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1ST YEAR STUDIO

2ND YEAR STUDIO

3RD YEAR STUDIO

4TH YEAR STUDIO

5TH YEAR STUDIO

COMPETITIONS

CRIME SCENES

John C. Kluczynski Federal Building & Loop Station Post Office Daley Federal Plaza, Chicago, IL - Mies Van Der Rohe


TYLER MARTIN HENDRICKSON, LEED Green Associate University of Arkansas (B.Arch)

ADDRESS

1934 S. 18th St. | Rogers, AR 72758

PHONE

(501) 681-0270

EMAIL

tylerm.hendrickson@gmail.com 02

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SPATIAL Elements The research of this project was based upon the idea that Spatial Elements are a constant contained in an envelope of form. The form, being a variable, may change while the space it contains remains the same. However, when the Spatial Elements contained change then inevitably the form must follow. In testing my thesis, I initially developed a Spatial Identity, a room created by 3 planes with inside and outside space. This room contained certain Spatial Elements that defined the form around them. Through a series of minimal deviations in perspective I made changes to the formal boundary while preserving the Spatial Elements. Simply, the same language of L-shaped and rectilinear spaces remained constant but the formal container changed. This resulted in a Spatial Derivative. Again, I made similar modifications in form but this time I delaminated the form back down to the basic Spatial Identity, 3 planes with inside and outside space. The Anti-derivative. A new formal room that has the same Spatial Derivative as the original Spatial Function.

SPATIAL

Charcoal on Trace Paper

Graphite on Hot Press


SPATIAL Identity (3-plane room)

SPATIAL Derivative

(modifying the form)

SPATIAL Anti-derivative

(the return of a 3-plane room)

Models in Museum Board

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CONCEPTUAL Planning This is a study of planning on a macro scale. Planning at this scale concerns topography, mapping, layering, context, morphology, circulation, and so much more. Thorough investigations into the production of the Nolli Map informed a gestalt like translation in solid/void relationships expressed through the examination of geometric parts to their holistic assemblies.


Bas Relief in Chipboard and Gesso

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UNDERSTANDING Place Place is a holistic composition of many factors such as geography, topography, context, culture, use, environment, ecology and site. The study illustrated is a scale model of the industrial conditions of the South Branch of the Chicago River. This investigation centers around the evolution of use. As the urban environment of Chicago grows the need for more residential development increases. Through material, scale, and the language of form a design begins to incorporate a new use into the already existing fabric of place.

Canal Street Railroad Bridge, Chicago, IL


Model in SPF and Basswood

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DOCUMENTING Built The need for thorough and accurately represented as-built documents are finding themselves in an ever increasing demand. The added economical, ecological, and environmental benefits demand the practice of reusing, remodeling, and renovating space. Through documenting the existing we begin the initial discover of architectural precedence a process in which we can inform future design with the work of that in which has already been built.

Š Mattias HamrÊn

Crematorium Baumschulenweg Berlin, Berlin Germany - Shultes Frank Architeckten


Model in MDF with CNC

Massing in Revit

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MAKING Connections

1|2

This Bridge connector is the first exercise in a two part project of renovation and expansion. The existing connector serves as transition between two warehouse buildings that are no longer in operation. With a new program of Artist live|work space the existing structures are renovated for art display and the bridge becomes a gallery of circulation.

Necco Warehouse Boston, MA

Model in Basswood


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Transformations

2|2

In following with the previous phase and the program of Artist Live|Work space this study is about transforming an original piece of Artwork in to an Architectural space. This new space will serve as the expansion phase of the project and in essence tries to capture the qualities of the original piece of Art.

Artwork Interior

Architecture Interior

Basswood and Acrylic Artwork

Transformation: Art to Architecture


Site Analysis

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FISHER HOUSE Analytic Study This artifact was the outcome of a semester long analysis of Louis Kahn’s Fisher House. A thorough investigation analyzing the house against eight conditions informed the final artifact. The final artifact was created using a process of laser cutting acrylic in series and applying a layer of paint before each cut. The plates are then housed in a cypress box derived from a detail on the house. These eight conditions were as follows: -The house as a sign of culture in the landscape, the house as a projection of man and a point of reference in the landscape. -Approaching the building; the way the building comes into view. -Entering into the sphere of influence. -Passing under the roof. -Stepping into the house; crossing the boundary of exterior and interior. -Occupying the interior. -Encountering light and darkness, the space of light. -Looking through the openings; the relationship between inside and outside.

