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TABLE OF CONTENT ARCHITECTURE

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CURRICULUM

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MIRAMAR PLACE

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HOMELESS SHELTER

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LAKE VIEW

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RIO PIEDRAS CENTER

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HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGENEERING RECORD

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GELABERT & NAVIA

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HISTORIC AMERICAN BUILDING SURVEY

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THE DOMES

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THE HONEYCOMB

STUDIES & EXPERIENCE

ART GALLERY, 2012

MIDCAREER RESEARCH, 2014

ECOLOGICAL HOUSING, 2015

COLECTIVE HOUSING, 2015

OFFICE BUILDING, 2016

BUILDING REHABILITATION, 2017

INTERNSHIP, 2017

INTERNSHIP, 2016

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, 2017

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01 CURRICULUM ARCHITECTURE

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I define myself as a young woman of leadership, responsibility and commitment. In general, I consider myself a designer. I studied architecture, although throughout my training I have been also interested in other aspects, such as graphic design, interior design and industrial design. Because of this I would like to learn in different fields, to maximize my knowledge and obtain a position where I can grow professionally in the design industry, gain experience and find opportunities where I can achieve my goals. I am bilingual and with good communication skills in Spanish and English. I assure I would be an excellent addition to any environment and hope to contribute with my multiple capacities to the tasks and complete them successfully. This portfolio is a compilation of my works made during the college period of the last six years. Here you will find architecture projects, research, and product design.

EDUCATION • LCI Barcelona, Felicidad Duce, Balmes, Barcelona, Spain. Master In Design, 2017-2018. Wi. 2018: Premiere Vision Fair Paris, France. • Polytechnic University Of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Bachelor In Architecture, 2011-2017. Sp. 2015: Escuela Técnica Superior Arquitectura Madrid. • Academia Espiritu Santo, Levittown, Toa Baja, Puerto Rico. High School Diploma, 2009-2011. 4

• Grace Hoadley Dodge High School, The Bronx, New York. Vocational School, 2008-2009.

CONTACT

1-787-321-3774 San Juan, Puerto Rico OnairisNathalie@Gmail.Com Issuu.Com/OnairisNathalie.Com LinkedIn.Com/InOnairisNathalie

AFFILIATIONS • AIAS, American Institute Of Architecture Students: Polytechnic University Of Puerto Rico Chapter. President / Public Relations Director • ARCOOP, Youth Group La Tierruca: Cooperativa Abraham Rosa • DOCOMOMO Puerto Rico: Organization for the Documentation And Conservation of the Modern Movement in Puerto Rico.


00 01 EXPERIENCE • Rolfs Elert Office, (REO) Port Chester, New York. Architecture & Interior Design Firm, June 2018. • Maritime Administration, (MARAD) Baltimore, MD. United States Department Of Transportation. September 2017 • Historic American Engineering Record, (HAER) Washington, DC. National Park Service, Department Of The Interior. May 2017 • American Institute Of Architecture Student, (AIAS) San Juan, PR. Polytechnic University Of Puerto Rico Chapter. August 2016. • Historic American Building Survey, (HABS) Washington, DC. National Park Service, Department Of The Interior. May 2016. • Escuela Técnica Superior De Arquitectura De Madrid, (ETSAM) Universidad Politécnica De Madrid, Spain. February 2015. • Pérez Mejía Construction Inc, San Juan, Puerto Rico Independent Contractor Services Company. January 2014 • Polytechnic University Of Puerto Rico, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico Dean Assistant, Architecture Department. February 2013

REFERENCES • Robert R. Arzola, HABS Architect and Holland Prize Coordinator Heritage Documentation Programs, Washington DC. Telephone: 202-354-2170 Email: Robert_Arzola@nps.gov • Todd Croteau, HAER Project Manager Heritage Documentation Program, Washington DC. Telephone: 420-221-6149 Email: Todd_Croteau@nps.gov • Jorge Rigau, FAIA. Jorge Rigau, FAIA, Arquitectos PSC. Hyde Park 855, Avenue Las Marías San Juan, Puerto Rico. Telephone: 787-982-0002 Email: Rigau@jorgerigau.com AWARDS & COMPETITIONS • 2016 • 2015 • 2015 • 2014 • 2013

DIGITAL ABILITIES •Autocad •Lumion •Arduino •Cyclone •Illustrator •Excel •Word •SketchUp •Archicad •Sketching •Artlantis •IMovie •Photoshop •InDesign •Photography •Revit •Parametric Design •Power Point •Laser Cutter •Social Profile Management • Laser Scanner • Adobe

