David Allen - Architectural Portfolio

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DAVID ALLEN DAVID ALLEN

DAVID ALLEN


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DAVID ALLEN djallen4321@gmail.com (337)-351-8101 https://www.officialdavidallen.com/

ACHIEVEMENTS

AIA South Louisiana Endowed Scholarship Fall 2020 Edward C. Mathes Endowed Superior Graduate Student Scholarship Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 Graduate Assistantship Research Assistant / Teacher’s Assistant School of Architecture and Design Fall 2019 - Fall 2020 The Dean’s Scholar Award Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 C. Gayle Zembower Endowed Architectural Scholarship Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 Design Excellence in Architectural Studies: Spring 2016, Fall 2017, Fall 2018 - Spring 2020 Presidents List: Fall 2016, Fall 2017 - Spring 2019 Tops (Taylor Opportunity Program for Students): Fall 2015 - Spring 2019 Student Government Assoc. Scholarship Fall 2017 - Spring 2019 Black Faculty and Staff Assoc. Academic Award Fall 2016 - Spring 2019

INTERESTS

Health and Fitness Basketball

Rendering / Graphics

Photography and Travel

EDUCATION

EXPERIENCE

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Internship: db Architecture of Acadiana Lafayette, LA - Summer 2020 Revit Production Work and Construction Documents

Master of Architecture August 2019 - December 2020

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies Magna Cum Laude August 2015 - May 2019

SKILLS

Revit

Illustrator

Sefaira

AutoCAD

InDesign

Lumion

Rhino

SketchUp

Photoshop Premiere Pro

Enscape

WORK REFERENCES

Samantha Raburn Markham, AIA, NCARB Associate | Project Architect Stantec Architecture Inc. (214) 473-2608 | Samantha.markham@stantec.com David Beverly Architect & General Contractor db|ARCHITECTURE of ACADIANA, LLC (337) 205-3235 | david@dbarchitectureofacadiana.com

ACADEMIC REFERENCES

Kiwana McClung, Assoc. AIA, NOMA Associate Professor, Faculty Advisor of NOMAS Chapter School of Architecture & Design (225) 610-0486 | kiwana.mcclung@louisiana.edu Kari Smith Interim Director and Professor School of Architecture & Design (337) 482-1341 | kari.smith@louisiana.edu

Internship: Stantec Architecture Inc. Plano, TX - Summer 2019 SD, DD, Group Project, and Post Production Work Member: National Organization of Minority Architect Students Graduate Liaison, Vice President, Volunteer and Service Fall 2015 - Present Selected Participant: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple Architecture Company MLK Day of Service Spring 2019 Employer: Red Lerille’s Health and Racquet Club - Lafayette, LA Staff and Manager of Snack Bar and Grill August 2015 - May 2019 Member: Black Male Leadership Association Scholarship Chair, Volunteer, and Service University of Louisiana at Lafayette Fall 2016 - Present Member: Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society (Architecture) University of Louisiana at Lafayette Spring 2018 - Present Volunteer and Service: Lafayette Middle School, Lafayette, LA Spring 2016 - Present Volunteer and Service: Habitat for Humanity, Lafayette, La Spring 2016 - Present


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ACADEMIC

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Living within a BLUE ZONE

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Tri-Core

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DaBerry Fresh Market Urbanistic Push Boat Pavilion Infinity

Urban Montessori “Observant”

Fragmented Oxbow Social Life INTERN

Acadiana Residence Plant It Forward

PROJECT: DA-BERRY FRESH-MARKET


Living within a BLUE ZONE Adaptive Reuse

HyperDensity / Sustainability

Lafayette, LA

Design Excellence Award

SITE

204.7DU/AC 604 units 2.95 acres

VIEW FROM THE RESIDENTIAL CORRIDOR INTO THE LIVING CANYON


INDUSTRIAL

PARKING

Main Section Cut

COMMERCIAL

TRANSPORTATION

Residential Neighborhood

SECTION 2

RESIDENTIAL SECTION 3

MENTAL / PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

RETAIL

Four Corners Lafayette, LA

SECTION 1

MAIN SECTION

PUBLIC PLAZA O’ Reilly’s Auto Parts

MAINTAIN COMMUNITY’S CONNECTION TO THE SITE ADAPTIVE / REUSE

Shopping Center

SITE CONTEXT

SITE PLAN

The gradual and near imperceptible shift to unhealthy lifestyles in the United States has led to a health crisis that threatens individuals and the environment. This project fosters cognizant sustainable living in a hyper-dense urban complex that supports mental and physical activity, action, and awareness. A sustainable environment that promotes sustainable living, conscious decision making through versatile active zones, a reverse engineered retail grocery store, and a ecological transportation network.

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ANATOMICAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS

Restaurant

Connect

The residential and office spaces create

Bar Active Housing

Residential / Office

connection by fostering interaction and

Active Hub

communication.

Retail

Active spaces improve physical body strength

Transportation

and cardiovascular performance.

Nutrition Gym

PASS VENTIL

OPERA WIND

PASS VENTIL

Retail spaces offer fresh and highly nutritious

Active

food for residents in the building and in the nearby community. The transportation center encourages

Office

alternative modes to navigating the city to

Retail

PASSIVE VENTILATION

reduce reliance on cars.

Transportation Placement PROGRAM / VERTICAL MOVEMENT

THING E ANALYSIS BUILDING

WATER REJUVENATION

LIVING BREATHING BUILDING

WATER REJUVENATION

RAIN WATER

RAIN WATER

HOT AIR RISING

HOT AIR RISING

Connect PASSIVE VENTILATION

Residential / Office

Active

Water Rejuvenation:

Active Hub

This building takes multiple measures in create a TOILET FLUSH

Retail

OPERABLE WINDOWS GREY WATER

Transportation

GREEN ROOF IRRIGATION

Nutrition

PASSIVE VENTILATION

TOILET

FLUSH self-sufficient water system for agriculutral and

LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION

Active

GREY WATER

domestic use.

GREEN ROOF IRRIGATION LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION

WATER FILTRATION

Living Breathing Building:

WATER FILTRATION

This building is intentionally carved out in multiple spaces to allow for natural ventitlation. BIOSWALE

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PASSIVE VENTILATION

RAIN WATER RUNOFF

BIOSWALE

RAIN WATER RUNOFF

Placement CITY STORM WATER

COLLECTION ON-SITE TREATMENT

CITY STORM WATER

CITY STORM WATER

CONCEPT DIAGRAMS

COLLECTION ON-SITE TREATMENT

CITY STORM WATER


1 2 3

Urban Farming Networking Zone Auditorium

4 5 6

Blue Zones are regions of the world where Dan Buettner claims people live much longer than average due to healthy life choices and habits. (The Power 9)

Office Spaces Energy Efficient Sauna Atrium

Sky-bar, high-class affordable dining in the sky zone with views over the whole region. Angled skylights allow for direct sunlight protection and optimized natural lighting into the space.

Open-air community bar space. This semipublic space offers a wide range of seating arrangements and amenities across an open floor plan over looking the Lafayette area.

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Operable windows allow for sustainable living and energy saving through cross ventilation, providing natural air flow and regulated temperatures.

Community fitness zone offers a variety of spaces that cater to the active physical needs of the residents and local community.

Rainwater is filtrated and cleaned through the green roof vegetation and used for landscape irrigation. Green roof allows for community planting and reduced heat gain to the building below.

Yoga classes are offered in a open air environment filled with vegetation. Greywater treatment and collection assist urban agriculture on site which in turn provides the community with fresh produce. 5

Biomass energy is used to heat the community sauna.

Underground public space is filled with multiple rental retail spaces for local community businesses, such as food and art. 4

Vertical climbing public green space activates the entire bottom half of the building with major transportation hub, active zones, and retail.

Community market offers healthy alternatives for better living habits with on site locally grown produce.

3 Parking garage is integrated with the community market to allow for local farmers market opportunities. 2 1

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SECTION 1 VIEW

Rescale the Infrastructure of Transport to an Urban Scale Program List: Bus Station Amazon HQ (Shipping and Grocery) MonoRail Train Station Scooters Station (Lyft and Bird) Bike Repair and Rental Station Charging Station

PARKING

TRANSPORTATION

COMMERCIAL

MENTAL / PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

RETAIL

SECTION 1 PUBLIC PLAZA

ADAPTIVE / REUSE

SECTION CUT REFERENCE

Section 1


SECTION 2 VIEW

Redefining the Active Lifestyle Program List: Track Court Clinic-waiting room Library Swimming Pool Combat Sports Facility Cooking Classes Yoga Studio Community Garden Board Games Indoor Wall Climb

PARKING

TRANSPORTATION

SECTION 2 MENTAL / PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RETAIL

PUBLIC PLAZA ADAPTIVE / REUSE

SECTION CUT REFERENCE

Section 2

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SECTION 3 VIEW

Supply Hub for Mental and Physical Wellness Program List: Food Market Community Bank Medical Marijuana Dispensary Community Business Spaces Grocery Store Restaurant Farmers Market Barbershop/ Salon Bar Coffee Shop

PARKING

TRANSPORTATION

SECTION 3

RESIDENTIAL

MENTAL / PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

RETAIL

PUBLIC PLAZA

MAINTAIN COMMUNITY’S CONNECTION TO THE SITE

ADAPTIVE / REUSE

SECTION CUT REFERENCE

Section 3


This scheme combines 4 effective individual energy massing studies. This massing study is a tool used to discover new points of interest and concern for the overall schematic design. At the conclusion of this study, the massing protects itself well from the harmful rays of the sun as well as capturing just the right amount of sunlight for user tasks.

EUI (Energy Use Intensity):

21 kBTU/ft2/yr Annual Energy Cost: 00

$122,228. Overhead View

Very efficient residential housing stack. Linear office building is between the two massings. Still manages to capture the proper amount of daylights for working task. Well-lit parking garage

Residential SDA: 99% ASE: 32% Commercial Retail

Even distribution of daylight across the floor area. The slope integrates skylights to allow for increase daylighting to the interior.

SDA: 80% ASE: 19% UNDER LIT

South facade overhang shading device to protect against harmful sun-rays

OVER LIT

Facade Study

South facade deep overhang balconies to protect against harmful sun-rays

Narrow Floor Plate Angled dark tinted windows to allow for additional solar protection

Maximized north facade glazing to increase interior lighting SOFTWARE: SEFAIRA

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DaBerry Fresh Market West End - New Iberia, LA

Through a series of conversations and interviews with local community patrons, this project seeks to capture the heart of mental health issues in the West End. The architectural interventions here are focused on encouraging interaction between community members while simultaneously breaking the barriers of stigma and empowering ‘self’ to promote a healthier lifestyle.

