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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS HOTEL AND YOUTH HOSTEL PANEL SET

COVER SHEET CODES AND CALCULATIONS

ZONING ANALYSIS SITE ANALYSIS

ARCHITECTURAL

STRUCTURAL MECHANICAL

PLUMBING

FIRE PROTECTION ELECTRICAL

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DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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HEIGHT, AREA ALLOWANCE, SEPARATION, AND OCCUPANCIES

DECISIONS

- HEIGHT AND BUILDING AREA LIMITATIONS ARE UNLIMITED BECAUSE OF TYPE I-A CONSTRUCTION.

R-1 INCIDENTALS

- FIRE SEPARATION BETWEEN ALL OCCUPANCY IS 1 HOUR.

B A-2

- THERE ARE 3 DIFFERENT OCCUPANCY GROUPS WITH MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA ALLOWANCE PER OCCUPANT AN INCIDENTAL ACCESSORY AREA AS WELL. TABLE 1004.1.1 - 2009 IBC, PAGE 220 ACCESSORY STORAGE AREAS MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT ROOM ASSEMBLY WITHOUT FIXED SEATS BUSINESS AREA KITCHEN, COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL PARKING GARAGES

APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES COMMERCIAL ACCESSIBILITY CODE ELECTRICAL CODE PLUMBING CODE MECHANICAL CODE RESIDENTIAL CODE

300 GROSS SQFT 300 GROSS SQFT 15 NET SQFT 100 GROSS SQFT 200 GROSS SQFT 200 GROSS SQFT 200 GROSS SQFT

- IBC 2009 IS USED IN GRAND RAPIDS, MI - AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM THROUGHOUT ENTIRE BUILDING

REQUIRED SEPARATION OF OCCUPANCIES (HOURS) TABLES 508.2.5 AND 508.4 - 2009 IBC, PAGES 85-86

2009 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) 2010 AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES (ADAAG) 2008 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC) 2006 MICHIGAN PLUMBING CODE (MPC) 2006 MICHIGAN MECHANICAL CODE (MMC) 2006 MICHIGAN RESIDENTIAL CODE (MRC)

ALLOWABLE HEIGHT AND BUILDING AREAS TABLE 503 - 2009 IBC, PAGE 80 TYPE I-A

PROTECTED, NON-COMBUSTIBLE BUILDING STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY 2 RESIDENTIAL 1 BUSINESS

UNLIMITED STORIES UNLIMITED STORIES UNLIMITED STORIES

UNLIMITED AREA UNLIMITED AREA UNLIMITED AREA

A <1 HOUR> R <1 HOUR> B <1 HOUR> A LAUNDRY ROOM <1 HOUR PROVIDE AUTOMATIC FIREEXTINGUISHING SYSTEM WASTE AND LINEN COLLECTION <1 HOUR PROVIDE AUTOMATIC FIREEXTINGUISHING SYSTEM

PROJECT OCCUPANCY TYPES A-2 ASSEMBLY A-2 ASSEMBLY B BUSINESS R-1 RESIDENTIAL INCIDENTAL ACCESSORY OCCUPANCIES

CAFÉ LOUNGE AND BAR SMALL OFFICES HOTEL AND YOUTH HOSTEL LARGE LAUNDRY AND WASTE ROOMS

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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FIRE RATING, EGRESS TRAVEL, AND CALCULATIONS

DECISIONS

OCCUPANT AND EGRESS CALCULATIONS LOWER FLOOR ACCESSORY 5312 MECHANICAL KITCHEN PARKING TOTAL

1 HOUR FIRE RATED

/300 4960 /300 1982 /200 30573 /200

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 17

OCCUPANTS = 16 OCCUPANTS =9 OCCUPANTS = 152 OCCUPANTS = 194 OCCUPANTS 2 3

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 194 x 0.3 = 58.2 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 108 INCHES OTHER 194 x 0.2 = 38.8 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

EXIT ACCESS TRAVEL DISTANCE (FEET) TABLE 1016.1 - 2009 IBC, Page 240 A R B

250 WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM 250 WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM 300 WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM

SECTION 1016.2 STATES THE REQUIRED MAXIMUM DISTANCE INCREASE FOR AN EGRESS BALCONY IS AN ADDITIONAL 100 FEET. SECTION 1018.4 STATES THE REQUIRED MAXIMUM DEAD END CORRIDOR LENGTH IS 20 FEET WITH THE EXCEPTION THAT IN OCCUPANCIES IN GROUP R1, THE MAXIMUM DEAD END CORRIDOR LENGTH WITH AN AUTOMATED SPRINKLER SYSTEM IS 50 FEET.

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES FULLY SPRINKLERED STRUCTURE REQUIREMENT DUE TO HEIGHT OVER 75’ TALL HIGH-RISE REGULATIONS. PER TABLE 1021.1 THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PER STORY FOR AN OCCUPANT LOAD OF 1-500 PER STORY IS 2.

