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A presentation providing data to support pool, spa and fountains concepts for the community of Cap Cana located in the Dominican Republic.

A presentation providing data to support pool, spa and fountains concepts for the community of Cap Cana located in the Dominican Republic.

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  • 1. CAP CANA Dominican RepublicConcept Package June 2008
  • 2. Index SECTION 1 - SITE PLANS & LAGOONS Option “A” - Beach Club Area & Overall Site Plan Option “B” - Beach Club Area & Overall Site Plan Villa Lagoon Spa Lagoon SECTION 2 - OPTION “A” POOLS Adult Pool & Spas Family Pool, Spas & IWF Spa Area Pool & Spa Beach Club Pool SECTION 3 - OPTION “B” POOLS Adult Pool & Spas Family Pool, Spas & IWF Spa Area Pool & Spa Beach Club Pool SECTION 4 - BEACH CLUB FOUNTAINS Entry Fountain Teen Room Fountain Bar Fountain Prepared for: SECTION 5 - VILLAS Typical Villa - Pools, Spas & Water Features Floating Villa - Pool SECTION 6 - UTILITY DATA North Equipment Room South Equipment Room Beach Club Equipment Room Typical Villa Equipment Typical Floating Villa Equipment by2 w est oakl and avenue sui te 100 - po box 1208 - oakland, f lor ida 34760 • 407. 656. 8002 • www. adedesign. com
  • 3. SECTION 1 - SITE PLANS & LAGOONS Option “A” - Beach Club Area & Overall Site Plan Option “B” - Beach Club Area & Overall Site Plan Villa Lagoon Spa LagoonThe bulk of the vegitation is NOT shown in this presentation to allow for clear visual of the water features and pools. LAGOON AREA RENDERING
  • 4. Option “A” Beach Club Area Plan Option “A” Site Plan OPTION “A” - BEACH CLUB AREA & OVERALL SITE PLAN Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 7
  • 5. Option “B” Beach Club Area Plan Option “B” Site Plan OPTION “B” - BEACH CLUB AREA & OVERALL SITE PLAN Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 9
  • 6. 4.00 W/L 6 1 4 7 2 8 4 3 5 4.50 W/L Image Legend 1 Main water Fall Character 2 Dense planting surrounding lagoon 2 7 3 Lagoon spray water feature 4 Intermediate waterfall 5 Water flow from pool level 1 3 6 Lagoon character at upper pond 7 Typical sky view 8 Water feature 8 3.00 W/L 5 6 5 6 8.25 W/L 8.25 W/LVilla Lagoon - Plan View VILLA LAGOON Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 11
  • 7. 6.00 W/L 2 6 3 4 1 4 Source Boil 5 7 2.75 3 W/L Image Legend 1 Main waterfall character 2 2 Waterfall at pool edge 3 Treatment room 5.25 5 4 Treatment room floor W/L 1 5 Rocks at pool edge 6 Lagoon at sunset 7 Intermediate falls 7 2.75 1 W/L 1 2.75 W/LSpa Lagoon - Plan View SPA LAGOON Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 13
  • 8. SECTION 2 - OPTION “A” POOLS Adult Pool & Spas Family Pool, Spas & IWF Spa Area Pool & Spa Beach Club Pool
  • 9. 1 2 3 5 4 6 1 2 6 5 Image Legend 1 Waterfall features 2 Island water feature 3 3 Planter island 4 Repetitive seperation concept 5 Secluded spa with cabana 6 Pool coping 6 5 4 6Adult Pool & Spas - Plan View Adult Pool & Spas Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 17
  • 10. 5 1 8 3 6 2 3 9 4 7 8 Image Legend 4 1 1 Open swimming area 2 Private pool area 3 Pool feel 9 4 Interactive water feature 5 8 5 Landscape character 6 Pool gutter configuration 8 7 Spa character 8 8 Planter falls feature 8 9 Interactive sprays 6 2 7Family Pool, Spas & IWF - Plan View Family Pool, Spas & IWF Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 19
  • 11. 5 2 6 6 3 4 1 4 5 7 Image Legend 1 Wall textures & finishes 4 2 Pool gutter configuration 6 7 3 Landscape character 1 4 Typical pool finish / apperance 5 Deck character 6 Step edge 3 7 Landscape accents 2 5Spa Area Pool & Spa - Plan View Spa Area Pool & Spa Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 21
  • 12. 3 7 2 6 4 5 1 7 4 Image Legend 1 Infinity edge 2 Tile at sunshelf 3 Sunshelf character 2 4 Waterfall at planter 1 5 Lower infinity edge detail 6 Beach view 3 7 View overlooking infinity edge 5 6Beach Club Pool - Plan View Beach Club Pool Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 23