EXTERIOR ELEVATION

Health + Wellness Community Sensitive Adaptive Reuse + New Construction Design Excellence Award


Hopkins St used to be the economic lifeline of the West End (the predominantly low income Black African American). DaBerry Fresh Market is located in a food desert with the closes grocery store being more than a 20 minute walk away. Most community member primary form of transportation is by bike or on foot. DaBerry Fresh Market is vital to the West End community because it offers a space for individuals to escape their everyday trials and tribulations. Many young teenagers refer to working at the Fresh Market as therapeutic offering valuable time for self reflection, meditation, and peace. Carl is the owner of DaBerry Fresh Market and primary caretaker of the site.

BARRIERS

MENTAL

DISCIPLINE

EDUCATION VISION

BARRIERS HEALING

SPIRITUAL

Crime / Safety

Community Engagement

Lost Art

Generational Gap

GARDEN

MEDITATION PHYSICAL

STRENGTH BARRIERS GARDEN

RETAIL

SECURITY

HEALING ACCESS

POWER

Interaction Intersection

Site

Resource

HOPKINS ST

Wellness

Intersection

Barriers

Movement

PERSON

DNA CONNECTION

“I started Da Berry Fresh Market to give the New Iberia community a sense of hope.”

Generational Gap

Lost Art

Community Engagement CARL

Crime / Safety

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REAL CONVERSTATIONS WITH COMMUNITY MEMBERS THAT HELPED INNFLUENCE THE PROJECTS DESIGN

Natural False Sense of Reality

Healing

Strong

“You gotta start somewhere...and I see tremendous improvement in you man, I really do ” “A man don’t work don’t eat.”

Discipline

Mindset

“We gotta break the cycle”

“Momo do you want to live to see me graduate...it’s helping him become more aware of healthy eating.”

Environvment Barriers

Awareness

“You gotta work even harder...I got all these different obstacles in my way, ‘Will i be successful”

“...it gives them drive, I like the fact that their acknwledging that something positive is going on.”

The Key “I’ve seen the market give oppurtnity for the young children in the community to interact in a way...learn about foods, how to plant, and volunteer. My grandson is in the fourth garden and he loved volunteering and putting his hand in the soil.” “it’s become a lost art...”

“If you think you live in a great town...the town is great...the people in the community make the town great.”

“Having that community garden to be proud of...helps the mental...has mental benfits.”

“...people resignate with that spirit of righteousness and what to see that same spirit emit in the community.”

Hope

Resilience

“When I was growing up...our relatives always had some type of gardens..my grandpa would raise vegetables and on Saturday he would sell them at the farmers markets.”

“The sense of community has been lost for a while now, but Da Berry Fresh Market gives us hope.”

“This type of work is important”

Power Wisdom

Responsibility

“Kids are amazed by the placewill be like this is a cool business I want to do something like this when I grow up. “

“Helping out at the market and pull weeds out really gave me time to think.”

“alot of them don’t have the desire to learn their history...’what is it going to do for me’”

“People give you a good foundation, they encourage you and uplift you...”

Resilience

Mindset

Vision

SAVED EXISTING MURAL 1/4” SCALE MODEL


INSIDE DA BERRY FRESH MARKET

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Thresholds into Spaces Existing Resident Housing

Roof Mounted Electrical Solar Panel 60 Cell System Metal Stand Seam Roof Air Barrier 5/8" Waterproofing Membrane 5/8" Plywood Sheathing 4" Rigid Foam Insulation Metal Flashing 5" x 5" Metal Gutter

Meditation Space Existing Fresh Market

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1" x 4" Sleepers 16" o.c. Sub-Fascia 2" x 4" Structural Cross Bracing with Reinforced Steel Plated Joints

Pathway Through Site

SITE AXONOMETRIC

Existing Roof Structure 2" Drywall Drop Ceiling

2" x 4" Wooden Stud Wall Construction 16" o.c.

Solar Panels

Pre-Tied Ceiling Wire 3" Metal Track Cylinder LED Lighting 48" Linear Slot Air Diffuser Wet Pipe Sprinkler System Concealed Fire Sprinkler Head Insulated HVAC System Duct

Air Handling Unit Split System

Existing Concrete Grade Beam Existing 4" Concrete Slab Existing Concrete Grade Beam

Z-Clip Mount Typ. 2" x 4" Furring 16" o.c.

Recessed LED Light Strip Wood Ceiling Joist 2" x 4" Drywall Ceiling Top Plate 2" x 4" 2" x 4" Wooden Stud Wall Construction 16" o.c. Wood Panelling 5/8" Plywood Sheathing 3/8" Waterproofing Barrier 4" High Density Batt Insulation 5/8" Drywall Existing Mural on 5/8" Wooden Panels

3" Concrete Sidewalk Slab New Construction 4" Concrete Slab New Construction Concrete Grade Beam

Polyethylene Vapor Barrier

1/4� SCALE MODEL

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC BUILDING SECTION D


A

5

Meditation Space

Greenhouse

Community Garden

4 B

B

Carl’s Space Da Berry Fresh Market

AirBnB / WWOOF Space

Chicken Coop

Storage Mechanical Closet

D

Commercial Kitchen Educational Space

1

Small Market

GROUND A

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Meditation Space Coming back here really helps keep me calm. School is stressful, and my dad just lost his job.

This really is the perfect spot to get away from everything.

Sorry to hear that. I know what you’re going through, and coming to the market has really helped me get through it.

Fresh Market

I think Carl wants to show them how to plant their own vegetable garden.

What do you think the kids would like to do today when they get here after school?


Site

I’ll let Carl know, he would love to have him around to help.

Joe has been having trouble at school and I think the market could really help him.

Communal Space How’s your family doing?

Yes! It’s just what this community needed.

They’re doing alright. They love the progress and impact the market is making in New Iberia.

SITE SECTION A

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5

RENDER 5: VIEW FROM INSIDE THE MEDITATION GARDEN


RENDER 4: VIEW INTO THE ACTIVE COMMUNITY GARDEN

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Cutouts based on site analysis - waterfront/ urban life

Biophilic experience insertion

Educational program cutouts - addition of framed view of park

BUILDING MORPHOLOGY

Biophilic experience added to upper floor residential units stacked on top

Multiplication of Residential units

Applied shifts to create biophilic experience for residents - additional residential block added

Rainwater Collection

Tri-CORE Queens, NY

ACSA - Timber in the City 3: Urban Habitats Competition SoAD “Faculty Choice� Award

Roosevelt Island

East River

Auditorium

Vehicular and pedestrian access to site underground parking garage

Housing

Biophilic Experience

Hunters Point

Re-imagine an ecological mid-rise, mixed-use, timber structure on a vacant water front near the east river and Queensbridge park. This project set its focus on

creating a model of an elaborate biophilic design space for the city. Innovative

technologies in a diverse set of wood types push the narrative of social, urban, and biophilic living.

Timber Benefits

promotes healthy living / sustains the natural life cycle

sustainability/ reduced carbon footprint/ long life cycle /embodied carbon over its lifetime approximately 5,684 metric tons of co2 stored approximately 2,821 cars off the road

high fire resistance/ construction efficiency / minimal waste


CONCEPT: HOW CAN THE ARCHITECTURE RESPOND TO THE THREE (TRI) DISTINCT ELEMENTS SURROUNDING THE SITE WATERFRONT - GREEN SPACE (PARK) - URBAN DEVELOPMENT

VIEW OF ARRIVAL FROM VERNON BLVD

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Wall Assembly: Horizontal Waterproof Treated Wood Siding Panels 1x4 Rainscreen Metal Lath Vapor Barrier 1/2” Plywood 1” Rigid Insulation Batting Insulation 1/2” Gypsum Board 3 5/8” Steel Stud 5/8” Sheathing Natural Lime Plaster Interior Finish

850 sqft

VIEW FROM APARTMENT BALCONY INTO THE BIOPHILIC COMMUNITY SPACE

High Performance Glazing System/ Impact Resistant

Cross Laminated Timber

Community Garden

31% of households in the immediate area have young children

11% walk/ bike to school and work

Cross Ventilation

Building Services

SECTION PERSPECTIVE

68% travel by car

Average people In a household is 3


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Biophilic Experience Room

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Room

26

Room Weight Room

Room

67

9

66

Room

25 UP

UP

UP

Room

27

Room 2

Room

24 Room

Room

3 1'

-3

61

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28

1/8

Room

Room

Room

29

23

Room 4 Room

65

Room 68

Room Room

22

30

DN

UP

Full Indoor Court and Track 69

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UP

UP

Room

DN

UP

31

Room Room -

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50

59 UP

Room Lobby

49

13

Room

32

Room

Room

51

33

UP

Room

58

Olympic Lap Pool

Room

Room

7

70

34

Room

57

Room Room

Room

12

52

UP

35 Room

37 Room Room

40

Room

56

38

Room

Room

Room

39

36

8

Room Room

42

53

Room

Room

45

73

UP

Room 71

UP

Room

41

UP

Room

Room

55

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SECTION CUT

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FIFTH

SECOND

GROUND

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TR

EAS

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

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TR

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EARLY EDUCATION CENTER

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WELLNESS CENTER

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10’ 10’ 10’ 10’ 2

20’ X 20’ Grid 10’ X 60’ CLT Floor Panels Spanning Across

60’ 3

4 5 6

1 Steel Plate

2 2” Steel Connection Bolts 3 14 Ply Glulam Beam 4 5

Welded Middle Steel Connection Plate For Glulam Beams Steel Plate Connection For Concrete To Timber Structure

6 2 1/2’ Concrete Base

Massive Exterior Structural Columns with Concrete Bases

Reduced Construction Time With Prefabricated CLT Paneled Structure 5 Ply Clt Panels For Exterior Walls 5 Ply Clt Panels For Interior Walls With Internal Cladding For Better Sound Insulation


Queensbridge Park

Boat Access

Deep Overhang

Early Education Playground

VIEW FROM BOAT ON THE EAST RIVER OF THE PUBLIC WATERFRONT SPACE

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site

GESTURES - EXPLORATION OF A DYNAMIC PUSH AND PULL FACADE

Urbanistic Push Downtown Lafayette, LA

DOWNTOWN 3D MODEL

Comprehensive Studio - Mixed Use Development Design Excellence Award

Retail - Department Store 1-3 Floor

5 Star Restaurant In/Outdoor | 4-5 Floor

Apartments | 2-6 Floor

Food And Beverage Bar 1-3 Floor

BUILDING ELEVATION A


TRANSPARENT WALL VIEWS (VISUAL CONNECTORS)

DOORWAYS WITHIN THE WALL

JEFFERSON ST CORNER VIEW COMBINE STUDY

STREET OPENINGS

URBAN WALL JEFFERSON ST

BACKSIDE ALLEY VIEW 1/4” SCALE BUILDING MODEL

CONCEPT AND SITE ANALYSIS: THE URBAN WALL PROJECT: INTENTIONAL USE OF OPENING (WINDOWS, SKYLIGHTS, DOORS, ETC) TO PROVIDE SPECIFIC VIEWS OF DOWNTOWN LAFAYETTE

1 A123

WALL SECTION

SENSORY EXPERIENCE WAS PRIMARY IN THIS MID-RISE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT. THE PROPOSAL SOUGHT THROUGH MATERIAL, PROGRAMMATIC, AND SPATIAL VARIATION, TO CREATE AN ARCHITECTURE THAT UNEXPECTEDLY SHIFTS USERS THINKING FROM THE EVERYDAY AND MUNDANE TO A GREATER SENSE OF SELF AWARENESS AND JOY.