FIRST FLOOR ASSEMBLY BUSINESS RESIDENTIAL TOTAL

8254 /15 10621 /100 5814 /200

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 550 OCCUPANTS = 106 OCCUPANTS = 29 OCCUPANTS = 685 OCCUPANTS

- THE BUILDING HAS FULL SPRINKLER SYSTEM. - MAXIMUM EGRESS DISTANCE IS 250’ - MAXIMUM DEAD END EGRESS DISTANCE IS 50’ - REQUIRED RATING FOR EXIT CORRIDOR WITH SPRINKLER IS 0.5 HOURS IN RESIDENTIAL AND 0 IN BUSINESS AND ASSEMBLY.

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REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS NA OTHER 685 x 0.2 = 137 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 576 INCHES SECOND THROUGH FIFTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL 22248 /200 = 111 OCCUPANTS TOTAL = 111 OCCUPANTS REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

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REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 111 x 0.3 = 33.3 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 180 INCHES OTHER 111 x 0.2 = 22.2 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES SIXTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL TOTAL

16491 /200

= 82 OCCUPANTS = 82 OCCUPANTS

PER TABLE 1018.1 THE REQUIRED RATING FOR AN EXIT CORRIDOR SHALL BE 0.5 HOURS FOR RESIDENTIAL AREAS SERVING MORE THAN 10 PEOPLE AND 0 HOURS FOR A, AND B OCCUPANCIES WHEN PROVIDED A FULLY SPRINKLERED STRUCTURE.

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

SECTION 1017.4 REQUIRES ANY TABLES OR SEATING THAT IS ADJACENT TO AN AISLE OR AISLE ACCESSWAY BE NO LESS THAN 19 INCHES FROM THE AISLE OR AISLE ACCESSWAY.

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 82 x 0.3 = 24.6 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 180 INCHES OTHER 82 x 0.2 = 16.4 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

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DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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DECISIONS

OCCUPANT AND EGRESS CALCULATIONS OCCUPANT AND EGRESS CALCULATIONS CONT’D SEVENTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL 15357 /200 TOTAL REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 76 OCCUPANTS = 76 OCCUPANTS 4 5

ELEVENTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL 5071 /200 TOTAL REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 25 OCCUPANTS = 25 OCCUPANTS 2 2

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 76 x 0.3 = 22.8 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 180 INCHES OTHER 76 x 0.2 = 15.2 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 25 x 0.3 = 7.5 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 90 INCHES OTHER 25 x 0.2 = 5 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

EIGHTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL TOTAL

TWELFTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL 3551 /200 TOTAL

12169 /200

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 60 OCCUPANTS = 60 OCCUPANTS 3 3

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 17 OCCUPANTS = 17 OCCUPANTS 1 1

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 60 x 0.3 = 18 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 108 INCHES OTHER 60 x 0.2 = 12 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 17 x 0.3 = 5.1 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 45 INCHES OTHER 17 x 0.2 = 3.4 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

NINTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL TOTAL

THIRTEENTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL 2915 /200 TOTAL

11037 /200

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 55 OCCUPANTS = 55 OCCUPANTS 3 3

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 14 OCCUPANTS = 14 OCCUPANTS 1 1

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 55 x 0.3 = 16.5 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 108 INCHES OTHER 55 x 0.2 = 11 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 14 x 0.3 = 4.2 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 45 INCHES OTHER 14 x 0.2 = 2.8 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

TENTH FLOOR RESIDENTIAL TOTAL

FOURTEENTH FLOOR MECHANICAL 2197 /300 TOTAL

7860 /200

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

= 39 OCCUPANTS = 39 OCCUPANTS 3 3

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 39 x 0.3 = 11.7 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 135 INCHES OTHER 39 x 0.2 = 7.8 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EXITS PROVIDED NUMBER OF EXITS

- EGRESS CORRIDOR IS THE COMMON HALLWAY IN EACH WING.

= 7 OCCUPANTS = 7 OCCUPANTS 1 1

REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH (WITH SPRINKLER SYSTEM) STAIRWAYS 7 x 0.3 = 2.1 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 45 INCHES OTHER 7 x 0.2 = 1.4 INCHES INCHES PROVIDED = 144 INCHES

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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DECISIONS

EGRESS FLOOR PLANS

N 1ST PLAN

2ND-5TH PLAN

6TH PLAN

7TH PLAN

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S

EXIT POINT EGRESS PATH EGRESS STAIR 11TH PLAN

12TH PLAN

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

8TH PLAN

9TH PLAN

10TH PLAN

13TH PLAN

14TH PLAN

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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS ZONING ANALYSIS

ZONING DISTRICT CC [CITY CENTRAL]

SITE LAYOUT

Neighborhood Classification CC

location of the street curb to provide sufficient pedestrian access and to maintain a consistent street wall which defines the character of the existing commercial district. Table 5.6.07.A. specifies that the measurement shall be taken from the back of the curb along a public street. This measurement is utilized to avoid discrepancies in varying property lines.