Š Art and Architecture

Hatboro, Pennsylvania - Louis Kahn


Artifact in Cypress and Laser Cut Acrylic

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VIEWING PAVILION Crystal Bridges This pavilion is located at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AR. It serves as the gateway and information area for observing Frank Llyod Wright’s Bachman Wilson House. I served on the design team and as the project manager creating a a workflow through Rhino/Grasshopper and Revit to produce the Construction Documents and led the fabrication.

Images of Fabrication

Interior Rendering of Model in Revit


CRYSTAL BRIDGES PAVILION

CODE ANALYSIS BUILDING CODES: - 2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) VOL.1 WITH ARKANSAS AMENDMENTS - 2012 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (IFC) VOL.3 WITH ARKANSAS AMENDMENTS - 2011 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC) - 2010 ARKANSAS STATE MECHANICAL CODE - 2004 ARKANSAS ENERGY CODE - 2006 ARKANSAS STATE PLUMBING CODE

FOR THE BACHMAN WILSON HOUSE RECONSTRUCTION 600 MUSEUM WAY BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS 72712

BUILDING SUMMARY: OCCUPANCY GROUP-

B (ASSEMBLY WITH LESS THAN 50 OCCUPANTS)

CONSTRUCTION TYPE-

5B

ALLOWABLE HEIGHT2 STORIES (40 FEET) (2012 IBC SECTION 503)

Engineering Consultants, Inc. Structural Engineers

ALLOWABLE AREA9,000 S.F. (2012 IBC SECTION 503)

401 West Capitol Avenue, Suite 305 Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-3401 Phone No: (501) 376-3752 Fax No: (501) 376-7314

10' - 10"

GROSS S.F.671 S.F. (2012 IBC SECTION 503)

671 S.F.

1:100 GROSS

C CERT I F I

(2012 IBC TABLE 1004.1.2)

OCCUPANTS

D1 = 2'-8" D2 = 8'-0"

7

REQUIRED

.02

1"

128"

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS DESIGN FAB STUDIO 2

200' 75'

PROVIDED

7'-6" MIN

7'-8" MIN

JOHN COLLAMORE

TYLER JONES

SPENCER CURTIS

TYLER JONES

JOHN NOONAN

MOLLY EVANS

JUSTIN LUZIUS

ROBERT WUTHRICH

JOSE GARDUNO

BRADFORD HOERTH CAMERON KRUGER

JASON PIEPER

TYLER HENDRICKSON

AMY LARSON

SCOTT MCDONALD

TYLER HENDRICKSON

JUSTIN LUZIUS

BRADFORD HOERTH DEREK HUKILL

MELISSA ROBERSON GREGORY SHERER

VICINITY MAP

SHEET INDEX SHEET NAME

SCOTT MCDONALD

VERIFICATION OF EXISTING CONDITIONS: IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK, COORDINATE AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONSTRUCTION DETAILS BEFORE STARTING ANY WORK AND REPORT ANY DISCREPANCIES OR OMISSIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS DESIGN FAB STUDIO. DURING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPERLY LAYING OUT WORK AND FOR LINES, MEASUREMENTS AND LOCATIONS OF WORK.

PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET PERMIT SET

DIMENSIONS: DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS. USE FIGURES GIVEN FOR DIMENSIONS. IF NECESSARY DIMENSIONS OR FIGURES ARE MISSING, CONTACT UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS DESIGN FAB STUDIO FOR CLARIFICATION AND DO NOT PROCEED WITH WORK WITHOUT CORRECT AND COMPLETE INFORMATION. WORK INSTALLED ON THE BASIS OF INCORRECTLY ASSUMED DIMENSIONS MAY BE SUBJECT TO CORRECTION AT CONTRACTORS EXPENSE. UNFORESEEN CONDITIONS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROMPTLY NOTIFY THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS DESIGN FAB STUDIO OF ANY CONDITION WHICH REQUIRES THE CONTRACTOR TO PERFORM WORK WHICH COULD NOT HAVE BEEN REASONABLY ASCERTAINED FROM EITHER CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS OR INSPECTION OF EXISTING CONDITIONS PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION. IF SUCH CONDITION IS FOUND TO EXIST, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A CHANGE ORDER FOR THE REMEDYING OF THE CONDITION. CLEANING UPON COMPLETION OF WORK: AT THE COMPLETION OF WORK, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO CLEAN AREAS OF THE PAVILION AND THE SITE THOROUGHLY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: ALL HARD SURFACE FLOORS SHALL BE MOPPED. ALL SURFACES SHALL BE PROPERLY CLEANED OF DIRT, DUST, AND DEBRIS. ALL NEW GLAZING SHALL BE CLEANED INSIDE AND OUT.

CRYSTAL BRIDGES PAVILION

ABBREVIATION LEGEND AB AFF ANSI ARCH ASTM BFF BO BOS BRG CJ CLR COL CONC CONST CONT DIA EJ EL EQ EW FDN FF FTG GA GC HGT HORIZ JBE JST JT KSI LGT LB

CRYSTAL BRIDGES PAVILION

DESIGN CONSULTANT TEAM

CODE ANALYSIS UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS BUILDING CODES:DESIGN FAB STUDIO

OWNER/OPERATOR

- 2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) VOL.1 WITH ARKANSAS AMENDMENTS - 2012 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (IFC) VOL.3 PEREZ WITH ARKANSAS AMENDMENTS SANTIAGO SCOTT ECCLESTON - 2011 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC) (479) 966-6705 600 MUSEUM WAY - 2010 ARKANSAS STATE MECHANICAL CODE perez.sr01@gmail.com BENTONVILLE, AR 72712 - 2004 ARKANSAS ENERGY CODE (479) 418-5731 - 2006 ARKANSAS STATE PLUMBING CODE scotteccleston@crystalbridges.org

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

BILL FABER 3200 RED FOX RDG BENTONVILLE, AR 72712 (479) 903-2947 NOTE: billfaberconstruction@gmail.com HANDRAIL NOT REQUIRED AT

FRANK ALLISON ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS INC. 401 W. CAPITAL AVE. SUITE #305 LITTLE ROCK, AR 72201 (501) 376-3752 fallison@ecilr.com

RAMP WITH A 6" VERTICLE EDGE. 2012 IBC 1010.9

BUILDING SUMMARY: OCCUPANCY GROUP-

B (ASSEMBLY WITH LESS THAN 50 OCCUPANTS)

CONSTRUCTION TYPE-

5B

ANCHOR BOLT ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECTURE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS BELOW FINISHED FLOOR BOTTOM OF BOTTOM OF STEEL BEARING CONTRACTION JOINT CLEAR COLUMN CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CONTINUOUS DIAMETER EXPANSION JOINT ELEVATION EQUAL EACH WAY FOUNDATION FINISHED FLOOR FOOTING GAUGE GENERAL CONTRACTOR HEIGHT HORIZONTAL JOIST BEARING ELEVATION 3.17% JOIST JOINT KIPS PER SQUARE INCH LENGTH POUNDS

6'

NOTE: EXIT SIGNAGE NOT REQUIRED FOR AREAS REQUIRING (1) EXIT. 2012 IBC 1011.1

ALLOWABLE HEIGHT2 STORIES (40 FEET) (2012 IBC SECTION 503)

MAX MFR MIN MISC MTL NIC NO NS NTS ON OD OH PAF PCF PL PMEJ PSF PSI QTY REF REINF REQD RO SCHED SIM SPECS STRUC THK TO TOGB TOS TYP UNO VERT W