  • 13. SECTION 3 - OPTION “B” POOLS Adult Pool & Spas Family Pool, Spas & IWF Spa Area Pool & Spas Beach Club Pool
  • 14. 6 1 4 7 2 6 8 3 5 3 3 5 8 1 Image Legend 1 Rockwork structure over pool 2 Rock detail at small falls 7 3 Waterfall at rock outcropping’s 4 Main waterfall character 5 4 5 Spa character 2 6 Overhead view / landscape character 7 Multi level pool area 8 8 Rockwork / landscape integration 6Adult Pool & Spas - Plan View Adult Pool & Spas Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 27
  • 15. 2 5 1 4 5 3 7 4 6 2 1 5 Image Legend 1 Pool island character 2 Rockwork integration 2 2 3 Swimming area 4 Pool character from above 1 5 Landscape at pool edge 6 Landscape at pool edge (cont.) 7 7 Pool finish & water apperance 2 3 6Family Pool, Spas & IWF - Plan View Family Pool, Spas & IWF Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 29
  • 16. 1 2 5 3 5 6 4 6 1 5 Image Legend 1 Splash on varied rock surfaces 2 Waterfall at pool 6 3 Overview from above 4 Heavy waterfall at pool backwall 5 Seperate fall area 6 Waterfall off island 2 4 3Spa Area Pool & Spa - Plan View Spa Area Pool & Spa Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 31
  • 17. 1 5 3 2 5 6 4 4 2 7 1 Image Legend 7 1 Overview of pool area 2 View from pool area to adjacent villas 3 View from pool to ocean 4 View from clubhouse 5 Step finishes 6 Adjacent beach 7 Water at planter edge 3 7 6Beach Club Pool - Plan View Beach Club Pool Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 33
  • 18. SECTION 4 - BEACH CLUB FOUNTAINS Entry Fountains Teen Room Fountain Bar Fountain
  • 19. 8 6 5 1 2 4 2 4 5 3 7 2 4 1 8 3 5 1 6 Image Legend 7 1 Step character 2 Water effect at fountain 3 Stepping stone character 4 Waterfalls at islandsBeach Club Entry Fountains - Plan View 5 Water effect at falls 6 Pond / clubhouse character 7 Decking over pond 8 Pond floor finishes 2Teen Room Fountain - Plan View 2 Bar Fountain - Plan View Beach Club Entry, Teen Room & Bar Fountains Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 37
  • 20. SECTION 5 - VILLASTypical Villa - Pools, Spas & Water Features Floating Villa - Pool
  • 21. 3 1 5 3 4 2 6 1 4 2 7 7 Image Legend 1 1 Spa courtyard character 2 Typical Villa feel 3 Upper level pool 6 4 Pool courtyard character 5 Typical pool feel Typical Hotel Villa 2nd Floor - Plan View 6 Upper level pool edge detail 7 Typical Villa view 6 2 3 7 5Typical Hotel Villa 1st Floor - Plan View Floating Villa - Plan View Typical Villa - Pools, Spas & Water Features Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 41
  • 22. SECTION 6 - UTILITY DATA North Equipment Room South Equipment Room Beach Club Equipment Room Typical Villa Equipment Typical Floating Villa Equipment
  • 23. TRUMP CAP CANA NORTH EQUIPMENT ROOM TRUMP CAP CANA Preliminary Utility Requirements for North Pool / Spa Area Lagoon SOUTH EQUIPMENT ROOM Preliminary Utility Requirements for Family Pool, Family Spa, and Main LagoonNorth Equipment Room South Equipment Room Beach Club Equipment Room Villa - 1st & 2nd Floors - Equipment Vault (Typ.) Floating Villa - Equipment Vault (Typ.)1. Water Supply Required: 1. Water Supply Required: 1. Water Supply Required: 1. Water Supply Required: 1. Water Supply Required:The water supply design & engineering shall be provided by the Architect or his MEP Engineer. The water supply design & engineering shall be provided by the Architect or his MEP Engineer. The water supply design & engineering shall be provided by the Architect or his MEP Engineer. The water supply design & engineering shall be provided by the Architect or his MEP Engineer. The water supply design & engineering shall be provided by the Architect or his MEP Engineer. -- Pipe Size Desired: 75.0 -- Pipe Size Desired: 50.0 -- Pipe Size Desired (mm): 35.0 -- Pipe Size Desired (mm): 25.0 -- Pipe Size Desired: 2@ 100.0 -- Estimated Peak Water Demand (gpm) 153.5 -- Estimated Peak Water Demand (gpm) 99.8 -- Estimated Peak Water Demand (gpm) 35.0 -- Estimated Peak Water Demand (gpm) 12.0 -- Estimated Peak Water Demand (gpm) 461.6 -- Minimum Pressure (PSI) Required: 60 -- Minimum Pressure (PSI) Required: 60 -- Minimum Pressure (PSI) Required: 60 -- Minimum Pressure (PSI) Required: 60 -- Minimum Pressure (PSI) Required: 60 2. Waste Water Loads (capacity / flow): 2. Waste Water Loads (capacity / flow): 2. Waste Water Loads (capacity / flow): 2. Waste Water Loads (capacity / flow):2. Waste Water Loads (capacity / flow): Expected backwash flow (gpm) to sanitary sewer or other authorized outfall. The Civil Engineer orExpected backwash flow (gpm) to sanitary sewer or other authorized outfall. The Civil Engineer or Expected backwash flow (gpm) to sanitary sewer or other authorized outfall. The Civil Engineer or Expected backwash flow (gpm) to sanitary sewer or other authorized outfall. The Civil Engineer or Expected backwash flow (gpm) to sanitary sewer or other authorized outfall. The Civil Engineer or Architect shall provide this design.Architect shall provide this design. Architect shall provide this design. Architect shall provide this design. Architect shall provide this design. -- Backwash Flow (GPM): 105.0 -- Backwash Flow (GPM): 50.0 -- Backwash Flow (GPM): 50.0 -- Backwash Flow (GPM): 210.0 -- Backwash Flow (GPM): 105.0 -- Type of flow: Gravity -- Recommended air gap distance (mm): 300 -- Type of flow: Gravity -- Type of flow: Gravity -- Type of flow: Gravity -- Type of flow: Gravity -- Recommended air gap distance (mm): 100 -- Recommended air gap distance (mm): 100 -- Recommended air gap distance (mm): 600 -- Recommended air gap distance (mm.): 600 3. Electrical Requirements: The expected electrical supply and load is noted below. The Architect or his MEP Engineer shall provide 3. Electrical Requirements: 3. Electrical Requirements:3. Electrical Requirements: 3. Electrical Requirements: the control wiring design as needed. The expected electrical supply and load is noted below. The Architect or his MEP Engineer shall The expected electrical supply and load is noted below. The Architect or his MEP Engineer shallThe expected electrical supply and load is noted below. The Architect or his MEP Engineer shall The expected electrical supply and load is noted below. The Architect or his MEP Engineer shall provide Expected power phase 3 provide the control wiring design as needed. provide the control wiring design as needed.provide the control wiring design as needed. Expected power voltage 400 Expected power phase 3 Expected power phase 3 Expected power phase 3 the control wiring design as needed. Anticipated kW 69.2 Expected power voltage 400 Expected power voltage 400 Expected power voltage 400 Expected power phase 3 a. Includes power loads for: Anticipated kW 21.0 Anticipated kW 3.6 Expected power voltage 400 Anticipated kW 402.5 1. All pool pumps and Underwater Lights a. Includes power loads for: a. Includes power loads for: Anticipated kW 858.5 a. Includes power loads for: 2. Chemical Systems with Electrical Interlocks 1. All pool pumps and Underwater Lights 1. All pool pumps and Underwater Lights a. Includes power loads for: 1. All pool pumps and Underwater Lights 3. Heater control wiring and GFI Receptacles 2. Chemical Systems with Electrical Interlocks 2. Chemical Systems with Electrical Interlocks 1. All pool pumps and Underwater Lights 2. Chemical Systems with Electrical Interlocks 4. Auto-Level systems, Therapy operation, and Safety cutoff 3. Heater control wiring and GFI Receptacles 2. Chemical Systems with Electrical Interlocks 3. Heater control wiring and GFI Receptacles 3. Heater control wiring and GFI Receptacles 5. Timers, VFDs, Programmable Interactive Controls 4. Auto-Level systems, Therapy operation, and Safety cutoff 3. Heater control wiring