42° 57’ 47.21” N 85° 40’ 30.88” W

DESIGN IN THIS DISTRICT WITH INTENT TO PRESERVE THE OLDER, HISTORICAL FEEL OF THE DOWNTOWN AREA AND REUSE BUILDINGS IF POSSIBLE.

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Minimum Lot Area Residential (sq ft/unit) All non-residential (sq ft) Minimum Lot Width (feet) Ground floor residential 25 All non-residential 25 Setbacks (feet) Required Building Line, measured B.O.C. Ground floor residential 141 Regional or Major Street 141 with on-street parking Regional or Major Street 141 without on-street parking All other streets 141 a. Front Setback. The front setback shall Minimum Front Setback extend the full width of the lot. Minimum Side Setback b. Rear Setback. The rear setback shall extend Commercial use abutting the full width of the lot. ground-floor residential use c. Side Setback. The side setback shall extend All Others from the side lot line between the Minimum Rear Setback front setback line to the rear setback line. If Commercial abutting no rear setback is required, the side ground-floor residential use setback shall extend from the side lot line All Others between the front setback line and the Minimum Greenspace (% of lot area) rear lot line. Residential 5% All non-residential 5% 2. Exception. Setbacks in mixed-use commercial 1 This dimension shall apply in areas not established, per Sections 5.2.06. and 5.5.06. areas are dependent upon the

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Zone District

TCC

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1. Measurement. Building setbacks, or setback lines, are the measurements that define the buildable area of a lot. Building setbacks are the minimum horizontal distances required from the front, side or rear lot lines specified in Articles 5, 6, 7, and 8 of this Chapter. The front, rear and side setback lines are parallel and equidistant from the relevant lot line, between which no buildings or structures may be erected. The buildable area, located in between these lines, is also known as the building envelope.

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Table 5.6.07.A.

AREA OF SITE: 33.5 ACRES

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Building Setbacks.

CC

REGIONAL OR MAJOR STREET SETBACK IS 14’ MINIMUM BUILDING HEIGHTS ARE 85’ WITH BONUSES AND UNLIMITED N

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DOWNTOWN HEIGHT OVERLAY DISTRICT MAP A

CITYOFGRANDRAPIDSZONEDISTRICTS

BUILDING HEIGHT

TRADITIONALNEIGHBORHOODS-TN CC CityCenter TCC TransitionalCityCenter 0

MINIMUM AMOUNT OF GREEN SPACE IS 5% OF LOT AREA

A B 400'

800'

Height limit boundary

85'

ROUGHLY THE CENTER OF THE SITE IS 42° 57’ 42.65” N, 85° 40’ 21.39” W

No Limit 0

500

1,000Feet

42° 57’ 47.30” N 85° 40’ 13.47” W

Section 5.6.02. Traditional Neighborhood Mixed-Use Commercial Districts: Purpose and Intent. 42° 57’ 35.19” N 85° 40’ 19.03” W

N 42° 57’ 35.19” N 85° 40’ 19.03” W

42° 57’ 35.20” N 85° 40’ 13.01” W

ROUGH COORDINATES OF SITE

A. TN-CC, Traditional Neighborhood - City Center Zone District. The intent of this District is to maintain and enhance the vitality of downtown, reinforce its intense development pattern, provide services in close proximity to one another, allow diverse uses, and maintain the presence of older, often historic, buildings. The compact development pattern of downtown establishes a pedestrian-oriented and transit-friendly environment. The City Center Zone District stresses pedestrian circulation, urban and civic design, protection of natural features, and encourages the reuse of existing buildings. Specific objectives are intended to: 1. Accommodate and promote commercial, residential, entertainment, educational, cultural, artistic, health care-related and governmental uses within the City Center Zone District; 2. Improve mobility options downtown, and to reduce the need for on-site parking by encouraging alternative means of transportation, including use of mass transit, bicycle use and other traffic demand management options; 3. Preserve and reuse older buildings, as well as establish standards for the construction of new ones; 4. Expand the employment base and residential population of downtown; 5. Improve walkability and pedestrian interest; 6. Reinforce the unique physical character of downtown, focusing on the design context; and 7. Express the community's special commitment to the visual quality of downtown by establishing minimum criteria for building design compatibility while promoting amenities necessary to attract business, residents and visitors.

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS ZONING ANALYSIS Table 5.9.02. Use Regulations and Approval Process LDR = Low-Density Residential MDR = Mixed-Density Residential NOS = Neighborhood Office Service CC = City Center TCC = Transitional City Center Use

Section

TBA = Traditional Business Area TOD = Transit-Oriented Development C = Commercial OS = Open Space IT = Industrial Transportation Counter Review

Director Review

Accessory Dwelling Units

5.9.03.

CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS

Adult Day Care Center

5.9.04.

CC, TCC

Adult Foster Care Family Home

5.9.04.

Adult Foster Care Small Group Adult Foster Care Large Group Alcohol Sales, Consumption, and Production Auditorium, Theatre and Banquet Hall

Special Land Use LDR, MDR MDR, TBA, TOD, C, NOS

LDR, MDR, CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS LDR, MDR, TBA, TOD, C, NOS MDR, TBA, TOD, C, NOS

5.9.04.