AIAS, Recyclable Fashion Show ARQPOLI, Architectural Charette ARQPOLI, Christmas Ornament Contest ACSA, Design Steel Competition ARQPOLI, Christmas Ornament Contest RELEVANT ACADEMIC TRAINING

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Environmental & Mechanic Systems • Construction Documents Industrial Design • Materials & Methods • Electricity & Acoustics Business Management • Events & Communications • Sketching Visual Merchandansing • Illustration Techniques • Site Planning

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02 LAKE VIEW |

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The Lake View is an art gallery. This three story building has an access thought the principal street and another one thought the sidewalk. It has three different areas of expositions, interior and exterior. The building is next to a natural pool with a zone to rest and take the sun. It has doble heights and vertical louvers to control the sun exposition in the upper levels. The project was design in 2012 under the supervision of Professor Josue Rivera. !" #$

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03 GELABERT & NAVIA ARCHITECTURE

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During the 1960s, construction in Puerto Rico proliferated as a result of several events. The University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus opened in 1965 the first Architecture School in the country that was already beginning to bear fruit, preparing an emerging class of professionals. In addition, new tools allowed more accuracy and better representations. The Island experienced an evident economic progress and the environment was propitious for the development of architecture in the Island. Under this frame many Cuban architects would have to get to practice their profession in the country because of the Cuban migration after the defeat of General Fulgencio Batista and the triumph of Fidel Castro in 1959. Gelabert & Navia Architects represents one of several that were nourished of the many professionals who exerted after their arrival to Puerto Rico. These developed a wide variety of projects during the 60s and the first half of the 70s, located mostly in the metropolitan area of ​​the country.

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The examples still standing characterize, to a large extent, the current Puerto Rican urban condition. The amount of work that is still preserved by the architects is significant. However, both the authors and their works have been excluded from the current architectural debate on modernity in Puerto Rico. The architects José A. Gelabert and Rosa M. Navia designed more than eighty projects in Puerto Rico. Their works could be grouped according to the program they hosted: residential condominiums and hotels, businesses and industries, urbanizations, schools and buildings for the community. In general, the work of Gelaber-Navia shares some of the emblematic characteristics of Modernity, among them: the free floor, the articulation of the corner and the accentuation of verticality by “stripes” in a large part of their buildings. Gelabert and Navia contributed to the development of the city in Puerto Rico, designing a large number of structures according to the period in which they had to build. Buildings that today are part of the daily life of many and relevant pieces within the group of buildings that make up San Juan.

Their projects seem to focus on housing, considering that more than half of their work on the island was aimed at housing. They demonstrated to have total control of the properties that were presented to them, specifying successful projects. They are a couple that demonstrated fairness in the work that was presented to them, each one attending a primordial vertex of the work. The most emblematic projects of them should be part of the modern discourse of Puerto Rican architecture. After the completion of more than 80 projects around the island and reside for 15 years, in 1975 Gelabert and Navia migrated once again, this time to Venezuela. The reason attributed to the decline of the economy in Puerto Rico, specifically construction. Gelabert taught at the University of Venezuela, and both got their licenses and built for a period of 5 years. In 1980, they decided to go to the United States as had been their intention from the beginning. Today the architects reside in Miami and throughout their years they obtained the licenses of Washington and Florida, however the only one that is valid until the day of writing is the Puerto Rico one.


04 MIRAMAR PLACE ARCHITECTURE

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Miramar Place is an apartment complex located in Santurce, San Juan , Puerto Rico. This building have commerce in the first level, a training area, a two level restaurant, a bar and a travel agency. It has four towers and the connection between them is through bridges.


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This complex has studios of one room and apartments of two and three rooms. The building has two pedestrian entrances, one in each street and a parking lot for the residences and users of the locals. The project was design in 2015 under the supervision of Professor Josue Rivera.

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05 THE DOMES ARCHITECTURE

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This project was design during a student exchange in Madrid, Spain (ETSAM). It consists of a community that uses the materials provide to make domes for housing, and convert the actual structures in commerce, orchards and gardens obtaining a self sustainable village.


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The community recycles everything available, collects the water and moves it through the place for reuse. The project was design in 2015 in collaboration with Alba Sánchez Álvarez and under the supervision of Professors Eva Gil, Federico Soriano & Pedro Urzais in “Atlas: Emulations Of The Informal IV”.


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Rio Piedras Center is an office building in the heart of the city. The building has a big parking lot for the employees and users since the city doesn’t consider the occupation of car around the area. The project consist in two towers looking to the historic center of Rio Piedras.


