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Ryan Martin Master of Architecture 2012 | Boston Architectural College Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture 2004 | University of Colorado

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Ell Hall Renovation | Northeastern University | Boston, MA

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745 Atlantic Avenue Lobby Renovation | Boston, MA

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New Marine Science Center | Masters Thesis Project | Nahant, MA

2

Biogen Corporate Headquarters Buildings | Cambridge, MA

1

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition | Brockton, MA

4

Dartmouth Dining Hall Renovation | Hanover, NH

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Mies van der Rohe Foundation Building | Undergraduate Studio | Barcelona, Spain

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‘12

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Ell Hall Renovation | Northeastern University | Boston, MA

3

745 Atlantic Avenue Lobby Renovation | Boston, MA

7

New Marine Science Center | Masters Thesis Project | Nahant, MA

2

Biogen Corporate Headquarters Buildings | Cambridge, MA

1

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition | Brockton, MA

4

Dartmouth Dining Hall Renovation | Hanover, NH

5

Mies van der Rohe Foundation Building | Undergraduate Studio | Barcelona, Spain

6


Corporate Headquarters Buildings

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Biogen Idec, Inc.

1

Building Axon - South West

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts Scope: 495,000 SF Completion Date: Fall 2013

2

Building Axon - South East

Design Includes: Building Information Modeling, Conceptual design to allow users adaptable spaces,

Project Description:* An interior fitout of two new buildings in the heart of Boston’s biotech neighborhood

*See Appendix for an in-depth project description 3

Building Axon - North East

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Building Axon - North West


Corporate Headquarters Buildings

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Biogen Idec, Inc.

1

Building Axon - South West

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts Scope: 495,000 SF Completion Date: Fall 2013

2

Building Axon - South East

Design Includes: Building Information Modeling, Conceptual design to allow users adaptable spaces,

Project Description:* An interior fitout of two new buildings in the heart of Boston’s biotech neighborhood

*See Appendix for an in-depth project description 3

Building Axon - North East

4

Building Axon - North West


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



15' - 5"

59' - 6" 53' - 2" 4' - 0"



17' - 6"

DN

28' - 6"

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







       

       

    DN    

 18' - 0"       

    30' - 6"    

DN 35' - 11"

24' - 0"

24' - 6"

15' - 8"



 



24' - 0"

8' - 0"

32' - 0" 

44' - 1"

  

33' - 0"



 42' - 0"

12' - 11" 

6' - 6"  5' - 6"



13' - 0" 32' - 6"

37' - 6"

63' - 6"









39' - 6"

39' - 6"

15' - 6"



 27' - 6" 

  

  





 

 

 

  

 17' - 0"



 



Ground Level



14' - 3"

 UP  11' - 0" 

 



 

  

 

 







 

 







 

 





 

 







   

 







 



 

 





 

 



 

 









 

 



 

 







42' - 5"

 24' - 11"



 8' - 5"   29' - 9"

UP 13' - 10"

14' - 8"

22' - 5"

23' - 9"

14' - 3"

30' - 3"

5' - 6"

12' - 1" 29' - 9" 14' - 2"

15' - 10" 2' - 6"

30' - 4"

14' - 8"

 20' - 11"

  

45' - 0"

23' - 9"

24' - 11"

22' - 5" 36' - 3"

52' - 9" 2' - 9"

45' - 0"

50' - 0"



15' - 8"



15' - 8"

  

30' - 7"

30' - 7"



   

  

Level 5  









  

  



 

DN UP

9' - 8"

9' - 3"

36' - 3"

36' - 0"

53' - 4"

 DN 21' - 6"

30' - 4"

  

 



17' - 3"

2' - 6"





52' - 9"



12' - 1" 30' - 0"



80' - 3"





   







4' - 6"

29' - 7"







UP

9' - 8"

15' - 6"



      

     







14' - 6"

44' - 6"



   56' - 1"



 

Level 3





8' - 5"

2' - 10"





DN

29' - 7"

30' - 3"

52' - 10"



61' - 0"

53' - 4"

DN

23' - 10"

 15' - 1"

40' - 5"   

 





 





53' - 3"

 18' - 8"

 





80' - 3"

27' - 6"



 

 



48' - 6"



26' - 11"

   50' - 7" 

12' - 6"



32' - 9"

15' - 6"

45' - 6"







 17' - 0"

22' - 0"

26' - 5"



52' - 10"



17' - 6"



50' - 7"





      65' - 4"                                    

 26' - 11"

61' - 0"



 



11' - 6" 32' - 0"









23' - 8"

21' - 2"

45' - 0"





11' - 6" 22' - 11"

4' - 6"

50' - 0"

22' - 0"











10' - 8" 25' - 4"

  

MM P

28' - 6"



29' - 6"

UP

M P

48' - 6"









DN

 13' - 7"



44' - 6"

45' - 0"





UP





 12' - 4" 23' - 4"

23' - 8"

21' - 3"

25' - 4"

MM P

I

41' -?0"





13' - 7"

16' - 6"

UP 30' - 6"

10' - 8"

12' - 4"

22' - 1"

24' - 7"

DN

DN



29' - 10"



30' - 3"

 26' - 5"



48' - 8"

DN





I

6' - 0"











15' - 1"

21' - 11"

17' - 4"

UP

45' - 3"

I

53' - 0"

26' - 0"



30' - 4"

30' - 7"



16' - 6"

UP

��� 44' - 6"  





15' - 11"

 

44' - 6"

22' - 1"

24' - 6"

24' - 0"



  18' - 2"

30' - 6"











I

58' - 6"

DN



29' - 10"

30' - 6"

DN





     

45' - 0"



30' - 3"

I

40' - 10"

    



4' - 7"

      

18' - 0"

15' - 1"

30' - 4"

21' - 4"

17' - 4"

UP

45' - 3"

15' - 11"

30' - 6"

   



18' - 2"

44' - 6"



72' - 0" 21' - 6"



 

 51' - 6"







     

     





 UP

UP



21' - 0" 9' - 6"





11' - 8" 36' - 6"





UP





DN

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







             





























10' - 6"

14' - 6" 15' - 0" 18' - 2"

18' - 0"

19' - 0"

17' - 6"

15' - 11"

29' - 0"

45' - 6"

30' - 6"



44' - 6"

30' - 4"

30' - 7"

45' - 0"

21' - 4"

30' - 6"

44' - 6"

30' - 5"

30' - 7"



DN

15' - 0"

29' - 10"

84' - 6"



UP

45' - 3"



DN

UP 43' - 10"

55' - 11"

16' - 8"

47' - 8"

17' - 4"

45' - 3"

30' - 3"

DN

16' - 6"



DN

10' - 7" 23' - 8"

21' - 2"

  

44' - 6"

45' - 0"



23' - 8"

25' - 4" 

13' - 7"

21' - 7"



21' - 10"

45' - 6"

35' - 0"

16' - 6"

DN

DN

21' - 8"

12' - 0"

44' - 11"

21' - 0"



17' - 4"

11' - 6" 22' - 6"

31' - 7"

21' - 4"





6' - 6"

28' - 3"



UP

44' - 7"

30' - 6"





2' - 0"



40' - 0"

16' - 0"



UP

22' - 1"

24' - 7"

22' - 8" 35' - 10"

  

44' - 6"

45' - 0"

13' - 11" 27' - 5"

26' - 5"

21' - 0"

25' - 4"



6' - 9" 64' - 6"

50' - 7" 

61' - 0" 

 



50' - 7"



14' - 2"

Date:

  

32' - 9"



15' - 1"



36' - 0"

44' - 6"

2' - 9"

40' - 5"



   



Level 4  







 



 

0'

16 '

32 '

48 '

    



36' - 3"





By:

29' - 9"

23' - 9"

18' - 0"



14' - 6"

No:

9' - 8"







23' - 10"

 19' - 0"



45' - 6"





28' - 6"





28' - 6"



30' - 5"

29' - 7" 01.13.12

UP 12' - 1"



19' - 4" 28' - 0"

6' - 11"

8' - 5"

CONSTRUCTION 30' - 3" DOCUMENTS Description:

45' - 0"

15' - 10" 2' - 6"

UP 11' - 0"

 14' - 3"



21' - 3"

UP 11' - 0" 14' - 3"

8' - 5"

30' - 3"



8' - 5"

15' - 9"

18' - 8"



DN



5' - 11" 13' - 6"



DN



DN 12' - 1"

01.13.12 29' - 9"

No:

15' - 6"

By:

Date:

14' - 2"

15' - 10" 2' - 6"

45' - 0"



24' - 11"

22' - 5"

2' - 10" 14' - 6"

9' - 8"

CONSTRUCTION 29' - 7" DOCUMENTS Description:

MM P

30' - 6"

30' - 6" 6' - 7"

6' - 0"

I

33' - 6"

12' - 6" 27' - 3"

I

14' - 6"

38' - 3"

39' - 7"

DN

P

11' - 9"



DN UP 12' - 8"

UP



I

I



MM P

DN

35' - 4"



80' - 3"

53' - 4" 39' - 6"

65' - 4"



79' - 8"



54' - 1"

55' - 6"





80' - 3"

52' - 10" 

27' - 6"

67' - 7"





80' - 11"

52' - 10"

27' - 10"





26' - 11"





42' - 10"



45' - 6"

40' - 8"

40' - 2"







36' - 7"



30' - 8"

29' - 10"



30' - 6"

 

16' - 2"

7' - 0" 35' - 6"

30' - 0"

39' - 7"

UP

Level 2

10' - 0"

14' - 0"

18' - 2"

18' - 0"

15' - 1"

8' - 0"

28' - 4" 20' - 0"

23' - 10"

 

23' - 9"

2' - 9"

45' - 0"

44' - 6"



15' - 1"

15' - 8"

24' - 11"

22' - 5" 36' - 3"

36' - 0"

32' - 9"

45' - 0"

15' - 8"





30' - 7"

30' - 7"

   



Level 6  

















0'

16 '

32 '

48 '

    










15' - 5"

59' - 6" 53' - 2" 4' - 0"



17' - 6"

DN

28' - 6"











       

       

    DN    

 18' - 0"       

    30' - 6"    

DN 35' - 11"

24' - 0"

24' - 6"

15' - 8"



 



24' - 0"

8' - 0"

32' - 0" 

44' - 1"

  

33' - 0"



 42' - 0"

12' - 11" 

6' - 6"  5' - 6"



13' - 0" 32' - 6"

37' - 6"

63' - 6"









39' - 6"

39' - 6"

15' - 6"



 27' - 6" 

  

  





 

 

 

  

 17' - 0"



 



Ground Level



14' - 3"

 UP  11' - 0" 

 



 

  

 

 







 

 







 

 





 

 







   

 







 



 

 





 

 



 

 









 

 



 

 







42' - 5"

 24' - 11"



 8' - 5"  ��� 29' - 9"

UP 13' - 10"

14' - 8"

22' - 5"

23' - 9"

14' - 3"

30' - 3"

5' - 6"

12' - 1" 29' - 9" 14' - 2"

15' - 10" 2' - 6"

30' - 4"

14' - 8"

 20' - 11"

  

45' - 0"

23' - 9"

24' - 11"

22' - 5" 36' - 3"

52' - 9" 2' - 9"

45' - 0"

50' - 0"



15' - 8"



15' - 8"

  

30' - 7"

30' - 7"



   

  

Level 5  









  

  



 

DN UP

9' - 8"

9' - 3"

36' - 3"

36' - 0"

53' - 4"

 DN 21' - 6"

30' - 4"

  

 



17' - 3"

2' - 6"





52' - 9"



12' - 1" 30' - 0"



80' - 3"





   







4' - 6"

29' - 7"







UP

9' - 8"

15' - 6"



      

     







14' - 6"

44' - 6"



   56' - 1"



 

Level 3





8' - 5"

2' - 10"





DN

29' - 7"

30' - 3"

52' - 10"



61' - 0"

53' - 4"

DN

23' - 10"

 15' - 1"

40' - 5"   

 





 





53' - 3"

 18' - 8"

 





80' - 3"

27' - 6"



 

 



48' - 6"



26' - 11"

   50' - 7" 

12' - 6"



32' - 9"

15' - 6"

45' - 6"







 17' - 0"

22' - 0"

26' - 5"



52' - 10"



17' - 6"



50' - 7"





      65' - 4"                                    

 26' - 11"

61' - 0"



 



11' - 6" 32' - 0"









23' - 8"

21' - 2"

45' - 0"





11' - 6" 22' - 11"

4' - 6"

50' - 0"

22' - 0"











10' - 8" 25' - 4"

  

MM P

28' - 6"



29' - 6"

UP

M P

48' - 6"









DN

 13' - 7"



44' - 6"

45' - 0"





UP





 12' - 4" 23' - 4"

23' - 8"

21' - 3"

25' - 4"

MM P

I

41' -?0"





13' - 7"

16' - 6"

UP 30' - 6"

10' - 8"

12' - 4"

22' - 1"

24' - 7"

DN

DN



29' - 10"



30' - 3"

 26' - 5"



48' - 8"

DN





I

6' - 0"











15' - 1"

21' - 11"

17' - 4"

UP

45' - 3"

I

53' - 0"

26' - 0"



30' - 4"

30' - 7"



16' - 6"

UP

 44' - 6"  





15' - 11"

 

44' - 6"

22' - 1"

24' - 6"

24' - 0"



  18' - 2"

30' - 6"











I

58' - 6"

DN



29' - 10"

30' - 6"

DN





     

45' - 0"



30' - 3"

I

40' - 10"

    



4' - 7"

      

18' - 0"

15' - 1"

30' - 4"

21' - 4"

17' - 4"

UP

45' - 3"

15' - 11"

30' - 6"

   



18' - 2"

44' - 6"



72' - 0" 21' - 6"



 

 51' - 6"







     

     





 UP

UP



21' - 0" 9' - 6"





11' - 8" 36' - 6"





UP





DN

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







             





























10' - 6"

14' - 6" 15' - 0" 18' - 2"

18' - 0"

19' - 0"

17' - 6"

15' - 11"

29' - 0"

45' - 6"

30' - 6"



44' - 6"

30' - 4"

30' - 7"

45' - 0"

21' - 4"

30' - 6"

44' - 6"

30' - 5"

30' - 7"



DN

15' - 0"

29' - 10"

84' - 6"



UP

45' - 3"



DN

UP 43' - 10"

55' - 11"

16' - 8"

47' - 8"

17' - 4"

45' - 3"

30' - 3"

DN

16' - 6"



DN

10' - 7" 23' - 8"

21' - 2"

  

44' - 6"

45' - 0"



23' - 8"

25' - 4" 

13' - 7"

21' - 7"



21' - 10"

45' - 6"

35' - 0"

16' - 6"

DN

DN

21' - 8"

12' - 0"

44' - 11"

21' - 0"



17' - 4"

11' - 6" 22' - 6"

31' - 7"

21' - 4"





6' - 6"

28' - 3"



UP

44' - 7"

30' - 6"





2' - 0"



40' - 0"

16' - 0"



UP

22' - 1"

24' - 7"

22' - 8" 35' - 10"

  

44' - 6"

45' - 0"

13' - 11" 27' - 5"

26' - 5"

21' - 0"

25' - 4"



6' - 9" 64' - 6"

50' - 7" 

61' - 0" 

 



50' - 7"



14' - 2"

Date:

  

32' - 9"



15' - 1"



36' - 0"

44' - 6"

2' - 9"

40' - 5"



   



Level 4  







 



 

0'

16 '

32 '

48 '

  ���  



36' - 3"





By:

29' - 9"

23' - 9"

18' - 0"



14' - 6"

No:

9' - 8"







23' - 10"

 19' - 0"



45' - 6"





28' - 6"





28' - 6"



30' - 5"

29' - 7" 01.13.12

UP 12' - 1"



19' - 4" 28' - 0"

6' - 11"

8' - 5"

CONSTRUCTION 30' - 3" DOCUMENTS Description:

45' - 0"

15' - 10" 2' - 6"

UP 11' - 0"

 14' - 3"



21' - 3"

UP 11' - 0" 14' - 3"

8' - 5"

30' - 3"



8' - 5"

15' - 9"

18' - 8"



DN



5' - 11" 13' - 6"



DN



DN 12' - 1"

01.13.12 29' - 9"

No:

15' - 6"

By:

Date:

14' - 2"

15' - 10" 2' - 6"

45' - 0"



24' - 11"

22' - 5"

2' - 10" 14' - 6"

9' - 8"

CONSTRUCTION 29' - 7" DOCUMENTS Description:

MM P

30' - 6"

30' - 6" 6' - 7"

6' - 0"

I

33' - 6"

12' - 6" 27' - 3"

I

14' - 6"

38' - 3"

39' - 7"

DN

P

11' - 9"



DN UP 12' - 8"

UP



I

I



MM P

DN

35' - 4"



80' - 3"

53' - 4" 39' - 6"

65' - 4"



79' - 8"



54' - 1"

55' - 6"





80' - 3"

52' - 10" 

27' - 6"

67' - 7"





80' - 11"

52' - 10"

27' - 10"





26' - 11"





42' - 10"



45' - 6"

40' - 8"

40' - 2"







36' - 7"



30' - 8"

29' - 10"



30' - 6"

 

16' - 2"

7' - 0" 35' - 6"

30' - 0"

39' - 7"

UP

Level 2

10' - 0"

14' - 0"

18' - 2"

18' - 0"

15' - 1"

8' - 0"

28' - 4" 20' - 0"

23' - 10"

 

23' - 9"

2' - 9"

45' - 0"

44' - 6"



15' - 1"

15' - 8"

24' - 11"

22' - 5" 36' - 3"

36' - 0"

32' - 9"

45' - 0"

15' - 8"





30' - 7"

30' - 7"

   



Level 6  

















0'

16 '

32 '

48 '

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Typical Canteen Space (above)

Workstations and Huddle Rooms (above)

Winter Garden (opposite)


Typical Canteen Space (above)

Workstations and Huddle Rooms (above)

Winter Garden (opposite)


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Biogen Idec as the client was particularly interested in the configuration of the open-office work stations to not only maximize the quantity of seats, but to create an ideal layout for project team collaboration.

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Above: schematic rendering of the open-office space Below: photograph of the finished office layout

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Biogen Idec as the client was particularly interested in the configuration of the open-office work stations to not only maximize the quantity of seats, but to create an ideal layout for project team collaboration.

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Above: schematic rendering of the open-office space Below: photograph of the finished office layout

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Biogen Idec | Building Nine Biogen - Building 9 - Level 5 - 1/14/13

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Drug Research & Development Operations Building

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CO PY

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COPY

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SCANNER

Built in tandem with Biogen Idec Building One, this 195,000 square foot, 6-story building was programmed for Research & Development. The analogy used to describe the design of the two buildings was that of siblings: each with a nearly identical aesthetic, but functioning separately.

Above: Typical Floor Plan (Level 4 shown) Upper Right: Rendering of Building Lobby Lower Right: Photograph of Building Lobby


Biogen Idec | Building Nine Biogen - Building 9 - Level 5 - 1/14/13

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M M

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Drug Research & Development Operations Building

FEC

CO PY

CO PY

FE C

COPY

COPY

FEC

FEC

SCANNER

Built in tandem with Biogen Idec Building One, this 195,000 square foot, 6-story building was programmed for Research & Development. The analogy used to describe the design of the two buildings was that of siblings: each with a nearly identical aesthetic, but functioning separately.

Above: Typical Floor Plan (Level 4 shown) Upper Right: Rendering of Building Lobby Lower Right: Photograph of Building Lobby


Building Nine | Bright Horizons Child Care Center Above: finished photographs of the child care spaces

Car Seats/Strollers Food Prep Stor.

Storage

Act. Sink

Toddler 1

69 SF

Toddler 2

Toddler 3

Toddler 4

Infant 1

360 SF

360 SF

430 SF

360 SF

Infant 2 438 SF

Cribs

Infant 3

Infant 4

438 SF

430 SF

Director

Teacher Resource

Copy/File

Reception

360 SF

Preschool 3

Teacher

787 SF

Staff Workspace / Innoculations

Preschool 2 793 SF

Storage

Storage

Testing Space

Child Transport Buggies

IT

Tall Tree

Massage

Reception

Conference & Lecture Womens

Office Stor.

DW

Galley 349 SF

Preschool 1

Mens

767 SF Storage

TBD

Exam Rm.

52 SF Physicians

Right: schematic layout of the proposed Child Care Center


Building Nine | Bright Horizons Child Care Center Above: finished photographs of the child care spaces

Car Seats/Strollers Food Prep Stor.

Storage

Act. Sink

Toddler 1

69 SF

Toddler 2

Toddler 3

Toddler 4

Infant 1

360 SF

360 SF

430 SF

360 SF

Infant 2 438 SF

Cribs

Infant 3

Infant 4

438 SF

430 SF

Director

Teacher Resource

Copy/File

Reception

360 SF

Preschool 3

Teacher

787 SF

Staff Workspace / Innoculations

Preschool 2 793 SF

Storage

Storage

Testing Space

Child Transport Buggies

IT

Tall Tree

Massage

Reception

Conference & Lecture Womens

Office Stor.

DW

Galley 349 SF

Preschool 1

Mens

767 SF Storage

TBD

Exam Rm.

52 SF Physicians

Right: schematic layout of the proposed Child Care Center


Above: construction photographs

Above & opposite: photographs of finished spaces


Above: construction photographs

Above & opposite: photographs of finished spaces


Marine Science Center | Northeastern University Masters Thesis Project | Boston Architectural College

Location: Nahant, Massachusetts Scope: 25,000 SF Completion Date: Spring 2012 Project Description: Using the concept of Weathering to formulate a design approach for the New Marine Science

Center in the tethered island of Nahant, MA. Design Includes: Thesis Proposal, Research, Programming, Site Analysis, User Interviews, Schematic & Conceptual Design, Design Development, Scaled Drawings, Renderings, Physical Models


Marine Science Center | Northeastern University Masters Thesis Project | Boston Architectural College

Location: Nahant, Massachusetts Scope: 25,000 SF Completion Date: Spring 2012 Project Description: Using the concept of Weathering to formulate a design approach for the New Marine Science

Center in the tethered island of Nahant, MA. Design Includes: Thesis Proposal, Research, Programming, Site Analysis, User Interviews, Schematic & Conceptual Design, Design Development, Scaled Drawings, Renderings, Physical Models


Melrose Swampscott

East Point | Nahant, MA

Lynn

Saugus

Site Analysis

Nahant Bay

Malden

Nahant Everett

Revere

The New England climate is often considered harsh on buildings and city infrastructure alike. Therefore the island of Nahant, vulnerably located in miles away from the coastline in the Boston Harbor is an appropriate venue to study the effects of weathering on a structure.

Broad Sound

Chelsea Somerville East Boston Cambridge

Atlantic Ocean

Winthrop

Boston

South Boston

Boston Harbor

Roxbury

Harbor Islands

Dorchester

Qiuncy Bay

Massachusetts Bay

North Quincy

2 3

1

Panorama of chosen site

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1

5

2

Nahant 3

6 4 N

5

Lynn

500 feet 100 feet

Site Sections

6


Melrose Swampscott

East Point | Nahant, MA

Lynn

Saugus

Site Analysis

Nahant Bay

Malden

Nahant Everett

Revere

The New England climate is often considered harsh on buildings and city infrastructure alike. Therefore the island of Nahant, vulnerably located in miles away from the coastline in the Boston Harbor is an appropriate venue to study the effects of weathering on a structure.