CC, TCC

5.9.04.

CC, TCC

5.9.05.

Please refer to Table 5.9.05.C.

Please refer to Table 5.9.05.C.

5.9.06.

CC

TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS, IC

Bed and Breakfast

5.9.07.

CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS

Child Care Centers

5.9.08.

CC, TCC, TBA, C

Drive-In or Drive-Through Facilities

5.9.09.

Electrical Substations and Private Utilities

5.9.10.

CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS, IT

Entertainment

5.9.11.

CC

Helistops and Heliports

5.9.12.

Home Occupations

5.9.13.

LDR, MDR, CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS

Live-Work Units

5.9.14.

CC, TCC

Manufactured Housing Communities Materials Recovery, Recycling, Wrecking and Salvage

5.9.15.

TBA, TOD, C, NOS

TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS, OS Helistops Only: CC, TCC. Both: IT.

LDR, MDR

5.9.16. MDR

LDR LDR, MDR, OS

5.9.17. 5.9.18.

IT

Outdoor Activities (excluding vehicle sales)

5.9.19.

CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C

Outdoor Recreational Fields

5.9.20.

CC, OS

5.9.21.

CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C

5.9.21. 5.9.22.

CC, TCC, TOD

5.9.23.

CC, TCC, TOD, IT

TBA, C

Recycling Collection Stations

5.9.24.

CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C

LDR, MDR, NOS

Regulated Uses

5.9.25.

IT

5.9.26.

CC, TCC

5.9.27.

CC, TCC

Self-Storage Facilities

5.9.28.

IT

Single Room Occupancy

5.9.29.

CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS

Social or Service Clubs

5.9.30.

CC

Social Service Facilities

5.9.31.

Transitional or Emergency Shelters Vehicle Fuel Stations (w/o vehicle repair)

5.9.32. 5.9.33.

CC, TCC, TBA, C

LDR, MDR, TBA, TOD, C, NOS LDR, MDR, TBA, TOD, C, NOS CC, TCC, C MDR TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS LDR, MDR, TOD, NOS

LDR, MDR, CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS CC, TCC

MDR, TBA, TOD, C, NOS CC, TCC, TBA

5.9.34.

C, IT

Vehicle Sales or Rental

5.9.35.

Indoor: CC, TCC, TBA, C

Outdoor: C

Vehicle Service or Repair

5.9.36.

C, IT

CC, TCC, TBA

5.9.37.

LDR, MDR, CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS, IT, IC, OS

Wireless Communications Facilities, Co-located Antennas Wireless Communications Facilities, Freestanding Towers

5.9.37.

AUDITORIUMS, THEATRES BANQUET HALLS, ENTERTAINMENT, MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLINGS, OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES, PARKING STRUCTURES, ROOM AND BOARDING HOUSING, TRANSITIONAL OR EMERGENCY SHELTERS, AND SOCIAL SERVICE FACILITIES REQUIRE DIRECTOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL

TCC, TBA, TOD, C, NOS, IC

Parking Structures

Temporary Structures and Uses

DRIVE-IN OR DRIVE-THROUGH FACILITIES, OUTDOOR SEATING AREAS, OVERHEAD WALKWAYS AND SELF STORAGE FACILITIES REQUIRE SPECIAL LAND USE

OS, IT, TCC CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, , NOS, IC

Mineral Extraction

Residential Rehabilitation Facilities Rooming and Boarding Houses

CRIME RATES HAVE BEEN STEADILY DECREASING THROUGHOUT THE YEARS BUT STILL HIGHER THAN THE U.S. AVERAGE

LDR, MDR

Multiple-Family Dwellings

Outdoor Seating Areas, On or Adjacent to Sidewalk Outdoor Seating Areas, Other Locations Overhead Walkways or Other Connections

LDR LDR, MDR, TOD, NOS All Uses: CC, TCC, TBA, TOD, C, PRD Banks, Credit Unions and Financial Services Offices Only: NOS

CRIME RATES ARE AVERAGE BUT STILL ARE HIGHER THAN U.S. AVERAGE

C, IC, IT

(Ord. No. 2008-56, § 1, 12-23-2008), (Ord. No. 2009-09, § 36-37, 03-24-2009), (Ord. No. 200948, § 20, 09-15-2009), (Ord. No. 2010-20, § 15, 05-11-2010), (Ord. No. 2011-54, § 46, 11-292011)

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS ZONING ANALYSIS Table 5.6.06.B. Uses: Mixed-Use Commercial Zone Districts

Table 5.6.06.B.