MAXIMUM MANUFACTURER MINIMUM MISCELLANEOUS METAL NOT IN CONTRACT NUMBER NEAR SIDE NOT TO SCALE ON CENTER OUTSIDE DIAMETER OPPOSITE HAND POWDER ACTUATED FASTENER POUNDS PER CUBIC FOOT PLATE PREMOLDED EXPANSION JOINT POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH QUANTITY REFER TO REINFORCING REQUIRED ROUGH OPENING SCHEDULE SIMILAR SPECIFICATIONS STRUCTURAL THICKNESS TOP OF TOP OF GRADE BEAM TOP OF STEEL TYPICAL UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE VERTICAL WIDTH

TITLE SHEET Project Number

Drawn By Checked By

T1.0

- 0"

Engineering Consultants, Inc. Structural Engineers

10' - 10"

401 West Capitol Avenue, Suite 305 Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-3401 Phone No: (501) 376-3752 Fax No: (501) 376-7314

1 A5.3

671 S.F.

CERT I F I

"

(2012 IBC TABLE 1004.1.2)

1:100 GROSS

OCCUPANTS

REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER

No. 26 KA E NS A IN S-E N G

OCCUPANTS

R

AN

No. 5920 O IS K M . AL L

7 Structural Engineering services provided for the project include design of foundaƟons and framing of the above grade structure (concrete, wood and steel structural components).

EXIT WIDTH ANALYSIS: EXIT AREAS

AT E O F ST ARKANSAS

OF AUT H O

ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, INC.

F

LOAD FACTOR

1/2

AR

AREA

-6

ER

OCCUPANT LOAD AND EGRESS:

8'

ZA T I ON

EXIT WIDTH 2'-8"

E AT

RI

WITHOUT SPRINKLER

C

GROSS S.F.671 S.F. (2012 IBC SECTION 503) FIRE PROTECTION-

0000001 6.13.14 TMH TMH

Date

NOTE: OCCUPANCY LOAD POSTING IS NOT REQUIRED FOR BUSINESS OCCUPANCY. 2012 IBC 1004.3

ALLOWABLE AREA9,000 S.F. (2012 IBC SECTION 503) ACTUAL HEIGHT-

Date

GENERAL NOTES

N

ISSUED

TITLE SHEET SITE PLAN LIFE SAFETY PLAN ANNOTATED FRAMING PLAN DIMENSIONED FRAMING PLAN ANNOTATED FLOOR PLAN DIMENSIONED FLOOR PLAN ELEVATIONS ELEVATIONS FRAME SECTIONS ROOF PLAN DETAILS DETAILS AND SECTIONS DETAILS BUILDING SECTION

Description

GRACE SMITH

N

SHEET NUMBER

No.

SUMMER 2014 TEAM

ANGELA CARPENTER VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR BRANDON BISSRAM

REQUIRED CEILING HEIGHTS (2012 IBC 1003.2) =

T1.0 SP1.0 LS1.0 A1.O A1.1 A1.2 A1.3 A2.0 A2.1 A3.0 A4.0 A5.0 A5.1 A5.2 A5.3

REVISION LOG

SANTIAGO PEREZSTUDIO COORDINATOR SPRING 2014 TEAM

25'-2"'

CEILING HEIGHTS:

D1 = 2'-8" D2 = 8'-0"

No. 5920 O IS K M . AL L

Design of Architectural (non-structural) components, such as waterproofing, flashing, and polycarbonate sheathing (polygal), along with verificaƟon of Architectural aspects of the project, such as raƟngs, occupancy and egress requirements, are not part of the Structural Engineering scope of services for the project.

PROVIDED

1

MAXIMUM DISTANCE WITHOUT SPRINKLER (2012 IBC 1016.2) MAXIMUM DISTANCE WITHOUT SPRINKLER AND 1 EXIT (2012 IBC 1021.2)

ASSEMBLY

AN

Structural Engineering services provided for the project include design of foundaƟons and framing of the above grade structure (concrete, wood and steel structural components).

FACTOR

NUMBER OF EXITS (2012 IBC 1021.2)

USE

R

7

EXIT WIDTH ANALYSIS: EXIT AREAS

AT E O F ST ARKANSAS

REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER

No. 26 KA E NS A IN S-E N G

OCCUPANTS

F

LOAD FACTOR

AR

ASSEMBLY

AREA

ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, INC.