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This seven story building has access thought an intersection to the interior central plaza of the project. It has a restaurant and two platforms with pergolas for recreation in the first floor. The project also includes a theater in the second floor and double height in its waiting area.


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The perforated walls on facades are to control the sun exposition. The project has a private exterior space for the employees in the third floor, on top of the theater from where you can see the city. The project was design in 2016 under the supervision of Professor Enrique Abruna.


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The Heritage Documentation Programs administers Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS), the Federal government’s oldest preservation program, and companion programs Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), and Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS). Documentation produced through the programs and housed in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress, constitutes the nation’s largest archive of historic architectural, engineering and landscape documentation. The HABS, HAER, and HALS documentation, consisting of measured and interpretive drawings, large-format photographs, and historical reports, is developed by a combination of career National Park Service (NPS) staff, students and professionals through sponsor funded projects, and donations to the collection. HABS, HAER and HALS work in cooperation with groups in both the public and private sectors to help underpin preservation efforts, including rehabilitation, community development, advocacy, and historical interpretation.

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In the summer of 2016 I participate with my fellows architecture interns Diana Serrano, Janirat Williams and Caleb Sloan in the program. That year the team documented in New York the Contagious Desease Hospital, Isolation Ward I. We were under the supervision of Architects Robert Arzola, Paul Davison & Daniel De Sousa. Opened on June 20, 1911, Isolation Ward I was one of three detached isolation wards build as part of the Contagious Disease Hospital complex of the Ellis Island U.S. Immigration Station. Independent and distinct from the Contagious Disease Hospital’s, three isolation wards were design to provide receiving, discharging, and hospital facilities for immigrants suffering from serious contagious diseases and their combinations such as scarlet fever and diphtheria. Calling for a greater degree of isolation, these three wards were locates on the far northeast end of Island 3 and where originally free standings. In 1914, however, Isolation I & K has their exterior walkways raised, covered, enclosed, and connected to the hospital’s main corridor.

Design by Jame Knox Taylor, the Supervising Architect of the Treasury, Isolation Ward I containes two ward units on either side of the building’s party wall. Each ward unit contained its own discharging rooms, linen closets, and a kitchen on the first floor and bedrooms, a bedroom and sitting/dinning room on the second floor for USPHS nurses. Isolation Ward I’s exterior was executed in the same Georgian Revival mode as the rest of the Island 3 hospital: red tile roof, pebble and dash stucco wall treatment complemented the style and monumentality of the Island 2 general hospital while detailing and lower scale made it visually distinct. During their forty-three years of occupation, the isolation wards proved to be flexible spaces responding to the various needs of patients and staff. Isolation I remained relatively less altered than the other two, but it too has walls removed, tile added, and other modifications that affected its appearance and use over the years. The Ellis Island U.S. Immigration Satation ceased operation on November 12, 1954 and the complex has remained unoccupied.


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08 THE HONEYCOMB ARCHITECTURE

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This industrial design project consist of a block that can have different uses, bookshelf, space divider, frames or facade. It is inspired, as name refers, in a honeycomb. The object was design in 2017 under supervision of Professor Eddy Figueroa.


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09 HOMELESS SHELTER ARCHITECTURE

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The population of homeless people has increased by almost 40% in Puerto Rico in the last two years. This due to different causes, the use of controlled substances, the lack of accessibility to treat mental and health conditions, the recent migration out of the country, the elimination of federal public assistance, school dropouts, divorces, the abandonment of the elderly, the difficult reintegration of former inmates and the lack of resources to afford housing due to the huge economic crisis. The homeless experience a series of problems related to negative social stigma and rejection of the community. These people are in the streets vulnerable to inadequate conditions or innumerable health complications, decreasing their quality of life and requiring urgent services. The state has failed on multiple occasions creating supporting areas, which eventually fall apart due to the little sustenance they receive. That is where non-profit entities, most of them affiliated with a religious organization, are the ones that take the initiative to help.

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However, the help these centers offer is temporary, they have a predilection for certain groups, often they do not have enough funds and their infrastructure does not encourage the reintegration of the homeless, on the contrary, it marginalizes them. The assistance of these entities transforms misery into a dependency, fostering a symbiotic relationship with the church.

The intention is create a help center with capacity to accommodate a large number of homeless people in a save place, concentrate aid next to it, have self-sustainable spaces, and architecture that encourages their intentions of rehabilitation, offer temporary housing, prenticeships, work and tools for their social reintegration to all groups of homeless.