Use Category

Use Category

Specific Use

Specific Use

RESIDENTIAL Dwellings Household Living

Group Living

P

Lodging, Extended Stay

P

All Group Living

P

Accessory Buildings/Structures Home Occupation Live/Work Unit EDUCATIONAL, GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL Educational All Educational Uses, Including Uses Residential & Accessory Facilities Government & Ground floor Institutional Above ground floor Uses Child Care Center Government Community Center and Hospital, Clinic, Medical Center, Institutional Rehabilitation Center, Administrative Uses Offices Park, Plaza, Playground, Square, Urban Open Space, Walkway Religious Institution COMMERCIAL, OFFICE, RETAIL Auto Supply/Accessory Sales (new or used) Car Wash Drive-In or Drive-Through Facility Vehicle Fuel Station (without vehicle Auto-Oriented repair) Uses Vehicle Service or Repair Vehicle Storage and Tow ing (not to include wrecking or salvage) Vehicle Indoor showroom sales/rental (e.g. Outdoor display auto, boat, RV) Entertainment Aerobics, Dance Studio and Arcade, Amusement Devices, Recreation Gaming, Pool Hall Auditorium, Cinema, Concert Hall, Theater, Banquet Hall Bar, Dance Club, Tavern Bowling Alley, Skating Rink Convention Center Entertainment, Dance, After Hours Ancillary Uses

LCC Permit Golf Course, Country Club Health or Athletic club, Sports Complex (e.g. tennis, golf, soccer) Live Entertainment (except Regulated Uses) Regulated Uses (See Definitions) Social or Service Club

P P

All Household Living

X P P Hospitality P P P P P P

Office

P P X X S S S S P X

Use Category CC

CC

Ground floor Above ground floor

Table 5.6.06.B.

Continued

Personal Services

P P P S P P S Retail Sales

Sports and Entertainment Arena Lodging, Short-Term (Hotel, Motel, Bed and Breakfast) Restaurants (except Regulated Uses) Without Alcohol Restaurants (except Regulated Uses) With Alcohol (beer, wine and/or liquor) General or Ground floor Professional Above Ground Floor Uses Medical or Ground Floor Dental Uses Above Ground Floor Less than 2,000 sq ft Bank or Credit GFA Union 2,000 sq ft or more GFA Medical Laboratory Collection Medical Laboratory Processing Barber Shop, Beauty Salon, Nail Salon, Tann ing Salon Copy and Shipping Station Contractor, Building (e.g. plumbing, heating, electrical) Film Production, Ground Floor Commercial Above Ground Photography, Radio, Floor Tele vision Stations Funeral Home, Mortuary Photo Finishing Service, Framing Tai lor, Dry Cleaning Drop/Pick Up Station, Coin Operated Laundry Kennel, Pet Boarding or Grooming, Veterinary Hospital Landscaper, nursery Massage, Licensed Therapeutic Shoe Repair, Shoeshine Parlor Studio (yoga, karate, dance) Tattoo Shop, Piercing Service Veterinary Clinic (without boarding) 15,000 - 24,999 First Floor sq ft GFA Commercial Space 25,000 sq ft or more GFA Alcohol for on- or 25,000 sq ft or off-site sales or less GFA consumption, More than including package 25,000 sq ft goods store GFA

P P P X P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P X X P P P P P P P S

Continued

Specific Use CC

Antique or Second-Hand Store P Art Studio, Gallery P Catering Business P Commercial Bakery, Brewery, Micro Brewery or similar use for product P distribution of less than 15,000 sq ft Convenience Store, without fuel sales P Pawn Broker S Pet Shop (not involving boarding or P grooming) Retail Sales, General P Outdoor Activities (excl vehicle sales) P Outdoor Restaurant Seating Area, first level abutting front façade and public P Outdoor right-of-way Activities Outdoor Restaurant Seating Area not abutting front façade and public rightS of-way or is above first level INDUSTRIAL, TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITIES Assembly, Manufacturing, Production, of food, textile products, technology, X wood products, furniture and fixtures, paper, clay, glass or fabricated metal Commercial Laundry X Industrial and Printing, Publishing and Allied X Manufacturing Industries Self-Storage Facility S Stone Monument Works X Warehousing, Storage X Wholesaling Activities X Helistop (not to include Heliport) S Off-street Parking, Surface, accessory P and on same lot Off-street Parking, Surface, primary S Transportation use on separate lot Overhead Walkways S Parking Structures P Transit Center or Station P Transit Stop P Electrical Substations and Private P Utilities Co-Located Utilities Wireless P Antenna Communication Freestanding Facilities X Tower P=Permitted; S= Special Land Use; E=Existing; X = Not Permitted; “-“ = Not Applicable; GFA = Gross Floor Are a

RESIDENTIAL ANCILLARY ACCESSORY STRUCTURES, AUTO SUPPLY/ ACCESSORY SALES, CAR WASHES, OUTDOOR SHOWROOMS, KENNELS, VETERINARIES, NURSERIES, INDUSTRIAL OR MANUFACTURING AND FREE STANDING UTILITY TOWERS ARE NOT PERMITTED DRIVE-IN OR DRIVE-THROUGH FACILITIES, OUTDOOR SEATING AREAS, HELISTOPS, VEHICLE FUEL STATIONS OR REPAIR STOPS, OVERHEAD WALKWAYS AND SELF STORAGE FACILITIES REQUIRE SPECIAL LAND USE

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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS SITE ANALYSIS

- THE TOPOGRAPHY IS RELATIVELY SMOOTH WITH EVERY LINE REPRESENTING 2’-6” ELEVATION CHANGE. NEAR THE SOUTH BY THE HIGHWAY AND ALONG THE RIVER THE SLOPE BECOMES STEEPER.