ER

OCCUPANT LOAD AND EGRESS: USE

A

ZA T I ON

WITHOUT SPRINKLER

RI

FIRE PROTECTION-

OF AUT H TE O

N

ACTUAL HEIGHT-

FACTOR

REQUIRED

PROVIDED

.02

1"

128"

7

25'-2" TRAVEL DISTANCE

NUMBER OF EXITS (2012 IBC 1021.2)

1

MAXIMUM DISTANCE WITHOUT SPRINKLER (2012 IBC 1016.2) MAXIMUM DISTANCE WITHOUT SPRINKLER AND 1 EXIT (2012 IBC 1021.2)

Design of Architectural (non-structural) components, such as waterproofing, flashing, and polycarbonate sheathing (polygal), along with verificaƟon of Architectural aspects of the project, such as raƟngs, occupancy and egress requirements, are not part of the Structural Engineering scope of services for the project.

EXISTING RETAINING WALL

REVISION LOG

2

200' 75'

No.

25'-2"'

Description

Date

FLAGSTONE, TYP

CEILING HEIGHTS: REQUIRED CEILING HEIGHTS (2012 IBC 1003.2) =

PROVIDED

7'-6" MIN

7'-8" MIN

6" VERTICAL EDGE FROM FLOOR DECKING. 30" MAX PER 2012 IBC 1013.2

EXIT WIDTH 8'-0"

LINE REPRESENTS ROOF EDGE ABOVE

CRYSTAL BRIDGES PAVILION

6" FLAGSTONE RISER, TYP 5' - 0 1/4"

LIFE SAFETY PLAN 8'

-6

1/4"

Project Number

0000001 6.13.14 BCH TMH

6' - 0"

6" RAMP EDGE, TYP

Date

3 GAUGE (1/4") STEEL PLATE WESTERN RED CEDAR TEE CONNECTOR CUSTOM SHAPE ATTACHED WITH 1/2" THREADED ROD, TYP. REF A3.0

Drawn By Checked By

5%

1

LIFE SAFETY PLAN 3/8" = 1'-0"

LS1.0

N

16 GAUGE (1/16") STEEL PLATE 6" DEEP ATTACHED WITH ALUMINUM RIVETS

5

Engineering Consultants, Inc. Structural Engineers

4

A5.2

A5.2

401 West Capitol Avenue, Suite 305 Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-3401 Phone No: (501) 376-3752 Fax No: (501) 376-7314 1

ER

C CERT I F I

REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER R

F

AR

A5.2

AT E O F ST ARKANSAS

OF AUT H O

ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, INC.

No. 26 KA E NS A IN S-E N G

TYP

3

ZA T I ON

LINE REPRESENTS DECK EDGE BELOW

E AT

AN

No. 5920 O IS K M . AL L

N

A5.3

RI

16 GAUGE (1/16") STEEL FASCIA ATTACHED TO 1 1/2"X9 1/4" WESTERN RED CEDAR FASCIA BLOCKING WITH 1/2" THREADED ROD CAPPED WITH 1/2" POLYGAL. REF 5/A5.2

Structural Engineering services provided for the project include design of foundaƟons and framing of the above grade structure (concrete, wood and steel structural components).

1/2" POLYGAL COMPOSITE PANEL ATTACH TO 1 1/2"X9 1/4" WESTERN RED CEDAR, APPLY (1) COAT OF SIKKENS CETOL SRD SIK240-077 TO WOOD

Design of Architectural (non-structural) components, such as waterproofing, flashing, and polycarbonate sheathing (polygal), along with verificaƟon of Architectural aspects of the project, such as raƟngs, occupancy and egress requirements, are not part of the Structural Engineering scope of services for the project.

REVISION LOG

5 A5.1

No.