FF Roof 2 76' - 0"

FF 5th Floor 56' - 0"

FF 4th Floor 42' - 0"

FF 3rd Floor 28' - 0"

TOS 2nd M Floor 19' - 0" FF 2nd Floor 15' - 0"

BUILDING SECTION B

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R Value of Roof = 59.7 5 A123

BUILDING SECTION B 16

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Overflow Roof Drain (2" above) 20" Diameter High Capacity Main Roof Drain Low Silhouette Dome 1/8" / 1'-0"

1/8" / 1'-0"

FF Roof 2 76' - 0"

K-Series Bar Joist- Angled Web Fire Rated All Exposed Steel Structure by ColdDragon Primer Double Wall for Acoustics 3 5/8" Roxul Sound'n'Safe Insulation STC Rating 52 16' - 4 7/16"

Artemis Ceiling Fan for Efficient Air Flow

Wood Exterior Plastic Waterproof Wall Panels

XT-Tectona Porcelain Pavers Fixed Height Pad Wall Assembly: Stucco Finish (Finish Coat) Stucco Finish (Base Coat) Metal Lath Vapor Barrier 1/2" Plywood 1" Rigid Insulation Batting Insulation 1/2" Gypsum Board 3 5/8" Steel Stud 5/8" Sheathing Interior Finish R Value for Wall = 21.5

Gypsum Board Air Gap

1/4" / 1'-0"

Fire Damper (Metal Fab Inc.) Access Floor System - Steel Kit 12 " 5/8" / 1'-0"

FF 5th Floor 56' - 0"

Supply Air

Return Air Access Floor Termination 4 Leg Nexus Cast Stainless Steel Spider Joint Curtain Wall Panel Steel Tension Cable Connector

PLAN

1' - 0"

8' - 2"

10' - 8 13/32"

Norton Industries Wood Drop Ceiling Fire Rate Intumescent Painted 9' - 1"

Top Coating of Tex-Cote - CoolWall Textured Primer HD High Solar Reflectance Index Roofing Thermoplastic Polyolefin Membrane SRI = 95 Premium Silicone Waterproofing Coating Solar Reflective Index: 115 2" Roof Board - High-Density Polyiso for Combustible Decks Metal Flashing Blocking 8" Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Rigid Foam Insulation 3/4" Griffolyn Type - 65 Vapor Retarder Membrane Air Control Membrane 2" EcoTouch Unfaced Insulation Metal Roof Decking

FF 4th Floor 42' - 0"

Steel Beam on Beam Construction Steel Connection Plate Steel Beam (Beyond) Steel Beam

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

FF 3rd Floor 28' - 0"

Wet Pipe Sprinkler System Microfast Quick Response Pendent Sprinkler Head Triple Glazed System Insulated Glass U-Factor = .25 (Summer) .27 (Winter) SHGC = .26 1" Wood Flooring 3 1/2" Roxul ComfortBatt Thermal Home Insulation 7" Concrete Slab

205' - 6 3/4"

117' - 2 3/8"

Alley

Parking Tower

GLD

5/8" / 1'-0"

100' - 0 13/16"

P.T. Entrance

FF 2nd Floor 15' - 0"

7' - 6"

Grey Water Collection Area

0' - 6"

Concrete Column with Embedded Structural Steel Column (Beyond) Polish Concrete Finish 4" Gravel Grade Beam with Drago Vapor Wrap Pile Cap Compact Fill Pile Frost Line

Beyond shown for charity

WALL SECTION SCALE: 1/2”= 1’ - 0”

19' - 0" / 1' - 0"

Service Street

15' - 8 5/32"

A STREET

Jefferson Street A STREET

Ground Level Drainage

Cross Walk

34' - 0"

B STREET

Jefferson Street

Cypress Street

Metal LED Tri Light Fixture

GLD A STREET

8' x 30" Precast Double T Concrete Beam

26' - 2 1/2"

GLD

3' - 6"

GLD

C Channel Precast Concrete Beam #6 Rebar

44' - 10 1/2"

3' - 5 19/32"

0' - 7"

0' - 3 19/32"

96' - 2 3/8"

B STREET

Cypress Street

34' - 0"

122' - 8"

0' - 1"

9' - 0 17/32"

3/8" / 1'-0"

OFFICIAL SITE PLAN SCALE: 1” = 40’ - 0”


Alley

B STREET

Cypress Street

UP

Ramp Up

Trash Dumpster Service

WALL SECTION

4

1

A123

A123

UP

After Hours Close Off

Dead Space Under Parking Garage Ramp Dead Space Under Parking Garage Ramp

UP

UP UP UP Drop Ceiling

UP

Bike Rack Station

BUILDING SECTION B

5 Service Street

A123

A STREET

GROUND

VIEW FROM DEPARTMENT STORE MEZZANINE

VIEW OF ARRIVAL FROM SOUTHWEST CORNER OF JEFFERSON ST AND CYPRESS ST

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SOUTHWEST PERSPECTIVE

Boat Pavilion

Modeling/Graphic Skills Class

LONGITUDINAL SECTION


NORTHEAST PERSPECTIVE

NORTH PERSPECTIVE

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BUILDING MORPHOLOGY SAMI

Urban Mixed Use Development - Barack Obama Presidential Center NOMA Student Design Competition 2018

Chicago, IL

Advisor: Kiwana Mcclung Team Members: David Allen , Sami Jaber, Breanna Booker, Mark Jones, Nguyen Son, Taisiia Kolisnyk, Will Molock, Thad Perkins, Tylor Payne, Quoc Dang, Darrell Landry Contribution: Rendering, Graphic Style, And Competition Board Layout

VIEW FROM 63RD STREET TRANSIT PLATFORM DAVID

Project Infinity has 178 residential units and can house up to 500 residents. Upscale Units: 54 High Mid-Range Units: 42 Low Mid-Range Units: 26 Micro Units: 56 The Total Enclosed Square Footage of Project Infinity is 388,694 SF.

TRANSVERSE SECTION DARRELL

The building has 103,751 SF dedicated to Residential space and 106,219 SF dedicated for Commercial space.

The land bridge contains approximately 88,693 SF of greenspace for residents to enjoy.

The project provides the residents of the Woodlawn community with 83,809 SF of community/ recreational space.

Water Retention areas hold 6,410 Cubic FT (47,946 Gallons) of water for use in the building’s greywater system.


UP

M.

Dining Area

Storage

WC Kitchen WC

Bar MUSIC STORE Storage

UP

Small Retail

community center classrooms

Cafe Bookstore

Small Retail

Small Retail

creative design studio MULTI-PURPOSE COURT

Storage

Grocery / Convenience

WC creative design studio

UP

WC

UP

BREEZEWAY

apartment Lobby UP

Pharmacy

Rx

UP

WC WC

multi purpose room

UP

UP

CLINIC

UP

FOURTH

SECOND

GROUND

BREANNA AND TYLOR

The multidimensional and economically diverse development include the creation of multi-modal transit center to connect Woodlawn residents to the greater city of Chicago and the creation of lease space for new, local businesses along with open greenspaces and new healthy living and working opportunities. Boundless optimism and practical strategies define the proposal for the Woodlawn neighborhood on the south side of Chicago.

Middle Render: View of the Street Entrance to the Green Landbridge from Southwest corner of the Site - Darrell

VIEW FROM INSIDE THE COMMUNITY COURTYARD DAVID

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Urban Montessori Lafayette, LA

Dynamic spaces, forms, and materials aid in the manifestation of an environment that isolates and focuses on the whole child, metally and physically. The marriage of Montessori and programmatic design is vital to the movement through space horizontally and vertically.

2ND GRADE CLASSROOM

CONCEPTUAL DRAWING

MODEL - PLAN


CONCEPTUAL DRAWING OF PHYSICAL AND VISIBLE CONNECTIONS TO THE ENVIRONMENT

CONCEPTUAL DRAWING OF PHYSICAL AND VISIBLE CONNECTIONS TO THE ENVIRONMENT

PROCESS SKETCH OF STRUCTURAL GRID

AXONOMETRIC

NORTHWEST ELEVATION

39


FIRST FLOOR LOBBY

1/2” SCALE FRAGMENT MODEL OF INTERIOR LOBBY


CORNER ENTRANCE

1/2” SCALE FRAGMENT MODEL OF CORNER FACADE

41


LONGITUDINAL SECTION CUT

UP

UP

DN UP

UP UP

UP

WALL SECTION CUT 3RD GRADE CLASSROOM

DN UP

---

DN

UP

DN UP

6" Concrete Metal Decking

Tubular Steel

SECOND

Pin Connection Welded Steel Plate

DENDRIFORM COLUMN DETAIL (TREE-SHAPED)

1/2” WALL SECTION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1/2” WALL SECTION


HIGHLY ACTIVE ROOFTOP PLAYGROUND

ROOFTOP TECTONIC STUDY EVOLUTION ROOFTOP SHADING | TECTONIC STUDY OF DENDRIFORM STRUCTURE

43 19


GESTURE

“Observant”

Mask Project


“OBSERVANT” THE PROSTHETIC SIMULTANEOUSLY OBSTRUCTS AND HEIGHTENS THE VISION OF THE USER - AUGMENTING PERCEPTIONS AND ALLOWING THE USER TO BECOME MORE OBSERVANT.

