY OPEN OFFICE TEAM CONFERENCE RECEPTION ZONE 4: CONFERENCE ROOM O.A. REQUIREMENTS:

ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE

4’ 2’

*NOTE: ALL DUCTING/PIPING RUN BELOW TATE WOODCORE RAISED FLOOR. ZONES SEPARATED BY INTERNAL PLENUM PARTITIONS ALL HEAT PUMPS ARE BOTH HEATING AND COOLING. (RATED ON COOLING LOAD. HEATING CAPACITY EXCEEDS REQUIRED)

= 6cfm = 200cfm = 160cfm = 30cfm = 440cfm

1 2 3 4

= = = =

ZONE 1 - 38714 BTU

- 3.22 TON (COOLING REQUIRED) PUMP - 3.34 TON (MODEL TR-042) CLIMATE MASTER TRANQUILITY SERIES

115cfm 128cfm 396cfm 440cfm

ZONE 2 - 43284 BTU - 3.60 TON (COOLING REQUIRED) PUMP - 3.97 TON (MODEL TR-048) CLIMATE MASTER TRANQUILITY SERIES

ZONE

Area of glass

Q heat

Q sens

total q heat

1

390

620.1

6613.075

7233.175

2

468

744.12

7360.64

8104.76

3

1248

1984.32

22771.98

24756.3

4

546

868.14

25302.2

26170.34

q envelope

q sense

q latent

q people

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245.7

6613.075

1642.2

3550

2

294.84

2916.48

1827.84

5915

3

786.24

9022.86

5654.88

9135

4

343.98

10025.4

6283.2

1870

q lights

q solar

q equip

1

0.005286197

25945.92

717.1

38714.00029

2

0.003172612

31135.104

1194.83

43284.09717

3

0.002054297

61501.44

1845.27

87945.69205

4

0.010035294

36324.288

377.74

55224.61804

q total

ZONE 3 - 87945 BTU - 7.32 TON (COOLING REQUIRED) PUMP - 7.5 TON (MODEL TC-090) CLIMATE MASTER COMPACT VERTICAL SERIES

MECHANICAL FLOOR PLANS scale: easy to remove blower housing for quick service and PSC three-speed fan motor. easy service access from multiple sides

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dual compressor vibration isolation for quiet operation

ZONE 4 - 55224 BTU - 4.6 TON (COOLING REQUIRED) PUMP - 4.9 TON (MODEL TR-060) CLIMATE MASTER COMPACT VERTICAL SERIES Unit Features • Sizes 006 (1/2 ton, 1.8 kW) through 060 (5 tons, 17.6 kW) • Exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 efficiencies • Galvanized steel construction with attractive matte black epoxy powder coat paint front access panel • Epoxy powder painted galvanized steel drain pan • Sound absorbing glass fiber insulation • Unique double isolation compressor mounting for quiet operation • Insulated divider and separate compressor/air handler compartments • Copeland scroll compressors (Size 018 and above) • Microprocessor controls standard (optional DXM and/or DDC controls) • Field convertible discharge air arrangement for horizontal units • PSC three-speed fan motor • Internally trapped condensate drain line (vertical units only) • Eight safeties standard • Extended range (20 to 120°F, -6.7 to 48.9°C) capable

easy access control box cotains advanced digital controls with remote service sentinel optional enhanced controls (dxm) & ddc controllers factory installed hanger brackets on horizontal units

epoxy powder painted drain pan with condensate overflow protection

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HP #4 ZONE 4

ZONE 2 - 3.60 TON - MODEL TR-048 - 25.4” X 29.1”

87”

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ZONE 3 - 7.50 TON - MODEL TC-090 - 24.0” x 29.0” 195-1/2”

ZONE 4 - 4.90 TON - MODEL TR-060 - 25.4” x 29.1”

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Prime 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Lavatory

Toilet

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Spec 1 2 3 4 5

Urinal

5 5 5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

DF

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1 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 4 4

Shower

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

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2902.2 separate facilities where plumbing fixtures are required, separate facilities shall be provided for each sex 2902.3 number the number of percentage of of 50 percent

of occupants of each sex plumbing fixtures shall be distributed equally between the sexes based on the each sex anticipated in the occupant load. the occupant load shall be comprised of each sex, unless statistical data otherwise states.

2902.4 required public toilet facilities customers, patrons, ad visitors shall be provided with public toilet facilities as required in this code. access to public facilities shall not pass through kitchens, storage rooms, closets, or similar spaces not available to the public. employees must be provided with toilet facilities in all occupancies. employee toilet facilities can be either separate or combined with the public toilet facilities.

