FACADE         HPR INTEGRATED DESIGN                                                                Presentation #4:      ...
Agenda           BIM Uses                                                    HPR Integrated Design’s Project Touchstones f...
BIM Uses & Process
BIM PROCESSDaylighting    Electrical   COORDINATED BIM MODEL
Redesign Focuses
Approach Air Handler Relocation                                                                      Club Leveland Event L...
Approach Air Handler Relocation                                    Mt. Nittany Room—Rm. 230                               ...
Access Layout                                                                                                     Approach...
Approach        Roof Profile RedesignREASON: -Maximize the efficiency of the structural system to reduce cost             ...
Approach        Roof Profile RedesignREASON: -Maximize the efficiency of the structural system to reduce cost             ...
Enhance student entrance                                                                                                  ...
Team & Individual Focus Schedules
KEY MILESTONES:January     27th,   2012:                                               March 26th, 2012:                  ...
Redesign Focus SchedulesAIR HANDLER RELOCATION & EVENT LEVEL REDESIGN   MAIN ARENA ROOF SYSTEMS   FAÇADE REDESIGN
Scheduled Timeline
MILESTONE: Architectural Modeling Completed                            Progress                            Air Handler Rel...
MILESTONE: Air Handler Relocation Completed                            Progress                            Air Handler Rel...
MILESTONE: Initial Clash Detection & Value Eng.                              Progress                              Air Han...
MILESTONE: Redesign Focuses Completed                         Progress                           Air Handler Relocation   ...
MILESTONE: Final Report Submission                           Progress                           Air Handler Relocation    ...
MILESTONE: Final Presentation                           Progress                           Air Handler Relocation         ...
FACADE                                        Presentation #4:                                           Thank You        ...
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HPR Integrated Design - BIM/IPD Proposal Presentation

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This is HPR Integrated Design's BIM/IPD Senior Thesis Proposal Presentation for the Penn State Ice Arena.

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  • Add money shot. We need a third category to base decisions on, cost, sustainability and
  • Add money shot. We need a third category to base decisions on, cost, sustainability and
  • HPR Integrated Design - BIM/IPD Proposal Presentation