2

Description

Date

TYP

A5.2

WALLS, FLOORS, AND GLAZING ARE NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY

5 1/2" POLYGAL COMPOSITE PANEL ATTACH TO 1 1/2"X9 1/4" WESTERN RED CEDAR, APPLY (1) COAT OF SIKKENS CETOL SRD - SIK240-077 TO WOOD

A5.2

6 A5.2

7

3 GAUGE (1/4") STEEL PLATE WESERN RED CEDAR CONNECTOR CUSTOM SHAPE ATTACHED WITH 1/2" THREADED ROD. REF A3.0

TYP

CRYSTAL BRIDGES PAVILION

A5.2

1

LINE REPRESENTS DECK EDGE BELOW

A5.2

ROOF PLAN (2) 1 1/2"X9 1/4" WESTERN RED CEDAR JOISTS 4

3"

1 1/2"

2"

5"

5"

2"

3" 3/4"x6"x14" STEEL PLATE

B

1" THREADED ROD WITH HEAVY HEX NUT AND WASHER, TYP 3" 3"

Drawn By Checked By

2' DIAMETER REINFORCED CONCRETE FOOTING

1' - 6"

1

ROOF PLAN 3/8" = 1'-0"

N

A4.0

2' - 0"

SIMPSON STRONG-TIE JOIST HANGERS ATTACHED WITH 9 GAUGE GALVANIZED JOIST HANGER NAILS

3/4"

A36 W10x22 WIDE FLANGE

401 West Capitol Avenue, Suite 305 Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-3401 Phone No: (501) 376-3752 Fax No: (501) 376-7314

1/2" THREADED ROD, TYP.

BRIDGING DETAIL 3" = 1'-0"

7 1/2"

1" THREADED ROD, TYP.

7 1/2"

HEAVY HEX NUT W/ WASHER TYP. 6"

5"

1'-8 15/16" BELOW TO DECK

AT

No. 26 KA E NS A IN S-E N G

2' - 0"

PLAN

1 3/8"

4"X4" STEEL ANGLE

2"

A36 W10X22 WIDE FLANGE

1'-11" DIAMETER REINFD. CONCRETE PIER 8 KSF ALLOWABLE NET BEARING CAPACITY

1' - 0"

PIVOT DOOR BEARING 3" = 1'-0"

TACK WELD

5"

5"

REVISION LOG No.

Description

Date

GIRDER/JOIST DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 5' - 6"

3" 2" 2"

Design of Architectural (non-structural) components, such as waterproofing, flashing, and polycarbonate sheathing (polygal), along with verificaƟon of Architectural aspects of the project, such as raƟngs, occupancy and egress requirements, are not part of the Structural Engineering scope of services for the project.

1' - 0"

5

No. 5920 O IS K M . AL L

#3 REINF. TIES @ 12" O.C.

BOLTED STEEL FLANGE REINF. IF REQD.

(6) #7 VERTICAL REINF.

9

AN

Structural Engineering services provided for the project include design of foundaƟons and framing of the above grade structure (concrete, wood and steel structural components).

1' - 0"

HARDWARESOURCE TECHNICAL DWG SKU # 898128

REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER R

F

AR

1/2" THREADED RODS, TYP

AT E O F ST ARKANSAS

E OF AUT HO

ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, INC.

ZA T I ON

1222.26+

(2) 1 1/2"X9 1/4" WESTERN RED CEDAR JOISTS

RI

PL 3/4"x6"x14" STEEL PLATE

3 A5.0

C

1/4"

1 7/16"

6

SECTION 7"

2"

1 1/4"

Engineering Consultants, Inc. Structural Engineers

1 5/8"

1/4"

1/4"

9/32"

1 5/8"

2"

FOUNDATION PLATE DETAIL 1" = 1'-0"

3

A

1 1/2"X9 1/4" WESTERN RED CEDAR BRIDGING

CERT I F I

1 7/16"

B

0000001 6.13.14 BCH TMH

Date

#3 REINFORCING TIES @ 12" O.C. W/ 12" OVERLAP

9 1/4"

9 1/4"

Project Number

(6) #7 VERTICAL REINFORCING ROD

N

A5.2

1' - 9"

ER

1 1/2" 1 1/2"

2" 2" 3" 3"

1' - 6"

3"

1" THREADED ROD WITH HEAVY HEX NUT AND WASHER, TYP

(6) #7 VERTICAL REINFORCING ROD

(6) #7 VERTICAL REINFORCING ROD

1/8"x6" STEEL PLATE

3"

#3 REINFORCING TIES @ 12" O.C. W/ 12" OVERLAP 2' DIAMETER REINFORCED CONCRETE FOOTING 1' - 6"

4"X4" STEEL ANGLE 2"X6" TUBE STEEL COLUMN

2' - 0"

1' - 0"

3"

3/4"x6"x14" STEEL PLATE

#3 REINFORCING TIES @ 12" O.C.