45


Fragmented Oxbow Atchafalaya Basin, LA

Tectonic Study

Design Excellence Award

CONCEPT: PROCESS MODELS OF MAZE/ CONCENTRATED PATH

PROCESS DRAWINGS OF DYNAMIC PATHWAY THAT CONNECTS THE OXBOW TO THE MAIN BODY OF WATER AND THE SURROUNDING GREENRY


SITE: ATCHAFALAYA BASIN OXBOW THE FABRICATION OF ARCHITECTURAL SPACES THAT DEFINE AND RESPOND TO THE NATURAL ELEMENTS OF THE BASIN SUCH AS THE WATER AND THE DENSE FORESTRY. THIS PROJECT SPECIFICALLY LOOKED FOR WAYS TO CONNECT THE MAIN WATER OF THE BASIN TO THE OXBOW. THIS PROJECT FOCUSES ON CREATING A FACILITY FOR ROBERT MCKEE A POPULAR AMERICAN AUTHOR. THE FACILITY HAS THREE MAIN COMPONENTSLECTURE HALL, WORK STUDY, RESIDENTIAL

PROCESS MODELS OF THREE MAIN COMPONENTS

WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION 1/4” SCALE FRAGMENT MODEL

47


ROOF

THIRD

SECOND

GROUND


SUSPENDED ABOVE THE DYNAMIC LANDSCAPE OF THE ATCHAFALAYA BASIN AT OX BOW LAKE, THE STRUCTURE CREATES A SPACE FOR ROBERT McKEE THAT CAPTIVATES AND APPRISES THE IMMEDIATE ENVIRONMENT. THE PERCEPTION OF DETAIL COMMUNICATES THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE CLIENT, ENVIRONMENT, AND ARCHITECTURE.

PLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

49


Social Life Lafayette, LA

Urban Mixed Use Development

TECTONIC STUDY

PROCESS MODEL

Design Excellence Award

Facilitating human interaction through the blending of program and design. Deliberate material placement and form create a intimate and deeper level of human comfort.

VIEW FROM ACROSS THE STREET

1/2� SCALE FRAGMENT MODEL OF INTERIOR FRONT LOBBY


VIEW LOOKING INTO THE BAR/RESTAURANT

51


PROCESS MODEL: EXPLORATION OF TECTONIC ELEMENTS IN THE INTERIOR LOBBY AND UPPER FLOORS

AXONOMETRIC

PROCESS MODEL: EXPLORATION OF MONUMENTAL STAIR STRUCTURE

1/2” WALL SECTION

PROCESS MODEL: EXPLORATION OF INTERIOR STRUCTURE


PROGRAM: GALLERY SPACE, OFFICE SPACE, CONFERENCE ROOMS

SECOND

PROGRAM: BAR, RESTAURANT, BOOKSTORE, COFFEE SHOP

GROUND

VIEW OF THE TRANSITION FROM THE URBAN STREET TO THE LOBBY ENTRY

53


PROJECT SHEET INDEX

ODED VIEW

SHEET # 1. GENERAL A001 COVER SHEET A002 ABBREVIATIONS, NOTES, SYMBOLS 2. ARCHITECTURAL A100 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN A101 FOUNDATION / PLUMBING PLAN A102 DIMENSION PLAN A103 FLOOR PLAN A104 ROOF PLAN A105 FRAMING PLAN A106 REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SHEET # A107 ELECTRICAL PLAN A108 MECHANICAL PLAN A203 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A200 EXTERIOR A-6 CASSIDY & ELEVATIONS DWAYNE DICKINSON A201 EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A-7 CASSIDY GENERAL NOTES & DWAYNE DICKINSON A202 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS 1. GENERAL A203 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS GENERAL: A001 COVER SHEET A400 OPENING SCHEDULE 1. APPLIANCES ARE TO BE OWNER PROVIDEDA002 & INSTALLED ABBREVIATIONS, NOTES, SYMBOLS A900 3D VIEWS CARPENTRY: 2. ARCHITECTURAL 3. INTERIOR 1. ALL LUMBER SHALL BE S4S #2 SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. TREATED LUMBER SHALL BE USED WHENSITE IN DIRECT PLAN A100 ARCHITECTURAL CONTACT WITH SOIL, CONC, OR MASONRY. I100 FINISH FLOOR/ PLAN 2. ALL LOAD BEARING WALLS SHALL BE 2X4 STUDS (MIN) AT 16"FOUNDATION O.C. WITH TREATED SOLE PLATE AND DBL TOP A101 PLUMBING PLAN PLATE. STUDS SHALL BE STRAIGHT. I101 INTERIOR SCHEDULE 3. PROVIDE CAULKING AT ALL EXTERIORA102 SOLE PLATES AND SILLDIMENSION SEAL PLAN 4. PROVIDE DBL POSTS UNDER ALL OPENINGS SPANNING 6' ORFINISH MORE I102 BOARD 5. ALL HEADERS IN LOAD BEARING WALLS SHALL BE 2X12'S. 2X6FLOOR HEADERS ALLOWED IN ALL OTHER WALLS A103 PLAN

NEW RESIDENCE

Acadiana Residence

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

ODED VIEW

Lafayette, LA

Residential3835 Project - Construction Documents OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA

PROJECT SHEET INDEX

Summer 2020 Intern Project NEW RESIDENCE

SUPERVISIOR: DAVID BEVERLY (ARCHITECT AND GENERAL CONTACTOR)

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

This project was a residential home for a couple in the Acadiana, XPLODED VIEW Lafayette area that developed over the course of the summer. My job was to produce the necessary construction document sheets for the permit set while being supervised by the head architect. EXPLODED VIEW

3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LAWALL TYPES WALL LEGEND WALLS

Type Mark A

2X6 STUD

B 2X4 STUD

D

6. 7.

Type

Type Comments

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

NOTE:

EXTERIOR WALL - 2X6 WOOD STUDS @ 16" O.C., LAP SIDING INTERIOR WALL - 2X4 WOOD STUDS @ 16" O.C., 1/2" GYP 2" TRIM BOARD

SHEET NAME

NEW RESIDENCE

1. ALL INTERIOR SURFACES IN WET AREAS SHALL HAVE MOISTURE & MOLD RESISTANT GYPSUM WALL BOARD. WALL AND CEILING.

15.

ALL RAFTERS SHALL BE 2X6'S UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON PLAN ALL PLYWD DECKING ON ROOF SHALL BE 5/8" CDX WITH 'H' CLIPS TO PROVIDE PROPER SPACING. STAGGER JOINTS. PROVIDE HURRICANE CLIPS @ EACH RAFTER MITER ALL EXTERIOR JOINTS AND COPE ALL INTERIOR JOINTS OF SCULPTED WD CARPENTER SHALL USE FOUNDATION FORM MATERIAL WHEREVER POSSIBLE IN NON-VISIBLE AREAS PROVIDE TRIPLE POST UNDER ALL LAMINATED BEAMS PROVIDE BRACING IN ATTICS PER CODE AS NECESSARY SEE ELEVATIONS AND ROOF PLAN FOR SOFFIT OVERHANG CARPENTER SHALL INSTALL ALL FINISH HARDWARE AND OTHER FIXTURE ITEMS WHICH SHALL INCLUDE BATHROOM HARDWARE. THEY SHALL BE INSTALLED STRAIGHT & LEVEL PROVIDE 1/2" PLYWD IN ATTIC WHERE NECESSARY.

SHEET NAME

A104 ROOF PLAN A105 FRAMING PLAN A106 REFLECTED CEILING PLAN A107 ELECTRICAL PLAN NOTE: THE VOLUMES LISTED BELOW IN "CF"NAME ARE ESTIMATES ONLY SHEET # SHEET A108 MECHANICAL PLAN AND SHALL NOT BE RELIED UPON FOR SIZING HVAC EQUIP. A200 EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A203 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A201 EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A-6 CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON GROSS SPACE SCHEDULE A202 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS & DWAYNE DICKINSON NOTE: THE VOLUMES LISTED BELOW INA-7 "CF" ARE ESTIMATESCASSIDY ONLY ANDOPENING SHALL NOT BE RELIED UPON FOR SIZING HVAC EQUIP. A400 SCHEDULE RmA900 # Name 1. GENERAL Area Perimeter Volume Location/Level 3D VIEWS A001 COVER SHEET 1 INTERIOR BEDROOM 1 248 SF 80' -NOTES, 2" 2466.82 CF FINISH FLOOR 3. GROSS SPACE SCHEDULE A002 ABBREVIATIONS, SYMBOLS FINISH FLOOR PLANLocation/Level 2. ARCHITECTURAL AreaCL 1Perimeter Volume 2 I100 31 SF 23' - 7" 278.18 CF FINISH FLOOR I101 SCHEDULE 248 SF 80' INTERIOR - 2" 2466.82 CF FINISH FLOOR A100 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN 3 31I102 2 FINISH 21FLOOR SF 18' - 10" 190.31 CF FINISH FLOOR SF CL23' - 7" 278.18 CF FINISH A101 FOUNDATION / PLUMBING PLAN BOARD

PROJECT SHEET INDEX

CASSIDY & DWAYNE CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON DICKINSON NEW RESIDENCE

A201 1

3835 NEW OAKLAND ROADS, LA 3835 PATIOOAKLAND RD.,

A

RD., NEW ROADS, LA

E2 A

DW

A203 A 3

1

A

2

REF.