Broad Sound

Chelsea Somerville East Boston Cambridge

Atlantic Ocean

Winthrop

Boston

South Boston

Boston Harbor

Roxbury

Harbor Islands

Dorchester

Qiuncy Bay

Massachusetts Bay

North Quincy

2 3

1

Panorama of chosen site

4

1

5

2

Nahant 3

6 4 N

5

Lynn

500 feet 100 feet

Site Sections

6


Schematic Design

Concept Model 1 of 3

Students -

The majority of the facility is used by graduate and PhD Students of the Northeastern Marine Science Program. They have unlimited access to these laboratories at all hours, but the classes are typically from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

EXPERIENCE

3 p.m.

Program Diagram PROGRAM USEUse DIAGRAM

Derived from Scripps Marine Science Center Precedent Classrooms

5000

Laboratory Space

4000

Endangered Animal Clinic

na

Injured Animal (Medical Suite)

na

Live Animal Habitat

Educational Spaces

Live animal areas

1500

Faculty Offices

2500

Parking

na

Boat Dock

na

Lobby

1200

Seminar Space

1500

Event Space / Lectures

2000

Library (digital books)

2000

Janitor Closets

150

Hydroelectric Power

300

Toilet Rooms

400

TOTAL

... 5 p.m.

5000

Staff -

4000

Office

4000

4% 10%

5 p.m.

0

24%

Research

2000

Utilities

850

100

150

200

8 a.m.

250

Visitors -

... 8 p.m.

Concept Model 2 of 3

19% 4700

50

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

23%

Public Spaces

7 a.m.

...

Percentage Pie Chart

na

Administration Offices

Faculty -

8 a.m.

PERSEVERE

19%

10 a.m.

Residents Educational Spaces Public Spaces

Live animal areas Research

...

Office Utilities 4 p.m. 10 a.m.

20550

Overall -

Midnight

...

6 p.m.

0

50

100

150

200

250

Noon

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Adjacency Diagrams Concept Model 3 of 3

Concept Models - SECTIONS

CHANGE

EXPERIENCE

PERSEVERE

CHANGE 0

50

100

150

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

6 a.m.

200

250

0

50

100

150

200

SCALE: 1/48” = 1’-0”

250


Schematic Design

Concept Model 1 of 3

Students -

The majority of the facility is used by graduate and PhD Students of the Northeastern Marine Science Program. They have unlimited access to these laboratories at all hours, but the classes are typically from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

EXPERIENCE

3 p.m.

Program Diagram PROGRAM USEUse DIAGRAM

Derived from Scripps Marine Science Center Precedent Classrooms

5000

Laboratory Space

4000

Endangered Animal Clinic

na

Injured Animal (Medical Suite)

na

Live Animal Habitat

Educational Spaces

Live animal areas

1500

Faculty Offices

2500

Parking

na

Boat Dock

na

Lobby

1200

Seminar Space

1500

Event Space / Lectures

2000

Library (digital books)

2000

Janitor Closets

150

Hydroelectric Power

300

Toilet Rooms

400

TOTAL

... 5 p.m.

5000

Staff -

4000

Office

4000

4% 10%

5 p.m.

0

24%

Research

2000

Utilities

850

100

150

200

8 a.m.

250

Visitors -

... 8 p.m.

Concept Model 2 of 3

19% 4700

50

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

23%

Public Spaces

7 a.m.

...

Percentage Pie Chart

na

Administration Offices

Faculty -

8 a.m.

PERSEVERE

19%

10 a.m.

Residents Educational Spaces Public Spaces

Live animal areas Research

...

Office Utilities 4 p.m. 10 a.m.

20550

Overall -

Midnight

...

6 p.m.

0

50

100

150

200

250

Noon

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Adjacency Diagrams Concept Model 3 of 3

Concept Models - SECTIONS

CHANGE

EXPERIENCE

PERSEVERE

CHANGE 0

50

100

150

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

6 a.m.

200

250

0

50

100

150

200

SCALE: 1/48” = 1’-0”

250


material case studies

Material Case Studies

The precedent case studies in which I studied use materials in a unique or dominant way. The three materials shown in these precedents are are steel, concrete and brick. The steel precedent was Eero Saarinen’s Deere & Company Headquarters building that is made of a weathering steel frame. The concrete precedent was the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art by Tadao Ando with its polished concrete and rough hune stone. Lastly, for the brick precedent I chose Frank Gehry’s MARTa Herford Museum with its unique deconstructionist use of brick. Each of these precedents are much different from one another, therefore the spectrum of information had a nice contrast in regards to material use.

Tadao Ando is most often recognized for his expert application of concrete as an elegant architectural finish while simultaneously exemplifying its structural capacity. His material choices throughout this project and other projects are not limited to polished concrete surfaces, but many times integrate other systems that work in harmony with concrete to add dynamism and contrast while still showcasing the many possible applications of his favorite material. In connecting Ando’s material usage to my topic of temporality, I aimed to show his use of concrete as a long lasting and ageless expression of form. Because this building was erected as a recovery and responsive structure to the Japanese earthquake in 1995, it is naturally assertive in its message of strength and perseverance.

prefectoral art museum, hyogo japan

Frank Gehry’s style is unmistakable in his remarkable use of undulating forms. For this design of a museum in Herford, Germany, he was even more inventive in his use of materials. What interested me most about this building is its use of brick in a non-traditional highly engineered fashion, rather than what it is typically used for. Even though this building is a decade old, enough time has passed to prove that this experiment has been fruitful in its efforts to envision brick cladding in a revolutionary new way. In relation to my thesis, the flow of the spaces is interesting to me in that the orthogonal and strait wall is challenged and therefore the space use is also challenged. Especially in a museum setting where users are invited to really explore and navigate the space, the MARTa is dynamic in relation to traditional circulation of spaces.

marta herford musuem, germany

This corporate building in Moine Illinois was designed by Eero Saarinen to be a steel building made of a self-rusting Core Ten steel. At the time the use of this steel for architectural applications was so revolutionary that it had yet to be attempted. Much of Saarinen’s reasoning for using the Core Ten Steel was the aesthetic of a nice reddish brown patina which blended nicely with the surrounding oak trees of the site. In studying Saarinen’s Deere and Company building, it sets a standard for the way I can approach a material type and essentially redefine a less common or utterly unknown building material.

john deere corporate headquarters, Il


material case studies

Material Case Studies

The precedent case studies in which I studied use materials in a unique or dominant way. The three materials shown in these precedents are are steel, concrete and brick. The steel precedent was Eero Saarinen’s Deere & Company Headquarters building that is made of a weathering steel frame. The concrete precedent was the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art by Tadao Ando with its polished concrete and rough hune stone. Lastly, for the brick precedent I chose Frank Gehry’s MARTa Herford Museum with its unique deconstructionist use of brick. Each of these precedents are much different from one another, therefore the spectrum of information had a nice contrast in regards to material use.

Tadao Ando is most often recognized for his expert application of concrete as an elegant architectural finish while simultaneously exemplifying its structural capacity. His material choices throughout this project and other projects are not limited to polished concrete surfaces, but many times integrate other systems that work in harmony with concrete to add dynamism and contrast while still showcasing the many possible applications of his favorite material. In connecting Ando’s material usage to my topic of temporality, I aimed to show his use of concrete as a long lasting and ageless expression of form. Because this building was erected as a recovery and responsive structure to the Japanese earthquake in 1995, it is naturally assertive in its message of strength and perseverance.

prefectoral art museum, hyogo japan

Frank Gehry’s style is unmistakable in his remarkable use of undulating forms. For this design of a museum in Herford, Germany, he was even more inventive in his use of materials. What interested me most about this building is its use of brick in a non-traditional highly engineered fashion, rather than what it is typically used for. Even though this building is a decade old, enough time has passed to prove that this experiment has been fruitful in its efforts to envision brick cladding in a revolutionary new way. In relation to my thesis, the flow of the spaces is interesting to me in that the orthogonal and strait wall is challenged and therefore the space use is also challenged. Especially in a museum setting where users are invited to really explore and navigate the space, the MARTa is dynamic in relation to traditional circulation of spaces.

marta herford musuem, germany

This corporate building in Moine Illinois was designed by Eero Saarinen to be a steel building made of a self-rusting Core Ten steel. At the time the use of this steel for architectural applications was so revolutionary that it had yet to be attempted. Much of Saarinen’s reasoning for using the Core Ten Steel was the aesthetic of a nice reddish brown patina which blended nicely with the surrounding oak trees of the site. In studying Saarinen’s Deere and Company building, it sets a standard for the way I can approach a material type and essentially redefine a less common or utterly unknown building material.

john deere corporate headquarters, Il


Site Path Axes Diagram

Site Curvature & Edges

Tadao Ando Prefectoral Art Museum Aesthetic

Daniel Leibeskind Holocaust Museum Zigzag Aesthetic

Underground Safety Bunker Diagram

Centrifugal Motion

Site Slope

Spine

Schematic Design


Site Path Axes Diagram

Site Curvature & Edges

Tadao Ando Prefectoral Art Museum Aesthetic

Daniel Leibeskind Holocaust Museum Zigzag Aesthetic

Underground Safety Bunker Diagram

Centrifugal Motion

Site Slope

Spine

Schematic Design


Site Model

Site

Zigzag

1

4

3

6

3

1

6 4

Spine

1

4

5

6 1 6 4 5

Tadao Ando

1

2

3

4

3 1 2 4

Schematic Design


Site Model

Site

Zigzag

1

4

3

6

3

1

6 4

Spine

1

4

5

6 1 6 4 5

Tadao Ando

1

2

3

4

3 1 2 4

Schematic Design


Incorporating successful elements of each of the three schemes, this design provided an experiential and functional approach for the users and included all of the major program elements for this Marine Science Center.

Design Development

Level One

Level Two


Incorporating successful elements of each of the three schemes, this design provided an experiential and functional approach for the users and included all of the major program elements for this Marine Science Center.

Design Development

Level One

Level Two


DN DN

Final Design

DN

UP

Security and Information Desk

DN

UP

Entry Vestibule

Lecture & Performance Auditorium

T&C Storage

Elev.

1

Grand Lobby

Aquarium

Touch Tank

UP

Exhibit Corner

Elev.

Toilets

Guest Toilet Rooms

Information Desk

The Sand Bar

Theatical / Lecture Auditorium

UP

First Floor Exhibit Space

The Grand Fish Tank Toilets

Mech.

8

Vest.

Offices

Coats

Coffee Kitchenette

3

Loading Dock / Storage

Offices

Reception Desk

Office Library

Elev. Stor.

Faculty & Staff Offices

Lecture Staging Rm. Shark Tank Break-out Space

The Grand Fish Tank

Classroom

Waiting Area

Small Exhibits

Collaborative Areas

Toilets

Conference Room

Meeting Rm

Server Rm.

Recovery & Final Holding

Staging Conference Booths

Rotunda

Vest.

Quarentine

Lab Office

The Pulpit

7

Mech.

Break Out / Lobby

Nursery

UP

Storage

Break-Out Student Lounge

Library

Mech.

Garage Door

Men's & Women's Room & Shower

Laboratory DN

Stripes

Stairs

Cartesian Axis

Indoor/Outdoor Laboratory

Laboratories

Roof Garden

Laboratory

Corner Garden

Rays

Ripples

Polar Axis

Polar Axis

Orthagonal

N

Cartesian Axis

Level Two 50'

Elev.

Classrooms

"The Landing"

Level One

Stor.

F. F.E R F.E R RE

The Patio

Doing the circulation diagrams and program zone diagrams shown above, a finessing and fine-tuning of the plan resulted in a more appropriate final design for the Marine Science Center.

Vest.

Food, Medicine & Sample Storage Lounge

Large Symposium Classroom

REF.

F. F.E R R F.E RE

4

Elev.

10'

Collaborative Learning Classroom

Professor Lounge & Shared Office

Galley

5

Toilets

6

REF.

15'

Amphetheater

Stor.

The Spine

DN

Surgery Mech.

Education Wing

Entry

12 '

2

Chair Storage


DN DN

Final Design

DN

UP

Security and Information Desk

DN

UP

Entry Vestibule

Lecture & Performance Auditorium

T&C Storage

Elev.

1

Grand Lobby

Aquarium

Touch Tank

UP

Exhibit Corner

Elev.

Toilets

Guest Toilet Rooms

Information Desk

The Sand Bar

Theatical / Lecture Auditorium

UP

First Floor Exhibit Space

The Grand Fish Tank Toilets

Mech.

8

Vest.

Offices

Coats

Coffee Kitchenette

3

Loading Dock / Storage

Offices

Reception Desk

Office Library

Elev. Stor.

Faculty & Staff Offices

Lecture Staging Rm. Shark Tank Break-out Space

The Grand Fish Tank

Classroom

Waiting Area

Small Exhibits

Collaborative Areas

Toilets

Conference Room

Meeting Rm

Server Rm.

Recovery & Final Holding

Staging Conference Booths

Rotunda

Vest.

Quarentine

Lab Office

The Pulpit

7

Mech.

Break Out / Lobby

Nursery

UP

Storage

Break-Out Student Lounge

Library

Mech.

Garage Door

Men's & Women's Room & Shower

Laboratory DN

Stripes

Stairs

Cartesian Axis

Indoor/Outdoor Laboratory

Laboratories

Roof Garden

Laboratory

Corner Garden

Rays

Ripples

Polar Axis

Polar Axis

Orthagonal

N

Cartesian Axis

Level Two 50'

Elev.

Classrooms

"The Landing"

Level One

Stor.

F. F.E R F.E R RE

The Patio

Doing the circulation diagrams and program zone diagrams shown above, a finessing and fine-tuning of the plan resulted in a more appropriate final design for the Marine Science Center.

Vest.

Food, Medicine & Sample Storage Lounge

Large Symposium Classroom

REF.

F. F.E R R F.E RE

4

Elev.

10'

Collaborative Learning Classroom

Professor Lounge & Shared Office

Galley

5

Toilets

6

REF.

15'

Amphetheater

Stor.

The Spine

DN

Surgery Mech.

Education Wing

Entry

12 '

2

Chair Storage


Perspecives

Vignettes

1

2

3

5

6

7

9

10

4

8

11


Perspecives

Vignettes

1

2

3

5

6

7

9

10

4

8

11


Site Plan

Murphy Battery

A Edward Laboratory

New Parking Lot

A

SE CT IO N

3

B

SE CT ION

2

C

D

E

N IO CT SE

LIMIT OF PHISICAL MODEL

N 10' 50' Scale: 1/32" = 1' - 0"

100'

1

B

C

D

E


Site Plan

Murphy Battery

A Edward Laboratory

New Parking Lot

A

SE CT IO N

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CONTRACTOR FURNISHED CONTRACTOR INSTALLED COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING CORNER GUARD CAST IN PLACE CONTROL JOINT CEILING CLEAR CERAMIC MOSAIC TILE CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT COLUMN CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CONTINUOUS COORDINATE CARPET CARD READ(ER) CERAMIC TILE COURSE(S) CENTER CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM DEMOLISH DRINKING FOUNTAIN DIAMETER DIMENSION DISPENSER DOWN DOOR DRAWING(S) EXISTING EACH EXT. INSUL. FIN SYST. EXPANSION JOINT ELECTRICAL ELEVATION ENTRY MAT EQUAL

FND FO FOC FOM FRM FRP FS FT FV GA GALV GB GWB GWT HB HC HCP HDW HM HO HORIZ HP HT HWH ID INSUL INT JAN JT KEC LAM LAV LCC LOC LP LVR

FOUNDATION FACE OF FACE OF CONCRETE FACE OF MASONRY FIRE TREATED FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC COATED PANELS FOOD SERVICE FIRE TREATED FRAME GAGE, GAUGE GALVANIZED GRAB BAR GYPSUM WALLBOARD GLAZED WALL TILE HOSE BIBB HOLLOW CORE HANDICAPPED HARDWARE HOLLOW METAL HOLD OPEN (EG. DOOR) HORIZONTAL HIGH POINT HEIGHT HOT WATER HEATER INSIDE DIAMETER INSULATE(D) (ION) INTERIOR JANITOR'S CLOSET JOINT KITCHEN EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR LAMINATE(D) LAVATORY LEAD COATED COPPER LOCATION LOW POINT LOUVER

NIC NO NOM NTS OC OD OFCI OH OPNG OPP PERF PF PLAM PLAS PLYWD POLYISO PR PT PTD QT R RA RBR RD REC REINF RELOC REQ REV RGWB RH RM RO RWL S SC SD

NOT IN CONTRACT NUMBER NOMINAL NOT TO SCALE ON CENTER OUTSIDE DIAMETER OWNER FURNISH CONTRACTOR INSTALL OPPOSITE HAND OPENING OPPOSITE PERFORATED PANEL FABRIC PLASTIC LAMINATE PLASTER PLYWOOD POLYISO CYANURATE PAIR PRESSURE TREATED, PAINT PAINTED QUARRY TILE RADIUS RUBBERIZED ASPHALT RUBBER ROOF DRAIN RECESSED REINFORCED RELOCATE(D) REQUIRED REVIS(ED) (ION) RESILIENT GWB CONSTRUCTION RIGHT HAND ROOM ROUGH OPENING RAIN WATER LEADER SEALANT SOLID CORE STORM DRAIN

TD TEL TEMP TERR THRESH THK TO TOC TOS TV TYP U/S UC UNO V VB VCT VERT VIF VNL VP VWP W/I W/O W/ WC WD WH WP WR WSCT WT WWF XR

TRENCH DRAIN TELEPHONE TEMPERED, TEMPERATURE TERRAZZO THRESHOLD THICK TOP OF TOP OF CONCRETE TOP OF STEEL TELEVISION TYPICAL UNDERSIDE UNDERCUT UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE VENT / VENTILATION VAPOR BARRIER, VINYL BASE VINYL COMPOSITE TILE VERTICAL VERIFY IN FIELD VINYL VISION PANEL VINYL WALL COVERING WITHIN WITHOUT WITH WATER CLOSET WOOD WALL HUNG WATER PROOF, WORKING POINT WATER RESISTANT WAINSCOT WEIGHT WELDED WIRE FABRIC X-RAY VIEWER

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05 PLUMBING P0.00 PLUMBING LEGEND, GENERAL NOTES AND SCHEDU P1.00 PLUMBING NEW FLOOR PLAN 07 FIRE PROTECTION FP0.00 FIRE PROTECTION LEGEND & GENERAL NOTES FP0.01 FIRE PROTECTION DETAILS & SCHEDULES FPD1.00 FIRE PROTECTION DEMOLITION PLAN FPD2.00 FIRE PROTECTION DEMOLITION PLAN FP1.00 FIRE PROTECTION NEW SPRINKLER FLOOR PLAN FP2.00 FIRE PROTECTION NEW SPRINKLER FLOOR PLAN 08 ELECTRICAL E0.0 ELECTRICAL LEGEND AND GENERAL NOTES ED1.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR DEMOLITION PLAN E1.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR LIGHTING PLAN E2.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR POWER PLAN E3.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR PART PLANS E4.0 ELECTRICAL ONE LINE RISER AND SCHEDULES E5.0 ELECTRICAL DETAILS E6.0 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS Grand total: 38

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Design Includes: Exposing waffle-slab, partition demolition, systems partitions, storm windows, mechanical

*See Appendix for an in-depth project description


CFCI CFMF CG CIP CJ CLG CLR CMT CMU COL CONC CONST CONT COORD CPT CR CS CT CTR CWS DEMO DF DIA DIM DISP DN DR DWGS (E) EA EIFS EJ ELEC ELEV EM EQ

CONTRACTOR FURNISHED CONTRACTOR INSTALLED COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING CORNER GUARD CAST IN PLACE CONTROL JOINT CEILING CLEAR CERAMIC MOSAIC TILE CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT COLUMN CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CONTINUOUS COORDINATE CARPET CARD READ(ER) CERAMIC TILE COURSE(S) CENTER CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM DEMOLISH DRINKING FOUNTAIN DIAMETER DIMENSION DISPENSER DOWN DOOR DRAWING(S) EXISTING EACH EXT. INSUL. FIN SYST. EXPANSION JOINT ELECTRICAL ELEVATION ENTRY MAT EQUAL

FND FO FOC FOM FRM FRP FS FT FV GA GALV GB GWB GWT HB HC HCP HDW HM HO HORIZ HP HT HWH ID INSUL INT JAN JT KEC LAM LAV LCC LOC LP LVR

FOUNDATION FACE OF FACE OF CONCRETE FACE OF MASONRY FIRE TREATED FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC COATED PANELS FOOD SERVICE FIRE TREATED FRAME GAGE, GAUGE GALVANIZED GRAB BAR GYPSUM WALLBOARD GLAZED WALL TILE HOSE BIBB HOLLOW CORE HANDICAPPED HARDWARE HOLLOW METAL HOLD OPEN (EG. DOOR) HORIZONTAL HIGH POINT HEIGHT HOT WATER HEATER INSIDE DIAMETER INSULATE(D) (ION) INTERIOR JANITOR'S CLOSET JOINT KITCHEN EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR LAMINATE(D) LAVATORY LEAD COATED COPPER LOCATION LOW POINT LOUVER

NIC NO NOM NTS OC OD OFCI OH OPNG OPP PERF PF PLAM PLAS PLYWD POLYISO PR PT PTD QT R RA RBR RD REC REINF RELOC REQ REV RGWB RH RM RO RWL S SC SD

NOT IN CONTRACT NUMBER NOMINAL NOT TO SCALE ON CENTER OUTSIDE DIAMETER OWNER FURNISH CONTRACTOR INSTALL OPPOSITE HAND OPENING OPPOSITE PERFORATED PANEL FABRIC PLASTIC LAMINATE PLASTER PLYWOOD POLYISO CYANURATE PAIR PRESSURE TREATED, PAINT PAINTED QUARRY TILE RADIUS RUBBERIZED ASPHALT RUBBER ROOF DRAIN RECESSED REINFORCED RELOCATE(D) REQUIRED REVIS(ED) (ION) RESILIENT GWB CONSTRUCTION RIGHT HAND ROOM ROUGH OPENING RAIN WATER LEADER SEALANT SOLID CORE STORM DRAIN

TD TEL TEMP TERR THRESH THK TO TOC TOS TV TYP U/S UC UNO V VB VCT VERT VIF VNL VP VWP W/I W/O W/ WC WD WH WP WR WSCT WT WWF XR

TRENCH DRAIN TELEPHONE TEMPERED, TEMPERATURE TERRAZZO THRESHOLD THICK TOP OF TOP OF CONCRETE TOP OF STEEL TELEVISION TYPICAL UNDERSIDE UNDERCUT UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE VENT / VENTILATION VAPOR BARRIER, VINYL BASE VINYL COMPOSITE TILE VERTICAL VERIFY IN FIELD VINYL VISION PANEL VINYL WALL COVERING WITHIN WITHOUT WITH WATER CLOSET WOOD WALL HUNG WATER PROOF, WORKING POINT WATER RESISTANT WAINSCOT WEIGHT WELDED WIRE FABRIC X-RAY VIEWER