As a result of ambulation there has been a segregation between marginalized groups and the community. The abuse is one of the most unpleasant situations; the need and misery take over the environment and gradually affects us all. The largest number of homeless people is in the metropolitan area of ​​the country (51%), between Hato Rey, Río Piedras and Santurce. Just as the homeless are in the shadow of wealthy people, the abandoned or disused buildings in prosperous areas could be seen as the best analogy. For this reason I propose to use disused buildings around the city to serve as shelters or centers that provide services to the homeless.

The project has a principal exterior plaza for the use of the homeless and a service building. In the first level you will find the hospital, and a security area. On the second floor there will be services offices and rehabilitation programs. The third floor is a more private area, here will be rooms for the homeless who are in the process of reintegration, with recreation areas and playing rooms. In this level are also the class rooms to give workshops and classes that can help them to be independent. The project was design in 2017 under the supervision of Professor Carlos Betancourt.


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The Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) was established in 1969 by the National Park Service, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Library of Congress to document historic sites and structures related to engineering and industry. This agreement was later ratified by four other engineering societies: the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers. Appropriate subjects for documentation are individual sites or objects, such as a bridge, ship, or steel works; or larger systems, like railroads, canals, electronic generation and transmission networks, parkways and roads. From its inception, HAER focused less on the building fabric and more on the machinery and processes within, although structures of distinctly industrial character continue to be recorded. In recent years, maritime documentation has become an important program focus and they have associate with the Maritime Administration, (MARAD).

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In the summer of 2017 I participate with my fellows architecture intern Cristina Montenegro and Diana Serrano in the program. That year the team documented varios ships, the main engine of the Nuclear Ship Savannah, Gas Turbine Admiral William M. Callaghan and Steamship Cape Inscription. We worked under the supervision of Todd Croteau. N.S. Savannah was the first nuclear powered merchant ship. Built in the late 1950s at a cost of $46.9 million, including a $28.3 million nuclear reactor and fuel core, funded by United States government agencies, Savannah was a demonstration project for the potential use of nuclear energy. Launched on July 21, 1959, and named after SS Savannah, the first steamship to cross the Atlantic ocean, she was in service between 1962 and 1972 as one of only four nuclear-powered cargo ships ever built. Savannah was deactivated in 1971 and after several moves has been moored at Pier 13 of the Canton Marine Terminal in Baltimore, Maryland, since 2008.

The GTS Admiral W. M. Callaghan, was first constructed to be used in an industrial capacity but later optioned by Military Sealift Command to be used in logistical work throughout the fleet to deal with the changing needs of the military. The ship was delivered in 1967 and was used for transport responsibilities during the Vietnam War. It has been used in a variety of different services in its history since it was initially launched, including the War on Terror in both Iraq and Afghanistan. The SS Cape Inscription was originally launched in 1975 as the SS Maine. The States SS company took the first contract in 1976 and it operated until 1979, when it was purchased by Whitney National Bank. Later on 1987 the ship was reacquired from its commercial roles and brought back under military control under the Maritime Administration and renamed the SS Cape Inscription. Since then it has been kept in ready reserve status and used occasionally for heavy lifting operations to European theaters to have the equipment air-lifted to active engagements.


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J2

m

b b

J2

m

J1 J1 l l

q q

KK

J1 J1

l l

q q

K K Line Sha6 Line Sha6

Reduc1on Gear Reduc1on Gear

l l

n n Line Sha6 Line Sha6

Reduc1on Gear

l l

Reduc1on Gear

n

n

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Section "C-C" Section "C-C" AFT AFT 1 2 2 3and 4 5 FEET 5Pressure 3 4 Low FEET 0 0 1 Gear Reduction Turbine SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0" SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0" CENTIMETERS 0 0 "C-C" 50 50 Low 100 100 150 150 CENTIMETERS Section Reduction Gear and Pressure Turbine AFT Section "C-C"

Reduction Gear Reduction Gear REDUCTION GEAR Section "B-B" Section "B-B" AFT FORWARDAFT FORWARD Reduction Gear Section Reduction Gear"B-B" AFT FORWARD Section "B-B"

n n & LOW PREASSURE TURBINE, SECTION “B-B”

FORWAR FORWARD n n

FORW


LIB

DC-64

HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD SHEET

FORWARD Low Pressure Turbine

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA xxOFxx

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steam outline

Low Pressure High Speed Pinion Low Pressure First Reduction Gear

Jacking Gear Electric Motor Jacking Gear

Addendum To: Nuclear Ship SAVANNAH VARIOUS PORT, OPERATED BY THE U.S. MARITIME ADMINISTRATION

throttle valves

port High Pressure Turbine

Low Pressure Low Speed Pinion

High Pressure High Speed Pinion thrust bearing housing starboard

3 FEET 3

3 1 30째

77

1 30째

SCALE 3/4" = 1'- 0"