W10x22 STEEL WIDE FLANGE , TYP. 2' DIAMETER REIFORCED CONCRETE PIER

F 8

COLUMN CONNECTION DETAIL 1" = 1'-0"

4

4

GIRDER CONNECTION DETAIL 1" = 1'-0"

2' - 0"

2

CRYSTAL BRIDGES PAVILION

FOUNDATION DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

H.S. GROUT, TYP DUAL LEVEL DRAIN PEA GRAVEL CLAMPING RING SET IN A BED OF MASTIC 5 1/2"

ENKADRAIN DRAINAGE MAT

7 3/8"

1/8" TYP

(2) 1 1/2"X9 1/4" WESTERN RED CEDAR JOISTS BUTTED TOGETHER FASTENED WITH #10 2 1/2" SQUARE DRIVE SCREWS AND OFFSET 1'-0" OC OH

TYP

3 1/4"

6 7/8"

DETAILS

FLAGSTONE PAVERS, TYP.

3"

1/8" TYP

6"

4"

1"

4"X4" STEEL ANGLE 1/2" THREADED ROD, TYP

Project Number

BOLTED STEEL FLANGE REINF. IF REQD.

Drawn By

A5.0

Checked By

BOLTED STEEL FLANGE REINF. IF REQD.

TYP

7

0000001 6.13.14 TMH TMH

Date

A36 W10X22 WIDE FLANGE

5

60 MIL SHEET MEMBRANE MASTIC LAYER 4"COMPACTED ROAD BASE

FLOOR DECK DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

A5.0

COMPACT BASE SOIL TO 95%

1

FLAGSTONE PAVER DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Samples of CD’s in Revit

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FALLEN OFFICERS MEMORIAL Competition The West Memphis Fallen Officers Memorial was my first design competition. The project was a finalist, shortlisted to pay tribute to Police Officer Bill Evans and Sergeant Brandon Paudert whom were killed in the line of duty. The paths between the walls of glass are the paths each of us walk. As our lives run parallel we catch moments in each others lives. We may chose to engage each other with a kind word or just drift by in the passing wind... Somewhere between the walls of our community and the reflections from the sky above.


Competition Entry

MARBLE AND GLASS TILES TO CLAD ALL SOLID WALLS AND WALKS

SOUTHERN CATALPA IS A MEDIUM SIZED TREE WITH A TALL CANOPY WITH ABOUT 7 FOOT CLEARANCE. IT BLOOMS WHITE ORCHARD LIKE FLOWERS IN LATE MAY.

REFLECTIVE GLASS WALLS CATCH THE SETTING SUN AND THEN ILLUMINATE THROUGH THE NIGHT.

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HNEDAK BOBO Competition This project is a competition finalist that began as a ten week exploration of Peru where I produced over one hundred sketches documenting Peruvian culture across several cities. The competition entry then ended in Cusco in the neighborhood of San Blas. The main artboard is a layered composition of 5 weeks of design and the project was produced with only the things I could carry. As one navigates through the narrow urban valleys a game of compression and release is established. This release happens as streets open up to plazas and the gathering of community takes place.

Model in Context xt

Model Interior Interio or


Sample Tr ravel Sketches Travel

5 Week Layered Design Composition

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MICHAEL BUONO Green Award This project was nominated for the Michael Buono Green Award Medal for demonstrating great concern in environmental, ecological, and energy issues. Located in Little Rock, AR this mediatheque is designed to revitalize downtown offering a new planning strategy to encourage the river front ecology to engage the urban environment. This BIM model underwent environmental and solar analysis and incorporates green building systems such as rainwater harvesting, geothermal, permeable surfacing, and offering nearby areas of public transportation.