1 1 1 1

2903.1 water supply protection the supply lines and fittings for every plumbing fixture shall be installed so as to prevent backflow

WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM DESIGN A.

2902.1 minimum number of fixtures plumbing fixtures shall be provided for the type of occupancy and in the minimum number shown in table 2902.1. types of occupancies not shown in table 2902.1 shall be considered individually by the building official. the number of occupants shall be determined by this code. occupancy classification shall be determined in accordance with chapter 3.

# of fixtures

G.

Pressure Loss Due to Elevation

Lavatory

Toilet

Urinal

DF

SS

Shower

prime

48.063 psi

prime

28

30

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7

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25.547 psi

spec

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WSFU

Lavatory Toilet Urinal DF SS Shower C. Type

Total WSFU Prime Spec

2 10 5 0.25 3 4

56 300 30 1.75 21 24

32 160 0 1 12 0

GPM WSFU

Total WFSU

Total GPM

56 300 30 1.75 21 24

432.75

129.91

D. (Lav) E.

6

18.075

J.

32 160 0 1 12 0

25.547

Determine Size of Pump TPL 77.563

Size of pump -37.563

40

59.622

-19.622

prime

91.4

spec

59.622

361.5

16.492946

L.

8 Development L/Equivalent L/Total Equivalent L spec

DL

180’

241’

Total EL

270’

361.5’

Pressure Loss Due to Friction

prime

13.5 psi

at 29 psi

1-1/2" at 16.5 psi

spec

18.075 psi

DFU

16

0

Toilet

Urinal

DF

SS

7

7

6

spec

16

16

0

4

4

0

DFU

2

6

2

0.5

2

2

TOTAL

prime DFU

56

180

12

3.5

14

12

spec DFU

32

96

0

2

8

0

Size/Slope Diameter 5" 4"

N. Slope

WSFU

Prime

Spec

Total

10 5

300 30

160 0

330 160

Stack/Vent Pipe Stack

Vent

1/8"

prime

5"

4"

1/8"

spec

4"

4"

277.5 138

mechanical plumbing electrical

GPM

prime

155.5

spec

83 PSI for furthest fixture 15 PSI from tank

P

Pressure Loss Due to Elevation

prime

48.063

spec

25.547

13.5

spec

18.075

Valve 6

Friction 13.5

Elevation 48.063

Total 77.563

spec

10

6

18.075

25.547

59.622

spec J.

0

Total Pressure Loss Meter 10

prime

-

MICAH MCKELVEY

prime

I.

CALCULATIONS

Pressure Loss Due to Friction

prime

Shower

6

structural

WSFU

H.

30

spec

spec

G.

28

prime

6

F.

prime

M.

30

0

Pipe Size

Lavatory

PSI for furthest fixture

prime

E.

WASTE WATER SYSTEM DESIGN 205

Urinal

(WC) Total 28.727037

2"

Toilet

D.

Determine Pressure Loss/100'

integration

# of fixtures

C.

Main psi 40

39.3 2.6 4.1 34182 837121 47% 55382 37% 87333 59%

architectural

GREY WATER

Toilet Urinal

59.622

Total EL 270

K.

average annual total number of inches of rain: average rainfall during the lowest month(in): average rainfall during the highest month(in): Roof Area (sq ft): Number of gallons of rooftop rainfall available for harvesting: Percentage of total annual gallons needed to flush toilets and urinals: Dry month availability (gal) Drier month percentage of greywater needed for flushing toilets and urinals: Wet Month Availability (gal): Wetter month percentage of greywater needs for flushing toilets and urinals:

Type

Elevation Total 48.063 77.563

PL 77.563

spec

prime

F.

10

prime

Spec Lavatory Toilet Urinal DF SS Shower

spec

spec

Prime Lavatory Toilet Urinal DF SS Shower

prime

Friction 13.5

1676 5 10 148978 1787733

Estimated Rainwater Available for Harvesting

B.

Valve 6

prime

[Occupancy] # of people in building on any given day: Days per week building is occupied by the majority of the people: Average hours per day will the building is occupied : Estimated total monthly gallons water required for flushing toilets and urinals: Estimated total annual water requirements for flushing toilets and urinals:

A.

Total Pressure Loss Meter 10

I.