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GRAND RAPIDS, MI 81B

TOPOGRAPHY MAP WITH EXISTING BUILDINGS

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- GRAND RAPIDS IS A 35 MINUTE DRIVE TO LAKE MICHIGAN - THE DOWNTOWN AREA HAS A VERY HISTORICAL FEEL AROUND OUR SITE

SOIL TYPE MAP

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- ARROWS ON LAND AND BUILDING USE SHOW THE DIRECTION THAT THE CAMERA WAS FACING FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PICTURES

ARENA BANK INDUSTRIAL COMMUNITY EMPTY COMMERCIAL SKYWALK GREEN SPACE OFFICES

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PARKING SIDEWALKS ROADS

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LAND AND BUILDING USE WITH IMAGERY

PLATS OF LAND PROPERTIES

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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS SITE ANALYSIS

- MAJORITY OF THE WIND COMES FROM THE WEST WHERE LAKE MICHIGAN IS LOCATED - THE 100 YEAR FLOOD AREA COVERAGE IS LOCATED WITHIN THE GRAND RIVER WALLS - THE 500 YEAR FLOOD AREA COVERS MAJORITY OF OUR SITE -THE RIVER IS RELATIVELY SHALLOW FOR MAJORITY OF THE TIME WHICH CAN ALLOW FOR ONLY SMALL BOATS TO USE THE RIVER N

FALL WIND ROSE

N

WINTER WIND ROSE

N

SPRING WIND ROSE

N

SUMMER WIND ROSE

ZONING BOUNDARY

N Date of Crest March 28, 1904 June 9, 1905 April 7, 1912 March 30, 1916 March 20 1942 April 9, 1947 March 23, 1948 April , 1960 March 1, 1985

FLOOD PLAN Stage (feet) 22.5 21.6 19.20 18.90 18.12 19.42 20.02 19.25 19.64

Eleva?on (feet) 608.20 607.30 604.90 604.60 603.82 605.12 605.72 604.95

Discharge (cubic feet per second) 54,000 50,200 30,600 30,600 34,000 38,600 42,200 31,800 30,200

GRAND RIVER DEPTH HISTORY

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

SUN CHART FOR GRAND RAPIDS

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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS SITE ANALYSIS

- THE NEAREST PARK IS VISIBLE FOR THE MAJORITY OF THE EASTERN SITE - HIGHWAY 131 ACTS LIKE A GIANT DIVIDING WALL AT THE SOUTH OF THE SITE - THE 34 STORY CONDO/ APARTMENT BUILDING IS THE FIRST VIEW IN THE NORTH OF THE SITE - THERE ARE MORE HEATING DAYS THAN COOLING DAYS - THE ENTIRE SITE CAN BE SEEN FROM THE HIGHWAY ABOVE THE RIVER SITE IS VISIBLE FROM PARK

FALL WIND ROSE

HEIGHT OF RAISED HIGHWAY IS 2 STORIES

NORTH OF SITE

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SKYWALK IS 3 STORIES

SITE SITE ON OTTOWA AVE

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DECISIONS

GRAND RAPIDS SITE ANALYSIS

- THE FARMERS MARKET IS THE CLOSEST GROCERY STORE IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA DOWNTOWN

- THERE IS A CHARGING STATION ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE VAN ANDEL ARENA

INTERSTATE ENTRANCE

GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

- MAJORITY OF THE SITE IS PARKING - THERE ARE MANY “SHARIES” STREETS HAVE A ROAD AND A BYCICLE LANE

INTERSTATE EXIT

Arrow Size- Road Size Arrow Color- Traffic Count Arrow Direction- Traffic Direction Stars- Public Transportation Locations

PLACES OF INTEREST WITH BIKES AND PARKS

TRAFFIC AND ROAD ANALYSIS

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REGULAR PARKING SPECIAL EVENT PARKING

PARKING PLACES

AUTO CHARGING STATIONS

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PLANS INCLUDING LANDSCAPING

DECISIONS

- THE UNDERGROUND PARKING IS THE MAIN LOT FOR SCULPTURE VISITORS. OTHERWISE THERE PARK IS AN AUTOMATED PARKING GARAGE ACROSS THE STREET.

RIVER WALK

- THE HOTEL AND HOSTEL OVERLOOKS THE GRAND RIVER.

HO

RI V D GR

AN

TE L

1ST FLOOR PLAN

ER

-1ST FLOOR PLAN

HOSTEL

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CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

2ND FLOOR PLAN

SITE PLAN

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DECISIONS

HOTEL AND YOUTH HOSTEL ROOMS

- ONE HOTEL UNIT CONSISTS OF TWO HOTEL ROOMS AND TWO BATHROOMS. - ONE HOSTEL UNIT CAN CONSIST OF TWO SEPARATE ROOMS AND ONE BATHROOM, OR ONE LARGE ROOM AND ONE BATHROOM.