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02 ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS A0.10 THIRD FLOOR DEMOLITION PLAN & RCP A0.20 PARTITION TYPES, TYP. MT HTS., DOOR SCHEDULES A1.01 THIRD FLOOR PLAN & RCP A8.01 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A9.01 INTERIOR DETAILS & CASEWORK DETAIL A9.02 CASEWORK DETAILS A9.10 FURNITURE, FINISHES PLAN, AND SCHEDULES 03 DEMOUNTABLE PARTITION DRAWINGS A9.11 DEMOUNTABLE PARTITION ELEVATIONS A9.12 DEMOUNTABLE PARTITION DETAILS 04 MECHANICAL H0.00 HVAC LEGEND & GENERAL NOTES H0.01 HVAC SCHEDULES H0.02 HVAC DETAILS SHEET NO. 1 H0.03 HVAC DETAILS SHEET NO. 2 H0.04 HVAC SPECIFICATIONS SHEET NO. 1 H0.05 HVAC SPECIFICATIONS SHEET NO. 2 HD1.01 HVAC THIRD FLOOR DEMOLITION PLAN H1.01 HVAC THIRD FLOOR NEW DUCTWORK PLAN

05 PLUMBING P0.00 PLUMBING LEGEND, GENERAL NOTES AND SCHEDU P1.00 PLUMBING NEW FLOOR PLAN 07 FIRE PROTECTION FP0.00 FIRE PROTECTION LEGEND & GENERAL NOTES FP0.01 FIRE PROTECTION DETAILS & SCHEDULES FPD1.00 FIRE PROTECTION DEMOLITION PLAN FPD2.00 FIRE PROTECTION DEMOLITION PLAN FP1.00 FIRE PROTECTION NEW SPRINKLER FLOOR PLAN FP2.00 FIRE PROTECTION NEW SPRINKLER FLOOR PLAN 08 ELECTRICAL E0.0 ELECTRICAL LEGEND AND GENERAL NOTES ED1.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR DEMOLITION PLAN E1.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR LIGHTING PLAN E2.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR POWER PLAN E3.0 ELECTRICAL THIRD FLOOR PART PLANS E4.0 ELECTRICAL ONE LINE RISER AND SCHEDULES E5.0 ELECTRICAL DETAILS E6.0 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS Grand total: 38

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visiting scholars workspaces, conference room, kitchenette, and student gathering areas

Project Description:* Repurposing third floor faculty office suite into workstations for grad students, post-docs, and

Design Includes: Exposing waffle-slab, partition demolition, systems partitions, storm windows, mechanical

*See Appendix for an in-depth project description


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SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

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13-EL-301-01

Project No:

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312

D

C 300C1 301D

300C2

10' - 4" B.O. STEEL BEAM

9' - 1"

B

12' - 0 1/2"

9' - 0"

B.O. WAFFLE SLAB 300M1

8' - 4 3/8" 301

Issues

300S2

300M8

300C3

300C4 NO CEILING

Revisions

302G

302

302J

303

304

306 307

7' - 9"

8' - 10 1/2"

8' - 9 1/2"

9' - 6"

8' - 6"

6' - 11 1/2" 5/8" GWB on Mtl. Stud

302E

305A

302C 10' - 1 1/2"

8' - 7 3/4" 10' - 4"

10' - 3"

8' - 6" 305

302A

302D

301A

308

9' - 1"

8' - 6"

8' - 6"

302F 301B

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10' - 3"

10' - 4"

10' - 4"

10' - 4"

Drawing Title

EXISTING THIRD FLOOR PLAN & REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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Existing Ceiling Plan

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300M2

8' - 6 1/4"

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CLASSROOM 312

300E1 MATCH (E) HT 5/8" GWB

300M2

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8' - 6" 2' x 2' ACT

OPEN OFFICE 301A

309

8' - 6" 2' x 2' ACT

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OPEN OFFICE 301

Project:

ELL HALL 3RD FLOOR SUITE 301 RENOVATION

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

300C2

314A

301B

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CLASSROOM 3 312

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5

6

NEW ELEC. CLOSET 300M3

CLASSROOM CORRIDOR 312

300C2

MECHANICAL ROOM 300M1 ELEVATOR

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307 308

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301C 50 SF

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300E1

NEW ELEC. CLOSET 300M3

MECHANICAL ROOM 300M1 KITCHENETTE 301C 50 SF

CORRIDOR 300C2

OPEN OFFICE 301 1646 SF

CONFERENCE ROOM 301B 184 SF

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300C1 300C2

10' - 4"

300M8

300C3

300C4 NO CEILING

B.O. STEEL BEAM

Revisions 12' - 0 1/2"

301

301B 8' - 6 1/4"

309A

302G

302

B.O. WAFFLE SLAB 300M1

302J

303

304

306 307

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8' - 10 1/2"

8' - 9 1/2"

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302F

302E

302A

302D 302C

301A

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8' - 7 3/4"

10' - 4"

10' - 3"

10' - 4"

308

300S2 9' - 6"

9' - 1"

8' - 6"

8' - 6"

305

305A

306A

307B

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302B 10' - 3"

10' - 3"

10' - 4"

10' - 4"

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309

EXISTING THIRD FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE

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307

MEETING ROOM 301D 114 SF

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307

307B

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EXISTING THIRD FLOOR PLAN & REFLECTED CE PLAN

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COPY

OPEN OFFICE 301 1646 SF

Checked By:

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309 ELEC. CLOSET 300M8

Drawn By:

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300M2

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307A

307B

CONFERENCE ROOM 301B 184 SF

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300S1

MEETING ROOM 311 301D 114 SF

ELEC. CLOSET 300M8

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OPEN OFFICE 301A 847 SF

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LOBBY 300C1KITCHENETTE

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6' - 11 1/2" 5/8" GWB on Mtl. Stud

9/12/2013

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529 MAIN STREET, SUITE 203 BOSTON, MA 02129 (617) 523-8227

Key Plan

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301C

8' - 4 3/8"

ELEVATOR LOBBY 300C1

Proposed Ceiling Plan

MEP/FP ENGINEER 309

300C1 301D

308

architecture planning interiors

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301C

300M2

CONFERENCE ROOM 301B

MILLER DYER SPEARS

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NORTHEASTER UNIVERSITY EL 3RD FLOOR SU 301-306 RENOV

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300E1

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313B

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MEETING ROOM 301D

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300S2

ELEC. CLOSET 300M8

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314A

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301S1

MATCH (E) HT 2' x 2' ACT

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314

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CORRIDOR 300C2 MATCH (E) HT 2' x 2' ACT MECHANICAL ROOM 300M1

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300C2

10' - 4" B.O. STEEL BEAM

9' - 1"

B

12' - 0 1/2"

9' - 0"

B.O. WAFFLE SLAB 300M1

8' - 4 3/8" 301

Issues

300S2

300M8

300C3

300C4 NO CEILING

Revisions

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302

302J

303

304

306 307

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8' - 10 1/2"

8' - 9 1/2"

9' - 6"

8' - 6"

6' - 11 1/2" 5/8" GWB on Mtl. Stud

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305A

302C 10' - 1 1/2"

8' - 7 3/4" 10' - 4"

10' - 3"

8' - 6" 305

302A

302D

301A

308

9' - 1"

8' - 6"

8' - 6"

302F 301B

307B

306A

307A

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10' - 3"

10' - 4"

10' - 4"

10' - 4"

Drawing Title

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NOT IN CONTRACT

Existing Ceiling Plan

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8/12/2013

Issue Date:

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311

312A 313B

300M2

8' - 6 1/4"

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300E1

301C

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309A 313A

314A

CLASSROOM 312

300E1 MATCH (E) HT 5/8" GWB

300M2

311

8' - 6" 2' x 2' ACT

OPEN OFFICE 301A

309

8' - 6" 2' x 2' ACT

C

OPEN OFFICE 301

Project:

ELL HALL 3RD FLOOR SUITE 301 RENOVATION

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

300C2

314A

301B

1

CLASSROOM 3 312

4

5

6

NEW ELEC. CLOSET 300M3

CLASSROOM CORRIDOR 312

300C2

MECHANICAL ROOM 300M1 ELEVATOR

300M2

306

307 308

305

302F

301A

302E

302D

302C

302B

306A

305A

302A

307B

307A

Existing Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

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312

301C 50 SF

B

Proposed Floor Plan

300S2

312A

300E1

NEW ELEC. CLOSET 300M3

MECHANICAL ROOM 300M1 KITCHENETTE 301C 50 SF

CORRIDOR 300C2

OPEN OFFICE 301 1646 SF

CONFERENCE ROOM 301B 184 SF

Issue Date: Issues

300C1 300C2

10' - 4"

300M8

300C3

300C4 NO CEILING

B.O. STEEL BEAM

Revisions 12' - 0 1/2"

301

301B 8' - 6 1/4"

309A

302G

302

B.O. WAFFLE SLAB 300M1

302J

303

304

306 307

7' - 9"

8' - 10 1/2"

8' - 9 1/2"

8' - 6" 8' - 6"

302F

302E

302A

302D 302C

301A

10' - 1 1/2"

8' - 7 3/4"

10' - 4"

10' - 3"

10' - 4"

308

300S2 9' - 6"

9' - 1"

8' - 6"

8' - 6"

305

305A

306A

307B

307A

302B 10' - 3"

10' - 3"

10' - 4"

10' - 4"

2

NOT IN CONTRACT

309

EXISTING THIRD FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE

300S2

307

MEETING ROOM 301D 114 SF

308

307

307B

Drawing Title

EXISTING THIRD FLOOR PLAN & REFLECTED CE PLAN

A

COPY

OPEN OFFICE 301 1646 SF

Checked By:

C

309 ELEC. CLOSET 300M8

Drawn By:

313B

300M2

308

307A

307B

CONFERENCE ROOM 301B 184 SF

309

311

300S1

MEETING ROOM 311 301D 114 SF

ELEC. CLOSET 300M8

8

313A 314A

COPY

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architecture planning

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313B

OPEN OFFICE 301A 847 SF

Exterior Photo of Ell Hall

300C4

303

EXISTING THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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311

313A

LOBBY 300C1KITCHENETTE

A

302J

302

A

300E1

COPY

COPY

OPEN OFFICE 301A 847 SF

302G

309A

313B

301S1

C

300M8

300C3

300M1

6' - 11 1/2" 5/8" GWB on Mtl. Stud

9/12/2013

B

529 MAIN STREET, SUITE 203 BOSTON, MA 02129 (617) 523-8227

Key Plan

301

301C

8' - 4 3/8"

ELEVATOR LOBBY 300C1

Proposed Ceiling Plan

MEP/FP ENGINEER 309

300C1 301D

308

architecture planning interiors

99 CHAUNCY STREET BOSTON, MA 02111 617-338-5350 tel 617-338-0033 fax WWW.MDS-BOS.COM

R.W. SULLIVAN ENGINE

311

B

301C

300M2

CONFERENCE ROOM 301B

MILLER DYER SPEARS

300M2

C

NORTHEASTER UNIVERSITY EL 3RD FLOOR SU 301-306 RENOV

346 Huntington Ave. Bos

300S2

9' - 0"

300E1

A

8

312A

313B

301D

307A

8

7

312

314 307B

6

309A

9' - 1"

MEETING ROOM 301D

5

313A

2

8' - 6" 2' x 2' ACT 307

4

300E1

B

300S2

ELEC. CLOSET 300M8

3

314A

300S1

D

301S1

MATCH (E) HT 2' x 2' ACT

8' - 6" 2' x 2' ACT KITCHENETTE 301C

2

314

Project No:

CORRIDOR 300C2 MATCH (E) HT 2' x 2' ACT MECHANICAL ROOM 300M1

1

D

D

313B

ELEVATOR LOBBY 300C1 MATCH (E) HT 2' x 2' ACT

B

7

8

314

301S1

6

314A

D

C

5

1

1 1

4

313A

Drawing Number

ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE

3

In total, there were four general areas of construction in this project: Office Suite 301A, Office Suite 301, the Corridor and the Large Classroom. All affected areas v new mechanical systems and 314 new ceilings treatments.

Project Status: EXISTING CONDITIONS

314

300S1

2

8

D

c Copyright Miller Dyer Spears Inc.

EXISTING THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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1

307A

VISITING SCHOLAR STATIONS: 12 GRADUATE STUDENT STATIONS: 39

1/8" = 1'-0" Drawing Number

EX0.


Left side: both the Conference Room and the Meeting Room were constructed of demountable systems walls. Right side: the occupancy increased by a factor of 3 from 17 single-occupancy offices to 51 workstations.


Left side: both the Conference Room and the Meeting Room were constructed of demountable systems walls. Right side: the occupancy increased by a factor of 3 from 17 single-occupancy offices to 51 workstations.


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

MILLER DYER SPEARS INC.

Project Status:

1326-000

Drawn By:

AP & RM

SEE ELEVATIONS

10/04/2013

No.

Date

Description

EQ SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

6"

B.O. ACT SEE RCP ACT TYP

SEE ELEVATIONS

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD. ALIGN WITH ACT

36

B.O. STANDARDS

TYP. STORM WINDOW @ ALL SUITE WINDOWS

WINDOW HEAD @ 301A & 301B SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

ADJ. SHELVING UPPER SEE RCP

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

6

Drawing Number

TYP. STORM WINDOW @ ALL SUITE WINDOWS SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

A8.01

301 - OPEN OFFICE - WEST

Left & Below: design and construction of millwork

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

INTERIOR

ACT TYP

B.O. SOFFIT RUN FIN TUBE PIPING SEE RCP 2" THROUGH NEW FURR OUT WALL SEE ENG DRAWINGS

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER TO FACE OF NEW GWB COLUM ENCLOSURE

2A

6" MIN.

architecture planning interiors

NEW CORIAN SILL

l Hall 3rd Floor_rmartin.rvt

NEW FIN TUBE COVER

2A

ELL HALL 3RD FLOOR SUITE 301 RENOVATION

PERSPECTIVE 3

9/12/2013 vt

Project:

A

2A

RUN FIN TUBE PIPING THROUGH NEW FURR OUT WALL SEE ENG DRAWINGS

2A

A NEW SLIDING STORM WINDOW 4

Project Status:

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

Project No:

CORIAN TOP AT (E) WINDOW SILL HT.

Drawn By:

RM

Checked By:

GG

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER W/ COLUMN ENCLOSURE BEYOND.

Date X X X

(E) WAFFLE SLAB

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

4

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER W/ COLUMN ENCLOSURE BEYOND.

1326-000

10/04/2013

VIF

(E) WAFFLE SLAB

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

Issues No.

2

RUBBER BASE (TYP)

5/8" GYP

AIR SPACE

100% CDs

Issue Date:

CORIAN TOP AT (E) WINDOW SILL HT.

METAL STUDS

(E) CURTAIN WALL

METAL STUDS

CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT

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

99 CHAUNCY STREET BOSTON, MA 02111 617-338-5350 tel 617-338-0033 fax WWW.MDS-BOS.COM

VIF

5

CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT

MANUALLY OPERATED ROLLER SHADE SYSTEM W/ SNAPLOCKING FASCIA

AIR SPACE 1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

NEW SLIDING STORM WINDOW

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

4 1/2"

NEW CORIAN SILL

4" V.I.F.

5

5

4" V.I.F.

architecture planning interiors

MILLER DYER SPEARS INC.

SCALE: 1 1

RUBBER BASE (TYP) (E) MAS WALL (E) SPANDREL GLASS

Description

WINDOW SILL & HEAD @ 301 B.O. ACT SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

SEE RCP ACT TYP

(E) MAS WALL

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB (E) SPANDREL GLASS ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

EXISTING EXTERIOR WINDOW

Revisions No.

(E) WAFFLE SLAB

7

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ENLARGED PLAN AT TYP. EXTERIOR COLUMN ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

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

2

WINDOW SILL & HEAD @ 301 SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Date

ALIGN AND SEAL AT DIRTT WALL WHERE IT APPLIES

Above: storm window & sill drawings Description

DOOR

H.M. DOOR FRAME

6" MIN.

INTERIOR

A2A

B.O. SOFFIT SEE RCP

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ALIGN WITH TOP MULLION

CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT 4 5/8" GYP

1"

NEW FIN TUBE COVER

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ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER TO FACE OF NEW GWB COLUM ENCLOSURE

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER TO FACE OF NEW GWB COLUM ENCLOSURE

ACT TYP

2A RUN FIN TUBE PIPING THROUGH NEW FURR OUT WALL SEE ENG DRAWINGS

2' - 5" VIF

SEE RCP

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

NEW CORIAN SILL

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT NEW SLIDING ALUM. GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STORM WINDOW SYSTEM STUD TYP.

NEW FIN TUBE COVER

INTERIOR

(E) CURTAIN WALL

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

2' - 5" VIF

A9.02

NEW SLIDING ALUM. STORM WINDOW SYSTEM

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

6" MIN.

A9.02

MANUALLY OPERATED ROLLER SHADE SYSTEM W/ SNAPLOCKING FASCIA

B.O. SOFFIT SEE RCP

6" MIN.

6

2"

1"

1

5

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ALIGN WITH TOP MULLION

ACT TYP

As indicated

SEE RCP

5

WINDO

TYP. STORM WINDOW @ ALL SUITE WINDOWS

EQ

6

NOTES: 1) EQ. SPACED VERTICAL STANDARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 2'-6" O.C. 2) SEE ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF SHELVES.

8

2

529 MAIN STREET, SUITE 203 BOSTON, MA 02129 (617) 523-8227

EQ

7

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON PARTICLE BOARD SHELVES TYP. (SEE ELEVS. FOR WIDTHS OF SHELVES)

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

2' - 0"

RC-1

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

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

2' - 6"

7

8

HEAVY DUTY 48" STDS & BRACKETS, TYP. BRACKET DEPTH VARIES PER SHELF DEPTH. (FINISH AS SPECIFIED)

Drawing Title

PL-1

WINDOW HEAD @ 301A & 301B

R.W. SULLIVAN ENGINEERING

6" MIN.

2' - 10"

2' - 6"

GL-1

B.O. GWB SEE RCP

MEP/FP ENGINEER

ADJ. SHELVING UPPER

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

FILLER PANEL (EQ) 2' - 10" 2' - 10"

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD. ALIGN WITH ACT

ELL HALL 3RD FLOOR SUITE 301 RENOVATION

3

EQ

S6-XX

SCALE: 1 1

346 Huntington SCALE: Ave. Boston, 02115 1 1/2"MA = 1'-0"

NOTES: 2 1) EQ. SPACED VERTICAL STANDARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 2'-6" O.C. A9.01 2) SEE ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF SHELVES.

ALIGN W/ (E)

1' - 0" @ TYPE S6

A9.02 2' - 10"

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

SEE ELEVATIONS

BLOCKING REQUIRED AT ALL SHELVING LOCATIONS ON NEW WALLS. CLEAT MOUNTING IS ACCEPTABLE AT EXISTING WALLS.

WINDO

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

ACT TYP

ADJ. SHELVING UPPER

B.O. STANDARDS

FACE OF WALL

7

3' - 4"

8

SEE ELEVATIONS

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON ON PARTICLE BOARD END PANELS, AS NEEDED.

3

Above: existing window on the left, new storm window on the right

1' - 0"

A

1

SEE ELEVATIONS B.O. STANDARDS

NOTES: 1) EQ. SPACED VERTICAL STANDARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 2'-6" O.C. 2) SEE ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF SHELVES.

HEAVY DUTY 48" STDS & BRACKETS, TYP. BRACKET DEPTH VARIES PER SHELF DEPTH. (FINISH AS SPECIFIED)

6"

B

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON PARTICLE BOARD SHELVES TYP. (SEE ELEVS. FOR WIDTHS OF SHELVES)

Revisions

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

6"

6"

BLOCKING REQUIRED AT ALL SHELVING LOCATIONS ON NEW WALLS. CLEAT MOUNTING IS ACCEPTABLE AT EXISTING WALLS.

4 1/2"

c Copyright Miller Dyer Spears Inc.

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

B.O. GWB SEE RCP

HEAVY DUTY 48" STDS & BRACKETS, TYP. BRACKET DEPTH VARIES PER SHELF DEPTH. (FINISH AS SPECIFIED)

SEE ELEVATIONS

S6-XX

Above: progression of existing through completed corridor

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON PARTICLE BOARD SHELVES TYP. (SEE ELEVS. FOR WIDTHS OF2 SHELVES) A9.01

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON ON PARTICLE BOARD END PANELS, AS NEEDED.

1' - 0" @ TYPE S6

5

S6-XX

FACE OF WALL

EQ

Description

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

EQ

1' - 0" @ TYPE S6

X X X

301 - OPEN OFFICE - EAST

BLOCKING REQUIRED AT ALL SHELVING LOCATIONS ON NEW WALLS. CLEAT MOUNTING IS ACCEPTABLE AT EXISTING WALLS.

ALIGN W/ (E)

1' - 0"

SIM.

ENETTE - WEST

A9.01

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

Date

2

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON ON PARTICLE BOARD END PANELS, AS NEEDED.

EQ

No.

5

PL-1

2 A9.02

Issues

4' - 6"

4' - 6"

2' - 10"

Issue Date:

FACE OF WALL

GG

EQ

Checked By:

1' - 0"

EQ

7

Project No:

6"

4' - 0"

OPEN OFFICE 301

100% CDs

c Copyright Miller Dyer Spears Inc.

3

ALIGN W/ (E)

OPEN TO ROOM 301 BEYOND

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

B

c Copyright Miller Dyer Spears Inc.

99 CHAUNCY STREET BOSTON, MA 02111 617-338-5350 tel 617-338-0033 fax WWW.MDS-BOS.COM

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

MCT-1 RESILIENT FLOOR FINISH

4

SLT-XX-C JOHNSONITE SLIM LINE CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT TRANSITION SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

TRANS

SCALE: 3" =


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

MILLER DYER SPEARS INC.

Project Status:

1326-000

Drawn By:

AP & RM

SEE ELEVATIONS

10/04/2013

No.

Date

Description

EQ SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

6"

B.O. ACT SEE RCP ACT TYP

SEE ELEVATIONS

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD. ALIGN WITH ACT

36

B.O. STANDARDS

TYP. STORM WINDOW @ ALL SUITE WINDOWS

WINDOW HEAD @ 301A & 301B SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

ADJ. SHELVING UPPER SEE RCP

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

6

Drawing Number

TYP. STORM WINDOW @ ALL SUITE WINDOWS SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

A8.01

301 - OPEN OFFICE - WEST

Left & Below: design and construction of millwork

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

INTERIOR

ACT TYP

B.O. SOFFIT RUN FIN TUBE PIPING SEE RCP 2" THROUGH NEW FURR OUT WALL SEE ENG DRAWINGS

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER TO FACE OF NEW GWB COLUM ENCLOSURE

2A

6" MIN.

architecture planning interiors

NEW CORIAN SILL

l Hall 3rd Floor_rmartin.rvt

NEW FIN TUBE COVER

2A

ELL HALL 3RD FLOOR SUITE 301 RENOVATION

PERSPECTIVE 3

9/12/2013 vt

Project:

A

2A

RUN FIN TUBE PIPING THROUGH NEW FURR OUT WALL SEE ENG DRAWINGS

2A

A NEW SLIDING STORM WINDOW 4

Project Status:

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

Project No:

CORIAN TOP AT (E) WINDOW SILL HT.

Drawn By:

RM

Checked By:

GG

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER W/ COLUMN ENCLOSURE BEYOND.