Water Requirements for Toilet Flushing

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

Determine Size of Pump tank psi 0

TPL 77.563

Size of pump 78psi

0

59.622

60psi

Pipe Size

prime

2"

at 29 psi

spec

2"

at 16.5 psi

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

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PLUMBING NARRATIVE

architectural

the plumbing system of this building begins at the west facade of the structure. there, the main splits into the two supply pipes for both the prime and spec towers. greywater calculations [listed on P-0] supply the w.c. and urinals w/an average of 47% of their required water year round. water lines are directed to the roof where they meet the cooling tower and boiler. from there, pipes distribute the hot/cold water to the heat pumps, air handlers, and faucets that require a hot line. fixtures are all high efficiency with motion - flush sensors. w.c.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s are high efficiency flushometer bowls.

structural

integration

mechanical plumbing electrical

roof mounted boiler

meter

BOILER

specified pump

to cooling tower urinal

H

C

to heat pumps

water closet

lavatory

service sink

shower head

drinking fountain hot water pipe cold water pipe

WATER SYSTEMS

P

-

1

MICAH MCKELVEY

greywater from cistern to wc/urinal

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

PUMP(s)

MAIN AT 80PSI

METER(s)

NO RT H

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS DOMESTIC WATER RISER

WASHIINGTON, D.C

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architectural integration structural mechanical plumbing electrical Note: all urinals, water closets, sinks, and drinking fountains to have proper trap construction for sewer gas backflow prevention

vent

urinal

water closet

vent line

lavatory

service sink

shower head

drinking fountain vent water pipe soil water pipe

WASTE SYSTEMS

P

-

2

MICAH MCKELVEY

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

TO SEWER

NO RT H

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS SANITARY WATER RISER

WASHIINGTON, D.C

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DRAIN TOWARD LIGHT WELL

DRAINAGE NARRATIVE

SLOPE

this structureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drainage scheme is split between two rooftops with a shared overall strategy, direct all possible rain where to the cistern located below the light well in the prime tower. on that side, the whole roof surface low slopes toward the light well, funneling rainwater toward chutes that direct it out and down the well. both rooftop surfaces consist of permeable pavers of stone of grass trays. the spec rooftop, like the prime, uses the same raised paver system to level the surface and allow for runoff to flow beneath. the drains on this side collectively pipe the water back to the cistern on the prime side. the goal of all the drainage, besides its ecological benefit, is to create a waterfall like effect within the light well with mass amounts of water being funneled in during rainy periods. see A-13 for rooftop section details

ROOF DRAINS/SYSTEMS

P

-

3

MICAH MCKELVEY

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

ROOF DRAINAGE / WATER HARVESTING SYSTEM \

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architectural integration structural mechanical plumbing

FIRE PROTECTION:

electrical

the dual siamese connections mounted on the west facade will provide water to the four standpipes and the automatic spinkler system. located within each of the four stairwells are the standpipes, whose 100’ hose radius is able to cover the whole building.

SP

SP

FIRE PROTECTION

P

SP

-

4

SP MICAH MCKELVEY

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

siamese fire hose connection x2

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

20’

10’

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

60’

40’

FIRE PROTECTION PLAN

scale: 1/20” = 1’-0”

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architectural integration structural mechanical *REFER TO A-11 FOR KEYNOTING

plumbing electrical

STAND PIPE

DISTRIBUTION PIPE

4K SPRINKLER LAYOUT

P

-

5

MICAH MCKELVEY

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

I.S. SPRINKLER LAYOUT scale:

1/8” = 1’-0”

idc project / spring 2011 / kent state university / college of architecture and environmental design / professor ferut /


IMPERATIVE RESPONSE

architectural

The electrical strategy for The Yards Mixed Use Office Developement was focused on keeping electrical loads low to conserve energy for the good of the earth and costs low to building occupants. Relating to the electrical systems, this strategy is mostly accomplished through the architectural design of the building spaces by limiting the depth of the lease spans to a minimum and thus maximizing the office areas for daylighting. This simple strategy completely eliminates the need for additional lighting for the majority of the work day. However, when conditions can not be ideal for lighting the interior spaces, a plan was developed to enable the use of as few lighting fixtures as possible while still providing ample task lighting where needed and creating an architecturally interesting lighting design.

integration structural mechanical plumbing electrical

To do this, the lighting plan provides task downlighting only where absolutely necessary (at entry reception, in the kitchens, the copy room, etc) and specifies mobile (desk mounted) lighting fixtures for task lighting at work stations. Because the remainder of the space needs to be kept only moderatly illuminated, dimmable ambient LED lights are placed above perforated panels in the ceiling creating a cosmic effect of illumination, while keeping energy needs incredibly low. Connected to lighting sensors, these fixtures automatically adjust to keep levels in the interior consistent if needed. In this way, the lighting design becomes highly adaptable, efficient, and specific to the varying needs of any particular situation.