8

A203

4

18 A

5

KITCHEN

A203

A

12

A202

24

2 A

13 B

B

12

CL5 19

B

B

A202

15

B

PORCH

BEDROOM 1

A202

22

1 25

A

A202

20

WC

4

B

6

4 B

A202

31

BATH 2 30

A202

5

6

B

A

3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA

B

A

32

22 A202

B

30X60

1

B

A

BEDROOM 3 11

A

A

A200

FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

APPLICATION BUILDING CODES

DATE: DICKINSON.DWAYNE@GMAIL.COM

COMPANY

-

NAME

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

ADDRESS

3835 OAKLAND ROAD

ADDRESS

LAKELAND, LA,

TELEPHONE

225.603.2147 / 225.573.9501NEW

EMAIL

DICKINSON.DWAYNE@GMAIL.COM

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USE................................................................................................: RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION........................................................: WOOD STUD FRAME NUMBER OF STORIES.................................................................: (1) BUILDING HEIGHT........................................................................: 18'-0" TOP OF RIDGE BUILDING AREA............................................................................: (3,426 SF - GROSS/UNDER ROOF) (2,521 SF - CONDITIONED SPACE)

337-205-3235

UNCONDITIONED SPACE SCHEDULE EMAIL david@dbarchitectureofacadiana.com Volume Location/Level 1089.45 FINISH FLOOR CF 796 SF 213' - 2 7/8" 7784.87 FINISH FLOOR NAME David Beverly, Architect CF ADDRESS Suite A2 905 SF 233 Doucet 256' -Rd, 6 3/16" 8874.32 CF COMPANY

DB ARCHITECTURE of ACADIANA, LLC

E2 PATIO SCHEMATIC DESIGN Grand total

COVER SHEET ADDRESS TELEPHONE RESIDENCE EMAIL

Lafayette, Louisiana, 70503 337-205-3235 david@dbarchitectureofacadiana.com

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON PROJECT DIRECTORY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OWNER ARCHITECT SCHEMATIC DESIGN 3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA

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COMPANY

DB ARCHITECTURE of ACADIANA, LLC

NAME

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

NAME

David Beverly, Architect

3835 OAKLAND ROAD

ADDRESS

233 Doucet Rd, Suite A2

LAKELAND, LA,

ADDRESS

Lafayette, Louisiana, 70503

TELEPHONE

225.603.2147 / 225.573.9501 NEW RESIDENCE

TELEPHONE

337-205-3235

EMAIL

DICKINSON.DWAYNE@GMAIL.COM

EMAIL

david@dbarchitectureofacadiana.com

ADDRESS

BUILDING INFORMATION

COVER SHEET

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

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A001

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BUILDING INFORMATION USE................................................................................................: RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION........................................................: WOOD STUD FRAME NUMBER OF STORIES.................................................................: (1) BUILDING HEIGHT........................................................................: 18'-0" TOP OF RIDGE BUILDING AREA............................................................................: (3,426 SF - GROSS/UNDER ROOF) (2,521 SF - CONDITIONED SPACE)

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APPLICATION BUILDING CODES BUILDING CODE :2015 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE 2012 INTERNATIONAL EXISTING BUILDING CODE 2015 INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE 2015 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE 2015 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE

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VICINITY MAP BUILDING INFORMATION

APPLICATION BUILDING CODES

TELEPHONE

225.603.2147 / 225.573.9501

EMAIL

CA

BUILDING CODE :2015 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE 2012 INTERNATIONAL EXISTING BUILDING CODE 2015 INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE 2015 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE 2015 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2015 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE

PROJECT NUMBER:

TELEPHONE

8/6/2020 PROJECT DIRECTORY Rm # 2:54:00 PM Name Area Perimeter OWNER NOT ARCHITECT E1 FOR PORCH CONSTRUCTION 109 SF 43' - 3 5/16" A103

1

BUILDING INFORMATION

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

12 UNCONDITIONED KITCHEN SF 70' - 11" 3006.72 CF FINISH FLOOR SPACE301 SCHEDULE 13 UTILITY 63 SF 33' - 9" 448.04 CF FINISH FLOOR Perimeter Volume Location/Level 46 SF 26' - 9" 344.89 CF FINISH FLOOR DIRECTORY E1 PORCH 109 SF 43' - 3 5/16" 1089.45 FLOOR 15 CL5 5 SF 10' - 2" FINISH 43.00 CF FINISH FLOOR CF OWNER ARCHITECT 16 HALL 178 SF 100' - 1" 1599.40 CF FINISH FLOOR E2 PATIO 796 SF 213' 2 7/8" 7784.87 FINISH FLOOR COMPANY of ACADIANA, LLC FINISH FLOOR 17 LIVING / DINING COMPANY 420 SF DB ARCHITECTURE 87' - 11" 4180.02 CF CF PLDICKINSON BATH - 10"Architect 437.49 CF FINISH FLOOR NAME49 SF David28' NAME CASSIDY &18 DWAYNE Beverly, Grand total 905 SF 256' - 650 3/16" 8874.32 CF 19 ROAD MUD 28' - 5" ADDRESSSF 233 Doucet 3835 OAKLAND ADDRESS Rd, Suite A2 313.78 CF FINISH FLOOR TEL: 337.205.3235 EMAIL: david@dbarchitectureofacadiana.com WEBSITE: www.dbarchitectureofacadiana.com 2070503 GARAGE 602 SF Lafayette, 100'Louisiana, - 9" 5420.16 CF FINISH FLOOR ADDRESS: 233 Doucet Rd, Suite A2, LAKELAND, Lafayette, Louisiana, ADDRESS LA, ADDRESS 70503 # BY DATE REVISION Grand total 2521 SF 836' - 9" 23109.51 CF NEW RESIDENCE

Area CASSIDYRm & #DWAYNEName DICKINSON 14 PROJECT PANTRY

A

10

21

SF - 10" 190.31 CF FINISH FLOOR A102 15 SF DIMENSION PLAN 4 21 WC18' 16' - 0" 135.00 CF FINISH FLOOR 15 SF 16' - 0" 135.00 CF FINISH FLOOR A103 FLOOR PLANNOTE: THE VOLUMES LISTED BELOW IN "CF" ARE ESTIMATES ONLY 46' - 10" 1060.04 CF FINISH FLOOR 5 134 SF BATH 1 134 SF 46' - 10" 1060.04 CF FINISH FLOOR A104 ROOF PLAN AND SHALL NOT BE RELIED UPON FOR SIZING HVAC EQUIP. 26 SF 20' - 9" 231.60 CF FINISH FLOOR 6 137 SF SHOWER 26FLOOR SF 20' - 9" 231.60 CF FINISH FLOOR A105 FRAMING PLAN 46' - 10" 1227.95 CF FINISH 28' - 0" CF FINISH FLOOR A106 REFLECTED CEILING 7 745SFSF BEDROOM 2372.91 137 SF SPACE 46' - 10"PLAN 1227.95 CF FINISH FLOOR GROSS SCHEDULE 10' - 9" 63.30 CFA107 FINISH FLOOR ELECTRICAL PLAN 10' - 9"2 63.30 CF FINISH FLOOR 8 7 SF BATH 28' - 0" 372.91 CF FINISH FLOOR A108 45 SF MECHANICAL PLAN Rm Area Perimeter Volume Location/Level 137#SF 46' - 10" Name 1226.60 CF FINISH FLOOR A200 7 SF EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS 9 301 SF CL70'3 - 11" 10' - 9" 63.30 CF FINISH FLOOR CF FINISH FLOOR 1 63 SF BEDROOM 13006.72 248 SF 80' - 2" 2466.82 CF FINISH FLOOR A201 EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS - 9" 448.04 CF FINISH FLOOR 10 46 SF CL33' 4 7 SF 10' 9" 63.30 CF FINISH FLOOR A202 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS 344.89 CF FINISH 2 CL26'1 - 9" 31FLOOR SF 23' - 7" 278.18 CF FINISH FLOOR 10' - 2" FINISH FLOOR 11 5 SF BEDROOM 343.00 CFA400 137 SF 46' - 10" 1226.60 CF FINISH FLOOR OPENING SCHEDULE 3 178 SF CL100' 2 - 1" 21FLOOR SF 190.31 CF FINISH FLOOR 1599.40 CF FINISH A900 3D VIEWS 18' - 10" 12 420 SF KITCHEN 301 SF 70' - 11" 3006.72 CF FINISH FLOOR - 11" 4180.02 CF FINISH FLOOR 3. INTERIOR15 SF 4 49 SF WC87' 16' - 0" 135.00 CF FINISH FLOOR 28' - 10" 437.49 CF FINISH FLOOR 13 UTILITY 63FLOOR SF 33'PLAN - 9" 448.04 CF FINISH FLOOR I100 FINISH FLOOR 28' - 5"1 313.78 CF FINISH 5 50 SF BATH 134 SF 46' 10" 1060.04 CF FINISH FLOOR I101 INTERIOR SCHEDULE 100' - 9" 5420.16 CF FINISH 14 602 SF PANTRY 46FLOOR SF 26' - 9" 344.89 CF FINISH FLOOR 6 2521 SFSHOWER 26 SF 20' - 9" 231.60 CF FINISH FLOOR 836' - 9" 23109.51I102 CF FINISH BOARD 15 CL5 5 SF 10' - 2" 43.00 CF FINISH FLOOR 7 BEDROOM 2 137 SF 46' - 10" 1227.95 CF FINISH FLOOR NOTE: THE VOLUMES LISTED BELOW IN "CF" ARE ESTIMATES ONLY UNCONDITIONED SPACE SCHEDULE 16 HALL 178 SF 100' - 1" 1599.40 CF FINISH FLOOR AND SHALL BE RELIED UPON FOR SIZING HVAC EQUIP. 8 BATH 2 45 SF 28' - 0" 372.91 CFNOT FINISH FLOOR Rm # Name Area Perimeter Volume Location/Level 17 LIVING / DINING 420 SF 87' 11" 4180.02 CF FINISH FLOOR E1 PORCH FINISH FLOOR 9 109 SF CL43'3- 3 5/16" 1089.45 7 SF 10' - 9" 63.30 CF FINISH FLOOR CF 18 PL BATH 49 SF 28' - 10" 437.49SCHEDULE CF FINISH FLOOR E2 PATIO FLOOR 10 796 SF CL213' 4 - 2 7/8" 7784.87 FINISH 7 SF 10' - 9"GROSS SPACE 63.30 CF FINISH FLOOR CF 19 MUD 50 SF 28' - 5" 313.78 CF FINISH FLOOR RmCF# 137 SFName 46' - 10" Area 1226.60 Perimeter 11 905 SF BEDROOM CF FINISH Volume FLOOR Location/Level Grand total 256' - 6 3/16" 3 8874.32 20 GARAGE 602 SF 100' - 9" 5420.16 CF FINISH FLOOR 1 BEDROOM 80' - 2"CF FINISH 2466.82 CF FINISH FLOOR 12 KITCHEN 301 SF 1 70' - 11"248 SF 3006.72 FLOOR Grand total 2521 SF 836' - 9"31 SF 23109.51 2 CL 23' - CF 7" CFFINISH 278.18 CF FINISH FLOOR 13 UTILITY 631SF 33' - 9" 448.04 FLOOR 3 UNCONDITIONED CL SF 18' - CF 10" FINISH 190.31 CF FINISH FLOOR SPACE 14 PANTRY 462SF 26' - 9" 21SCHEDULE 344.89 FLOOR 4 WC 16' CF - 0" FINISH 135.00 CF FINISH FLOOR 15 5 SF 10'Perimeter - 2" 15 SF 43.00 FLOOR Rm # CL5 Name 5 Area Volume Location/Level BATH 1 134 SF 1599.40 46' - 10" 1060.04 CF FINISH FLOOR 16 HALL 178 SF SF 100'- -31" CF FINISH FLOOR E1 PORCH 109 43' 5/16" 1089.45 FLOOR 6 SHOWER 26 SF 20' - 9" FINISH 231.60 CF FINISH FLOOR 17 LIVING / DINING 420 SF 87' - 11" 4180.02 CF FINISH FLOOR CF 7 BEDROOM 2 137 SF 46' - 10" 1227.95 CF FINISH FLOOR 18 PL BATH 49 SF 28' - -10" 437.49 CF FINISH FLOOR FLOOR E2 PATIO 796 SF 213' 245 7/8" 7784.87 8 BATH 2 SF 28' - 0" FINISH 372.91 CF FINISH FLOOR CF MUD 50 SF 28' - 5" 313.78 CF FINISH FLOOR NOT 19 FOR CONSTRUCTION 9 CL 3 7 SF 10' - 9" 63.30 CF FINISH FLOOR Grand total 905 256' 8874.32 CF FINISH FLOOR 20 GARAGE 602 SF 100' - 6 9"3/16" 5420.16 10 CL 4 7 SF 10' 9" 63.30 CF FINISH FLOOR SCHEMATIC DESIGN Grand total 2521 SF 3 836' - 9"137 SF 23109.51 11 BEDROOM 46' - 10"CF 1226.60 CF FINISH FLOOR

FLOOR PLAN

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A202 FD 6

CL 3 CL 4

23

BATH 1

SHOWER 6

GARAGE

A202

8

A

B

A

B

A

8

7

7

B

26

A203

3

B

B

6

E1

B

B B

19

A

BEDROOM 2

CL 2

A200

B

MUD

A

B 27 B

A B 4

B B

CL 1

9 6

B

16

B

A203 10

HALL

9

A

18

B

OAK GL EN

A201

FRZ.