PERSONAL BALCONIES TYPICAL HOTEL ROOM HOTEL UNITS

6 PERSON HOSTEL ROOM

HOSTEL UNITS

2X 2 BED ROOMS

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2X 2 BED ROOMS

2X 4 BED ROOMS

1X 6 BED ROOM

1X 8 BED ROOM

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3D SECTION OF HOTEL WING

14TH FLOOR: MAINTENANCE

DECISIONS

- THIS SECTION SHOWS THE AMOUNT OF SUNLIGHT THE EAST HOTEL ROOMS GET IN THE MORNING

13TH FLOOR: ROOMS

12TH FLOOR: ROOMS

11TH FLOOR: ROOMS 10TH FLOOR: ROOMS

9TH FLOOR: ROOMS

8TH FLOOR: ROOMS

7TH FLOOR: ROOMS

6TH FLOOR: ROOMS

5TH FLOOR: ROOMS

4TH FLOOR: ROOMS

3RD FLOOR: ROOMS

2ND FLOOR: ROOMS

1ST FLOOR: BAR, CAFÉ LOBBY

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USE OF MATERIALS

DECISIONS

- THE BUILDING IS LOCATED IN THE COMMUNITY OF MAKERS IN DOWNTOWN GRAND RAPIDS. - THE EXTERNAL MATERIALS ARE METAL PANELING ON THE WALLS WITH WOOD PANELING USED FOR THE HORIZONTAL TRIMMING.

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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STRUCTURAL ISOMETRIC VIEW

DECISIONS

– STRUCTURE OF THE BUILDING IS STEEL COLUMNS AND BEAMS WITH COMPOSITE CONCRETE ON STEEL DECKING. - UNDERGROUND FLOOR IS BACK OF HOUSE - FIRST FLOOR IS COMMERCIAL - SECOND THROUGH FOURTEENTH FLOOR IS HOTEL AND HOSTEL -TOP OF EACH WING IS MAINTENANCE - UNDERGROUND FLOOR IS 19’-5” FLOOR-TOFLOOR - FIRST FLOOR IS 15’-2” FLOOR-TO-FLOOR - SECOND THROUGH FIFTEENTH FLOOR IS 12’-3” FLOOR TO FLOOR

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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DECISIONS

FLOOR PLAN AND SECTION ROOF

A

- FLOOR PLANS ARE UNIQUE FOR EACH FLOOR, COLUMNS AND BEAMS. POSITIONS OF THE COLUMNS AND BEAMS REMAIN IN THE SAME POSITIONS BUT JUST AT DIFFERENT HEIGHTS.

B

C

14TH FLOOR

D 1

13TH FLOOR 3 ---

5

12TH FLOOR

2

7

- RED BARS SHOW LATERAL BRACING ALONG STAIR CHUTES AND PLUMBING WALLS.

4

9

6

11

7TH FLOOR

8

6TH FLOOR 13

10

15

5TH FLOOR

12

17

14

4TH FLOOR 19

CROSS BEAMS

16

3RD FLOOR

21

18

23

2ND FLOOR

20

22

36

34

32

30

28

26

25 24

E

F

I

1ST FLOOR EXIT DOOR

G

-1ST FLOOR

J

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H

N

27

29

31

TYPICAL STRUCTURAL GRID

33

35

37

41

43

45

STAIR SECTION WITH CROSS BRACING

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STRUCTURAL FLOOR PLAN, SECTION AND ISOMETRIC SERVICE ELEVATOR

DECISIONS

- STAIR SHAFTS HAVE LATERAL LOAD BRACING FROM THE FIRST FLOOR TO THE TOP.

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

- THERE ARE 5 STAIR SHAFTS AND 8 ELEVATOR SHAFTS THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING.

MECHANICAL CHASE

- ATRIUM GOES FROM THE FIRST FLOOR TO THE TOP OF THE FIFTH FLOOR. STAIRS

LATERAL LOAD BRACING

HOTEL ROOMS WITH ONE BATHROOM EACH

PASSENGER HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR OPEN TO ATRIUM

HOSTEL ROOM(S) WITH ONE BATHROOM EACH

STAIRS PASSENGER ELEVATOR OPEN TO ATRIUM

N

2ND FLOOR PLAN WITH GRID UNDERLAY

SERVICE ELEVATOR

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DECISIONS

MECHANICAL PLANS

- THE UNDERGROUND FLOOR, FIRST FLOOR ATRIUM, AND CORRIDORS OF THE HOSTEL AND HOTEL ARE REGULATED BY A VARIABLE-AIR-VOLUME SYSTEM.

MECHANICAL ROOM MECHANICAL CHASE SPACE DUCT WORK

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-1ST FLOOR PLAN

1ST FLOOR PLAN

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DECISIONS

MECHANICAL PLANS

- EACH HOTEL AND HOSTEL ROOM IS HEATED AND COOLED BY A MINI SPLIT SYSTEM ON EACH BALCONY OF THE ROOM. THE GUESTS HAVE COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE TEMPERATURE OF THEIR ROOM.