Date X X X

(E) WAFFLE SLAB

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

4

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER W/ COLUMN ENCLOSURE BEYOND.

1326-000

10/04/2013

VIF

(E) WAFFLE SLAB

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

Issues No.

2

RUBBER BASE (TYP)

5/8" GYP

AIR SPACE

100% CDs

Issue Date:

CORIAN TOP AT (E) WINDOW SILL HT.

METAL STUDS

(E) CURTAIN WALL

METAL STUDS

CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT

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

99 CHAUNCY STREET BOSTON, MA 02111 617-338-5350 tel 617-338-0033 fax WWW.MDS-BOS.COM

VIF

5

CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT

MANUALLY OPERATED ROLLER SHADE SYSTEM W/ SNAPLOCKING FASCIA

AIR SPACE 1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

NEW SLIDING STORM WINDOW

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

4 1/2"

NEW CORIAN SILL

4" V.I.F.

5

5

4" V.I.F.

architecture planning interiors

MILLER DYER SPEARS INC.

SCALE: 1 1

RUBBER BASE (TYP) (E) MAS WALL (E) SPANDREL GLASS

Description

WINDOW SILL & HEAD @ 301 B.O. ACT SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

SEE RCP ACT TYP

(E) MAS WALL

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB (E) SPANDREL GLASS ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

EXISTING EXTERIOR WINDOW

Revisions No.

(E) WAFFLE SLAB

7

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ENLARGED PLAN AT TYP. EXTERIOR COLUMN ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

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

2

WINDOW SILL & HEAD @ 301 SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Date

ALIGN AND SEAL AT DIRTT WALL WHERE IT APPLIES

Above: storm window & sill drawings Description

DOOR

H.M. DOOR FRAME

6" MIN.

INTERIOR

A2A

B.O. SOFFIT SEE RCP

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ALIGN WITH TOP MULLION

CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT 4 5/8" GYP

1"

NEW FIN TUBE COVER

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ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER TO FACE OF NEW GWB COLUM ENCLOSURE

ALIGN FACE OF FIN TUBE COVER TO FACE OF NEW GWB COLUM ENCLOSURE

ACT TYP

2A RUN FIN TUBE PIPING THROUGH NEW FURR OUT WALL SEE ENG DRAWINGS

2' - 5" VIF

SEE RCP

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

NEW CORIAN SILL

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT NEW SLIDING ALUM. GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STORM WINDOW SYSTEM STUD TYP.

NEW FIN TUBE COVER

INTERIOR

(E) CURTAIN WALL

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

2' - 5" VIF

A9.02

NEW SLIDING ALUM. STORM WINDOW SYSTEM

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD TYP.

6" MIN.

A9.02

MANUALLY OPERATED ROLLER SHADE SYSTEM W/ SNAPLOCKING FASCIA

B.O. SOFFIT SEE RCP

6" MIN.

6

2"

1"

1

5

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ALIGN WITH TOP MULLION

ACT TYP

As indicated

SEE RCP

5

WINDO

TYP. STORM WINDOW @ ALL SUITE WINDOWS

EQ

6

NOTES: 1) EQ. SPACED VERTICAL STANDARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 2'-6" O.C. 2) SEE ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF SHELVES.

8

2

529 MAIN STREET, SUITE 203 BOSTON, MA 02129 (617) 523-8227

EQ

7

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON PARTICLE BOARD SHELVES TYP. (SEE ELEVS. FOR WIDTHS OF SHELVES)

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

2' - 0"

RC-1

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

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

2' - 6"

7

8

HEAVY DUTY 48" STDS & BRACKETS, TYP. BRACKET DEPTH VARIES PER SHELF DEPTH. (FINISH AS SPECIFIED)

Drawing Title

PL-1

WINDOW HEAD @ 301A & 301B

R.W. SULLIVAN ENGINEERING

6" MIN.

2' - 10"

2' - 6"

GL-1

B.O. GWB SEE RCP

MEP/FP ENGINEER

ADJ. SHELVING UPPER

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

FILLER PANEL (EQ) 2' - 10" 2' - 10"

1/2" SAG-RESISTANT GWB ON 3 5/8" MTL STUD. ALIGN WITH ACT

ELL HALL 3RD FLOOR SUITE 301 RENOVATION

3

EQ

S6-XX

SCALE: 1 1

346 Huntington SCALE: Ave. Boston, 02115 1 1/2"MA = 1'-0"

NOTES: 2 1) EQ. SPACED VERTICAL STANDARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 2'-6" O.C. A9.01 2) SEE ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF SHELVES.

ALIGN W/ (E)

1' - 0" @ TYPE S6

A9.02 2' - 10"

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

SEE ELEVATIONS

BLOCKING REQUIRED AT ALL SHELVING LOCATIONS ON NEW WALLS. CLEAT MOUNTING IS ACCEPTABLE AT EXISTING WALLS.

WINDO

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

ACT TYP

ADJ. SHELVING UPPER

B.O. STANDARDS

FACE OF WALL

7

3' - 4"

8

SEE ELEVATIONS

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON ON PARTICLE BOARD END PANELS, AS NEEDED.

3

Above: existing window on the left, new storm window on the right

1' - 0"

A

1

SEE ELEVATIONS B.O. STANDARDS

NOTES: 1) EQ. SPACED VERTICAL STANDARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 2'-6" O.C. 2) SEE ELEVATIONS FOR NUMBER OF SHELVES.

HEAVY DUTY 48" STDS & BRACKETS, TYP. BRACKET DEPTH VARIES PER SHELF DEPTH. (FINISH AS SPECIFIED)

6"

B

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON PARTICLE BOARD SHELVES TYP. (SEE ELEVS. FOR WIDTHS OF SHELVES)

Revisions

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

6"

6"

BLOCKING REQUIRED AT ALL SHELVING LOCATIONS ON NEW WALLS. CLEAT MOUNTING IS ACCEPTABLE AT EXISTING WALLS.

4 1/2"

c Copyright Miller Dyer Spears Inc.

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

B.O. GWB SEE RCP

HEAVY DUTY 48" STDS & BRACKETS, TYP. BRACKET DEPTH VARIES PER SHELF DEPTH. (FINISH AS SPECIFIED)

SEE ELEVATIONS

S6-XX

Above: progression of existing through completed corridor

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON PARTICLE BOARD SHELVES TYP. (SEE ELEVS. FOR WIDTHS OF2 SHELVES) A9.01

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON ON PARTICLE BOARD END PANELS, AS NEEDED.

1' - 0" @ TYPE S6

5

S6-XX

FACE OF WALL

EQ

Description

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

EQ

1' - 0" @ TYPE S6

X X X

301 - OPEN OFFICE - EAST

BLOCKING REQUIRED AT ALL SHELVING LOCATIONS ON NEW WALLS. CLEAT MOUNTING IS ACCEPTABLE AT EXISTING WALLS.

ALIGN W/ (E)

1' - 0"

SIM.

ENETTE - WEST

A9.01

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

Date

2

PLASTIC LAMINATE ON ON PARTICLE BOARD END PANELS, AS NEEDED.

EQ

No.

5

PL-1

2 A9.02

Issues

4' - 6"

4' - 6"

2' - 10"

Issue Date:

FACE OF WALL

GG

EQ

Checked By:

1' - 0"

EQ

7

Project No:

6"

4' - 0"

OPEN OFFICE 301

100% CDs

c Copyright Miller Dyer Spears Inc.

3

ALIGN W/ (E)

OPEN TO ROOM 301 BEYOND

7' - 9" (V.I.F.)

B

c Copyright Miller Dyer Spears Inc.

99 CHAUNCY STREET BOSTON, MA 02111 617-338-5350 tel 617-338-0033 fax WWW.MDS-BOS.COM

B.O. ACT SEE RCP

MCT-1 RESILIENT FLOOR FINISH

4

SLT-XX-C JOHNSONITE SLIM LINE CEILING DETAIL - TYP ACT-GWB SOFFIT TRANSITION SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

TRANS

SCALE: 3" =


Four-Story Expansion and Partial Renovation Project Brockton Neighborhood Health Center SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM_

SITE DIAGRAM_ REET GREEN ST

5 4 3 2 1

5

N

IO

CT

RU

T W NE ONS C

SITE OF ADD

4

PARKING LOT

3 2

5

MA IN

4 3

EXISTING BU

ST RE ET

2 PARKING

1

Existing Building

ON GI LE

WY PK

Addition

Level 5

MAIN ENTRANCE LEGION PARKWAY

* SHADED AREAS INDICATE NEW CONSTRUCTION.

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition Project Number: 157-01-00

Proposed Level 5 Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0"

Date: 3/30/2011

633 Highland Avenue, Ground Floor, Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894 Web: www.isgenuity.com

Location: Brockton, Massachusetts Scope: 36,000 SF Completion Date: Fall 2011 Project Description:* A 4-story addition onto the existing 65,000 SF Brockton Neighborhood Health Center

building to meet demands of increased patient enrolment Design Includes: Programming, Space Planning, Envelope Design, Interior Design, Consultant Coordination, Construction Documents,

*See Appendix for an in-depth project description

.


Four-Story Expansion and Partial Renovation Project Brockton Neighborhood Health Center SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM_

SITE DIAGRAM_ REET GREEN ST

5 4 3 2 1

5

N

IO

CT

RU

T W NE ONS C

SITE OF ADD

4

PARKING LOT

3 2

5

MA IN

4 3

EXISTING BU

ST RE ET

2 PARKING

1

Existing Building

ON GI LE

WY PK

Addition

Level 5

MAIN ENTRANCE LEGION PARKWAY

* SHADED AREAS INDICATE NEW CONSTRUCTION.

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition Project Number: 157-01-00

Proposed Level 5 Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0"

Date: 3/30/2011

633 Highland Avenue, Ground Floor, Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894 Web: www.isgenuity.com

Location: Brockton, Massachusetts Scope: 36,000 SF Completion Date: Fall 2011 Project Description:* A 4-story addition onto the existing 65,000 SF Brockton Neighborhood Health Center

building to meet demands of increased patient enrolment Design Includes: Programming, Space Planning, Envelope Design, Interior Design, Consultant Coordination, Construction Documents,

*See Appendix for an in-depth project description

.


PROPOSED ADDITION

PROPOSED ADDITION

EIFS EIFS PROPOSED ADDITION FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

PROPOSED ADDITION

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

FIXED ALUMINUM EIFS SYSTEM TYP. WINDOW

EIFS BRICK VENEER COLOR B

FIXED ALUMINUM EIFS WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR FIXEDAALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

EIFS

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP. BRICK VENEER COLOR B

BRICK VENEER COLOR B EIFS

EIFS

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR B

CANOPY

CANOPY

1

1

COLOR - North

1

North Elevation

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - North

1

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - East

East Elevation

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - East SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

PROPOSED ADDITION

PROPOSED ADDITION

EIFS PROPOSED ADDITION

PROPOSED ADDITION

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

EIFS CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR B

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

BRICK VENEER COLOR A CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM BRICK VENEER COLOR B

BRICK VENEER COLOR B

od Health Center Addition

od Health Center Addition

BRICK VENEER COLOR A BRICK VENEER COLOR B

2

2

COLOR - South

2

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - South

2

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

South Elevation

Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - West SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

West Elevation Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition

Elevations Elevations

COLOR - West

Date: 05/10/11

ProjectAvenue, Number: Ground 157-01-00 633 Highland Floor, Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition

Web: www.isgenuity.com

Elevations Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0"

Elevations

Date: 05/10/11

633 Highland Avenue, Ground Floor, Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894 Web: www.isgenuity.com


PROPOSED ADDITION

PROPOSED ADDITION

EIFS EIFS PROPOSED ADDITION FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

PROPOSED ADDITION

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

FIXED ALUMINUM EIFS SYSTEM TYP. WINDOW

EIFS BRICK VENEER COLOR B

FIXED ALUMINUM EIFS WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR FIXEDAALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

EIFS

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP. BRICK VENEER COLOR B

BRICK VENEER COLOR B EIFS

EIFS

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR B

CANOPY

CANOPY

1

1

COLOR - North

1

North Elevation

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - North

1

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - East

East Elevation

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - East SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

PROPOSED ADDITION

PROPOSED ADDITION

EIFS PROPOSED ADDITION

PROPOSED ADDITION

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

EIFS CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP.

BRICK VENEER COLOR B

BRICK VENEER COLOR A

BRICK VENEER COLOR A CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM BRICK VENEER COLOR B

BRICK VENEER COLOR B

od Health Center Addition

od Health Center Addition

BRICK VENEER COLOR A BRICK VENEER COLOR B

2

2

COLOR - South

2

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - South

2

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

South Elevation

Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

COLOR - West SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

West Elevation Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition

Elevations Elevations

COLOR - West

Date: 05/10/11

ProjectAvenue, Number: Ground 157-01-00 633 Highland Floor, Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Addition

Web: www.isgenuity.com

Elevations Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0"

Elevations

Date: 05/10/11

633 Highland Avenue, Ground Floor, Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894 Web: www.isgenuity.com


SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3"157-01-00 = 1'-0" Project Number:

COL

COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING W/DEFLECTION TRACK MORTAR NET WEEP HOLES

COUNTERFLASHING STEEL RELIEVING ANGLE

ALUMINUM FORMED COPING/FASCIA ALIGNED WITH EXISTING BLOCKING

SCHEDULED SLAB SEE STRL.

CLEATS WITH CONCEALED CONNECTIONS

RIGID INSULATION JOINT SEALANT

1'-3"

CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

2'-01" 8

3'-578"

1" 2" 8" 4 4"

12'

12'-678"

7A COLOR +7B COLOR

10" 41" 107" 31" 2 8 8

8'-681"

5'-4"

5'-4"

1'-9"

5" 5"

1'-8"

3'-578" 12'

29A COLOR

8'-681"

6'-5"

2'-6"

2"

2" 8"

12A COLOR +13B COLOR

2"

3'-578"

3'-11" 8" 2"

12'

29A COLOR

8'-681"

2" 8"

2'

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

24 A8.10

GYP BD SOFFIT

12' 21 A8.10

8'-681"

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

EXISTING PRECAST BANDING

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

WALL SECTION - TYPICAL CAVITY WALL

sections & elevation

A COLOR: RED BRICK B COLOR: BROWN BRICK C COLOR: WHITE BRICK - JUMBO SIZE

30 A8.10

RELIEVING ANGLE TYP.

14 A8.10

EXISTING PRECAST BANDING

EXISTING STRUCTURE

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

Brockton Neighborhood Above: wall Health Center Phase 3 Addition

INTERIOR WOOD SILL

BRICK EXTERIOR SILL

NORTH

3

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

26 A8.10

EIFS SPANDREL PANEL RIGID ISULATION

3'-578"

8" 2"

12 A8.10

A8.10 PRELIMINARY -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION-

TAPERED SLOPED RIGID INSULATION

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

13 A8.10

PROTECTION BD

CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

5'-7"

2'-6"

Date Issued: June 3, 2011

Project Number: 157-01-00 EXTERIOR PACKAGE

EPDM ROOF MEMBRANE

25 A8.10

2" 8"

Scale: AS NOTED

5" 8

6/3/2011 3:52:37 PM

BATT INSULATION COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING

3'-183"

3'-57" 8

CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

14 A8.10

RIGID INSULATION CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

5'-7"

2'-8"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL 2010

SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: =3"1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

3'-57" 8

3'-521"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL 1011 21

21 A8.10

1'-67" 3 3" 8 1 " 4 4

EXISTING STRUCTURE

2

ELEVATION - TYPICAL LARGE SCALE BAY SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

8'-8" PLAN REPEAT

1

WALL SECTION - TYPICAL CAVITY WALL AT WINDOW OPENINGS SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

2'-6"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

A8.10 (SIMILAR AT BRICK BEYOND)

7 3" 13" 1'-68" 11" 4 4 4

GYP BD ON COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING W BATT INS.

EXTERIOR WALL DETAILS

EXTERIOR WALL DETAILS

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

12' 8'-61" 8

ALUMINUM WINDOW HEAD RIGID MATCH INSULATION EXISTING PROFILE EIFS WITH DRAINAGE (SIM INSULATING DETAIL AT GLASS UNITS Scale: AS NOTEDBRICK) Date Issued: June 3, 2011 EIFS WITH EXTERIOR DRAINAGE SHEATHING BEYOND

5" 8

EIFS WITH DRAINAGE BEYOND

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Phase 3 Addition

Brockton Neighborhood CONTINUOUS Health Center JOINTAIR SEALANT AND VAPOR AND BACKER BARRIER Phase 3 ROD Addition

6"

24 A8.10

GYP. BD SOFFIT

12A COLOR +13B COLOR

3" 4

1 2"

28A COLOR

5" 8

2"

12'

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

26 A8.10

12 A8.10

3'-11"

2"

2" 8"

2'

8" 2"

358"

8" 2"

1 2"

EIFS RAISED DETAIL TYP

3" 4

6"

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

13 A8.10

134"

3" 4

25 A8.10

FIRESTOPPING AT SLAB

RIGID INSULATION

2X PT BLOCKING CLEATS WITH CONCEALED CONNECTIONS FLASHING

1'-3"

21 A8.10

2'-1021"

5" 8

TAPERED SLOPED RIGID INSULATION

CONTINUOUS AIR/VAPOR BARRIER

Issuance Schedule Number Date Description

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP. LT. GA. BRACING REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS (TYP.)

4A COLOR +5B COLOR

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

2"

EPDM ROOF MEMBRANE

3"

2"

PRELIMINARY 5/8" GYP BD ON 6" MTL. STUDS. BATT INS. -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION- 5/8" EXTERIOR SHEATHING

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

2'-1021"

358"

VENEER BRICK RIGID MORTAR JOINT INSULATING INSULATION GLASS UNITS FIRESTOPPING EIFS WITH EIFS WITH EXTERIOR DRAINAGE DRAINAGE (SIM SHEATHING BEYOND DETAIL AT (SIMILAR WITH BRICK) AIR SPACE BRICK BEYOND) (CAVITY) EXTERIOR SHEATHING

BRICK TIES @ 2'-0" O.C. HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL

COLD FORMED MTL PRELIMINARY FRAMING WITH BATT ALUMINUM -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTIONINSULATION FORMED RIGID COPING/FASCIA INSULATION ALIGNED WITH COUNTERFLASHING EXISTING CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BLOCKING BARRIER EIFS WITH DRAINAGE EXTERIOR PROTECTION BD SHEATHING

421"

24 A8.10

LT. GA. BRACING REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS (TYP.)

3" 4

1'-3"

EXTERIOR PACKAGE

134"

CONTINUOUS ALUMINUM AIRCLEATS AND VAPOR WITH WINDOW BARRIER CONCEALED MULLION CONNECTIONS MATCH RIGID EXISTING INSULATION CONTINUOUS DIMENSION AND AIR AND VAPOR JOINT SEALANT EXTERIOR BARRIER PROFILE

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

11 A8.10

12 A8.10

6'-5"

TAPERED SLOPED RIGID INSULATION

BLOCKING INSULATING GLASS UNITS SCHEDULED SLAB SEE STRL. PROTECTION BD

12 WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL 11 23 SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: =3"1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

EPDM ROOF MEMBRANE

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

NORTH

30'-5"

COL

BRICK VENEER

5'-7"

ROD AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER 2X PT BLOCKING RIGID RIGID COUNTERINSULATION INSULATION FLASHING EXTERIOR STEEL JOINT SEALANT SHEATHING RELIEVING ANGLE CONTINUOUS METAL BRICK AIRVENEER AND VAPOR FLASHING MORTAR JOINT WITH BARRIER DRIP EDGE TO WRAP ANGLE CFMF WITH BATT FIRESTOPPING MORTAR JOINT INSULATION EXTERIOR VENEER BRICK SHEATHING BATT INSULATION AIR SPACE EXTERIOR EIFS WITH(CAVITY) DRAINAGE SHEATHING PROFILE AIR SPACE MATCH (CAVITY) EXISTING

BRICK VENEER

20 30 EXTERIOR PACKAGE

22 A8.10

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

11 A8.10

6'-5"

INTERIOR BATT GYP BD INSULATION PTD ALUMINUM COLD FORMED FORMED METAL FRAMING COPING/FASCIA ALIGNED WITH EXISTING

JOINT SEALANT WEEP HOLES AND BACKER CONTINUOUS

EIFS BUILT UP (RAISED) PROFILE TYP

3'-134"

COL

20 A8.10

21 A8.10

EIFS RECESSED PROFILE TYP

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Below: Rendering of envelope & window systems INSULATING GLASS UNITS

FIXED ALUMINUM STOREFRONT SYSTEM TYP.

CONTINUOUS AIR/VAPOR BARRIER

787"

RIGID BATT EIFS WITH INSULATION INSULATION DRAINAGE CONTINUOUS COLD FORMED BEYOND AIR AND VAPOR METAL FRAMING (SIMILAR ATBARRIER BRICK BEYOND) COLD FORMED ALUMINUM METAL WINDOW SILL FRAMING W/DEFLECTION MATCH EXISTING TRACK PROFILE SCHEDULED MORTAR NET FLASHING SLAB SEE STRL.

SLOPE

FASTENERS @ 24" 10 A8.10

RIGID INSULATION

Above: various window details

SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

COL.

8'-61" 8

2021

SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

DRIP EDGE ALUMINUM WINDOW HEAD MATCH EXISTING 2X PT BLOCKING PROFILE RIGID INSULATION INSULATING EXTERIOR GLASS UNITS SHEATHING EIFS WITH CONTINUOUS DRAINAGE AIRBEYOND AND VAPOR (SIMILARBARRIER AT BRICK BEYOND) CFMF WITH BATT INSULATION

NORTH WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

1 2"

EIFS

3'-578"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

ALUMINUM FORMED COPING/ FASCIA HEIGHT OF COPING TO ALIGN WITH EXISTING BUILDING 1

12'

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

DRAINAGE BEYOND (SIMILAR AT BRICK BEYOND) EIFS WITH DRAINAGE BEYOND

EIFS

1 -

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

10 A8.10

8'-681"

23 21

PROFILE EIFS WITH DRAINAGE INSULATING BEYOND GLASS UNITS (SIMILAR WITH BRICK BEYOND) EIFS WITH

3 -

COL.

1-1/2" FASTENERS @ 24" O.C.