29

PL BATH

B

A202

14

UTILITY 13

A

17

B 5

PANTRY

B

A

LIVING / DINING

B WALL OVEN

MIC.

Rm # Name 1 BEDROOM 1 2 CL 1 3 CL 2 4 WC 5 BATH 1 6 SHOWER 7 BEDROOM 2 8 BATH 2 9 CL 3 10 CL 4 11 BEDROOM 3 12 KITCHEN 13 UTILITY 14 PANTRY 15 CL5 16 HALL 17 LIVING / DINING 18 PL BATH 19 MUD 20 GARAGE Grand total

#

BY

DATE

REVISION

PROJECT NUMBER:


7/16" OSB SHEATHING WD STUD WALL

CLAD PER ELEVATIONS

1.

1 1/2" STARTER STRIP

FLOORS; REF FIN SCHEDULE

2.

CONTINUOUS Z-FLASHING 1X4 TRIM BD 1/8" SLOPE AWAY FROM BLDG

COMPACTED A4 FILL DIRT FLOORS; REF FIN SCHEDULE

COMPACTED A4 FILL DIRT

8'X20', 6GA REINFORCING STL MAT 0' - 0"

8'X20', 6GA REINFORCING STL MAT 0' - 4"

FFE

0' - 0"

0' - 0"

FFE

FFE

0' - 4"

0' - 0"

0' - 3 1/2"

8'X20', 6GA REINFORCING STL MAT

4" SAND BASE - CAPILLARY BREAK 4" SAND BASE - CAPILLARY BREAK

FFE

0' - 4"

BASE BOARDS & FLOORS

3. 0' - 0" FFE

4.

2' - 4"

2'-0" MIN

TREATED SILL PLATE MUD SILL ANCHOR OR J BOLT @ 36" O.C.

2' - 4"

COMPACTED A4 FILL DIRT

2'-0" MIN

4" SAND BASE - CAPILLARY BREAK

2'-0" MIN

GENERAL NOTES FOUNDATION

PLUMBING

TYVEK MOISTURE BARRIER; TYVEK TAPE EVERY JT

INTERIOR WALL FIN

#5 HORIZ REINF

#5 HORIZ REINF

#5 HORIZ REINF

#3 STIRRUP 11" X 19" @ 36 O.C.

CONT 6 MIL POLYETHYLENE VAPOR BARRIER; DUCT TAPE EVERY JT

#3 STIRRUP 11" X 19" @ 36 O.C.

CONT 6 MIL POLYETHYLENE VAPOR BARRIER; DUCT TAPE EVERY JT

5. 6. 7.

#3 STIRRUP 11" X 19" @ 36 O.C. CONT 6 MIL POLYETHYLENE VAPOR BARRIER; DUCT TAPE EVERY JT

8. CONC BRICK AS NEEDED (TO KEEP CAGE STRAIGHT) 1' - 4"

CONC BRICK AS NEEDED (TO KEEP CAGE STRAIGHT) 1' - 4"

ALL WORK SHALL BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE W/ THE STANDARD PLUMBING CODE W/ LOUISIANA REVISIONS ALL SEWER LINES & VENTS SHALL BE PVC SCHEDULE 40 PLASTIC SEWER PIPE. LAID W/ 1/4" PER FOOT SLOPE FOR LINES 3" DIA. & BELOW & W/ 1/8" PER FOOT SLOPE FOR LINES 4" DIA. & ABOVE ALL VENTS SHALL EXTENT 10" ABOVE ROOF & TERMINATE IN A LEAD FLASHING COLLAR. NO VENTS SHALL PENETRATE WITHIN 5' OF AN EXTERIOR WALL. TEST SEWER LINES, VENTS, WASTE, ETC FOR 24 HOURS IN ACCORDANCE W/ CODE. NO VENTS SHALL BE LOCATED ON FRONT OF THE HOUSE. ALL ROOF PENETRATIONS SHALL BE PAINTED TO MATCH ROOF COLOR. ALL DOMESTIC HOT & COLD WATER LINES ABOVE GRADE WATER RELIEF LINE, CONDENSATE DRAIN LINE, & A/C EMERGENCY DRAIN LINE SHALL BE GOVERNMENT TYPE 'L' HARD COPPER. USE TYPE 'L' SOFT COPPER BEFORE SLAB. INSULATE ALL HOT & COLD WATER LINES ABOVE GRADE W/ 1/2" THICK FIBERGLASS INSUL W/ UNIVERSAL JACKET. USE LEAD FREE SOLDER ON ALL DOMESTIC WATER PIPING PEX ALTERNATE ACCEPTABLE UPON APPROVAL OF ARCHITECT TEST UNDER 200 PSI FOR 5 HOURS PROVIDE 12" HIGH AIR CHAMBER OF SAME SIZE AS BRANCH LINE @ EACH FIXTURE OR GROUP OF FIXTURES INSTALL PLUMBING FIXTURES SHOWN ON DRAWINGS UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE. FIXTURES SHALL BE COMPLETE WITH ALL NECESSARY BRASS & ACCESSORIES REQD FOR A COMPLETE INSTALLATION - FIXTURES PROVIDED BY OWNER PROVIDE CUT OFF VALVES @ EACH FIXTURE IN BOTH HOT & COLD WATER PIPING. PROVIDE 'P' TRAPS & DRAIN FITTINGS FOR LAVATORIES & SINKS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

CONC BRICK AS NEEDED (TO KEEP CAGE STRAIGHT)

16. 1' - 4"

2

FOOTING @ SIDING

SLAB @ GRADE BEAM

4

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" 6' - 0"

18.

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" 12' - 6 1/2"

17.

SLAB @ GRADE BEAM W 3 1/2" RAISE

6

17' - 1 1/2"

7' - 10 1/2"

26' - 9 1/2"

22' - 2 1/2"

19.

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ALL CONC SHALL HAVE A MIN COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 3000 PSI. ALL REINFORCING STL SHALL BE GRADE 60 OR BETTER. ALL SLABS SHALL BE REINF 6GA WIRE MAT, 8'X20', SUPPORTED BY CONC BRICK CONC BRICKS SHALL BE USED TO SUPPORT REINFORCING STL. NO "WIZARD STICKS" ALLOWED. LAP ALL BAR SPLICES @ CORNERS & INTERSECTIONS. PROVIDE BARS IN LENGTHS AS LONG AS IS PRACTICAL TO HANDLE & LAP BAR SPLICES @ MIDSPANS A MIN. OF 24". ALL REINFORCING STL SHALL HAVE A MIN OF 3 INCHES OF CONC COVER. ALL FILL AND BACKFILL UNDER THE BLDG SHALL BE SELECTED MAT'L (MIN. A4) COMPACTED TO WITHIN 95% OF THE STANDARD PROCTOR DENSITY @ OPTIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT. PRETREAT SOIL FOUNDATION FOR TERMITES PRIOR TO INSTALLING VAPOR BARRIER. PROVIDE A CONT 6 MIL POLYETHYLENE VAPOR BARRIER w/ 6" OVERLAP AND TAPED JOINTS UNDER THE SLAB & FOOTINGS. GARAGE , DRIVEWAY, SIDEWALKS, AND PORCHES SHALL HAVE A LIGHT BROOM FIN. INTERIOR SLAB AREAS SHALL HAVE A LEVEL POWER TROWEL FIN. VIBRATE CONC @ FOOTINGS DURING POOR. THE POUR WILL BE A C.I.P. MONOLITHIC SLAB IN ONE POUR- UTILIZE CONC. PUMP TRUCK AS NECESSARY. FORMING CREW SHALL WRECK ALL FORMS, REMOVE ALL NAILS, AND STACK MAT'L IN A NEAT & PROFESSIONAL MANNER. ANY DISCREPANCIES FOUND BETWEEN THE DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS SHOWN ON THE FOUNDATION PLAN AND THOSE ON THE ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SHALL BE RESOLVED PRIOR TO ANY CONSTRUCTION. ALL EXCAVATED MAT'L SHALL BE TIGHTLY PACKED INTO A MOUND, OUT OF THE WAY OF WORK, AND USED TO PROVIDE A FIN GRADE w/ POSITIVE DRAINAGE AWAY FROM BLDG. SHOVEL FOOTINGS @ S/W AND DRIVEWAY SHALL BE CLEAN, CONSISTENT & DONE IN A PROFESSIONAL MANNER. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT THE SOIL BRG CAPACITY IS SUITABLE FOR A SHALLOW STANDARD FOUNDATION AS DETAILED IN THESE DWG. IF THE SOIL BRG CAPCITY IS FOUND TO BE INSUFFICIENT, STOP WORK IMMEDIATELY AND NOTIFY THE OWNER AND/OR ARCHITECT. ALL SAW CUTS AND CONCRETE SCORING SHALL BE COMPLETED THE SAME DAY OF CONCRETE POUR, PRIOR TO ANY WALL CONSTRUCTION. THE 4" CAPILLARY BREAK BELOW THE SLAB AND VAPOR BARRIER SHALL CONSIST OF "MASON" SAND WITH LESS THAN 10 PERCENT FINES.