and GFI Receptacles 4. Auto-Level systems, Therapy operation, and Safety cutoff 4. Auto-Level systems, Therapy operation, and Safety cutoff 6. Note: 10 kW "extra" added due to preliminary nature of info 4. Auto-Level systems, Therapy operation, and Safety cutoff 5. Timers, VFDs, Programmable Interactive Controls 5. Timers, VFDs, Programmable Interactive Controls b. These figures do NOT include power loads for: 5. Timers, VFDs, Programmable Interactive Controls 5. Timers, VFDs, Programmable Interactive Controls 6. Note: 3 kW "extra" added due to preliminary nature of info 6. Note: 3 kW "extra" added due to preliminary nature of info 1. Miscellaneous utility requirements at the filter area 6. Note: 10 kW "extra" added due to preliminary nature of info 6. Note: 30 kW "extra" added due to preliminary nature of info b. These figures do NOT include power loads for: b. These figures do NOT include power loads for: 2. Deck Illumination b. These figures do NOT include power loads for: b. These figures do NOT include power loads for: Anticipated Peak Load (kW) 74.0 1. Miscellaneous utility requirements at the filter area 1. Miscellaneous utility requirements at the filter area 1. Miscellaneous utility requirements at the filter area 1. Miscellaneous utility requirements at the filter area 2. Deck Illumination 2. Deck Illumination 2. Deck Illumination 2. Deck Illumination Anticipated Peak Load (kW) 26.3 Anticipated Peak Load (kW) 4.5 4. Ventilation / HVAC Recommendations:Anticipated Peak Load (kW) 490.7 Anticipated Peak Load (kW) 1,060.6 4. Ventilation / HVAC Recommendations: 4. Ventilation / HVAC Recommendations:4. Ventilation / HVAC Recommendations: 4. Ventilation / HVAC Recommendations: We recommend that the Chemical Room and Filtration Room have separate ventiliation systems to assist We recommend that the Chemical Room and Filtration Room have separate ventiliation systems to We recommend that the Chemical Room and Filtration Room have separate ventiliation systems to in preventing a corrosive atmosphere. The max. air temperature for VFD operation will be 102-deg. F.We recommend that the Chemical Room and Filtration Room have separate ventiliation systems Filtration Room: assist in preventing a corrosive atmosphere. The max. air temperature for VFD operation will be 102- assist in preventing a corrosive atmosphere. The max. air temperature for VFD operation will be 102- We recommend that the Chemical Room and Filtration Room have separate ventiliation systems to assistto assist in preventing a corrosive atmosphere. The max. air temperature for VFD operation will Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space: 10 deg. F. deg. F. in preventing a corrosive atmosphere. The max. air temperature for VFD operation will be 102-deg. F. Chemical Storage Room (Direct Ventilation to Outside is Recommended):be 102-deg. F. Filtration Room: Filtration Room: Filtration Room: Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space vented Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space: 10 Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space: Required Filtration Room: Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space: 10 outdoors: 10 Chemical Storage Room (Direct Ventilation to Outside is Recommended): Chemical Storage Room (Direct Ventilation to Outside is Recommended): Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space: 10 Chemical Storage Room (Direct Ventilation to Outside is Recommended): Approximate BTU Load/Hour from Pumps & Capacitors: 18,970.0 Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space vented Chemical Storage Room (Direct Ventilation to Outside is Recommended): Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space vented Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space vented Ventilation / Ducting for heaters (by HVAC Engineer): N/A outdoors: Required Recommended air change rate (times per hour) or conditioned