JOINT SEALANT AND BACKER FLASHING ROD JOINT SEALANT BRICK AND BACKERSILL ROD METAL FLASHING WITH

ALUMINUM WINDOW HEAD INSULATING MATCH GLASS UNITS EXISTING

GLASS UNITS CFMF WITH BATT INSULATION EIFS WITH DRAINAGE BEYOND (SIMILAR WITH BRICK BEYOND) EIFS WITH DRAINAGE PROFILE MATCH EIFS WITH EXISTING DRAINAGE BEYOND

RIGID INSULATION SLOPED TO DRAIN ALUMINUM FORMED COPING/ FASCIA HEIGHT OF COPING TO ALIGN WITH EXISTING BUILDING

3'-134"

2X PT BLOCKING ALUMINUM WINDOW MULLION FLASHING MATCH EXISTING JOINT SEALANT DIMENSION AND AND BACKER EXTERIOR ROD PROFILE

85 Main Street Watertown, MA 02472 Tel 617 926 9300 Fax 617 926 9301

3'-578"

FLASHING JOINT SEALANT AND BACKER ALUMINUM ROD WINDOW 2X PT BLOCKING MULLION RIGIDMATCH INSULATION EXISTING DIMENSION AND EXTERIOR EXTERIOR SHEATHING PROFILE CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER INSULATING

Exterior Envelope & Wall Systems

Issuance Schedule Structural Engineer Number Date Description Richmond So Engineers

12'

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

BEYOND (SIMILAR AT BRICK BEYOND) ALUMINUM WINDOW SILL MATCH EXISTING INSULATING PROFILE GLASS UNITS

MEP/FP Engineer

Thompson Consultants, Inc. 525 Mill Street Marion, MA 02738 Tel 508 748 2620 Fax 508 748 0059

COLD FORMED MTL FRAMING WITH BATT INSULATING INSULATION GLASS UNITRIGID BRICK INSULATION BEYOND COUNTERFLASHING MORTAR JOINT Issuance Schedule CONTINUOUS BEYOND AIR AND VAPOR Number Date Description BARRIER ALUMINUM EIFS WITH WINDOW SILL DRAINAGE MATCH EXTERIOR EXISTING SHEATHING PROFILE 2X PT BLOCKING

COLD FORMED MTL INTERIOR GYP BD FRAMING WITH BATT PTD INSULATION RIGID INSULATION COUNTERFLASHING CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER INSULATING EIFS WITH GLASS UNITS DRAINAGE EXTERIOR SHEATHING

8'-681"

INTERIOR GYP EIFS BD WITH PTD DRAINAGE

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"


SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3"157-01-00 = 1'-0" Project Number:

COL

COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING W/DEFLECTION TRACK MORTAR NET WEEP HOLES

COUNTERFLASHING STEEL RELIEVING ANGLE

ALUMINUM FORMED COPING/FASCIA ALIGNED WITH EXISTING BLOCKING

SCHEDULED SLAB SEE STRL.

CLEATS WITH CONCEALED CONNECTIONS

RIGID INSULATION JOINT SEALANT

1'-3"

CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

2'-01" 8

3'-578"

1" 2" 8" 4 4"

12'

12'-678"

7A COLOR +7B COLOR

10" 41" 107" 31" 2 8 8

8'-681"

5'-4"

5'-4"

1'-9"

5" 5"

1'-8"

3'-578" 12'

29A COLOR

8'-681"

6'-5"

2'-6"

2"

2" 8"

12A COLOR +13B COLOR

2"

3'-578"

3'-11" 8" 2"

12'

29A COLOR

8'-681"

2" 8"

2'

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

24 A8.10

GYP BD SOFFIT

12' 21 A8.10

8'-681"

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

EXISTING PRECAST BANDING

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

WALL SECTION - TYPICAL CAVITY WALL

sections & elevation

A COLOR: RED BRICK B COLOR: BROWN BRICK C COLOR: WHITE BRICK - JUMBO SIZE

30 A8.10

RELIEVING ANGLE TYP.

14 A8.10

EXISTING PRECAST BANDING

EXISTING STRUCTURE

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

Brockton Neighborhood Above: wall Health Center Phase 3 Addition

INTERIOR WOOD SILL

BRICK EXTERIOR SILL

NORTH

3

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

26 A8.10

EIFS SPANDREL PANEL RIGID ISULATION

3'-578"

8" 2"

12 A8.10

A8.10 PRELIMINARY -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION-

TAPERED SLOPED RIGID INSULATION

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

13 A8.10

PROTECTION BD

CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

5'-7"

2'-6"

Date Issued: June 3, 2011

Project Number: 157-01-00 EXTERIOR PACKAGE

EPDM ROOF MEMBRANE

25 A8.10

2" 8"

Scale: AS NOTED

5" 8

6/3/2011 3:52:37 PM

BATT INSULATION COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING

3'-183"

3'-57" 8

CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

14 A8.10

RIGID INSULATION CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER

5'-7"

2'-8"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL 2010

SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: =3"1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

3'-57" 8

3'-521"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL 1011 21

21 A8.10

1'-67" 3 3" 8 1 " 4 4

EXISTING STRUCTURE

2

ELEVATION - TYPICAL LARGE SCALE BAY SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

8'-8" PLAN REPEAT

1

WALL SECTION - TYPICAL CAVITY WALL AT WINDOW OPENINGS SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

2'-6"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

A8.10 (SIMILAR AT BRICK BEYOND)

7 3" 13" 1'-68" 11" 4 4 4

GYP BD ON COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING W BATT INS.

EXTERIOR WALL DETAILS

EXTERIOR WALL DETAILS

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

12' 8'-61" 8

ALUMINUM WINDOW HEAD RIGID MATCH INSULATION EXISTING PROFILE EIFS WITH DRAINAGE (SIM INSULATING DETAIL AT GLASS UNITS Scale: AS NOTEDBRICK) Date Issued: June 3, 2011 EIFS WITH EXTERIOR DRAINAGE SHEATHING BEYOND

5" 8

EIFS WITH DRAINAGE BEYOND

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Phase 3 Addition

Brockton Neighborhood CONTINUOUS Health Center JOINTAIR SEALANT AND VAPOR AND BACKER BARRIER Phase 3 ROD Addition

6"

24 A8.10

GYP. BD SOFFIT

12A COLOR +13B COLOR

3" 4

1 2"

28A COLOR

5" 8

2"

12'

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

26 A8.10

12 A8.10

3'-11"

2"

2" 8"

2'

8" 2"

358"

8" 2"

1 2"

EIFS RAISED DETAIL TYP

3" 4

6"

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

13 A8.10

134"

3" 4

25 A8.10

FIRESTOPPING AT SLAB

RIGID INSULATION

2X PT BLOCKING CLEATS WITH CONCEALED CONNECTIONS FLASHING

1'-3"

21 A8.10

2'-1021"

5" 8

TAPERED SLOPED RIGID INSULATION

CONTINUOUS AIR/VAPOR BARRIER

Issuance Schedule Number Date Description

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW SYSTEM TYP. LT. GA. BRACING REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS (TYP.)

4A COLOR +5B COLOR

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

2"

EPDM ROOF MEMBRANE

3"

2"

PRELIMINARY 5/8" GYP BD ON 6" MTL. STUDS. BATT INS. -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION- 5/8" EXTERIOR SHEATHING

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

2'-1021"

358"

VENEER BRICK RIGID MORTAR JOINT INSULATING INSULATION GLASS UNITS FIRESTOPPING EIFS WITH EIFS WITH EXTERIOR DRAINAGE DRAINAGE (SIM SHEATHING BEYOND DETAIL AT (SIMILAR WITH BRICK) AIR SPACE BRICK BEYOND) (CAVITY) EXTERIOR SHEATHING

BRICK TIES @ 2'-0" O.C. HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL

COLD FORMED MTL PRELIMINARY FRAMING WITH BATT ALUMINUM -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTIONINSULATION FORMED RIGID COPING/FASCIA INSULATION ALIGNED WITH COUNTERFLASHING EXISTING CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BLOCKING BARRIER EIFS WITH DRAINAGE EXTERIOR PROTECTION BD SHEATHING

421"

24 A8.10

LT. GA. BRACING REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS (TYP.)

3" 4

1'-3"

EXTERIOR PACKAGE

134"

CONTINUOUS ALUMINUM AIRCLEATS AND VAPOR WITH WINDOW BARRIER CONCEALED MULLION CONNECTIONS MATCH RIGID EXISTING INSULATION CONTINUOUS DIMENSION AND AIR AND VAPOR JOINT SEALANT EXTERIOR BARRIER PROFILE

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

11 A8.10

12 A8.10

6'-5"

TAPERED SLOPED RIGID INSULATION

BLOCKING INSULATING GLASS UNITS SCHEDULED SLAB SEE STRL. PROTECTION BD

12 WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL 11 23 SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: =3"1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

EPDM ROOF MEMBRANE

RELIEVING ANGLE ELEVATION

NORTH

30'-5"

COL

BRICK VENEER

5'-7"

ROD AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER 2X PT BLOCKING RIGID RIGID COUNTERINSULATION INSULATION FLASHING EXTERIOR STEEL JOINT SEALANT SHEATHING RELIEVING ANGLE CONTINUOUS METAL BRICK AIRVENEER AND VAPOR FLASHING MORTAR JOINT WITH BARRIER DRIP EDGE TO WRAP ANGLE CFMF WITH BATT FIRESTOPPING MORTAR JOINT INSULATION EXTERIOR VENEER BRICK SHEATHING BATT INSULATION AIR SPACE EXTERIOR EIFS WITH(CAVITY) DRAINAGE SHEATHING PROFILE AIR SPACE MATCH (CAVITY) EXISTING

BRICK VENEER

20 30 EXTERIOR PACKAGE

22 A8.10

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

11 A8.10

6'-5"

INTERIOR BATT GYP BD INSULATION PTD ALUMINUM COLD FORMED FORMED METAL FRAMING COPING/FASCIA ALIGNED WITH EXISTING

JOINT SEALANT WEEP HOLES AND BACKER CONTINUOUS

EIFS BUILT UP (RAISED) PROFILE TYP

3'-134"

COL

20 A8.10

21 A8.10

EIFS RECESSED PROFILE TYP

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Below: Rendering of envelope & window systems INSULATING GLASS UNITS

FIXED ALUMINUM STOREFRONT SYSTEM TYP.

CONTINUOUS AIR/VAPOR BARRIER

787"

RIGID BATT EIFS WITH INSULATION INSULATION DRAINAGE CONTINUOUS COLD FORMED BEYOND AIR AND VAPOR METAL FRAMING (SIMILAR ATBARRIER BRICK BEYOND) COLD FORMED ALUMINUM METAL WINDOW SILL FRAMING W/DEFLECTION MATCH EXISTING TRACK PROFILE SCHEDULED MORTAR NET FLASHING SLAB SEE STRL.

SLOPE

FASTENERS @ 24" 10 A8.10

RIGID INSULATION

Above: various window details

SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

COL.

8'-61" 8

2021

SCALE: = 1'-0" SCALE: 3" =3"1'-0"

DRIP EDGE ALUMINUM WINDOW HEAD MATCH EXISTING 2X PT BLOCKING PROFILE RIGID INSULATION INSULATING EXTERIOR GLASS UNITS SHEATHING EIFS WITH CONTINUOUS DRAINAGE AIRBEYOND AND VAPOR (SIMILARBARRIER AT BRICK BEYOND) CFMF WITH BATT INSULATION

NORTH WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

1 2"

EIFS

3'-578"

WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL WALL DETAIL - CAVITY WALL

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

ALUMINUM FORMED COPING/ FASCIA HEIGHT OF COPING TO ALIGN WITH EXISTING BUILDING 1

12'

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

DRAINAGE BEYOND (SIMILAR AT BRICK BEYOND) EIFS WITH DRAINAGE BEYOND

EIFS

1 -

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

10 A8.10

8'-681"

23 21

PROFILE EIFS WITH DRAINAGE INSULATING BEYOND GLASS UNITS (SIMILAR WITH BRICK BEYOND) EIFS WITH

3 -

COL.

1-1/2" FASTENERS @ 24" O.C.

JOINT SEALANT AND BACKER FLASHING ROD JOINT SEALANT BRICK AND BACKERSILL ROD METAL FLASHING WITH

ALUMINUM WINDOW HEAD INSULATING MATCH GLASS UNITS EXISTING

GLASS UNITS CFMF WITH BATT INSULATION EIFS WITH DRAINAGE BEYOND (SIMILAR WITH BRICK BEYOND) EIFS WITH DRAINAGE PROFILE MATCH EIFS WITH EXISTING DRAINAGE BEYOND

RIGID INSULATION SLOPED TO DRAIN ALUMINUM FORMED COPING/ FASCIA HEIGHT OF COPING TO ALIGN WITH EXISTING BUILDING

3'-134"

2X PT BLOCKING ALUMINUM WINDOW MULLION FLASHING MATCH EXISTING JOINT SEALANT DIMENSION AND AND BACKER EXTERIOR ROD PROFILE

85 Main Street Watertown, MA 02472 Tel 617 926 9300 Fax 617 926 9301

3'-578"

FLASHING JOINT SEALANT AND BACKER ALUMINUM ROD WINDOW 2X PT BLOCKING MULLION RIGIDMATCH INSULATION EXISTING DIMENSION AND EXTERIOR EXTERIOR SHEATHING PROFILE CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER INSULATING

Exterior Envelope & Wall Systems

Issuance Schedule Structural Engineer Number Date Description Richmond So Engineers

12'

INSULATING GLASS UNITS

BEYOND (SIMILAR AT BRICK BEYOND) ALUMINUM WINDOW SILL MATCH EXISTING INSULATING PROFILE GLASS UNITS

MEP/FP Engineer

Thompson Consultants, Inc. 525 Mill Street Marion, MA 02738 Tel 508 748 2620 Fax 508 748 0059

COLD FORMED MTL FRAMING WITH BATT INSULATING INSULATION GLASS UNITRIGID BRICK INSULATION BEYOND COUNTERFLASHING MORTAR JOINT Issuance Schedule CONTINUOUS BEYOND AIR AND VAPOR Number Date Description BARRIER ALUMINUM EIFS WITH WINDOW SILL DRAINAGE MATCH EXTERIOR EXISTING SHEATHING PROFILE 2X PT BLOCKING

COLD FORMED MTL INTERIOR GYP BD FRAMING WITH BATT PTD INSULATION RIGID INSULATION COUNTERFLASHING CONTINUOUS AIR AND VAPOR BARRIER INSULATING EIFS WITH GLASS UNITS DRAINAGE EXTERIOR SHEATHING

8'-681"

INTERIOR GYP EIFS BD WITH PTD DRAINAGE

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"


1 -

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

10 A8.10

40 A8.10

221"

2'-6"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

2'-6"

221"

EIFS RECESS IN EIFS VISION GLAZING (INSULATED GLASS UNITS)

Architect

Isgenuity LLC 633 Highland Avenue Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894 Web: www.isgenuity.com

Construction Manager

20 A8.10

3

EIFS

Wise Construction Corp. 21 East Street Winchester, MA 01890 Tel 781 721 1100 Fax 781 721 5764

PLAN - CURTAIN WALL SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

Civil Engineer

VISION GLAZING (INSULATED GLASS UNITS)

Thompson-Farland HBW, Inc. 30 North Water Street New Bedford, MA 02740 Tel 508 717 3479 Fax 508 717 3481

21 A8.10

EIFS

VENEER BRICK "A" 22 A8.10

221"

RELIEVING ANGLE

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

10 A8.11

RIGID INSULATION, EXTERIOR SHEATHING, CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER GYP BD ON COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING W BATT INS.

Structural Engineer

INTERIOR STRUCTURAL CONDITION VARIES: TIE BRICK ANGLE TO STRUCTURE

Richmond So Engineers 85 Main Street Watertown, MA 02472 Tel 617 926 9300 Fax 617 926 9301

VENEER BRICK "A"

2'-021"

PRECAST BANDING MORTAR NET

2'-021"

221"

THROUGH END FLASHING AND COUNTERFLASHING WEEP BLOCK MORTAR FILLER (GROUT SOLID) VENEER BRICK "C" (JUMBO WHITE) MATCH EXISTING CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL AND BRICK SHELF

221"

2'-021"

221"

VISION GLAZING (INSULATED GLASS UNITS)

MEP/FP Engineer

Thompson Consultants, Inc. 525 Mill Street Marion, MA 02738 Tel 508 748 2620 Fax 508 748 0059

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

BRICK SOLDIER COURSE

2'-021"

221" 21" 9" 2 5"

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

SLAB ON GRADE, SEE STRUCTURAL UNDERSLAB VAPOR BARRIER TO BE REINFORCED HEAVY DUTY GRAVEL/EARTH

1'-321"

BRICK SHELF

221"

1'-321"

221"

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

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SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

11 A8.11

SLOPE VARIES

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

LEVEL 1 (0') 117'-0"

1" PROTECTION BOARD WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

BOTTOM OF FOOTING 113'-0"

Number

Issuance Schedule Date Description

2'-021"

221"

2'-021"

2" RIGID INSULATION BOARD

SECTION DETAIL THROUGH BASE OF BRICK WALL AT AND NEAR NEW STAIR TOWER SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

1'-321"

221"

2'-021"

221"

2'-021"

221"

4

221"

1'-321"

221"

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

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SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

11 A8.11

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

Upper Left: wall sections & elevation

221"

2'-021"

NORTH

EXTERIOR PACKAGE

221"

2'-021"

PRELIMINARY -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION-

2'-021"

221"

2'-021"

Below: rendering vs. finished envelope

821" 21" 21" 2 6" 2

3 -

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Phase 3 Addition

SG

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

Right: rendering of proposed envelope WALL SECTIONS

6/3/2011 3:52:46 PM

Scale: 1/2"= 1'-0"

2

ELEVATION - CURTAIN WALL SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

SPANDREL= SG

1

ELEVATION - CURTAIN WALL SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

Date Issued: June 3, 2011

A3.21 Bottom Right: existing vs. finished envelope Project Number: 157-01-00


1 -

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

ROOF (60' - 0") 189'-10"

10 A8.10

40 A8.10

221"

2'-6"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

3'-1034"

221"

2'-6"

221"

EIFS RECESS IN EIFS VISION GLAZING (INSULATED GLASS UNITS)

Architect

Isgenuity LLC 633 Highland Avenue Needham, MA 02494 Tel 781 444 2747 Fax 781 444 0894 Web: www.isgenuity.com

Construction Manager

20 A8.10

3

EIFS

Wise Construction Corp. 21 East Street Winchester, MA 01890 Tel 781 721 1100 Fax 781 721 5764

PLAN - CURTAIN WALL SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

Civil Engineer

VISION GLAZING (INSULATED GLASS UNITS)

Thompson-Farland HBW, Inc. 30 North Water Street New Bedford, MA 02740 Tel 508 717 3479 Fax 508 717 3481

21 A8.10

EIFS

VENEER BRICK "A" 22 A8.10

221"

RELIEVING ANGLE

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

10 A8.11

RIGID INSULATION, EXTERIOR SHEATHING, CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER GYP BD ON COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING W BATT INS.

Structural Engineer

INTERIOR STRUCTURAL CONDITION VARIES: TIE BRICK ANGLE TO STRUCTURE

Richmond So Engineers 85 Main Street Watertown, MA 02472 Tel 617 926 9300 Fax 617 926 9301

VENEER BRICK "A"

2'-021"

PRECAST BANDING MORTAR NET

2'-021"

221"

THROUGH END FLASHING AND COUNTERFLASHING WEEP BLOCK MORTAR FILLER (GROUT SOLID) VENEER BRICK "C" (JUMBO WHITE) MATCH EXISTING CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL AND BRICK SHELF

221"

2'-021"

221"

VISION GLAZING (INSULATED GLASS UNITS)

MEP/FP Engineer

Thompson Consultants, Inc. 525 Mill Street Marion, MA 02738 Tel 508 748 2620 Fax 508 748 0059

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

BRICK SOLDIER COURSE

2'-021"

221" 21" 9" 2 5"

LEVEL 5 (48' - 0") 165' - 0"

SLAB ON GRADE, SEE STRUCTURAL UNDERSLAB VAPOR BARRIER TO BE REINFORCED HEAVY DUTY GRAVEL/EARTH

1'-321"

BRICK SHELF

221"

1'-321"

221"

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

11 A8.11

SLOPE VARIES

LEVEL 4 (36' - 0") 153' - 0"

LEVEL 1 (0') 117'-0"

1" PROTECTION BOARD WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

BOTTOM OF FOOTING 113'-0"

Number

Issuance Schedule Date Description

2'-021"

221"

2'-021"

2" RIGID INSULATION BOARD

SECTION DETAIL THROUGH BASE OF BRICK WALL AT AND NEAR NEW STAIR TOWER SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

1'-321"

221"

2'-021"

221"

2'-021"

221"

4

221"

1'-321"

221"

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

11 A8.11

LEVEL 3 (24' - 0") 141' - 0"

Upper Left: wall sections & elevation

221"

2'-021"

NORTH

EXTERIOR PACKAGE

221"

2'-021"

PRELIMINARY -NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION-

2'-021"

221"

2'-021"

Below: rendering vs. finished envelope

821" 21" 21" 2 6" 2

3 -

SG

SG

SG

SG

SG

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Phase 3 Addition

SG

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

LEVEL 2 (12' - 0") 129' - 0"

Right: rendering of proposed envelope WALL SECTIONS

6/3/2011 3:52:46 PM

Scale: 1/2"= 1'-0"

2

ELEVATION - CURTAIN WALL SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

SPANDREL= SG

1

ELEVATION - CURTAIN WALL SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

Date Issued: June 3, 2011

A3.21 Bottom Right: existing vs. finished envelope Project Number: 157-01-00


Thayer Dining Hall: Gut Renovation & Exterior Upgrade Dartmouth College

Location: Hanover, New Hampshire Scope: 72,000 SF Completion Date: Summer 2011 Project Description: Taking a historical Dartmouth College building and re-envisioning the design toward a more

modern and usable space for student diners, cooks and administrative staff. Design Includes: Envelope Upgrade, New Building Entries, ADA & Code Upgrades, Complete Gut, Servery & Dining Space Redesign, Construction Docs


Thayer Dining Hall: Gut Renovation & Exterior Upgrade Dartmouth College

Location: Hanover, New Hampshire Scope: 72,000 SF Completion Date: Summer 2011 Project Description: Taking a historical Dartmouth College building and re-envisioning the design toward a more

modern and usable space for student diners, cooks and administrative staff. Design Includes: Envelope Upgrade, New Building Entries, ADA & Code Upgrades, Complete Gut, Servery & Dining Space Redesign, Construction Docs


DARTMOUTH CAMPUS MAP | PERMEABILITY ANALYSIS

New Accessible Main Entrance

ExIsTInG EAsT ElEVATIon

ExIsTInG EAsT ElEVATIon

NEW MECHAN +/- 15’ AB

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWERL LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

NEW MECHAN +/- 15’ AB

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWERL LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENRTY

ENLARGED LANDING TO ALLOW FOR ACCESIBLE RAMP

SOUTH MASSACHUSETTS

DARTMOUTH CAMPUS: PERMEABLE/IMPERMEABLE SURFACE CEMETERY CEMETERY LANE

LIMIT OF WORK

Rev.

Date

Remarks

GENERATOR

MAIN ENTRY PARKING LOT

ENLARGED LANDING TO ALLOW FOR ACCESIBLE RAMP

PRoPosEd EAsT ElEVATIon

SOUTH FAIRBANKS

THAYER DINING HALL REPLACEMENT

NEW MECHAN NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENRTY

CLASS OF 1953 COMMONS

REUSE EXISTING GRANITE FOR STAIR

DUMPSTER

C l A s s oPRoPosEd f 1953 C o MElEVATIon M o n s __DARTMOuTH EAsT

COllEGE

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH

COllEGE

ROBINSON

Date

FEBRUARY 23, 2010

Scale

EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN

Project Number Drawn By

1/16" = 1'-0" DDT-251 Author

DUMPSTER BRICK PAVERS

Dartmouth College

PROPANE STORAGE

Class of 1953 Commons

PROPANE TANKS

Hanover, NH

MASS ROW

PARKING LOT

COLLIS CENTER

THETA DELTA CHI

PSI UPSILON

PROJECT NORTH

PROPOSED ROOF PLAN 3/2010 12:08:02 PM

Site Plan

ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH

100 % SCHEMATIC DESIGN

PROPOSED EAST ENTRY PLAN


DARTMOUTH CAMPUS MAP | PERMEABILITY ANALYSIS

New Accessible Main Entrance

ExIsTInG EAsT ElEVATIon

ExIsTInG EAsT ElEVATIon

NEW MECHAN +/- 15’ AB

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWERL LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

NEW MECHAN +/- 15’ AB

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWERL LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENRTY

ENLARGED LANDING TO ALLOW FOR ACCESIBLE RAMP

SOUTH MASSACHUSETTS

DARTMOUTH CAMPUS: PERMEABLE/IMPERMEABLE SURFACE CEMETERY CEMETERY LANE

LIMIT OF WORK

Rev.