ELECTRICAL DESIGN NARRATIVE

EMERGENCY POWER SIZING CALCULATIONS

Unit Substation: Incoming service at 15 KV to a single 480/277 Volt, 3 phase, 4 wire Unit Substation. The 208/120 Volt system is distributed at each floor of the building. Assembly/Retail Space (total = 38,703 ft ) 2

Lighting 38,703 x 2.5 = 96,757.5w Devices 38,703 x 0.9 = 34,832.7w HVAC 38,703 x 5.5 = 212,866.5w Misc. 38,703 x 1.4 = 54,184.2w 398,641w Tenant Office Spaces (total = 37,797.9 ft2)

Lighting 37,798 x 3.0 = 113,394w Devices 37,798 x 2.0 = 75,596w HVAC 37,798 x 4.7 = 177,650.6w Misc. 37,798 x 1.2 = 45,357.6w 411,998w

ELECTRICAL SYMBOL SCHEDULE SYMBOL

Emergency Generator: 2243 KVA x .1

= 224.3 KVA

DESCRIPTION

ONE CIRCUIT, TWO WIRE HOME RUN TO PANEL

CONDUIT RUN CONCEALED IN WALL OR CEILING

COUNDUIT RUN CONCEALED IN FLOOR OR GROUND

Select a 250KW, 480/227 Volt, 3 phase, 4 wire unit. This unit will feed both the 480/227 Volt loads and the 208/120 Volt Loads.

CELING LIGHT FIXTURE WALL LIGHT FIXTURE

LED COVE LIGHT FIXTURE

GENERAL INFORMATION

E

-

0

CEILING MOUNTED EXIT LIGHT WALL MOUNTED EXIT LIGHT

Automatic Transfer Switch: 250 KW .8

= 312.5 KVA

312,500 VA (1.73)(480V)

EMERGENCY FLOOD LIGHT

= 312,500 VA = 376.3 amps

Select a 400 amp, 480/277 Volt, 3 phase, 4 wire unit.

SINGLE POLE SWITCH DIMMER SWITCH ac

ELECTRICAL SIZING CALCULATIONS

MICAH MCKELVEY

DUPLEX RECEPTACLE

ABOVE COUNTER RECEPTACLE

QUAD FLOOR MOUNTED RECEPTACLE QUAD RECEPTACLE

COMBINATION VOICE & DATA RECPTACLE TELEVISION CABLE CONNECTION FUSED DISCONNECT SWITCH

Prime Office Spaces (total = 104,082 ft ) 2

BREAKER/STARTER COMBIATION PANELBOARD

Lighting 104,082 x 3.0 = 312,246w Devices 104,082 x 2.0 = 208,164w HVAC 104,082 x 4.7 = 489,185.4w Misc 104,082 x 1.2 = 124,898.4w 333,062w

TELEPHONE TERMILAN BOARD

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

TRANSFORMER METER

Elevators (6 @ 60hp)

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

6 x 49634w = 297,804w Total = 2,242,936w = 2,243KW This load requires a 2500 KVA transformer.

ELECTRICAL SIZING CALCULATIONS

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

idc project / spring 2011 / kent state university / college of architecture and environmental design / professor ferut /


architectural

1

2

3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

integration

Security panel Fire alarm panel Energy mgmt panel 480/277 Lighting panel 480/277 Power panel 208/120 Recept. panel Transformer Motor control center Main unit substation

1

1 480/277V Busduct 2 480-208/120V Transformer 3 208/120V Receptacle Panel

2 3

structural mechanical plumbing electrical

3

3

9

TYPICAL TENANT ELECTRICAL ROOM LAYOUT

4

5

6

7

7

scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

8

MAIN ELECTRICAL ROOM LAYOUT

4

scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

2 3

1 Fire Alarm Control Panels 2 Fireman’s Phones 3 Elevator Control Panels 4 Work surface

1

FIRE COMMAND

4

1

2

1 Battery charger 2 Transfer switch 3 Emergency distribution panel 4 To normal power source

3

scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

ELECTRICAL ROOMS

E

-

1

MICAH MCKELVEY 250 KW GENERATOR 3

4

2 5 1 6

1 Building Management Panel 2 Telephone Equipment Board 3 480/277V Lighting Panel 4 480/277V Busduct 5 480-208/120V Transformer 6 208/120V Receptacle Panel