MECHANICAL CHASE SPACE DUCT WORK

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2ND FLOOR PLAN

6TH FLOOR PLAN

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DECISIONS

MECHANICAL PLANS

- FLOOR PLANS ABOVE 6TH FLOOR REPEAT SAME PATTERN FOR LOSING UNITS AND ROOMS.

MECHANICAL CHASE SPACE DUCT WORK

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7TH FLOOR PLAN

8TH FLOOR PLAN

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DECISIONS

MECHANICAL PLANS OUTDOOR UNIT

HOTEL UNITS

THE HOSE RUNS INSIDE THE WALL AND INTO THE CEILING

- MINI-SPLIT HVAC SYSTEMS DON’T REQUIRE DUCT SPACE. THIS ALLOWS FOR THEIR SMALL HOSE LINE TO FIT INTO WALLS AND CEILINGS. - THE OUTDOOR UNIT IS SMALL ENOUGH TO FIT ON THE EDGE OF THE BALCONY AND QUIET ENOUGH TO NOT DISTURB THE GUESTS.

OUTDOOR UNIT

- THE INDOOR UNIT FITS IN THE CEILING AND IS VIRTUALLY SILENT WHERE A REMOTE CONTROL IS USED TO OPERATE IT BY THE GUESTS.

2X 2 BED ROOMS

THE SYSTEM IS SMALL ENOUGH THAT IT CAN FIT IN ANY ONE OF THE ROOMS IN THE BUILDING

MINI-SPLIT INDOOR UNIT

HOSTEL UNITS

MINI-SPLIT OUTDOOR UNIT DUCTLESS HOSE LINE

N 2X 2 BED ROOMS

2X 4 BED ROOMS

1X 6 BED ROOM

1X 8 BED ROOM

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WASTE SYSTEM SECTION

DECISIONS

- PLUMBING SYSTEM IS A SOVENT SYSTEM THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING. - VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION IS THE SAME FOR HOSTEL WING AS THE HOTEL WING.

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

TO CITY SEWER

P-1.1


WASTE SYSTEM PLANS

DECISIONS

PLUMBING PIPE - ALL PIPES HAVE A MINIMUM SLOPE OF 1/4” PER FOOT - FLOOR PLANS ABOVE 5TH FLOOR HAVE THE SAME LAYOUT AS 2ND THROUGH 5TH BUT WITH LESS UNITS.

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

1ST FLOOR PLUMBING PLAN

2ND - 5TH FLOOR PLUMBING PLAN

P-1.22


WATER SYSTEM SECTION

DECISIONS

WATER TANK WATER PIPE - ALL PIPES HAVE A MINIMUM SLOPE OF 1/4” PER FOOT - VERTICAL LAYOUT IS THE SAME AS HOSTEL WING.

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P-1.33


WATER SYSTEM PLANS

DECISIONS

WATER PIPE - ALL PIPES HAVE A MINIMUM SLOPE OF 1/4” PER FOOT - FLOOR PLANS ABOVE 5TH FLOOR HAVE THE SAME LAYOUT AS 2ND THROUGH 5TH BUT WITH LESS UNITS.

DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

1ST FLOOR WATER PLAN

2ND - 5TH FLOOR WATER PLAN

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DECISIONS

FIRE PROTECTION DEVICES AND PLANS

S

S

S

SMOKE DETECTOR

S

HORN/ STROBE

S S

S

S

S

S

S S

S S

S

S

PULL STATION

S

S

S

S

S S

S

S

S S

S S S

S

S

S

N

S

S

S

S S S

S S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

-1ST FLOOR PLAN

1ST FLOOR PLAN

S

S

S

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FP-1.1


DECISIONS

FIRE PROTECTION DEVICES AND PLANS

S

S

S

SMOKE DETECTOR

S

HORN/ STROBE

S

S

S

S

S

S

PULL STATION

S

S

S

S

N S

S

S

2ND THROUGH 5TH FLOOR PLAN

S

S

S

S

S

S S

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6TH FLOOR PLAN

FP-1.2


DECISIONS

FIRE PROTECTION DEVICES AND PLANS

S

S

S

S

SMOKE DETECTOR

S

HORN/ STROBE

S

S

S

S

S

PULL STATION

S

- FLOOR PLANS ABOVE 6TH FLOOR REPEAT SAME PATTERN FOR LOSING UNITS AND ROOMS.

S

S

S

S

S

S

N S

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7TH FLOOR PLAN

8TH FLOOR PLAN

FP-1.3


ELECTRICAL ON SITE

DECISIONS

- GRAND RAPIDS CITY POWER SUPPLY FOR THE GRID IS ACROSS THE STREET WHICH MAKES FOR CLOSE POWER TRANSFER TO THE BUILDING.

CITY POWER GRID POWER BOX

N DRAWN BY: NICHOLAS MOSHER PROFESSOR: THAD HECKMAN CLASS: ARC 541 DATE: 12/12/13

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Arc 541 Booklet