Site Analysis


PRECAST PRE AST PARAP APETT CAP AP CAST AST SSETT CONCR ONCRETE TE ANCHOR SMOOTH SMO TH EDGE GRAVEL G VEL WATERP TERPROOF OOF MEMBRANE MEMB ANE THERMAL THER AL INSULATION INSUL TION ATT 2% SLOPE OPE TO O ROOF OOF DRAIN D AIN PERIMETER PERIM TER SCREEN MOUNTING BRACK B CKET T ANCHORED TO O FLOOR F OOR SLAB. SLA . BOLT BO T ATTACHMENT CHMENT FOR GRATE. G STEEL REINFO REINFORCING CING BAR TYPI PICAL AL CLIP FIXED ALUMINUM A UMINUM PANEL ANEL WITH SPRAYED SP ED POLYUR PO YURETHANE THANE INSUL INSULATION TION BEYOND OND TYPI PICAL AL 8” x 8 8” x 6” 6 A ALUMINUM UMINUM G GRATING TING TYPI PICAL. AL. (16” x 16” (16 16 x 6 6” ALUMINUM A UMINUM G GRATING TING ON WEST ELEVATION EL TION AND 4” 4 x4 4” x 6” 6 SUBSU TING UP TO O 40” 40 WHERE EXPOSE EXPOSED.) .) GRATING

PARAPET DETAIL

SINGLE GLAZED UNIT FRAMED F MED IN EXTRUDED TRUDED ALUMINUM A UMINUM TYPI PICAL AL

RADIANT ADIANT F FLOOR OOR CAPILLA APILLARY SILI ONE SEALED RUBBER-BASED SILICONE THERMAL THER AL BREAK TYPI PICAL AL PERIMETER PERIM TER SCREEN MOUNTING B BRACK CKET T ANCHORED TO O FLOOR F OOR SLA SLAB.. BO BOLT T ATTACHMENT CHMENT FOR G GRATE. CLIP FIXED ALUMINUM A UMINUM PANEL ANEL WITH SPRAYED SP ED POLYUR PO YURETHANE THANE INSUL INSULATION TION BEYOND OND 8” x 8” 8 x6 6” ALUMINUM G GRATING TING TYPI PICAL. AL. (16” x 16 (16 16” x 6” 6 A ALUMINUM UMINUM G GRATING TING ON WEST EL ELEVATION TION AND 4” 4 x4 4” x 6” 6 SU SUBTING UP TO O 40” 40 WHERE EXPOSE EXPOSED.) .) GRATING PERFO TED ALUMINUM PERFORATED A UMINUM PANELS ANELS SUSPENDED IN CEILING GRID ANCHORED TO OF FLOOR OOR SLAB ABOVE

FLOOR CONNECTION DETAIL

SILI ONE SEALED RUBBER-BASED SILICONE THERMAL THER AL BREAK TYPI PICAL AL PERIMETER PERIM TER DRAIN D AINAGE GE PRECAST PRE AST CONCR ONCRETE TE PAVERS VERS

RADIANT ADIANT F FLOOR OOR CAPILLA APILLARY STEEL REINFO REINFORCING CING BAR SITE CAST AST CONCR ONCRETE TE COLUMN UMN BEYOND B OND THERMAL THER AL INSULATION INSUL TION TYPI PICAL AL WATERP TERPROOF OOF MEMB MEMBRANE ANE TYPI PICAL AL LOOSE OOSE GRAVEL G VEL TYPI PICAL AL DRAIN AINAGE GE MAT

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PERFORATED PERFO TED D DRAIN AINAGE GE PIPE

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JOSHCrime MELTON Scene Crime scene re-creation including a laser cut physical model, a digital model, site survey documentation, and interior renderings.

Model in Laser Cut Basswood


Interior Rendering

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TINA SCROGGIN Crime Scene Crime scene re-creation including a CNC physical model, a site plan, and site survey documentation.


Model in Maple Plywood with CNC

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TM | HENDRICKSON Portfolio  

Portfolio containing design, build, and fabrication projects. Architect Redding, California

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