AFT 100

30째

30째

50

50 100

WASHINGTON HAER MARITIME RECORDING PROGRAM NATIONAL PARK SERVICE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Auxiliary Propulsion Motor Main Reduction gear

D BY: Cristina Montenegro, Onairis Perez and Diana Serrano 2017

Line shaft


(T-AKR-1001)

ROLL ON/ROLL OFF VEHICLE CARG PROJECT: GAS TURBINE SHIP ADMIRAL WILLIAM M. CALLAGHAN

10

NAV. BRIDGE DECK

LOWER NAV. BRIDGE DECK

BRIDGE DECK

LOWER NAV. BRIDGE DECK

BRIDGE DECK

CABIN DECK

UPPER DECK

ADMIRAL WILLIAM M. CALLAGHAN ADMIRAL WILLIAM M. CALLAGHAN

DECK P ROLL ON/ROLL OFF VEHICLE CARGO DECK P

T-AKR-1001)

T-AKR-1001)

NAV. BRIDGE DECK

ROLL ON/ROLL OFF VEHICLE CARGO

CABIN DECK

UPPER DECK MAIN DECK OVER

EXTRA BOSUN STORES

MACHINERY CASING

MAIN DECK OVER

closed chock

No.6 F.W.T HATCH

DRIVEWAY

No.4 F.W.T HATCH

No.3B F.W.T HATCH

n 15 to

m ) boo

MACHINERY CASING

No.3A F.W.T HATCH

No.2 F.W.T HATCH

25 ton (74’-0"

owed

p/s-st

) boo m

(60’-0" 15 ton

(60’0") boom p/s-st

-0")

boom

m ") boo

p/s-st

owed

ed

stow

EXTRA BOSUN STORES

owed

p/s-st

(60’-0

owed

PLATFORM DECK PLATFORM DECK MAIN DECK

15 ton

15 ton (60’-0

p/s-

") boo m p/s -st

owed

0’ n (6

15

No.1 F.W.T HATCH

to

ACCOMODATION LADDER

PLATFORM DECK OVER

MACHINERY CASING MACHINERY CASING STERN DRIVEWAY closed chock

No.6 F.W.T HATCH

DRIVEWAY

No.6 F.W.T HATCH

DRIVEWAY

RAMP DN

RAMP UP

No.3B F.W.T HATCH

No.4 F.W.T HATCH No.4 F.W.T HATCH

n 15 to (60’0")

STERN DRIVEWAY

No.5 UPPER TWEEN

m ) boo

No.6 F.W.T HATCH

ed

boom

stow

boom

DRIVEWAY

RAMP UP

No.4 UPPER TWEEN

RAMP DN

25 ton (74’-0" )

owed

p/s-st

(60’-0" 15 ton

No.1 UPPER TWEEN No.1 F.W.T HATCH

No.2 F.W.T HATCH

p/s-st

RAMP DN

owed

m ") boo

No.2 UPPER TWEEN

15 ton

No.3 UPPER TWEEN

No.3B F.W.T HATCH

No.4 F.W.T HATCH

boom

No.3A F.W.T HATCH

p/s-

to

PLATFORM DECK OVER

RAMP UP

No.2 F.W.T HATCH 15 ton (60’-0 ") boo m p/s -stowe d

owed

p/s-st

(60’-0

No.1 UPPER TWEEN

MACHINERY CASING ACCOMODATION LADDER

ed

ow p/s-st

-0")

0’ n (6

15

No.4 UPPER TWEEN

No.3A F.W.T HATCH

RAMP UP

MACHINERY CASING No.6 UPPER TWEEN

No.2 F.W.T HATCH

No.3A F.W.T HATCH

No.3B F.W.T HATCH RAMP DN

MACHINERY CASING MACHINERY CASING

No.2 UPPER TWEEN No.6 UPPER TWEEN

No.5 UPPER TWEEN

No.4 UPPER TWEEN

No.4 UPPER TWEEN

No.3 UPPER TWEEN

SECOND DECK MAIN DECK SECOND DECK RAMP Drawings are based on original government drawings located in the Watercraft Collection at the Smithsonian Institution. The drawings were not verified in the field.