Date

Remarks

GENERATOR

MAIN ENTRY PARKING LOT

ENLARGED LANDING TO ALLOW FOR ACCESIBLE RAMP

PRoPosEd EAsT ElEVATIon

SOUTH FAIRBANKS

THAYER DINING HALL REPLACEMENT

NEW MECHAN NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENRTY

CLASS OF 1953 COMMONS

REUSE EXISTING GRANITE FOR STAIR

DUMPSTER

C l A s s oPRoPosEd f 1953 C o MElEVATIon M o n s __DARTMOuTH EAsT

COllEGE

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH

COllEGE

ROBINSON

Date

FEBRUARY 23, 2010

Scale

EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN

Project Number Drawn By

1/16" = 1'-0" DDT-251 Author

DUMPSTER BRICK PAVERS

Dartmouth College

PROPANE STORAGE

Class of 1953 Commons

PROPANE TANKS

Hanover, NH

MASS ROW

PARKING LOT

COLLIS CENTER

THETA DELTA CHI

PSI UPSILON

PROJECT NORTH

PROPOSED ROOF PLAN 3/2010 12:08:02 PM

Site Plan

ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH

100 % SCHEMATIC DESIGN

PROPOSED EAST ENTRY PLAN


Photos of existing main entrance (Summer & Winter)

Hand drawn rendering by Dan Riah

Right: photo of completed entrance


Photos of existing main entrance (Summer & Winter)

Hand drawn rendering by Dan Riah

Right: photo of completed entrance


MARCH 12, 2010

Existing building program

Proposed floor plans 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

11

12

13

14

15

17

18

19

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

A A.2

A.8

B C D

D.3 E F

F.2

G H.6 H

H.8

J

J.2 J.4 K

L

L.8 M.2

M

N

P

Level 2

R

S

7.6

4/2/2010 11:02:23 AM

1

2

3

4

5

6

7.7

7

8.6

8.8

8

9.2

9.8

9

10

11

11.4

12.8

12

13

14

15.3

16

15

17

18.2

18

18.8

20

19

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

A A.2

4/2/2010

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

A.8

Bruner/Cott & Associates

B C

soUTHEAsT AERIAl - PRoPosEd

PlAnnInG REVIEW

Existing building

D D.3 E

MARCH 12, 2010

F

F.2

G H.6 H

H.8

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE

J

J.2 J.4 K

NEW MECHANICAL PENTHOUSE/AHU

L

L.8 M.2

M

NEW COOLING TOWER N

NEW STAIR ENCLOSURE

P

R

Ground Floor Level 1

S

STORAGE PREP, KITCHEN & SERVERY SEATING

7.6

1

2

3

4

5

6

7.7

7

8.6

8.8

8

9.2

9.8

9

10

11

11.4

12.8

12

13

14

15.3

16

15

17

18.2

18

18.8

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

4/2/2010 11:02:20 AM

ENLARGED LANDING TO ALLOW FOR ACCESSIBLE RAMP

4/2/2010

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

A.2

A

A.8

B C

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY TO LOWER LEVEL

D

SUPPORT

D.3 E F

F.2

G

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENTRY

OTHER PROGRAM

H.6 H

H.8

J

J.2 J.4 K

CIRCULATION & SERVICES STRUCTURE

Proposed building C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE

L

L.8 M.2

M

N

P

R

Lower Level

S

7.6

7.7

8.6

8.8

9.2

9.8

10

11.4

12.8

15.3

16

18.2

18.8

20

Bruner/Cott & Associates


MARCH 12, 2010

Existing building program

Proposed floor plans 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

11

12

13

14

15

17

18

19

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

A A.2

A.8

B C D

D.3 E F

F.2

G H.6 H

H.8

J

J.2 J.4 K

L

L.8 M.2

M

N

P

Level 2

R

S

7.6

4/2/2010 11:02:23 AM

1

2

3

4

5

6

7.7

7

8.6

8.8

8

9.2

9.8

9

10

11

11.4

12.8

12

13

14

15.3

16

15

17

18.2

18

18.8

20

19

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

A A.2

4/2/2010

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

A.8

Bruner/Cott & Associates

B C

soUTHEAsT AERIAl - PRoPosEd

PlAnnInG REVIEW

Existing building

D D.3 E

MARCH 12, 2010

F

F.2

G H.6 H

H.8

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE

J

J.2 J.4 K

NEW MECHANICAL PENTHOUSE/AHU

L

L.8 M.2

M

NEW COOLING TOWER N

NEW STAIR ENCLOSURE

P

R

Ground Floor Level 1

S

STORAGE PREP, KITCHEN & SERVERY SEATING

7.6

1

2

3

4

5

6

7.7

7

8.6

8.8

8

9.2

9.8

9

10

11

11.4

12.8

12

13

14

15.3

16

15

17

18.2

18

18.8

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

4/2/2010 11:02:20 AM

ENLARGED LANDING TO ALLOW FOR ACCESSIBLE RAMP

4/2/2010

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

A.2

A

A.8

B C

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY TO LOWER LEVEL

D

SUPPORT

D.3 E F

F.2

G

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENTRY

OTHER PROGRAM

H.6 H

H.8

J

J.2 J.4 K

CIRCULATION & SERVICES STRUCTURE

Proposed building C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE

L

L.8 M.2

M

N

P

R

Lower Level

S

7.6

7.7

8.6

8.8

9.2

9.8

10

11.4

12.8

15.3

16

18.2

18.8

20

Bruner/Cott & Associates


New Accessible Side Entrance

ExIsTInG soUTH ElEVATIon

ExIsTInG soUTH ElEVATIon AREA OF NEW WORK

AREA OF NEW WORK

EXISTING ROOFTOP EQUIPMENT TO BE REMOVED NEW MECHANICAL PENTHOUSE/AHU +/- 15’ ABOVE ROOF

NEW STAIR ENCLOSURE EXISTING ROOFTOP EQUIPMENT TO BE REMOVED

NEW MECHANICAL PENTHOUSE/AHU +/- 15’ ABOVE ROOF NEW COOLING TOWER

NEW STAIR ENCLOSURE

NEW MECHANICAL PLATFORM

loWER lEVEl ACCEssIBlE EnTRy

PlAnnInG REVIEW

NEW COOLING TOWER

MARCH 12, 2010

NEW MECHANICAL PLATFORM

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENTRY

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWER LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

PRoPosEd soUTH ElEVATIon

EXISTING GRADE H’CAP CHAIR LIFT

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWER LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

PRoPosEd soUTH ElEVATIon

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE

FOLD DOWN PLATFORM LIFT

+/- 5’-0”

+/- 0’-0”

RAMP DOWN 1:20

DN

PROPERTY LINE

NEW ENTRANCE TO SOCIAL SPACE

Proposed side entrance axon

Proposed side entrance sketch

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH

COllEGE

Proposed side entrance plan

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENTRY

Above: photos of existing side entrance

Above: sketch of proposed main entrance


New Accessible Side Entrance

ExIsTInG soUTH ElEVATIon

ExIsTInG soUTH ElEVATIon AREA OF NEW WORK

AREA OF NEW WORK

EXISTING ROOFTOP EQUIPMENT TO BE REMOVED NEW MECHANICAL PENTHOUSE/AHU +/- 15’ ABOVE ROOF

NEW STAIR ENCLOSURE EXISTING ROOFTOP EQUIPMENT TO BE REMOVED

NEW MECHANICAL PENTHOUSE/AHU +/- 15’ ABOVE ROOF NEW COOLING TOWER

NEW STAIR ENCLOSURE

NEW MECHANICAL PLATFORM

loWER lEVEl ACCEssIBlE EnTRy

PlAnnInG REVIEW

NEW COOLING TOWER

MARCH 12, 2010

NEW MECHANICAL PLATFORM

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENTRY

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWER LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

PRoPosEd soUTH ElEVATIon

EXISTING GRADE H’CAP CHAIR LIFT

NEW ACCESSIBLE ENTRY & RAMP TO LOWER LEVEL REMOVE EXISTING RAMP TO FIRST FLOOR

PRoPosEd soUTH ElEVATIon

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH COllEGE

FOLD DOWN PLATFORM LIFT

+/- 5’-0”

+/- 0’-0”

RAMP DOWN 1:20

DN

PROPERTY LINE

NEW ENTRANCE TO SOCIAL SPACE

Proposed side entrance axon

Proposed side entrance sketch

C l A s s o f 1 9 5 3 C o M M o n s __DARTMOuTH

COllEGE

Proposed side entrance plan

NEW ACCESSIBLE RAMP TO MAIN ENTRY

Above: photos of existing side entrance

Above: sketch of proposed main entrance


North Dining Area

Hand rendering

Photo of existing

Sketch of location


North Dining Area

Hand rendering

Photo of existing

Sketch of location


South Dining Area

Sketch of location

Above & Below: photo of existing south dining


South Dining Area

Sketch of location

Above & Below: photo of existing south dining


New Kitchen & Servery

Photo of existing

Hand rendering of proposed

Hand rendering of proposed

Photo of existing


New Kitchen & Servery

Photo of existing

Hand rendering of proposed

Hand rendering of proposed

Photo of existing


Left: computer rendering of proposed Center: photographs of existing stair Right: photo of finished stair & atrium

New Communicating Stair


Left: computer rendering of proposed Center: photographs of existing stair Right: photo of finished stair & atrium

New Communicating Stair


Mies van der Rohe Foundation Building Third-year Undergraduate Architectural Design Studio

Location: Barcelona, Spain Scope: 6,500 SF Completion Date: Spring 2003 Project Description: Using the art of Le Corbusier and the architecture of Mies van der Rohe to create an experiential

design near the historical Barcelona Pavilion

Design Includes: Diagraming Drawings & Models, Parti Models, Site Analysis, Pre-visit Design, Post-visit Design


Mies van der Rohe Foundation Building Third-year Undergraduate Architectural Design Studio

Location: Barcelona, Spain Scope: 6,500 SF Completion Date: Spring 2003 Project Description: Using the art of Le Corbusier and the architecture of Mies van der Rohe to create an experiential

design near the historical Barcelona Pavilion

Design Includes: Diagraming Drawings & Models, Parti Models, Site Analysis, Pre-visit Design, Post-visit Design


Le Corbusier Painting Diagrams


Le Corbusier Painting Diagrams


Pre-Visit Designs Before visiting the Barcelona Pavilion in March of 2003, our studio was asked to create a design based on our analysis of the site and our knowledge of Mies’ famous building. Based on the ambiguous circulation patterns found in the Pavilion, I wanted to create a somewhat randomized flow of space that flowed from one area to the next utilizing different levels and terraces.


Pre-Visit Designs Before visiting the Barcelona Pavilion in March of 2003, our studio was asked to create a design based on our analysis of the site and our knowledge of Mies’ famous building. Based on the ambiguous circulation patterns found in the Pavilion, I wanted to create a somewhat randomized flow of space that flowed from one area to the next utilizing different levels and terraces.


Post-Visit Design Building on the previous idea of various elevation changes, this Post-Visit design included a more enclosed set of spaces that afforded the user varying perspectives of the Pavilion and the centralized courtyard.


Post-Visit Design Building on the previous idea of various elevation changes, this Post-Visit design included a more enclosed set of spaces that afforded the user varying perspectives of the Pavilion and the centralized courtyard.


745 Atlantic Avenue: Lobby Renovation Beacon Capital Partners, LLC

Location: Boston, Massachusetts Scope: 3,000 SF Completion Date: Fall 2013 Project Description: Amplifying the “Wow-factor” of an existing building lobby near Boston’s South Station

Design Includes: Material Research, Interior Design, Presentation Renderings, Construction Documents


745 Atlantic Avenue: Lobby Renovation Beacon Capital Partners, LLC

Location: Boston, Massachusetts Scope: 3,000 SF Completion Date: Fall 2013 Project Description: Amplifying the “Wow-factor” of an existing building lobby near Boston’s South Station

Design Includes: Material Research, Interior Design, Presentation Renderings, Construction Documents


Renderings of Proposed Design

Existing building lobby

Proposed renderings

Above: View of South Station from the East Entrance of 745 Atlantic Avenue

Below: photograph of finished space


Renderings of Proposed Design

Existing building lobby

Proposed renderings

Above: View of South Station from the East Entrance of 745 Atlantic Avenue

Below: photograph of finished space


Further Notable Project Work University of Colorado

Nelson Architects

Boston Architectural College

Miller Dyer Spears Architects

Bruner/Cott & Associates

A

Described in Appendix

Fall 2000 - Summer 2014

Harvard Kennedy School

Lesley Arts Center

A

S. Shore Mental Health

A

Tyco, Inc.

IIDA Fashion Show Win

Boston College Maloney

A

SPHHS Master Plan

130 Prospect Street

Harvard Wadsworth House

Waltham Watch Factory

Kiva Systems

A

Dana Farber Renovations

Frank Lloyd Wright Studio

4th Yr Undergrad Studio

A

Materials Cube Project

IPD Boathouse Studio


Further Notable Project Work University of Colorado

Nelson Architects

Boston Architectural College

Miller Dyer Spears Architects

Bruner/Cott & Associates

A

Described in Appendix

Fall 2000 - Summer 2014

Harvard Kennedy School

Lesley Arts Center

A

S. Shore Mental Health

A

Tyco, Inc.

IIDA Fashion Show Win

Boston College Maloney

A

SPHHS Master Plan

130 Prospect Street

Harvard Wadsworth House

Waltham Watch Factory

Kiva Systems

A

Dana Farber Renovations

Frank Lloyd Wright Studio

4th Yr Undergrad Studio

A

Materials Cube Project

IPD Boathouse Studio


APPENDIX

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Project 1: UMass Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences | Master Plan

Project 6: Revit Tutor for Graduate Student, Patty Zerhusen

Project 2: Dana Farber Cancer Institute | Renovation Projects

Project 7: Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Renovation & 4-Story Expansion*

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Project 3: Northeastern University | Ell Hall 3rd Floor Renovation*

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Project 4: Boston College Maloney Hall | Building Renovations

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Project 5: Harvard Kennedy School of Government Campus | Revit Modeling

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Project 8: Biogen Idec | New Buildings*

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Project 9: South Shore Mental Health Renovation and Expansion

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*Also shown in the Work Sample pages preceding this Appendix 


APPENDIX

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Project 1: UMass Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences | Master Plan

Project 6: Revit Tutor for Graduate Student, Patty Zerhusen

Project 2: Dana Farber Cancer Institute | Renovation Projects

Project 7: Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Renovation & 4-Story Expansion*

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Project 3: Northeastern University | Ell Hall 3rd Floor Renovation*

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Project 4: Boston College Maloney Hall | Building Renovations

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Project 5: Harvard Kennedy School of Government Campus | Revit Modeling

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Project 8: Biogen Idec | New Buildings*

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Project 9: South Shore Mental Health Renovation and Expansion

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*Also shown in the Work Sample pages preceding this Appendix 


MDS

Project Background: The University of Massachusetts, a long-standing client of MDS, invited Planning Specialists, Donna Harris & Myron Miller to undertake this Space Utilization Assessment & Master Plan for the UMass School of Public Health & Health Science (SPHHS). SPHHS is one of eleven schools and colleges on the UMass Amherst campus. Within the School of Public Health, there are five core areas, while the School of Health Sciences has three departments.

Client: University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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Project: SPHHS/School of Public Health and Health Sciences Master Plan “Academic & Institutional Space Utilization Assessment & Facilities Strategy”

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Master Planning, Study, Research Laboratories

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Design Intent: With various capital investment options in mind, both the long- and short-term needs for SPHHS were addressed in our proposal. The objective of SPHHS in initiating this study was to strategize ways to remain competitive with its national academic peers as well as attain funding from the state for funding relocation and/or expansion. One of the most critical long-term problems we addressed was the lack of cohesion between the departments due to physical remoteness. Short-term problems were the severity of undersized academic and administrative spaces.

Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Date: March 2013 – May 2014 (1 Year, 2 Months)

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Scope: Existing GSF: 10- to 15-Year Projected GSF:

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MDS Deliverables: Meeting Minutes for multiple workshops, Academic Visioning, Existing Conditions Drawings, Existing Building Assessment & Feasibility Studies, Facility Strategizing, Population Projections, Options Development, Space-Type Planning, Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility), Final Recommendations & Report

198,000 277,000

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[more] 


1.1


MDS

Project Background: The University of Massachusetts, a long-standing client of MDS, invited Planning Specialists, Donna Harris & Myron Miller to undertake this Space Utilization Assessment & Master Plan for the UMass School of Public Health & Health Science (SPHHS). SPHHS is one of eleven schools and colleges on the UMass Amherst campus. Within the School of Public Health, there are five core areas, while the School of Health Sciences has three departments.

Client: University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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Project: SPHHS/School of Public Health and Health Sciences Master Plan “Academic & Institutional Space Utilization Assessment & Facilities Strategy”

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Master Planning, Study, Research Laboratories

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Design Intent: With various capital investment options in mind, both the long- and short-term needs for SPHHS were addressed in our proposal. The objective of SPHHS in initiating this study was to strategize ways to remain competitive with its national academic peers as well as attain funding from the state for funding relocation and/or expansion. One of the most critical long-term problems we addressed was the lack of cohesion between the departments due to physical remoteness. Short-term problems were the severity of undersized academic and administrative spaces.

Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Date: March 2013 – May 2014 (1 Year, 2 Months)

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Scope: Existing GSF: 10- to 15-Year Projected GSF:

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MDS Deliverables: Meeting Minutes for multiple workshops, Academic Visioning, Existing Conditions Drawings, Existing Building Assessment & Feasibility Studies, Facility Strategizing, Population Projections, Options Development, Space-Type Planning, Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility), Final Recommendations & Report

198,000 277,000

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[more] 


1.1


MDS

Personal Involvement:

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-Gathered and reviewed a constant stream of data and documents from the UMass Facilities Department-Acted as note-taker in intensive day-long workshops-Prepared Meeting Minutes for 20+ individual meetings to be distributed to clients and departmental representatives -Employed Revit as a planning tool in documenting existing and future room data for over 200,000 SF of space -Developed graphical content within Revit: colored plans for multiple buildings, 3D massing, Room-Type diagrams, sections/elevations -Worked with Donna Harris in designing Room-Type Diagrams based on SPHHS input and precedents from model peer institutions -Designed concepts for proposed relocation of SPHHS departments -Designed connection stairwell from existing gymnasium to proposed multi-story building addition -Coordinated with Mechanical and Structural Engineers in both existing building study and proposed building -Evaluated existing SPHHS buildings in an architectural assessment and feasibility study -Executed design drawings for the 70,000 SF Totman Gymnasium Gut Renovation and 125,000 SF Addition -Executed design drawings for remaining five SPHHS inhabited buildings (excluding Totman Gym)  

1.2


MDS

Personal Involvement:

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-Gathered and reviewed a constant stream of data and documents from the UMass Facilities Department-Acted as note-taker in intensive day-long workshops-Prepared Meeting Minutes for 20+ individual meetings to be distributed to clients and departmental representatives -Employed Revit as a planning tool in documenting existing and future room data for over 200,000 SF of space -Developed graphical content within Revit: colored plans for multiple buildings, 3D massing, Room-Type diagrams, sections/elevations -Worked with Donna Harris in designing Room-Type Diagrams based on SPHHS input and precedents from model peer institutions -Designed concepts for proposed relocation of SPHHS departments -Designed connection stairwell from existing gymnasium to proposed multi-story building addition -Coordinated with Mechanical and Structural Engineers in both existing building study and proposed building -Evaluated existing SPHHS buildings in an architectural assessment and feasibility study -Executed design drawings for the 70,000 SF Totman Gymnasium Gut Renovation and 125,000 SF Addition -Executed design drawings for remaining five SPHHS inhabited buildings (excluding Totman Gym)  

1.2


MDS

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Client: Dana Farber Cancer Institute

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Project Background: Miller Dyer Spears is a longtime client of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) in the Longwood Medical Center of Boston.  Of the several buildings on the Longwood campus, MDS has been one of the most frequently commissioned architecture firms over the past 20 years.  With my previous experience with Department of Public Health projects (Brockton Neighborhood Health Center), Frank Monahan of MDS asked me to be a part of 2 projects to be designed and produced in tandem.

Projects: 1. Dana Building - Level DL1 Changing Room Renovation & Lobby Renovation (DL1) 2. Yawkey Center - New Infusion Bay Renovation (YC)

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Project Types: Health Care/Clinical, Institutional Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

DL1: The Dana Building is a multi-story clinical building owned by DFCI that houses the Jimmy Fund Clinic and is used primarily for outpatient procedures.  In 2013 MDS completed a large scale envelope redesign and a building lobby renovation. The renovation projects for which I was a part of were a re-design of a patient changing room and the re-design of the waiting area which was formerly the Red Sox gallery which was slated for relocation.

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Project Team of Two: Myself (Designer), Frank Monahan (PM)

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Date: April 2014 – May 2014 (2 Months)

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YC: The Yawkey Center is a bran new (2011), 14-story, 275,000 SF, curtain wall-glazed building, built by MDS, and belonging to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. The Yawkey Center building contains clinical and support space that fosters collaboration between researchers and clinicians. The New Infusion Bay Renovation project that I was a part of was 800 SF of space on the 7th Floor.

Scope: DL1 Existing GSF: YC Existing GSF:

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1,800 800

(200 Changing Room + 1,600 Lobby)

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[more]

2.1


MDS

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Client: Dana Farber Cancer Institute

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Project Background: Miller Dyer Spears is a longtime client of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) in the Longwood Medical Center of Boston.  Of the several buildings on the Longwood campus, MDS has been one of the most frequently commissioned architecture firms over the past 20 years.  With my previous experience with Department of Public Health projects (Brockton Neighborhood Health Center), Frank Monahan of MDS asked me to be a part of 2 projects to be designed and produced in tandem.

Projects: 1. Dana Building - Level DL1 Changing Room Renovation & Lobby Renovation (DL1) 2. Yawkey Center - New Infusion Bay Renovation (YC)

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Project Types: Health Care/Clinical, Institutional Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

DL1: The Dana Building is a multi-story clinical building owned by DFCI that houses the Jimmy Fund Clinic and is used primarily for outpatient procedures.  In 2013 MDS completed a large scale envelope redesign and a building lobby renovation. The renovation projects for which I was a part of were a re-design of a patient changing room and the re-design of the waiting area which was formerly the Red Sox gallery which was slated for relocation.

!

Project Team of Two: Myself (Designer), Frank Monahan (PM)

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Date: April 2014 – May 2014 (2 Months)

!