space vented outdoors: 10 outdoors: 10 outdoors: 10 Location of Pool Heaters: Combustion air design requirements for heaters (to be provided by HVAC Location of Pool Heaters: Location of Pool Heaters: The heaters for the pool(s) are located: Outdoors Engineer): Required The heaters for the pool(s) are located: Indoor The heaters for the pool(s) are located: N/A Combustion air design requirements for heaters (to be provided by HVAC Combustion air design requirements for heaters (to be provided by HVAC Approximate BTU Load/Hour from Pumps & Capacitors: 6,835.0 Combustion air design requirements for heaters (to be provided by HVAC Engineer): Required Engineer): Required Engineer): Required Approximate BTU Load/Hour from Pumps & Capacitors: 47,357.0 FAMILY Heater vent size for:………………………………………………. SPA 200 Heater vent size for:………………………………………………. SPAS ONLY 150 Approximate BTU Load/Hour from Pumps & Capacitors: 327,030.0 5. Gas Supply Required for Pool Heaters: Approximate BTU Load/Hour from Pumps & Capacitors: 143,190.0 Ventilation / Ducting for heaters (by HVAC Engineer): Required Ventilation / Ducting for heaters (by HVAC Engineer): Required Each heater shall be vented in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations and in 5. Gas Supply Required for Pool Heaters: compliance with local codes. No ducting or ventilation design is provided by ADE and should be5. Gas Supply Required for Pool Heaters: provided by the Architect, MP Engineer, or as a design-build by the selected contractor. Each heater shall be vented in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations and in compliance Heater Sizing for: ……………………………………….. Spa (Typical) with local codes. No ducting or ventilation design is provided by ADE and should be provided by the BTUs (x1000): 150Each heater shall be vented in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations and in Gas Connection Size Each Heater (mm): 20compliance with local codes. No ducting or ventilation design is provided by ADE and should be Architect, MP Engineer, or as a design-build by the selected contractor. Quantity of Heaters for this pool: 2.0 Heater Sizing for: ……………………………………….. FAMILY SPAprovided by the Architect, MP Engineer, or as a design-build by the selected contractor. Total BTUs for 2 Spas (x1000): 300 BTUs: 650.0 Heater Sizing for: ……………………………………….. ADULT SPA Gas supply piping for heaters (by Project MEP Engineer): Required Gas Connection Size Each Heater (mm): 31 BTUs: 1,000.0 Natural Gas Supply is Reqd for Heaters Required Quantity of Heaters for this pool: 1.0 Gas Connection Size Each Heater (mm): 31 Total BTUs for this Pool (x1000): 650.0 Caution: The final sizing of the gas supply pipe is dependant upon the distance between the gas regulator Aquatic Design & Engineering, Inc. Quantity of Heaters for this area: 2.0 Gas supply piping for heaters (by Project MEP Engineer): Required Page 1 and the actual heater locations. Consult the Gas Heater Manufacturers Installation Manual prior to sizing this Prepared by Ken Martin 6/19/08 Total BTUs for this Pool (x1000): 1,000.0 Propane Gas Supply is Reqd for Heaters Required supply pipe. Gas supply piping for heaters (by Project MEP Engineer): Required Caution: The final sizing of the gas supply pipe is dependant upon the distance between the gas regulator and Natural Gas Supply is Reqd for Heaters Required the actual heater locations. Consult the Gas Heater Manufacturers Installation Manual prior to sizing this supply Caution: The final sizing of the gas supply pipe is dependant upon the distance between the gas regulator pipe. and the actual heater locations. Consult the Gas Heater Manufacturers Installation Manual prior to sizing this supply pipe. Aquatic Design & Engineering, Inc. Prepared by Ken Martin 6/19/08 Page 1 Aquatic Design & Engineering, Inc. Prepared by Ken Martin 6/19/08 Page 1 EQUIPMENT UTILITY LOAD REQUIREMENTS Cap Cana | Dominican Republic 45