STERN LOWER TWEEN PORTSIDE

No.4 F.W.T HATCH

DRIVEWAY

DEEP TANK

RAMP DN

RAMP DN

No.6 F.W.T HATCH STERN LOWER TWEEN PORTSIDE

No.3B F.W.T HATCH RAMP DN

RAMP

No.3A F.W.T HATCH

No.2 F.W.T HATCH

DEEP TANK

CAIN LOCKER

FORK TANK

DEEP TANK

CAIN LOCKER

FORK TANK

RAMP DN DEEP TANK

STERN LOWER TWEEN STARBOARD

No.5 LOWER TWEEN

No.6 LOWER TWEEN No.6 F.W.T HATCH

No.4 LOWER TWEEN No.3B F.W.T HATCH RAMP DN

No.2 LOWER TWEEN

No.3 LOWER TWEEN

No.4 F.W.T HATCH

DRIVEWAY

DEEP TANK

RAMP DN

RAMP DN

No.3A F.W.T HATCH

No.2 F.W.T HATCH

RAMP DN DEEP TANK

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STERN LOWER TWEEN STARBOARD

No.6 LOWER TWEEN

No.5 LOWER TWEEN

No.4 LOWER TWEEN

No.3 LOWER TWEEN

No.2 LOWER TWEEN

Drawings are based on original government drawings located in the Watercraft Collection at the Smithsonian Institution. The drawings were not verified in the field.

THIRD DECK

VARIOUS DECKS

THIRD DECK


STERN DRIVEWAY

AUXILIARY MACHINERY

No.2 UPPER TWEEN

No.3 LOWER TWEEN

No.2 LOWER TWEEN

No.3 UPPER HOLD

No.2 UPPER HOLD

STORES

No.4 UPPER TWEEN

PORTABLE WATER TANK

No.6 LOWER TWEEN

No.3 UPPER TWEEN

SECOND DECK

DRIVEWAY

No.6 UPPER TWEEN

STEERING GEAR

THIRD DECK

No.4 LOWER TWEEN

DEEP TANK

DEEP TANK

No.4 UPPER HOLD

MACHINERY SPACE

FORE DEAK S.W

No.2 HOLD

No.3 HOLD

No.4 HOLD

FOURTH DECK

TANK TOP

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STARBOARD SECTION

ADM. WM M CALLAGHAN

ADM. WM M CALLAGHAN

DMIRAL WILLIAM M. CALLAGHAN

SECTIONS AND ELEVATIO ELEVATION ELEVATION ROLL ON/ROLLSTARBOARD OFFSTARBOARD VEHICLE CARGO SH

KR-1001)

120 ton

15 ton (60’-0") boom p/s-stowed

65

’0

"

HOUSE TOP

" 60’0

" ’0

15 ton

15 ton

15 ton

25 ton

67

60’

0"

’0"

90’0

"

74

0"

LOW NAVEGATION BRIDGE DECK

’0"

90

60’

NAVEGATION BRIDGE DECK

15 ton

25ton

BOAT DECK

CABIN DECK WINCH PLATFORM

WINCH PLATFORM UPPER DECK

MAIN DECK

DRIVEWAY

BOSUN STORES

No.1 UPPER TWEEN

STERN DRIVEWAY

No.3 UPPER TWEEN

No.2 UPPER TWEEN

PLATFORM DECK BOSUN STORES SECOND DECK

DRIVEWAY

No.6 UPPER TWEEN

No.4 UPPER TWEEN

Drawings are based on original government drawings located in the Watercraft Collection at the Smithsonian Institution. The drawings were not verified in the field. STEERING GEAR

PORTABLE WATER TANK

No.6 LOWER TWEEN

AUXILIARY MACHINERY

MACHINERY SPACE

No.3 LOWER TWEEN

No.2 LOWER TWEEN

No.3 UPPER HOLD

No.2 UPPER HOLD

THIRD DECK

No.4 LOWER TWEEN

No.4 UPPER HOLD

No.4 HOLD

No.3 HOLD

No.2 HOLD

DEEP TANK

DEEP TANK

FORE DEAK S.W

FOURTH DECK

TANK TOP

STARBOARD SECTION SECTION STARBOARD

ADM. WM M CALLAGHAN

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DEC

ROLL ON/ROLL OFF VEHICLE CARGO SHIP PROJECT: STEAMSHIP CAPE INSCRIPTION

T/S T/S

IC ROOM

CHIEF RADIO MATE ROOM

T/S

CHART ROOM WHEEL HOUSE

T/S CHIEF MATE 3RD OFFICE MATE T/S

house top

CHIEF MATE RADIO OPER.T/S

05 level

2ND FAN CADET MATE ROOM T/S T/S

LKR. IC ROOM CADET

T/S

3RD RADIO MATE ROOM

3RD MATE

RELIEF MASTER OFFICE MATE DAYROOM PURSER T/S

T/S PURSER MASTER OFFICE

LKR. LKR. 2ND MATE

T/S T/Smachy casing

LKR.