YC: The Yawkey Center is a bran new (2011), 14-story, 275,000 SF, curtain wall-glazed building, built by MDS, and belonging to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. The Yawkey Center building contains clinical and support space that fosters collaboration between researchers and clinicians. The New Infusion Bay Renovation project that I was a part of was 800 SF of space on the 7th Floor.

Scope: DL1 Existing GSF: YC Existing GSF:

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1,800 800

(200 Changing Room + 1,600 Lobby)

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[more]

2.1


MDS

Design Intent:

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DL1: The design intent of this DL1 project was to take the two areas most in need of upgrade and use the funding to redesign the changing room and allow men and women to have separate waiting spaces unlike the previous layout.  Additionally, the one of the two changing room spaces needed to be handicapped accessible and the entire space needed to comply with regulations set by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

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The other part of the project was to convert the existing Red Sox gallery/waiting area into a more austere, clean waiting area and allow the Red Sox Gallery to be relocated to the floor above. In addition to this, there were upgrades to the west wall to allow maximum glazing (25%) for visibility of those in the waiting area to the reception desk. One of the major design intents was to upgrade the flooring to a wood printed vinyl flooring throughout.

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YC: The blood-infusion bays that currently exist in the 800 SF space were undersized for the quantity of use. The broad brush intent of this project was to relocate the telephone room office suite, demolish the enclosing walls, and design this space with two new infusion bays. In addition to this, the quantities of nurses needed were to increase and therefore need more seating space throughout.

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MDS Deliverables: Existing Conditions Drawings, Options Development with Presentation Drawings, Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility), Construction Documents, Construction Administration

! Personal Involvement: ! BOTH PROJECTS:

-Prepared presentation drawings to help client visualize the space in perspective and plan -Developed Construction Documents from Schematic Design through Construction Administration -Worked closely with Project Manager, Frank Monahan to realize vision of the client -Assisted Frank M. in coordination with MEP consultants -Created custom Revit furniture components for use in 3-dimensional perspectives -Designed 2-dimensional details to be used in Construction Documents

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DL1: -Initiated and completed existing conditions modeling in Revit from site measurements

!

YC: -Developed existing conditions Revit Model from imported AutoCAD As-Build drawings -Detailed a nurses Head Wall for use of healthcare equipment  

2.2


MDS

Design Intent:

!

DL1: The design intent of this DL1 project was to take the two areas most in need of upgrade and use the funding to redesign the changing room and allow men and women to have separate waiting spaces unlike the previous layout.  Additionally, the one of the two changing room spaces needed to be handicapped accessible and the entire space needed to comply with regulations set by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

!

The other part of the project was to convert the existing Red Sox gallery/waiting area into a more austere, clean waiting area and allow the Red Sox Gallery to be relocated to the floor above. In addition to this, there were upgrades to the west wall to allow maximum glazing (25%) for visibility of those in the waiting area to the reception desk. One of the major design intents was to upgrade the flooring to a wood printed vinyl flooring throughout.

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YC: The blood-infusion bays that currently exist in the 800 SF space were undersized for the quantity of use. The broad brush intent of this project was to relocate the telephone room office suite, demolish the enclosing walls, and design this space with two new infusion bays. In addition to this, the quantities of nurses needed were to increase and therefore need more seating space throughout.

! !

MDS Deliverables: Existing Conditions Drawings, Options Development with Presentation Drawings, Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility), Construction Documents, Construction Administration

! Personal Involvement: ! BOTH PROJECTS:

-Prepared presentation drawings to help client visualize the space in perspective and plan -Developed Construction Documents from Schematic Design through Construction Administration -Worked closely with Project Manager, Frank Monahan to realize vision of the client -Assisted Frank M. in coordination with MEP consultants -Created custom Revit furniture components for use in 3-dimensional perspectives -Designed 2-dimensional details to be used in Construction Documents

!

DL1: -Initiated and completed existing conditions modeling in Revit from site measurements

!

YC: -Developed existing conditions Revit Model from imported AutoCAD As-Build drawings -Detailed a nurses Head Wall for use of healthcare equipment  

2.2


MDS

Client: Northeastern University

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Project: Ell Hall - 3rd Floor Renovations

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Offices, ADA/Code Compliance Upgrade, Toilet Room Addition

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Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Project Team of Three: Myself (Designer), Gaia Grazia Giudicelli (PM) and Allyson Pardek (ID)

Project Background: Gaia Grazia Giudicelli, the project manager for this project, has worked with Northeastern University for the nearly 8 years she has spent at Miller Dyer Spears. She has been responsible for many small and large scale renovations on the 20,000-student Northeastern campus. This project that I was a part of, had a tight budget and a limited construction schedule. The majority of the construction took place over the 2-week winter break that the students were away. Ell Hall is a 1950’s, 4-story academic and office building central to the Northeastern Campus. The Third Floor, where this project took place, contained large classrooms and faculty offices.

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Design Intent: In general, there were four major spaces that were to be renovated on the 3rd floor: (1) the 3,000 SF Office Suite, (2) the 900 SF Classroom, (3) the Main Corridor, and (4) the Men’s Toilet Room.

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Clients at Northeastern University: Gina O’Brien-McLelland, Space Planning for Higher Education John Sheldon, University Architect

In both the classroom and in the corridor we redesigned the ceiling grid and mechanical system with collaboration with R.W. Sullivan Engineers. The existing VCT in the corridor was removed and replaced with carpet tile.

Date: July 2013 – October 2013 (3 Months) Scope: NSF of Renovated Space:

We repurposed the Office Suite into open-plan workspaces for grad students, post-docs, and visiting scholars with a conference room, a kitchenette, and student gathering areas. We designed and added new storm windows for better heat retention.

6,000 (Total Floor NSF = 8,000)


The Men’s Toilet Room had little-to-no renovation work done to it since the building’s completion in the 1950’s. Therefore, the space needed an ADA-compliant stall. The construction of this was done at a later date in February 2014. [more]

3.1


MDS

Client: Northeastern University

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Project: Ell Hall - 3rd Floor Renovations

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Offices, ADA/Code Compliance Upgrade, Toilet Room Addition

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Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Project Team of Three: Myself (Designer), Gaia Grazia Giudicelli (PM) and Allyson Pardek (ID)

Project Background: Gaia Grazia Giudicelli, the project manager for this project, has worked with Northeastern University for the nearly 8 years she has spent at Miller Dyer Spears. She has been responsible for many small and large scale renovations on the 20,000-student Northeastern campus. This project that I was a part of, had a tight budget and a limited construction schedule. The majority of the construction took place over the 2-week winter break that the students were away. Ell Hall is a 1950’s, 4-story academic and office building central to the Northeastern Campus. The Third Floor, where this project took place, contained large classrooms and faculty offices.

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Design Intent: In general, there were four major spaces that were to be renovated on the 3rd floor: (1) the 3,000 SF Office Suite, (2) the 900 SF Classroom, (3) the Main Corridor, and (4) the Men’s Toilet Room.

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Clients at Northeastern University: Gina O’Brien-McLelland, Space Planning for Higher Education John Sheldon, University Architect

In both the classroom and in the corridor we redesigned the ceiling grid and mechanical system with collaboration with R.W. Sullivan Engineers. The existing VCT in the corridor was removed and replaced with carpet tile.

Date: July 2013 – October 2013 (3 Months) Scope: NSF of Renovated Space:

We repurposed the Office Suite into open-plan workspaces for grad students, post-docs, and visiting scholars with a conference room, a kitchenette, and student gathering areas. We designed and added new storm windows for better heat retention.

6,000 (Total Floor NSF = 8,000)


The Men’s Toilet Room had little-to-no renovation work done to it since the building’s completion in the 1950’s. Therefore, the space needed an ADA-compliant stall. The construction of this was done at a later date in February 2014. [more]

3.1


MDS 

MDS Deliverables: Existing Conditions Drawings, Options Development with Presentation Drawings, Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility), Design Development Set, Construction Documents, Construction Administration

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Personal Involvement: -Attended meeting with group of clients to define scope of project -Field measured the existing office suite and mens toilet room to document both overall dimensions as well as detailed spacial geometries -Initiated and completed existing conditions modeling in Revit from site measurements -Worked closely with Project Manager, Gaia G.G. and Interior Designer, Allyson P. to realize vision of the client, John Sheldon, University Architect at Northeastern University -Prepared presentation drawings to help client visualize the space in perspective and plan -Developed Construction Documents from Schematic Design through Construction Administration -Created custom Revit furniture components for use in 3-dimensional perspectives -Designed 2-dimensional construction details for casework, partition types, and window details -Conducted in-house meetings to insure quality assurance and completeness of project deliverables -Assisted Gaia G.G. in coordination with MEP consultants -Worked closely with Allyson P. on implementing sheet specifications into the project -Acted as secondary designer and researcher for acoustical separation options  

3.2


MDS 

MDS Deliverables: Existing Conditions Drawings, Options Development with Presentation Drawings, Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility), Design Development Set, Construction Documents, Construction Administration

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Personal Involvement: -Attended meeting with group of clients to define scope of project -Field measured the existing office suite and mens toilet room to document both overall dimensions as well as detailed spacial geometries -Initiated and completed existing conditions modeling in Revit from site measurements -Worked closely with Project Manager, Gaia G.G. and Interior Designer, Allyson P. to realize vision of the client, John Sheldon, University Architect at Northeastern University -Prepared presentation drawings to help client visualize the space in perspective and plan -Developed Construction Documents from Schematic Design through Construction Administration -Created custom Revit furniture components for use in 3-dimensional perspectives -Designed 2-dimensional construction details for casework, partition types, and window details -Conducted in-house meetings to insure quality assurance and completeness of project deliverables -Assisted Gaia G.G. in coordination with MEP consultants -Worked closely with Allyson P. on implementing sheet specifications into the project -Acted as secondary designer and researcher for acoustical separation options  

3.2


MDS

Client: Boston College

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Project: Maloney Hall - Building Renovations

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Offices, Research Space, Teaching Laboratories Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Project Team of Two: Myself (Designer) and David Anderson (PM)

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Date: October 2013 – May 2014 (8 Months)

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Scope: NSF of Renovated Space:

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Project Background: Located six miles west of Boston, Boston College (BC) is a Jesuit College of over 14,000 students. At a central location on the BC campus, Maloney Hall is a relatively new building that was constructed in 2002. Previous to current renovations, it housed faculty and administrative offices, a dining facility, a University Bookstore annex and the BC Police Department headquarters. Maloney Hall has heavy traffic from students as it is a popular thoroughfare for them to travel from the lower campus residence halls to academic buildings on the middle campus.

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Before it’s recent renovations, Maloney Hall served largely as administrative and faculty offices, however with the expansion of the School of Nursing, the entire department needed to be relocated into a larger space. In 2013 Miller Dyer Spears was commissioned to design and conduct a large-scale renovation to introduce new programatic elements such as the School of Nursing into the building, as well as provide new demountable partitions and bring more natural light into the building.

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[more]


93,000 of the total 154,000 (5 Stories)

4.1


MDS

Client: Boston College

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Project: Maloney Hall - Building Renovations

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Offices, Research Space, Teaching Laboratories Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Project Team of Two: Myself (Designer) and David Anderson (PM)

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Date: October 2013 – May 2014 (8 Months)

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Scope: NSF of Renovated Space:

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Project Background: Located six miles west of Boston, Boston College (BC) is a Jesuit College of over 14,000 students. At a central location on the BC campus, Maloney Hall is a relatively new building that was constructed in 2002. Previous to current renovations, it housed faculty and administrative offices, a dining facility, a University Bookstore annex and the BC Police Department headquarters. Maloney Hall has heavy traffic from students as it is a popular thoroughfare for them to travel from the lower campus residence halls to academic buildings on the middle campus.

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Before it’s recent renovations, Maloney Hall served largely as administrative and faculty offices, however with the expansion of the School of Nursing, the entire department needed to be relocated into a larger space. In 2013 Miller Dyer Spears was commissioned to design and conduct a large-scale renovation to introduce new programatic elements such as the School of Nursing into the building, as well as provide new demountable partitions and bring more natural light into the building.

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[more]


93,000 of the total 154,000 (5 Stories)

4.1


MDS

The school of Nursing was relocated from another part of campus to the second and third floor of Maloney Hall. The new Nursing layout featured team-driven and collaborative design in an open floor plan. The nursing laboratory space included three simulation labs with control booths, viewing rooms, exam rooms, classrooms and meeting rooms.

Design Intent: Where the previous design fell short was the closed-off and isolated feel of the enclosed offices around the exterior of the building. This left the core of the building limited on its access to natural light. One of the primary goals of this renovation was to free-up some of the exterior walls and produce more open and collaborative spaces.

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Deliverables while I was part of the project: Renumbering Entire Floors, Issuing multiple Bulletins and Architectural Sketches (SKA’s), Options Development for Plan Changes, Redesign of the 4th Floor Bridge Corridor, Redesign of the Information Technology (IT) Laboratory

The partitions used throughout these spaces were and will remain mostly demountable systems except for areas designed for high design needs of acoustical separation.

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Because this was a complete re-stacking and re-programing of the buildings’ spaces, nearly all mechanical, electrical, A/V, Fire Protection and some structural elements needed to be re-designed. Architectural elements were more easily moved due to the demountable partitions, but door hardware and custom millwork details needed to be redesigned.

Personal Involvement:

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-Filled in as Construction Administration Team-Member after Construction Documents had been issued in Summer 2013

The way Maloney Hall acts as a gateway between lower and middle campus is that students need to ascend or descend 50-feet by either walking up or down a significant hill or by entering Maloney Hall and taking the elevator from the lowest level and riding to the 4th floor & visa versa. Therefore, the corridors in and out of the building are heavily trafficked by BC students, faculty and staff. One of the projects I was a part of was redesigning the connector bridge corridor so that the new conference spaces flanking the corridor had natural light from the translucency of the windows to the corridor.

-Inherited and navigated the complex Revit project file with two separate construction packages representing four separate phases to produce various sketches and bulletins over an 8-month period -With David Anderson, I designed the public entry corridor and personally drew the elevations and the details issued for construction -Prepared multiple Bulletin issuances by request of contractor and client 


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4.2


MDS

The school of Nursing was relocated from another part of campus to the second and third floor of Maloney Hall. The new Nursing layout featured team-driven and collaborative design in an open floor plan. The nursing laboratory space included three simulation labs with control booths, viewing rooms, exam rooms, classrooms and meeting rooms.

Design Intent: Where the previous design fell short was the closed-off and isolated feel of the enclosed offices around the exterior of the building. This left the core of the building limited on its access to natural light. One of the primary goals of this renovation was to free-up some of the exterior walls and produce more open and collaborative spaces.

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Deliverables while I was part of the project: Renumbering Entire Floors, Issuing multiple Bulletins and Architectural Sketches (SKA’s), Options Development for Plan Changes, Redesign of the 4th Floor Bridge Corridor, Redesign of the Information Technology (IT) Laboratory

The partitions used throughout these spaces were and will remain mostly demountable systems except for areas designed for high design needs of acoustical separation.

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Because this was a complete re-stacking and re-programing of the buildings’ spaces, nearly all mechanical, electrical, A/V, Fire Protection and some structural elements needed to be re-designed. Architectural elements were more easily moved due to the demountable partitions, but door hardware and custom millwork details needed to be redesigned.

Personal Involvement:

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-Filled in as Construction Administration Team-Member after Construction Documents had been issued in Summer 2013

The way Maloney Hall acts as a gateway between lower and middle campus is that students need to ascend or descend 50-feet by either walking up or down a significant hill or by entering Maloney Hall and taking the elevator from the lowest level and riding to the 4th floor & visa versa. Therefore, the corridors in and out of the building are heavily trafficked by BC students, faculty and staff. One of the projects I was a part of was redesigning the connector bridge corridor so that the new conference spaces flanking the corridor had natural light from the translucency of the windows to the corridor.

-Inherited and navigated the complex Revit project file with two separate construction packages representing four separate phases to produce various sketches and bulletins over an 8-month period -With David Anderson, I designed the public entry corridor and personally drew the elevations and the details issued for construction -Prepared multiple Bulletin issuances by request of contractor and client 


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4.2


MDS

Client: Harvard University

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Project: Revit Modeling of the existing Harvard Kennedy School of Government Campus

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Existing Conditions Revit Modeling Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Project Team of Two: Myself (Revit Modeler) and Jon Ramos (PM, Revit Modeler)

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Date: August 2013 – September 2013 (4 Weeks)

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Scope: NSF of Revit Modeled Space:

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1,000,000

Project Background: In the Summer of 2013, Jon Ramos, a Project Architect & Designer at MDS like myself, had been in contact with a friend of his at the Facilities Department at Harvard University. In their discussion it had been revealed that Harvard University was moving in the direction of having their campus accurately modeled in Revit to streamline future renovation projects as they came online. As it was later found-out, the Harvard Kennedy School of Government was gearing up for several major renovations and possibly a new building over for their long- and short-term growth plan. Through Jon’s and his friend’s relationship, Harvard University agreed to hire MDS to create Existing Conditions Revit Models of all four buildings on the Kennedy School campus.

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Design Intent: Due to the extensive size of the campus, the fee for the work and the desired accuracy, the AIA BIM Level of Development was agreed to be “LOD 200.” This meant that the model was to be similar in detail to Design Development consisting of “generalized systems or assemblies with approximate quantities, size, shape, location and orientation.” AutoCAD backgrounds were provided to MDS alongside the original Construction Documents from when each building was built. It was both Jon and my responsibility to decipher between the two sources of information and build the buildings as accurately as possible given the information we had. Jon was in charge of the buildings: Belfer Center and Taubman, while I was in charge of Littauer Center & Rubenstein.

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5.1


MDS

Client: Harvard University

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Project: Revit Modeling of the existing Harvard Kennedy School of Government Campus

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Project Type: Academic (Higher Ed), Existing Conditions Revit Modeling Firm: MDS/Miller Dyer Spears, Inc. (Architects & Planners)

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Project Team of Two: Myself (Revit Modeler) and Jon Ramos (PM, Revit Modeler)

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Date: August 2013 – September 2013 (4 Weeks)

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Scope: NSF of Revit Modeled Space:

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1,000,000

Project Background: In the Summer of 2013, Jon Ramos, a Project Architect & Designer at MDS like myself, had been in contact with a friend of his at the Facilities Department at Harvard University. In their discussion it had been revealed that Harvard University was moving in the direction of having their campus accurately modeled in Revit to streamline future renovation projects as they came online. As it was later found-out, the Harvard Kennedy School of Government was gearing up for several major renovations and possibly a new building over for their long- and short-term growth plan. Through Jon’s and his friend’s relationship, Harvard University agreed to hire MDS to create Existing Conditions Revit Models of all four buildings on the Kennedy School campus.

!

Design Intent: Due to the extensive size of the campus, the fee for the work and the desired accuracy, the AIA BIM Level of Development was agreed to be “LOD 200.” This meant that the model was to be similar in detail to Design Development consisting of “generalized systems or assemblies with approximate quantities, size, shape, location and orientation.” AutoCAD backgrounds were provided to MDS alongside the original Construction Documents from when each building was built. It was both Jon and my responsibility to decipher between the two sources of information and build the buildings as accurately as possible given the information we had. Jon was in charge of the buildings: Belfer Center and Taubman, while I was in charge of Littauer Center & Rubenstein.

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[more]


5.1


MDS


MDS Deliverables: Preparing an accurate Revit model of the more than 1,000,000 NSF campus, Name and number each room Model each building’s exterior as to appear geometrically accurate Provide floor plans within the model Present the final model with views and 3-dimensional orbiting

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Personal Involvement: -Surveyed and photographed the existing buildings on the Harvard campus for reference when modeling the exterior geometry -Familiarized myself with 3 of the buildings’ original hand-drawn construction documents for reference -Used Revit techniques and know-how from 6+ years of experience to expertly model more than 550,000 GSF of space in 3-dimensions in order to have an accurate building envelope in only a 4-week period -Prepared plan and axonometric views to present to Harvard Facilities Department 


5.2


MDS


MDS Deliverables: Preparing an accurate Revit model of the more than 1,000,000 NSF campus, Name and number each room Model each building’s exterior as to appear geometrically accurate Provide floor plans within the model Present the final model with views and 3-dimensional orbiting

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Personal Involvement: -Surveyed and photographed the existing buildings on the Harvard campus for reference when modeling the exterior geometry -Familiarized myself with 3 of the buildings’ original hand-drawn construction documents for reference -Used Revit techniques and know-how from 6+ years of experience to expertly model more than 550,000 GSF of space in 3-dimensions in order to have an accurate building envelope in only a 4-week period -Prepared plan and axonometric views to present to Harvard Facilities Department 


5.2


REVIT TUTOR

Date: September 2012 - April 2013 (8 Months)

! My experience as a Revit Tutor: !

I met Patty Zerhusen, an interior design student, when she did a career day observation at my then-firm, Nelson. She was intrigued by my skills as a Revit-user and later asked me to be a Tutor for her. I met Patty weekly for 8-months to answer questions and offer guidance on everything related to the creation of her thesis project Revit model.

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In May of 2013, Patty graduated from New England School of Art and Design with her Masters Degree in Interior Design. She is now and Interior Designer at ADD Inc. in Boston, MA.

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Patty Zerhusen cellphone number: 617-501-1683 

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REVIT TUTOR

Date: September 2012 - April 2013 (8 Months)

! My experience as a Revit Tutor: !

I met Patty Zerhusen, an interior design student, when she did a career day observation at my then-firm, Nelson. She was intrigued by my skills as a Revit-user and later asked me to be a Tutor for her. I met Patty weekly for 8-months to answer questions and offer guidance on everything related to the creation of her thesis project Revit model.

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In May of 2013, Patty graduated from New England School of Art and Design with her Masters Degree in Interior Design. She is now and Interior Designer at ADD Inc. in Boston, MA.

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Patty Zerhusen cellphone number: 617-501-1683 

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ISGENUITY

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Client: Brockton Neighborhood Health Center (BNHC)

Project Background: The Brockton Neighborhood Health Center is a local nonprofit community health center which started serving patients from a mobile medical van in a church parking lot in 1994 and has since evolved into a multimillion-dollar health center. Today it serves over 25,000 patients and is the largest employer to arrive in Brockton in the past decade.

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Project: BNHC Renovation & 4-Story Expansion

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Project Type: Health Care/Clinical

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Firm: Isgenuity, LLC (Healthcare Architecture & Interior Design)

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Project Team of Three: Myself (Designer), Dena Zyroff (PM) and George Takoudes (PIC)

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Dates of my Involvement: March 2011 – July 2011 (4 Months)

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Project Scope: 4-Story Building Expansion (in NSF): Renovated Space w/i Ex. Building (in NSF): Total Scope of Isgenuity Work (in NSF):

! Total Building Size after Expansion (in NSF): !

24,500 (Existing Building is 65,500) 12,000 36,000

In 2007, BNHC acquired a vacant lot in Downtown Brockton, MA and built a $17 million community health center that opened its doors in November that year. In 2010, a 6,100-square-foot urgent care center was constructed as a one-story addition abutting the current building and expanding its footprint by roughly 50 percent.

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In Winter of 2011, Isgenuity, the firm I was then working for, was commissioned to build a four-story expansion/addition onto the existing BNHC building to make room for the rapidly increasing patient enrollment. It was to be constructed on top of the existing one-story urgent care center and use the same footprint (with the exception of a new stairwell). The expansion was to increase the amount of space for adult primary care, obstetrics and gynecology, behavioral health, pediatrics, and social services. An eye and vision clinic was also to be added, and the capacity for dental care doubled.