6' - 0"

12' - 2"

SLOPE

9' - 0 5/8"

4' - 6 1/2"

8'X20', 6GA REINFORCING STL MAT ON CONC. BRICK @ 4' O.C. MIN. (GRID)

7' - 7 1/4"

-0' - 3 1/2" 4' - 6 1/2"

SUPPLY AND CONTROL 7' - 11"

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1'

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2

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4

6' - 8"

1' - 4"

17' - 0"

4

18' - 0"

2

SLOPE

1/8" : 12" 2

Sim

A101

8' - 2 1/4"

WH

5' - 9"

2

19' - 6 1/2"

FOUNDATION / PLUMBING PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

3' - 6"

FOUNDATION / PLUMBING PLAN

1' - 4"

-0' - 4"

2

Sim

Sim

NEW RESIDENCE

Sim

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON 3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA

-0' - 5"

28' - 6 1/2"

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A101 7' - 0"

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCHEMATIC DESIGN

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5 A101

1' - 4"

WATER MAIN

1' - 4"

22' - 4 1/2"

3' - 4 1/4"

Sim

1' - 4"

FD

Sim

A101

6' - 1 3/4"

2

0' - 0"

2 A101

11' - 10 1/2"

5' - 4 1/2"

Sim

A101

DRAINAGE

CLEANOUT LINE

EQUIPMENT

Sim

2

6' - 5"

1' - 4"

2 1' - 4"

COLD

SEWAGE

-0' - 5"

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DATE:

13' - 6"

1' - 4"

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SUPPLY AND SEWAGE LINES

HOT

28' - 2"

1' - 4"

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CLEANOUT

GAS LINE

A101

2

A101

-0' - 4"

-0' - 4"

1' - 4"

HOT AND COLD RECESSED BOX

WATER HEATER

A101 1' - 4" 0' - 0"

A101

HOSE BIBB

HAIRPIN OUTSIDE CORNER REINF. #5, 20" (TYP)

Sim

22' - 8"

Sim

A101

HOT SUPPLY

SOIL STACK

Sim

#5 INSIDE CORNER REINF. (TYP)

1' - 4"

Sim

A101

5

0' - 0"

4 20' - 10"

A101

6' - 0"

2

Sim

2

1' - 4"

SLOPE

Sim

1/4" : 12"

6 A101

Sim

-0' - 4"

-0' - 3 1/2"

A101 9' - 4"

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2 A101

Sim

6

1' - 4"

1' - 4"

A101

5" 5" 7"

1' - 4"

61' - 7 1/2"

A101 Sim

2

24' - 0"

1' - 4"

Sim

1' - 4"

6 A101

COLD RECESSED BOX

4' - 2"

Sim

4

A101

HB CH

GAS LINE

C 4' - 7"

Sim

5' - 11"

1' - 4"

HOT AND COLD SUPPLY

GAS

16' - 8"

SLOPE

H

COLD SUPPLY

CH

12' - 6"

1' - 4"

A101

13' - 10 1/2"

0' - 8"

13' - 3"

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

SLOPE

Sim

A101

6

SIDEWALK DTL (TYP)

5

PLUMBING LEGEND 6

REF. 26' - 6"

Sim

2 A101

5' - 3"

0' - 0"

2

0' - 6"

1' - 4"

-4

A101

1' - 4"

6

Sim

LIGHT BROOM FIN ON ALL EXT CONC SURFACES #5 STL REINF. ROD CONC. BRICK AS NEEDED

FFE

"

DW

A101

13' - 3"

SLOPE

A101

1/8" : 12"

Sim

6

Sim

4

2' - 8 1/2"

5' - 6 1/2"

1' - 4"

1' - 4"

1' - 4"

13' - 3"

- 0' - 4"

13' - 6"

6' - 11 1/2"

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55


GENERAL NOTES FRAMING

COLUMNS 1.

C1= 6" X 6" DOUG FUR SOLID WOOD BEAMS

CARPENTRY:

B2= 6X19" B3= 6X4" B4= 6X6" B8= 6X12"

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

LVL

6. 7.

B1= (2) 12" LVL B5= (3) 16" LVL B6= (2) 12" LVL

8. 9.

B7= (2) 12" LVL

10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

C1

C1

C1

B1

15.

C1

B1

GENERAL NOTES 1. ALL LIGHT FIXTURES (OTHER THAN LED) SHALL HAVE COMPACT FLUORESCENT BULBS (100W EQUIVALENT, WARM WHITE). 2. LIGHT FIXTURES OVER WET AREAS SHALL BE WET AREA RATED. 3. PAINT COLORS TO BE DETERMINED BY OWNER. 4. ELECTRICIAN TO CHECK/TEST SMOKE DETECTORS IN EXISTING HOUSE BEDROOM WING 5. POPCORN CLG TO BE SCRAPED AND LEVEL 5 FINISH APPLIED IF CEILING REMAINS

GLULAM LVL BEAMS SIZED BY BEAM MANUFACTURER. PROVIDE TRIPLE STUDS AT SUPPORT WALL BEARING POINT.

ALL LUMBER SHALL BE S4S #2 SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. TREATED LUMBER SHALL BE USED WHEN IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH SOIL, CONC, OR MASONRY. ALL LOAD BEARING WALLS SHALL BE 2X4 STUDS (MIN) AT 16" O.C. WITH TREATED SOLE PLATE AND DBL TOP PLATE. STUDS SHALL BE STRAIGHT. PROVIDE CAULKING AT ALL EXTERIOR SOLE PLATES AND SILL SEAL PROVIDE DBL POSTS UNDER ALL OPENINGS SPANNING 6' OR MORE ALL HEADERS IN LOAD BEARING WALLS SHALL BE 2X12'S. 2X6 HEADERS ALLOWED IN ALL OTHER WALLS ALL RAFTERS SHALL BE 2X6 MINIMUM UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON PLAN ALL PLYWD DECKING ON ROOF SHALL BE 5/8" CDX WITH 'H' CLIPS TO PROVIDE PROPER SPACING. STAGGER JOINTS. PROVIDE HURRICANE CLIPS @ EACH RAFTER MITER ALL EXTERIOR JOINTS AND COPE ALL INTERIOR JOINTS OF SCUPLTED WD CARPENTER SHALL USE FOUNDATION FORM MATERIAL WHEREVER POSSIBLE IN NON-VISIBLE AREAS PROVIDE TRIPLE POST UNDER ALL LAMINATED BEAMS PROVIDE BRACING IN ATTICS PER CODE AS NECESSARY SEE ELEVATIONS AND ROOF PLAN FOR SOFFIT OVERHANG CARPENTER SHALL INSTALL ALL FINISH HARDWARE AND OTHER FIXTURE ITEMS WHICH SHALL INCLUDE BATHROOM HARDWARE. THEY SHALL BE INSTALLED STRAIGHT & LEVEL PROVIDE 1/2" PLYWD IN ATTIC FOR STORAGE. VERIFY LOCATION W/ OWNER

ELECTRICAL FIXTURE SCHEDULE ITEM

Comments

Circuit Number

Electrical Equipment Schedule

B1

Family

6

B7

Count

6

Count

Comments

Bussing

6

B7

5 VIEW FROM FRONT YARD

B1

B6

B1

Mechanical Equipment Schedule Family Square Return Register 1 Square Supply Diffuser - 6 inch 7 Square Supply Diffuser - 12 inch 10 Square Supply Diffuser - 12 2 inch1 Grand total: 20

6 UC

UC (2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

6 3

10' - 0"

C1

3

C1

6

6

6

6

3

6 P

6 P

6

6

3

REF.

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

6

CM/SM

B1

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

B1

Circuit Number

Comments

Lighting Fixture Schedule ITEM COMBO DETECTOR_CARBON MONOXIDE AND SMOKE Downlight - Recessed Can1 Downlight_W_VENT HVL_HEAT VENT LIGHT HVL_HEAT VENT LIGHT1 VANITY LIGHT_3 LIGHT Grand total: 84

3

6

6

6

UC

6

Count

Count

Comments

7 67 3 3 1 3

P 6

6

6

3

C1 (2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

6

9' - 0"

6

CEILING LEGEND

WALL OVEN

MIC. UC

3

6

6

LIGHTING DOWNLIGHT - RECESSED CAN

10' - 0"

B1

END OF BEAM BEARING AT EXTERIOR WALL BELOW

FRZ.

6

6

HVL

6

DOWNLIGHT W/ EXHAUST

6

10' - 0"

B8

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C. (2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

RECESSED - DIRECTIONAL SURFACE MOUNT

9' - 0"

3

3

6

9' - 0"

CM/SM

6

PENDANT MOUNT

6

3 3

CM/SM CM/SM

6

6

SLOPED

B5

10' - 0" 6

P

3

SECURITY LIGHT

CM/SM

COMBO DETECTOR

3

10 FT (A.F.F.) 10' - 0"

10 FT (A.F.F.) 10' - 0"

3

B2

HVL (HEAT / VENT / LIGHT)

SMOKE DETECTOR

WALL MOUNT LIGHT

6 6

BEAMS

JOISTS / RAFTERS

3

COLUMNS

6

HVAC

6

SUPPLY DIFFUSER CEILING MOUNT (6 OR 12)

RETURN REGISTER CM/SM

6 6

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCHEMATIC DESIGN

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

3 (2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

A105

6

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCHEMATIC DESIGN

3

9' - 0"

3 6

3 6

6

9' - 0" 6

9' - 0"

6

FRAMING PLAN

3

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

3 HVL

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

6

NEW RESIDENCE

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

6

NEW RESIDENCE 3

HVL

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

9' - 0"

3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA

3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA 6

6 6 CM/SM

"

B3

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B3

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1-a   3 Elevation 1/4" = 1'-0"

8/6/2020 2:54:05 PM

A105

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

2 VIEW FROM ROAD (A)

2' - 8 1/4" 6

3' - 0 1/2"

B4

B8

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-4

6

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PROJECT NUMBER:

DATE:

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

DATE: 8/6/2020 2:54:09 PM

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0'

0'

B3

FRAMING PLAN

6

6

0' - 6"

B3

DATE: 8/6/2020 2:54:05 PM

CEILING FAN W/ LIGHT KIT

3

SLOPED 9' - 0"

FRAMING LEGEND

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

FRAMING SYMBOLS

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

D

6

(2 X 6) RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

CEILING FAN

9' - 0"

6

8/6/2020 2:54:09 PM

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

A106

FRAMING PLAN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SHEET 1 VIEW FROM ROAD

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SHEET

FINISH FLOOR 0' - 0"

- TOWARDS BACKYARD   1 KITCHEN 1/2" = 1'-0" 9 FT (A.F.F.) 9' - 0"