RADIO OPER.

machy casing

LINNEN LKR. LKR.

rel’f engr.

T/S T/S

chief engr. office day room

ab

ab

T/S 3rd asst. engr.

ab

1ST ASST. ENGR. OFFICE OFFICER’S LOUNGE

machy casing 2ND

T/S T/S

SLOP CH & bond’d store

T/S 1ST 3RDASST. ENGR. ASST. OFFICE ENG.

CADET

2ND

officer asst. laundry rel’f engr. engr. T/S T/S

c.g. lk. rel’f engr.

T/S T/SmachyT/S T/S casing fan officer room laundry

chief engr. officespare day room T/S

OFFICER’S LOUNGE

04 level LKR. LKR.

ab

T/S T/S 3rd treat asst. room engr.

ab ab

c.g. lk.

T/S ab

ab

ab

T/S

wiper

ab

spare

T/S

crew spare laundry

T/S

spare

machy casing

crew lounge

T/S crew laundry

T/S

bosun T/S

T/S machy casing elect.

crew lounge

crew laundry

T/S wiper

T/S T/S

RM.

unlic unlic engr. engr. unlic engr.

GARB. SOILED RM. LINEN

spare unlic engr.

T/S

elect.

MESSMN. DK. T LK. C.G T/S

MEAT & FROZEN FRUIT FD. & VEG.

O.S

STWD/COOK T/S DK. T LK. T/S C.G 2ND O.S COOK MESSMN.

machy casing T/S

MESSMN.

O.S

OFFICERS MESSMN. MESS

STWD/COOK T/S

MESSMN.

T/S MESSMN. T/S 2ND COOK

DRY STORES

T/S

T/S bosun

GALLEY

T/S

DK. LK.

T/S OFFICERS T/S MESS2ND COOK

FRUIT T/S T/S & SERV. VEG. CR. AREA MESSMN. MESSMN. MESSMN. PANT. machy GALLEY casing

MEAT MESSMN. & FROZEN FD.

CLEAN LINEN

unlic engr.

02 level

SERV. AREA

01 level ENGR. MESS. DRY STORES

T/S

ab

ab

ENGR. SOILED MESS. LINEN DECKS CLEAN & STWD. LINEN MESS GARB.

wiper unlic engr.

T/S unlic engr.

T/S

MEAT CR. & PANT. FROZEN FD.

T C.G

STWD/COOK

DRY STORES

unlic spare engr. spare

OFFICERS MESS

machy casing

DECKS & STWD. MESS

T/S elect.

ab

GALLEY

FRUIT & VEG.

GARB. RM.

unlic engr. wiper

unlic T/Sengr.

T/S T/S

ab

wiper T/S

SERV. AREA

CR. PANT.

ENGR. MESS.

unlic engr.

T/S

treat room

DECKS & STWD. MESS

wiper

T/S

02 level

ab

T/S lkr

crew ab lounge

T/S

T/S

ab

03 level

ab T/S

bosun ab ab

spare chief engr.

T/S

SLOP CH & bond’d store

PURSER OFFICE

spare

T/S

T/S

ab ab

spare PURSER

spare

unlic engr.

T/S treat chief room engr.

T/S chief engr. office day T/S 3rd room asst. engr.

T/S T/S

SLOP CH & bond’d storemachy lkr c.g. casing fan officer lk. room laundry

MATE

ab

T/S

machy casing ab ab

T/S lkr

asst. engr.

ab

T/S

T/S

fan room CADET

ab

T/S

chief engr.

03 level

PURSER MASTER T/S T/S

T/S PURSER OFFICE 3RD

FAN ROOM

LKR.

asst. engr.

T/S

T/S OFFICER’S T/S LOUNGE 3RD ASST. ENG.

T/S RADIO ROOM

2ND

T/S T/S

MATE

E

E

05 level

CADET

T/S

T/S RELIEF MASTER OFFICE MATE DAYROOM T/S T/S LINNEN 3RD

FAN ROOM IC ROOM

T/S

house top

LINNEN

04 level

E

E

3RD ASST. ENG.

T/S

machy casing

T/S CHIEF RADIOMATE OFFICE OPER.

1ST ASST. ENGR. OFFICE

T/S

T/S

E

E

RELIEF MASTER OFFICE MATE DAYROOM T/S

MASTER

3RD MATE CHART ROOM WHEEL HOUSE

2ND MATE

T/S T/S

OF.PANT

CADET

CHIEF MATE

OF.PANT

10

CHIEF MATE OFFICE

OF.PANT

CHART ROOM WHEEL HOUSE

MESSMN.