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90,000 (24,500 + 65,500)

7.1


ISGENUITY

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Client: Brockton Neighborhood Health Center (BNHC)

Project Background: The Brockton Neighborhood Health Center is a local nonprofit community health center which started serving patients from a mobile medical van in a church parking lot in 1994 and has since evolved into a multimillion-dollar health center. Today it serves over 25,000 patients and is the largest employer to arrive in Brockton in the past decade.

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Project: BNHC Renovation & 4-Story Expansion

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Project Type: Health Care/Clinical

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Firm: Isgenuity, LLC (Healthcare Architecture & Interior Design)

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Project Team of Three: Myself (Designer), Dena Zyroff (PM) and George Takoudes (PIC)

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Dates of my Involvement: March 2011 – July 2011 (4 Months)

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Project Scope: 4-Story Building Expansion (in NSF): Renovated Space w/i Ex. Building (in NSF): Total Scope of Isgenuity Work (in NSF):

! Total Building Size after Expansion (in NSF): !

24,500 (Existing Building is 65,500) 12,000 36,000

In 2007, BNHC acquired a vacant lot in Downtown Brockton, MA and built a $17 million community health center that opened its doors in November that year. In 2010, a 6,100-square-foot urgent care center was constructed as a one-story addition abutting the current building and expanding its footprint by roughly 50 percent.

!

In Winter of 2011, Isgenuity, the firm I was then working for, was commissioned to build a four-story expansion/addition onto the existing BNHC building to make room for the rapidly increasing patient enrollment. It was to be constructed on top of the existing one-story urgent care center and use the same footprint (with the exception of a new stairwell). The expansion was to increase the amount of space for adult primary care, obstetrics and gynecology, behavioral health, pediatrics, and social services. An eye and vision clinic was also to be added, and the capacity for dental care doubled.

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[more] 

90,000 (24,500 + 65,500)

7.1


ISGENUITY

The $11.3 million expansion project was funded by a federal grant through the Affordable Care Act and built by Monitor Builders Inc. of Boston. This project was a Design/Build project, therefore Monitor Builders was already pre-selected as the general contractors from the onset of the project. Portions of the new addition opened in September 2011 while the remaining portions came online later in early 2012.

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Isgenuity Deliverables: Existing Conditions Drawings Programming Space Planning Options Development with Presentation Drawings

Design Intent: The challenges of this project were many. For one, the budget was only $11.3 Million for the 24,500 SF Addition with 12,000 SF of renovation, so finishes were extremely budget friendly, and customization was minimized. Much of the casework detailing was borrowed from the construction documents of the original 2007 building.

Design of the Envelope of Addition

Secondly, the nature of the BNHC was that many healthcare professionals in various specialties worked alongside one another in a close proximity. Because of this, circulation patterns and adjacencies were critical to afford the users a well-designed space plan.

Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility)

Lastly, I was the only production person on the project for the most part. This challenged me to work with little direction and stay on task in order to meet critical deadlines.

-Designer for new exterior envelope

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Schematic Design Design Development Set Construction Documents Construction Administration (after my departure from Isgenuity)

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Personal Involvement: -Revit specialist in production of the drawings -Shared project management responsibilities -Acted as note-taker at several user programming meetings -Created the Meeting Minutes for several meetings -Participated at consultant coordination meetings  

7.2


ISGENUITY

The $11.3 million expansion project was funded by a federal grant through the Affordable Care Act and built by Monitor Builders Inc. of Boston. This project was a Design/Build project, therefore Monitor Builders was already pre-selected as the general contractors from the onset of the project. Portions of the new addition opened in September 2011 while the remaining portions came online later in early 2012.

!

Isgenuity Deliverables: Existing Conditions Drawings Programming Space Planning Options Development with Presentation Drawings

Design Intent: The challenges of this project were many. For one, the budget was only $11.3 Million for the 24,500 SF Addition with 12,000 SF of renovation, so finishes were extremely budget friendly, and customization was minimized. Much of the casework detailing was borrowed from the construction documents of the original 2007 building.

Design of the Envelope of Addition

Secondly, the nature of the BNHC was that many healthcare professionals in various specialties worked alongside one another in a close proximity. Because of this, circulation patterns and adjacencies were critical to afford the users a well-designed space plan.

Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility)

Lastly, I was the only production person on the project for the most part. This challenged me to work with little direction and stay on task in order to meet critical deadlines.

-Designer for new exterior envelope

! ! ! !

Schematic Design Design Development Set Construction Documents Construction Administration (after my departure from Isgenuity)

!

Personal Involvement: -Revit specialist in production of the drawings -Shared project management responsibilities -Acted as note-taker at several user programming meetings -Created the Meeting Minutes for several meetings -Participated at consultant coordination meetings  

7.2


NELSON

Project Scope:

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Client: Biogen Idec, Inc.

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Projects: Building One - The New Corporate Headquarters Building Building Nine - Drug Research & Development Operations Building

Building 1: New Construction (in NSF): Renovated Space w/i Ex. Buildings (in NSF): Total Building after Construction (in NSF):

43,000 262,000 305,000

(6-Stories) (2- and 1-Story)

Building 9: New Construction (in NSF):

190,000

(6-Stories)

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Project Type: Corporate, Tenant Interiors (TI), Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), Space Planning, Adaptive Reuse, Historical Preservation, Training/Educational

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! TOTAL NSF of Both Buildings: ! !

Firm: NELSON (Interiors Architects & Interior Designers)

495,000

Project Background: Biogen Idec, Inc. is an American biotechnology company specializing in drugs for neurological disorders, autoimmune disorders and cancer. In 2011 the company employed around 4,900 people across the United States, with more than half of them located in the greater Boston area (2,800 people). Biogen Idec is currently the largest biotech company in the highly biotech-saturated state of Massachusetts. With the FDA approval of three more medically prescribed drugs between 2011 and 2014, the company continues to expand at a rapid pace.

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Project Team: Myself (Job Captain), Michael Bourque (Lead Designer), David Stone (Senior Designer), Stephen Oppenheimer (PM), John Kells (QA/QC), Brad Black (PIC), Justin DiChristofalo (Designer), Amit Shah (Designer), Stacey Rollins (Designer), Patrick Donato (Temporary Production Staff), Christa Mana (Designer)

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Dates of my Involvement: July 2011 – March 2013 (1 Year, 8 Months)

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8.1


NELSON

Project Scope:

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Client: Biogen Idec, Inc.

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Projects: Building One - The New Corporate Headquarters Building Building Nine - Drug Research & Development Operations Building

Building 1: New Construction (in NSF): Renovated Space w/i Ex. Buildings (in NSF): Total Building after Construction (in NSF):

43,000 262,000 305,000

(6-Stories) (2- and 1-Story)

Building 9: New Construction (in NSF):

190,000

(6-Stories)

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Project Type: Corporate, Tenant Interiors (TI), Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), Space Planning, Adaptive Reuse, Historical Preservation, Training/Educational

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! TOTAL NSF of Both Buildings: ! !

Firm: NELSON (Interiors Architects & Interior Designers)

495,000

Project Background: Biogen Idec, Inc. is an American biotechnology company specializing in drugs for neurological disorders, autoimmune disorders and cancer. In 2011 the company employed around 4,900 people across the United States, with more than half of them located in the greater Boston area (2,800 people). Biogen Idec is currently the largest biotech company in the highly biotech-saturated state of Massachusetts. With the FDA approval of three more medically prescribed drugs between 2011 and 2014, the company continues to expand at a rapid pace.

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Project Team: Myself (Job Captain), Michael Bourque (Lead Designer), David Stone (Senior Designer), Stephen Oppenheimer (PM), John Kells (QA/QC), Brad Black (PIC), Justin DiChristofalo (Designer), Amit Shah (Designer), Stacey Rollins (Designer), Patrick Donato (Temporary Production Staff), Christa Mana (Designer)

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Dates of my Involvement: July 2011 – March 2013 (1 Year, 8 Months)

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[more]

8.1


NELSON

Biogen Idec and NELSON have a business relationship that began in the early 2000’s and has since produced numerous large- and small-scale projects. In 2010, before my arrival at NELSON in 2011, Biogen Idec commissioned NELSON to design and construct the interior spaces of a 357,000 GSF headquarters building in Weston, MA, a suburb of Boston, MA. After only three years of inhabiting the Weston Headquarters building, the new CEO of Biogen Idec decided that the geographical separation between the corporate administrative offices and the R&D/manufacturing facilities was hindering the business model dedicated to collaboration.

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In 2011 Biogen Idec found two plots of undeveloped land within the Kendal Square campus on which they planned the new corporate and administrative buildings. The interiors of both buildings were designed and constructed simultaneously by NELSON from early 2011 to early 2013: the new Building 1 is a 305,000 SF building located at 225 Binney Street and the new Building 9 is a 190,000 SF building located at 14 Cambridge Center. The total project of the two build-to-suit buildings totals 507,000 SF. Each building had its own core & shell architecture firm, its own developer, and its own general contractor, while NELSON as a TI firm and Biogen Idec as the tenant remained constant for both.

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The Core and Shell architects were respectively Spagnolo Gisness & Associates and Elkus Manfredi Architects while the developers were respectively Alexandria and Boston Properties.

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Design Intent: Both buildings were designed to be built as “twin-siblings” with a highly similar DNA, but functioning independently to serve the respective program elements of each. Instead of having a distinctively different feel in each building, the users were meant to feel a sense of congruency and seamlessness in the experience of each space despite the differences in the core and shell geometries.

!

To help inspire innovation, Biogen Idec abandoned their conventional office standard for a new model that is cross-functional with a totally open plan that is more supportive of teaming and collaboration. In both buildings, there are not any private enclosed offices. This even includes the Executive Suite on the 5th Floor of Building 1 which has resin panels for visual separation, but otherwise open office layouts. Each employee of Biogen Idec have their own “I-space” workstation in the open plan, while conferences and informal meetings take place in one of the many “Huddle Rooms” surrounding the building’s cores.

!

Building 1 was constructed on the site of the original Biogen building that opened in the late 1970s. The opening of Building 1 marked the official return of the company’s headquarters to Cambridge, MA from Weston, MA. Building 1 includes two small historic structures that went through an adaptive reuse.  One houses HR and IT while the other houses a community lab that serves a student outreach program.  We also designed a two-floor high "connector building" as horizontal circulation between one of the new buildings and an existing lab building. 

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[more]

8.2


NELSON

Biogen Idec and NELSON have a business relationship that began in the early 2000’s and has since produced numerous large- and small-scale projects. In 2010, before my arrival at NELSON in 2011, Biogen Idec commissioned NELSON to design and construct the interior spaces of a 357,000 GSF headquarters building in Weston, MA, a suburb of Boston, MA. After only three years of inhabiting the Weston Headquarters building, the new CEO of Biogen Idec decided that the geographical separation between the corporate administrative offices and the R&D/manufacturing facilities was hindering the business model dedicated to collaboration.

!

In 2011 Biogen Idec found two plots of undeveloped land within the Kendal Square campus on which they planned the new corporate and administrative buildings. The interiors of both buildings were designed and constructed simultaneously by NELSON from early 2011 to early 2013: the new Building 1 is a 305,000 SF building located at 225 Binney Street and the new Building 9 is a 190,000 SF building located at 14 Cambridge Center. The total project of the two build-to-suit buildings totals 507,000 SF. Each building had its own core & shell architecture firm, its own developer, and its own general contractor, while NELSON as a TI firm and Biogen Idec as the tenant remained constant for both.

!

The Core and Shell architects were respectively Spagnolo Gisness & Associates and Elkus Manfredi Architects while the developers were respectively Alexandria and Boston Properties.

! !

Design Intent: Both buildings were designed to be built as “twin-siblings” with a highly similar DNA, but functioning independently to serve the respective program elements of each. Instead of having a distinctively different feel in each building, the users were meant to feel a sense of congruency and seamlessness in the experience of each space despite the differences in the core and shell geometries.

!

To help inspire innovation, Biogen Idec abandoned their conventional office standard for a new model that is cross-functional with a totally open plan that is more supportive of teaming and collaboration. In both buildings, there are not any private enclosed offices. This even includes the Executive Suite on the 5th Floor of Building 1 which has resin panels for visual separation, but otherwise open office layouts. Each employee of Biogen Idec have their own “I-space” workstation in the open plan, while conferences and informal meetings take place in one of the many “Huddle Rooms” surrounding the building’s cores.

!

Building 1 was constructed on the site of the original Biogen building that opened in the late 1970s. The opening of Building 1 marked the official return of the company’s headquarters to Cambridge, MA from Weston, MA. Building 1 includes two small historic structures that went through an adaptive reuse.  One houses HR and IT while the other houses a community lab that serves a student outreach program.  We also designed a two-floor high "connector building" as horizontal circulation between one of the new buildings and an existing lab building. 

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[more]

8.2


NELSON

A change management drawing set that we produced in summer of 2012 completely re-envisioned the design to eliminate the use of enclosed office space and move to the shared and collaborative open office environment. The change management and visioning process also was orchestrated to allow employees to be actively engaged in planning the design details for the new work environment.  The final result responds directly to the collective employee wish list.

!

Sections of each floor also have raised floors and ceiling “clouds” with light fixtures that can be lowered, enabling Biogen Idec to quickly assemble “pop-up rooms” for teams to work on short- or medium-term projects. This office environment was meant to be built with adaptability in mind. If the existing spaces constructed are not surfing the needs of the project teams, the teams should be able to adapt the space to their needs with relatively simple ease.

!

The building architecture is considered a blueprint not only for Building 1, the corporate headquarters, but also for eventual renovations at existing Biogen Idec sites. The open layout hopes to allow accelerated innovation by the haphazard, informal meetings of people by virtue of proximity and approachability.

NELSON Deliverables for Both Buildings: -Required collaboration with Core & Shell architects despite a difference in client -Design Development Drawings -Construction Documents -Permit Drawings -Change Management Construction Document Sets -Options Development with Presentation drawings -Creation of realistic renderings -Space-Type Planning -Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility)

!

[more]


! !

8.3


NELSON

A change management drawing set that we produced in summer of 2012 completely re-envisioned the design to eliminate the use of enclosed office space and move to the shared and collaborative open office environment. The change management and visioning process also was orchestrated to allow employees to be actively engaged in planning the design details for the new work environment.  The final result responds directly to the collective employee wish list.

!

Sections of each floor also have raised floors and ceiling “clouds” with light fixtures that can be lowered, enabling Biogen Idec to quickly assemble “pop-up rooms” for teams to work on short- or medium-term projects. This office environment was meant to be built with adaptability in mind. If the existing spaces constructed are not surfing the needs of the project teams, the teams should be able to adapt the space to their needs with relatively simple ease.

!

The building architecture is considered a blueprint not only for Building 1, the corporate headquarters, but also for eventual renovations at existing Biogen Idec sites. The open layout hopes to allow accelerated innovation by the haphazard, informal meetings of people by virtue of proximity and approachability.

NELSON Deliverables for Both Buildings: -Required collaboration with Core & Shell architects despite a difference in client -Design Development Drawings -Construction Documents -Permit Drawings -Change Management Construction Document Sets -Options Development with Presentation drawings -Creation of realistic renderings -Space-Type Planning -Consultant Coordination (Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Code/Accessibility)

!

[more]


! !

8.3


NELSON

-Developed design options and presentation boards on a weekly basis throughout Design Development and Change Management phases

Personal Involvement: Of the two buildings I was hired to be the Job Captain and a Designer for the construction of Biogen Idec Building 1. I also was a formidable contributor and teammember of the Building 9 team as well. When I started at Nelson in July of 2011, both buildings were in the programming, and space planning stage. I was partially responsible for design and facilitation of the design. As the project gained steam, it was my responsibility to educate design- and production-team members about the Biogen Idec projects and task them with critical-path needs.

!

-Worked closely with IPD Facilitation team at Tocci to produce a Revit model that was not only accurate, but coordinated tightly with all other trades including Core & Shell models -Managed the NELSON Revit Models to be clean and maintain a smaller file size -Developed several dozen custom Revit Families for use in Revit models  

-Attended and contributed to various meetings with the client, general contractors, core & shell architects, and consultants. -Held in-house meetings with teams to ensure tasks and deliverables were meeting deadlines -Conducted product research (furnishings & finishes) -Co-Located at Biogen Idec site building to collaborate with Core & Shell teams and IPD Facilitators, Tocci -Collaborated with other design team members to develop a unique program and space plan for each building -Utilized Building Information Modeling (BIM) to make the construction process more efficient and precise -Was Construction Administration point-person for both Biogen Idec building projects (1 and 9): reviewed submittals, issued architectural sketches (SKAs)

8.4


NELSON

-Developed design options and presentation boards on a weekly basis throughout Design Development and Change Management phases

Personal Involvement: Of the two buildings I was hired to be the Job Captain and a Designer for the construction of Biogen Idec Building 1. I also was a formidable contributor and teammember of the Building 9 team as well. When I started at Nelson in July of 2011, both buildings were in the programming, and space planning stage. I was partially responsible for design and facilitation of the design. As the project gained steam, it was my responsibility to educate design- and production-team members about the Biogen Idec projects and task them with critical-path needs.

!

-Worked closely with IPD Facilitation team at Tocci to produce a Revit model that was not only accurate, but coordinated tightly with all other trades including Core & Shell models -Managed the NELSON Revit Models to be clean and maintain a smaller file size -Developed several dozen custom Revit Families for use in Revit models  

-Attended and contributed to various meetings with the client, general contractors, core & shell architects, and consultants. -Held in-house meetings with teams to ensure tasks and deliverables were meeting deadlines -Conducted product research (furnishings & finishes) -Co-Located at Biogen Idec site building to collaborate with Core & Shell teams and IPD Facilitators, Tocci -Collaborated with other design team members to develop a unique program and space plan for each building -Utilized Building Information Modeling (BIM) to make the construction process more efficient and precise -Was Construction Administration point-person for both Biogen Idec building projects (1 and 9): reviewed submittals, issued architectural sketches (SKAs)

8.4


NELSON

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Client: Reit Management & Research LLC

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Project: South Shore Mental Health Renovation and Expansion

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Project Type: Health Care/Clinical, Offices

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Firm: NELSON (Interiors Architects & Interior Designers)

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Project Team of Two: Myself (Project Manager), Stacy Chambers (PIC)

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Date: January 2013 - March 2013

(3 Months)

Scope: NSF of Renovated Space:

15,500 (Totaling 33,000 for entire suite)

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Project Background: Reit Management & Research (RMR) is a long-standing client of NELSON. We had completed many corporate fit-outs and renovations for RMR in the past. RMR is a private company that primarily manages publicly traded companies. They directly employ approximately 850 professionals in its headquarters in Newton, MA and in over 20 regional offices (a renovation of which I was a part of). RMR is the owner of One Adams Place in Quincy, Massachusetts. It is a 125,000 SF, Class A, five-story office building. It was constructed in 1986, renovated in 2004 and is on 10.5 acres of land. Some of its features consist of 24/7 building access, banking and food service.

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South Shore Mental Health (SSMH) is a tenant of RMR at One Adams Place. Founded in 1926, SSMH provides services for children, teens, and families experiencing serious emotional problems, behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse. In 2013, this private, nonprofit comprehensive behavioral healthcare organization, expanded into 15,500 SF on the 4th Floor of One Adams Place where its footprint before the expansion was 17,500 SF. The expansion into the new suite provided SSMH with more private concealing rooms and a larger waiting area while simultaneously creating a secondary suite for private offices (7 total) and a 1,250 SF conference room.

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NELSON

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Client: Reit Management & Research LLC

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Project: South Shore Mental Health Renovation and Expansion

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Project Type: Health Care/Clinical, Offices

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Firm: NELSON (Interiors Architects & Interior Designers)

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Project Team of Two: Myself (Project Manager), Stacy Chambers (PIC)

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Date: January 2013 - March 2013

(3 Months)

Scope: NSF of Renovated Space:

15,500 (Totaling 33,000 for entire suite)

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Project Background: Reit Management & Research (RMR) is a long-standing client of NELSON. We had completed many corporate fit-outs and renovations for RMR in the past. RMR is a private company that primarily manages publicly traded companies. They directly employ approximately 850 professionals in its headquarters in Newton, MA and in over 20 regional offices (a renovation of which I was a part of). RMR is the owner of One Adams Place in Quincy, Massachusetts. It is a 125,000 SF, Class A, five-story office building. It was constructed in 1986, renovated in 2004 and is on 10.5 acres of land. Some of its features consist of 24/7 building access, banking and food service.

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South Shore Mental Health (SSMH) is a tenant of RMR at One Adams Place. Founded in 1926, SSMH provides services for children, teens, and families experiencing serious emotional problems, behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse. In 2013, this private, nonprofit comprehensive behavioral healthcare organization, expanded into 15,500 SF on the 4th Floor of One Adams Place where its footprint before the expansion was 17,500 SF. The expansion into the new suite provided SSMH with more private concealing rooms and a larger waiting area while simultaneously creating a secondary suite for private offices (7 total) and a 1,250 SF conference room.

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NELSON

Design Intent: NELSON was commissioned to be the owner’s “Architect of Record” since the project was funded by RMR. The tenant, SSMH, used their own architect, Hank Wessman, as the design architect to create spaces using the standard practices of SSMH. Together Hank and I worked to assure the proper design and construction of both suites: the clinical suite and the office suite.

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In the clinical suite, the rooms needed the utmost acoustical separation for privacy, therefore a floor to deck partition construction was needed.

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A difficulty that arose in the design was matching the existing carpet to the new in order to maintain continuity in the hallways.

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Personal Involvement: -As the Project Manager for this project, I ensured the quality of the drawings being created for construction purposes -Collaborated with Hank Wessman to create a final product acceptable to both RMR and SSMH -Represented NELSON at the weekly construction meetings with General Contractor: Gary K Ruben & Associates -Responsible for punch-listing before certificate of occupancy could be issued -Was point of contact for General Contractor and Design Architect 


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NELSON Deliverables: -Construction Documents -Construction Administration -Attendance of weekly construction meetings -Punch Listing -Issuing Bulletins

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NELSON

Design Intent: NELSON was commissioned to be the owner’s “Architect of Record” since the project was funded by RMR. The tenant, SSMH, used their own architect, Hank Wessman, as the design architect to create spaces using the standard practices of SSMH. Together Hank and I worked to assure the proper design and construction of both suites: the clinical suite and the office suite.

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In the clinical suite, the rooms needed the utmost acoustical separation for privacy, therefore a floor to deck partition construction was needed.

!

A difficulty that arose in the design was matching the existing carpet to the new in order to maintain continuity in the hallways.

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Personal Involvement: -As the Project Manager for this project, I ensured the quality of the drawings being created for construction purposes -Collaborated with Hank Wessman to create a final product acceptable to both RMR and SSMH -Represented NELSON at the weekly construction meetings with General Contractor: Gary K Ruben & Associates -Responsible for punch-listing before certificate of occupancy could be issued -Was point of contact for General Contractor and Design Architect 


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NELSON Deliverables: -Construction Documents -Construction Administration -Attendance of weekly construction meetings -Punch Listing -Issuing Bulletins

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Ryan Martin | Work Samples | 2014