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG exterior wall

GENERATOR ROOM

scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

TYPICAL PRIME ELECTRICAL ROOM LAYOUT

scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

idc project / spring 2011 / kent state university / college of architecture and environmental design / professor ferut /


architectural integration structural mechanical plumbing electrical

ROOF

LEVEL 8

LEVEL 7

LEVEL 6

LEVEL 5

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

ELECTRICAL RISER DIAGRAM

E

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2

MICAH MCKELVEY

ELECTRICAL RISER DIAGRAM

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

idc project / spring 2011 / kent state university / college of architecture and environmental design / professor ferut /


architectural integration structural mechanical plumbing electrical 9

11 13

17

8

3

12 4

10

5

22 6

16 20

15

18

21

7

I.S. POWER / COMMUNICATIONS WIRING PLAN scale:

1/8” = 1’-0”

TENANT ELECTRICAL PLANS

E

-

3

MICAH MCKELVEY

2 1

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS I.S. LIGHTING PLAN scale:

1/8” = 1’-0”

WASHIINGTON, D.C

idc project / spring 2011 / kent state university / college of architecture and environmental design / professor ferut /


PANEL SCHEDULE

Mounting: Surface Panel

Location:

Bus Rating MCB or MLO Voltage: 208/120-3phase-4 wire

CKT. 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23

DESCRIPTION Ambient Lighting Work Room + Waiting Open Office B Office + Conference Reception Copier A Executive Administrator Associate Office A Associate Office C Spare Refrigerator (space for expansion) totals

Load Lighting Recepts HVAC Misc. Total Amperes

1.6

KVA Conn. 2.8 20 0 0 22.8 63.36

x x x x

KVA Connected Phase A: 7.2

KVA Connected Load: 22.8 KVA Demand Load: 22.8 Amps Conn. Load: 63.36 Amps Demand Load: 63.36

LTG 1.6

LOAD SUMMARY

Room 530

KVA RECP.

HVAC

1 1.2 1.2 1 1.5 1.2 1.2 1.2 0 0.8 10.3

0

Demand Factors 1 NEC 0.75 0.6

= = = =

CIRCUIT BREAKER AMP/POLE 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 -

KVA Demand 2.8 20 0 0 22.8 63.36

PH. A B C A B C A B C A B C

CIRCUIT BREAKER AMP/POLE 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 20/1 -

HVAC

structural mechanical

KVA RECP.

LTG. 1.2

0.8 1.2 1 1 9.7

1.2

DESCRIPTION Down Lights + Wall Lights Open Office A Open Office C Kitchen Copy Room Copier B Spare Associate Office B Vice President Bathroom President (space for expansion)

PHASE TOTALS

Phase A Phase B Phase C Min. Size

integration

KVA Connected Phase B: 7.8 KVA Connected Phase C: 7.8

1.2 1.2 1 0.8 1.5

0

architectural

CKT. 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24

plumbing electrical

7.2 7.8 7.8

Main CB or Fuse

x 1.25 = 79.20

TENANT PANEL SCHEDULE

TENANT SCHED./LEGEND

LIGHTING FIXTURE SCHEDULE

TYPE A

NO. OF LAMPS & TYPE 5 - High Brightness LEDs in 12"

LAMP WATTS -

FIXTURE VOLTS WATTS 6.5 / 12" 120

MANUFACTURE CATALOGUE # GE 73098

DIFFUSING LENS -

MOUNTING

DESCRIPTION

Cut-to-fit mounting track

Dimable track-mounted LED lighting system with end to end connections installed above perf. Ceiling panel

B

2 - CFL Quad Tube

13

26

277

Lightolier 8052CLW

Comfort Clear Difused

Recessed 6" diameter compact ceiling mounted fluorescent open downlight

C

1 - CFL Bright Stik T12

33

33

277

GE 12257

Milk White acrylic lens

Surface wall mounted vertical

1" diameter wall mounted CFL vanity light.

D

High Brightness LEDs included

-

4.7

120

Lightolier LGA1RCA

Clear Acrylic

Universal mount, Fully recessed ceiling / wall

Exit sign clear acrylic w/red lettering, LED lamps, emergengy battery and charger

E

2 - MR16 lamps

35

72

120

Lightolier SOLUTIONWWL

Impact resistant polycarbonate

Recessed wall mounting

Fully recessed emergency light w/automatic test & maintenance free battery.

LIGHTING FIXTURE SCHEDULE

GE 73098 LED COVE LIGHTING, Fixture A

E

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4

MICAH MCKELVEY

CHRIS SCHOENLEIN

THE

MIXED USE OFFICE BLDG

YARDS WASHIINGTON, D.C

idc project / spring 2011 / kent state university / college of architecture and environmental design / professor ferut /


Navy Yards Integrated Design Document