01 level

spare

SOILED LINEN CLEAN LINEN

T/S

MESSMN.

T/S

MESSMN.

T/S

MESSMN. MESSMN.

down

house top

05 level emergency gen. room

04 level

fan room

ramp enclosure

03 level

02 level

42’-6"x24’-0 opening

01 level 26’-6"x24’-0 opening

carg. sewage treat off. plant 2010

fan room

dk. lk.

raised hatch

machy casing

lk.

down

e

e

raised hatch 42’-6"x24’-0 opening

emergency gen. room

fan room

ramp enclosure

carg. sewage treat off. plant 2010

down

dk. lk.

lk.

26’-6"x24’-0 opening fan room raised hatch

42’-6"x24’-0 opening

machy casing emergency gen. room

fan room

e

e

raised hatch

ramp enclosure

upper deck 26’-6"x24’-0 opening

carg. sewage treat off. plant 2010

fan room

dk. lk.

raised hatch

machy casing

lk.

raised hatch

e

e

upper deck ramp machinery space

upper deck

down up

bosun stores

ramp enclosure

deck mach. room

SS CAPE INSCRIPTION (T-AKR-5076) ramp machinery space d u

bosun stores

down

up

e

ROLL ON/ROLL OFF VEHICLE CARGO SHIP ramp enclosure up

deck mach. room

ramp machinery space

chain lkr.

ramp enclosure

machy casing

e

e

ramp enclosure

26’-6"x24’-0 opening chain lkr. 42’-6"x24’-0 opening fush cargohatch hold no.2

CARGO TRANSPORT MACH. SPARE & TOOLS (UNDER RAMP)

machy casing MACHINERY SPACE (UNDER RAMP)

e

HATCH OPNG

F.O. FILL STATION

MACHINERY SPACE E

DOWN

bosun o store

second deck HATCH OPNG

FLUSH HATCH

DIESEL OIL STORAGE

bosun o store

cargo hold no.2

STOWAGE AREA FOR CARGO TRANSPORT VEHICLE

E

deck mach. room.

fush hatch

e

e

80

second deck chain lkr.

ramp enclosure up

ramp enclosure up

deck mach. room.

fush hatch

26’-6"x24’-0 opening

d u

bosun o store

42’-6"x24’-0 opening fush hatch

up

e

d u

deck mach. room.

fush hatch cargo hold no.2

down

bosun stores

deck mach. room

26’-6"x24’-0 opening

e

machy casing

e

42’-6"x24’-0 opening fush hatch

CARGO HOLD NO.2

CARGO HOLD NO.1

CHAIN LKR.

second deck

FLUSH N.T. PLATFORM VERTICAL LIFT (STOWS OVER) RAMP BELOW

third deck

VARIOUS DECKS

DECK


ROLL ON/ROLL OFF VEHICLE CARGO SHIP

10

STARBOARD ELEVATION

MACHY CASING CREW ACCOMODATIONS

MACHY CASING 20FT DRY & REEFER

RAMP

RAMP

STEERING GEAR ROOM

THUST MACHY. ROOM

CARGO OIL TANKS P/S

CARGO NO. 2

MACHINERY WING TANK NO. 9 F.O. (P/S)

WING TANK NO. 8 F.O. (P/S) RAMP

WING TANK NO. 7 F.O. (P/S)

WING TANK NO. 6 F.O. (P/S)

D.B. TNK NO.10 F.O

D.B. TNK NO.9 S.W

D.B. TNK NO.8 S.W

D.B. TNK NO.7 S.W

D.B. TNK NO.6 S.W

CARGO NO.1

DEEP TANK NO. 1 S.W.

STABILIZ’R TNKS. P/S

SHAFT ALLEY D.B. TNK NO.11 F.O

CHAIN LOCKER

CREW & OFFICERS MESSING UNASSIGNED

PASS

FAN WHEEL HOUSE UPPER ROOM CHART ROOM CASING INTAKE MACHY CASING OFFICERS ACCOMODATIONS MACHY CASING PASSANGERS & OFFICERS ACCOMODATIONS MACHY CASING CREW ACCOMODATIONS

D.B. TNK NO.5 S.W

D.B. TNK NO.4 S.W

D.B. TNK NO.3 S.W

DEEP TANK NO. 2 S.W.

DECK BOSUN’S MACHY. STORES ROOM

BOW THRUST MACHY. FOREPEAK TANK S.W.

STARBOARD SECTION

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