Three scoops three flavors 215 lt_f12

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Three scoops three flavors 215 lt_f12

  1. 1. Three Scoops, Three FlavorsBy Primary BenchspirationJerrina Alverio, Andy Eggink, Caleb Fowler,Allison Molleson
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 6. Three Scoops, Three Flavors Overview
  7. 7. The Center BenchConstruction• Urbanite• Cement• Lime PlasterFeatures• Rock Wall• Xylophone• Chalkboard• Truth Windows
  8. 8. The Wing BenchesConstruction• Mirror Design• Earthbags• EcoladrilloFeatures• Game boards• Pipe-O-Phone http://ocoaporlanueva.b logspot.com/2012/07/c ontruyendo-un-mejor- medio- ambiente.html?spref=fb
  9. 9. Three Scoops, Three Flavors Vs. Criteria• Safe• Durable• Playable• Educational Value• Environmental Justice• Comfort• Cost
  10. 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. 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. 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

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