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  • 1. Three Scoops, Three FlavorsBy Primary BenchspirationJerrina Alverio, Andy Eggink, Caleb Fowler,Allison Molleson
  • 2. The Problem & The ChallengeInput: The Laurel Tree Output: The LaurelCharter School Black Tree Charter Schoolprimary students Box primary students withwithout a bench. a bench. • Playable • Safe • Comfortable • Aesthetically Pleasing • Use of sustainable materials
  • 3. The Specifications• Size must fit a primary school student• Seat a minimum of twenty• Semi-Circular• Playable• Durable enough for adults• Withstand Humboldt climate• Functional after a rain storm
  • 4. The Criteria Defined Criteria Weight Safety 10 Durability 10 Playability 8Level of Educational Value 5 Level of Environmental 5 Justice Comfort 4 Cost Effectiveness 3
  • 5. The Decision Design Score Three Scoops, Three 1836 Flavors TerraTiers to the Top 1828 Bottles in a Bench 1768 From Stone to Sand 1713Grassy Day, Let’s Go Play 1552 Cement to the Core 1534Sittin’ Good on Firewood 1246 Mountains of Mud 1123
  • 6. Three Scoops, Three Flavors Overview
  • 7. The Center BenchConstruction• Urbanite• Cement• Lime PlasterFeatures• Rock Wall• Xylophone• Chalkboard• Truth Windows
  • 8. The Wing BenchesConstruction• Mirror Design• Earthbags• EcoladrilloFeatures• Game boards• Pipe-O-Phone http://ocoaporlanueva.b ontruyendo-un-mejor- medio- ambiente.html?spref=fb
  • 9. Three Scoops, Three Flavors Vs. Criteria• Safe• Durable• Playable• Educational Value• Environmental Justice• Comfort• Cost
  • 10. Maintenance Section Being Cost ($) Cost (Hours) Maintained Annually AnnuallyLime Plaster 10.00 2.00Rock Wall 0.00 1.00Xylophone 0.00 1.00Game Boards 10.00 2.00Pipe-O-Phone 0.00 0.00Chalkboard 0.00 1.00TOTAL: 20.00 7.00
  • 11. The Cost ExpensesItemFunnels Source Harbor Freight Quantit y 2 Cost $3.00 Estimated Value of Donation Time Spent inTarpPVC pipe1/2 yard of sand Harbor Freight The Mill Yard Eureka Ready Mix 1 $12.00 $17.00 $21.00 HoursCement Ace 4 $48.00Root barrier fabricSandbags Ace United Rentals $78.00 $81.00 Defining theRiver sand Wes Green 3 $120.00 6 ProblemYard of road base Eureka Ready Mix 3 Donated $120.00Wood Miller Farms Donated $200.00Urbanite Miller Farms Donated $200.00Tiles The Tile Center Donated $35.00 GatheringStakes Miller Farms Donated $20.00 100 InformationRebar The Boiler Works Donated $20.00Plexiglass Mollesons Donated $60.00Plastic bottles Eureka Recycling Donated $50.00 241Lime powder Jungle Mike 3 Donated $30.00 Alternative 68Chicken wireCement The Farm Store Piersons/Hensel 10 Donated Donated $50.00 $120.00 SolutionsBarbed wire Miller Farms Donated $20.00Earth pigment ABC N/A $50.00 37Aluminum pipe Arcata Scrap N/A $10.00 Selecting aAluminum molding Arcata Scrap N/A $10.00 SolutionMisc. hardware On hand $30.00 $380.00 $1,025.00 Total Hours: 452 Implementing Total Cost to Reproduce $1,405.00 the Solution
  • 12. Thank You!• Miller Farms • Pierson’s• Eureka Ready Mix • The Farm Store• Jungle Mike • Hensel Materials• Laurel Tree Charter • The Boiler Works School • The Lungstroms• Staff of Laurel Tree • Eureka Recycling• The Tile Center