FINISH FLOOR 0' - 0"

- TOWARDS LIVING   2 ISLAND 1/2" = 1'-0"

- TOWARDS PANTRY   3 ISLAND 1/2" = 1'-0"

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCHEMATIC DESIGN

9 FT (A.F.F.) 9' - 0"

9 FT (A.F.F.) 9' - 0"

3D VIEWS NEW RESIDENCE

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON 6' - 5"

6' - 5"

1' - 5"

2' - 10 1/4"

1' - 5"

1' - 5"

FINISH FLOOR 0' - 0"

RM - TOWARDS PORCH   6 MUD 1/2" = 1'-0"

FINISH FLOOR 0' - 0"

RM - TOWARDS WINDOW   7 MUD 1/2" = 1'-0"

FINISH FLOOR 0' - 0"

RM -david@dbarchitectureofacadiana.com TOWARDS GARAGE  WEBSITE: www.dbarchitectureofacadiana.com BAT TEL: 337.205.3235 EMAIL: 8 MUD 10 PL 1/2" = 1'-0" ADDRESS: 233 Doucet Rd, Suite A2, Lafayette, Louisiana, 70503 1/2" = 1'-0" #

3 VIEW FROM BACKYARD (A)

BY

INTERIOR REVISION ELEVATIONS OF MUD ROOM

DATE

PROJECT NUMBER:

DATE:

4 VIEW FROM BACKYARD

8/6/2020 2:54:57 PM

WEST ELEVATION

A900

18' (A.F.F.) 18' - 0"

Asphalt Shingles

TOP OF ROOF ALIGNMENT 15' - 8 1/4"

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Level 16 13' - 9 1/4"

2020 2:54:45 PM

DATE: 8/6/2020 2:54:57 PM

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6' - 5"

3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA

Concrete Board Siding


GENERAL NOTES ROOFING METALS:

NOTE: 1. DIMENSIONS HERE ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

1.

ALL METAL EDGING AND VALLEY FLASHING SHALL BE STL CONFORMING TO SHAPES AS NEEDED COLOR SELECTED BY OWNER.

THERMAL & MOISTURE PROTECTION: 1. 2. 12' - 6 1/2"

60' - 8"

22' - 0"

3. 4. 5. 10' - 4"

8' - 0 1/8"

14' - 1 3/8"

20' - 9 1/2"

14' - 1 3/8"

27' - 10 1/4"

6. 7.

1' - 4"

8.

PROVIDE ICE & WATERSHIELD @ ALL VALLEYS & RIDGES. PROVIDE 30# FELT OR SYNTHETIC EQUIVALENT INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURER STANDARDS PROVIDE SELF-SEALING, LAMINATED HEAVYWEIGHT, ASPHALT FIBERGLASS ARCHITECTURAL SHINGLES. USING GALVANIZED ROOFING NAILS. INSTALL ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. PROVIDE 'TYVEK' OR EQUAL INFILTRATION BARRIER AT ALL EXTERIOR WALLS. STAPLE DIRECTLY TO EXTERIOR WALL SHEATHING - TAPE ALL JOINTS. ALL SEALANTS SHALL BE HIGH QUALITY RUBBERIZED LATEX OR ELASTOMERIC SEALANTS WHICH WILL REMAIN PLIABLE FOR 10 YEARS MIN. APPLY ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. PROVIDE ATTIC RIDGE VENTS AS REQUIRED (IF REQUIRED). ALL CLIPS, HURRICANETTES, AND OTHER STEEL STRUCT COMPONENTS SHALL BE INSTALLED PER MFG DIRECTIONS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INSTALLING ALL MAILS & FASTENERS AT ALL OPEN NAIL OR BOLT HOLES. PROVIDE PAPER FACED BATT INSULATION IN WALLS & NON FACED OR LOOSE FILL IN ATTIC

3:12

5' - 10 1/4"

OH

Asphalt Shingles CLG JOIST @ 16" O.C., REF FRAMING PLAN FOR SIZE

INSTALL BAFFLES TO ENSURE AIR FLOW

HURRICANE TIE DOWNS @ EVERY RAFTER AND/OR TRUSS

PE SLOPE

N OF PLA R RO

SPRAY FOAM ROOF DECK

DBL TOP PLATE 2X6 RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

1' - 9 1/2"

5/8" CDX PLYWD DECKING

25' - 9"

6:12

14' - 1 3/8"

MATCH EXISTING SHINGLE

0' - 10 1/2"

EQUIVALENT 30# SYNTHETIC UNDERLAYMENT DRIP EDGE

OH

ELEVATION PER SLOPE & OH OH PER ROOF PLAN

6" K-STYLE GUTTER

TO FACE OF BRICK

OH

1X6 HARDIE TRIM FASCIA VENTED HARDIE SOFFIT BD

BUILT-UP FRIEZE w/ 1X4 HARDIE TRIM & 1 1/2" HARDIE STARTER STRIP

3:12

6:12

6:12

3:12

BRICK VENEER w/ BRICK TIES @ EVERY 16" HORIZONTALLY & EVERY 24" VERTICALLY TYVEK MOISTURE BARRIER; TAPE EVERY JT

RIDGE

7/16" OSB SHEATHING FIBERGLASS INSULATION BAT

ASPHALT SHINGLES

2

Sim

3

VA LL EY

6' - 11 7/8"

4:12

9' - 2 1/8" 0' - 8"

2' - 0"

4:12

OH 1' - 4"

ROOF PLAN OH

NEW RESIDENCE

OH

VAL LE Y

CASSIDY & DWAYNE DICKINSON

2

METAL STANDING SEAM

A104

Sim

2

Sim

3835 OAKLAND RD., NEW ROADS, LA

A104 11' - 10 1/2"

ASPHALT SHINGLES

RIDGE

1' - 4"

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCHEMATIC DESIGN

A104

7:12

OH

EAVE @ SIDING SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

9' - 10"

7:12 2:12 1' - 4"

5' - 4 1/2"

Sim

2

1' - 9 1/2"

Sim

2

2

0' - 1 1/2"

A104

1' - 9 1/2"

0' - 10 1/2"

2

Sim

ASPHALT SHINGLES

A104 1' - 4"

5' - 9"

EXT WALL FIN; REF ELEV TYVEK MOISTURE BARRIER; TAPE EVERY JT

7/16" OSB SHEATHING

Sim

A104

A104

TO STUD

BUILT-UP FRIEZE w/ 1X4 HARDIE TRIM & 1 1/2" HARDIE STARTER STRIP

INTERIOR WALL FIN

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OH

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2

8' - 0"

22' - 0 1/2"

ROOF PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

8' - 1"

8' - 1"

BY

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PROJECT NUMBER:

Sim DATE:

A104 DATE: 8/6/2020 2:54:04 PM

VENTED HARDIE SOFFIT BD

Sim

Sim

SPRAY FOAM ROOF DECK

OH PER ROOF PLAN

FIBERGLASS INSULATION BAT

OH

2

A104

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ELEVATION PER SLOPE & OH

6" K-STYLE GUTTER

0' - 10 1/2"

2

1' - 4"

INSTALL BAFFLES TO ENSURE AIR FLOW

A104

2

DBL TOP PLATE

3:12

RIDGE

RIDGE

OH

5/8" CDX PLYWD DECKING MATCH EXISTING SHINGLES

1X6 HARDIE TRIM FASCIA

0' - 8"

OH

BEAM

Sim

PLAN

EQUIVALENT 30# SYNTHETIC UNDERLAYMENT

RIDGE 7:12

2

Sim

R ROOF

8:12

LLE Y

7:12

PE SLOPE

DRIP EDGE

VA

VA 3:12

VAL LEY

EY LL

7:12

8:12

LEY VAL

Y LLE VA

VA

VA

0' - 10 1/2"

20' - 8"

2 A104

3:12

RIDGE

LLE Y

VA LL EY

1' - 4"

VA

EY LL

OH

VA

VA

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CONCEPT - JULIA

TEACHING

LEARNING

KITCHEN

Plant It Forward Houston, TX

CONCEPT: UNDERSTANDING THAT THIS SPACE CAN BE USED AS A CONHESIVE SYSTEM FOR LEARNING

Urban Community Farm

Summer 2019 Intern Project - Stantec

Team Members: David Allen (Designer), Emily Leung (Electrical Engineer), and Julia Hiatt (Interior Designer) - All Interns

Plant it forward (PIF) is a non-profit organization based in Houston, TX that economically assists refugees with agricultural skills in the area. PIF gives refugees a place where they can grow and harvest their own produce to sell for personal economic growth. PIF is a sustainable urban farm in Houston, and plays a vital role in Houstonians health and wellness. The Plant It Forward organization offers a familiar environment in a foreign country to individuals to allow them to be prosperous in ways they never could before, while evoking feelings accomplishment, security , and peace. This project focuses on designing a new facility for PIF on 40 acres of newly acquired land. This projects success is a result of valuable feedback from current refugee farmers, PIF board members and employees, and Stantec intern coordinators. Main Building Program: Classroom, Cold Storage (3), Kitchen, Prep Room, Workshare Space, Lobby, Meeting/ Lounge, Office (2), Back Entry, Lockers, Private Restroom (2), Public Restroom, Exterior Storage Space, MEP, and IT Room

CONCEPT DRAWING - DAVID

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CONCEPT - DAVID

CONCEPT: EVENT BARN AND ESSENTIAL PROGRAMMATIC SPACES IN THE MAIN BUILDING SHARE CLOSE RELATIONSHIP

CONCEPT: CLASSROOM, PREP ROOM, AND KITCHEN WORK AS ONE

CONCEPT: TEMPORARY GUARDRAIL ALLOWS FOR FARMER’S MARKET DRIVE UP AND PORCH ACCESS

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1. SERVICE ENTRY 2. DETENTION POD 3. PACKING STATIONS 4. GRAZING 5. SHELTER STORAGE 6. PRIMARY ENTRY 7. EVENT BARN/LAWN 8. GREEN HOUSES 9. TINY HOMES 10. PARKING 11. MAIN BUILDING 12. COMPOST DROP-OFF 13. STAGING AREA 14. COMPOST 15. FARM

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MASTER SITE PLAN DAVID

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“Be sensitive to what you’re designing, everything must have reason.”

Manuel Navorro, IIDA

“The difference between a person with a GED and a PhD is not knowledge, it is oppurtunity.” Michael Bienvenu, Ph.D, JD


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thank you


contact information

DAVID ALLEN

djallen4321@gmail.com (337)-351-8101 https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-allen-5328721a4/ @official_davidallen https://www.officialdavidallen.com/


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