    1. 1. FACADE HPR INTEGRATED DESIGN Presentation #4: Jeremy Heilman CONSTRUCTION Nico Pugliese LIGHTING/ELECTRICAL Proposal Josh Progar STRUCTURAL James Rodgers MECHANICAL Penn State Ice Hockey Arena The Pennsylvania State University Mission Statement: HPR Integrated Design combines innovative, cutting edge concepts with a collaborative multi-disciplinary approach through the utilization of state-of-the-artBIM technologies to exceed owner expectations both in system efficiencies and the enrichment of the human experience within its aesthetic.
    2. 2. Agenda BIM Uses HPR Integrated Design’s Project Touchstones for the Penn State Ice Arena Improve the Game Day experience for both the fans and players Create an environment that fosters hockey excellence Minimize the amount of energy the facility consumes Create an architecturally recognizable facility Maximize value with minimizing cost Earn a LEED Gold rating MILESTONES Required by Contract Used for this Stage of design
    3. 3. BIM Uses & Process
    4. 4. BIM PROCESSDaylighting Electrical COORDINATED BIM MODEL
    5. 5. Redesign Focuses
    6. 6. Approach Air Handler Relocation Club Leveland Event Level RedesignREASON: -Reduce duct size and length -Reduce fan energy and use smaller air handling units -Limit the number of shafts and there sizes. Concourse Level Mt. Nittany Room—Rm. 230 AHU-6: Energy Recovery Unit Carrier 39MW050 Serves Event Level– Weight Room 20,000 Peak CFM 8’-0” W x 13’-2” L x 7’-1” H AHU-5: Air Handler Carrier 39MW061 8’-0” Commissary—Rm. 163Design Constraints Event Level Serves Event Level Lobby & Administration 25,000 CFM Supply 9’-9” W x 30’-3” L x 8’-6” H
    7. 7. Approach Air Handler Relocation Mt. Nittany Room—Rm. 230 Mt. Nittany Room—Rm. 230 20” THICK. TWO WAYand Event Level Redesign AHU–6 SLAB—CONSERVATIVE 1’-8” MAIN CONCOURSE LEVEL AHU–5 0’-7” CLR. 2’-0” CLR. 9’-6” AHU–5 AHU–6 8’-0” Commissary—Rm. 163 20’-9” AHU-6 1’-8” 20” THICK. TWO WAY 4” THICK VIBRATION SLAB—CONSERVATIVE ISOLATORS AHU-5 8’-0” Commissary—Rm. 163 EVENT LEVEL
    8. 8. Access Layout Approach Air Handler Relocation AHU-6 PROPOSED ACCESS POINT AHU-6 RA—PLENUM EA FROM AHU-6and Event Level Redesign 44’-0” SA FROM AHU 5 44’-0” AHU-5 OA TO AHU-6 AHU-5 AHU-6 OA TO AHU 5&6 OA TO AHU-5 29’-6” 29’-6” AHU-5 EA FROM AHU-5 Multisport Complex
    9. 9. Approach Roof Profile RedesignREASON: -Maximize the efficiency of the structural system to reduce cost -Integrate the mechanical, lighting, and catwalk systems to optimize theperformance of each -Create a clean and attractive ceiling area N-S Section – New Roof Profile N-S Section – Lighting Incident Angle Reflection Bryce Jordan Center Beaver Stadium 60’ Clear (To Bottom Of Steel) Design Constraints Multisport Complex Holuba Hall
    10. 10. Approach Roof Profile RedesignREASON: -Maximize the efficiency of the structural system to reduce cost -Integrate the mechanical, lighting, and catwalk systems to optimize theperformance of each -Create a clean and attractive ceiling area N-S Section – New Roof Profile N-S Section – Lighting Incident Angle Reflection Bryce Jordan Center Beaver Stadium 60’ Clear (To Bottom Of Steel) Design Constraints Multisport Complex Holuba Hall
    11. 11. Enhance student entrance Create a prominent entrance (Globe) Approach Façade RedesignREASON: We believe we can maintain the original intent of the east façade(to create an impressive view from University Drive as well as a view out to Mt. Nittany and the Bryce Jordan Center) while enhancing the prominence of the entrances as well as reducing thermal loads and cost. View to Mt. Nittany Off glass at 15o Translate the pattern of Design Constraints Louvers added for AHU 5 & 6 repeating glass and brick
    12. 12. Team & Individual Focus Schedules
    13. 13. KEY MILESTONES:January 27th, 2012: March 26th, 2012: All Redesign Focuses Completed.Initial Architectural Modeling CompletedFebruary 13th, 2012: April 4th, 2012:Air Handler Relocation & Event Level Design Completed Final Report SubmissionMarch 2nd, 2012: April 9th, 2012:Initial Clash Detection & Value Engineering Final Presentation Team Schedule
    14. 14. Redesign Focus SchedulesAIR HANDLER RELOCATION & EVENT LEVEL REDESIGN MAIN ARENA ROOF SYSTEMS FAÇADE REDESIGN
    15. 15. Scheduled Timeline
    16. 16. MILESTONE: Architectural Modeling Completed Progress Air Handler Relocation Arena Roof Systems Design Authoring, Structural Two Way Flooring Redesign & Arena Roof Modeling MAJOR BIM USE(S) Analysis SOFTWARE Design Authoring, Lighting Event Level Daylighting & Electrical Load Calculations Analysis Façade Redesign Design Authoring, Mechanical Event Level Load Calcs, AHU & Ductwork Sizing AnalysisFriday, January 27th, 2012 Existing Conditions Estimate & Scheduling Analysis Cost Estimation, 4D Modeling
    17. 17. MILESTONE: Air Handler Relocation Completed Progress Air Handler Relocation Arena Roof Systems Structural Analysis Gravity Column Redesign & Long Span Truss Design MAJOR BIM USE(S) SOFTWARE Design Authoring, Lighting Façade Daylighting Controls & Finalize Event Lvl. Design Analysis Façade Redesign Design Authoring, Mechanical Finalize Event Level Designs & AHU Relocations AnalysisTuesday, February 13th, 2012 LEED Analysis & Crane Placement Study Site Utilization, LEED Analysis
    18. 18. MILESTONE: Initial Clash Detection & Value Eng. Progress Air Handler Relocation Arena Roof Systems Design Authoring, Structural Long Span Truss Design & Façade Glazing Analysis MAJOR BIM USE(S) Analysis, 3D Coordination SOFTWARE Design Authoring, Lighting Arena Lighting Layout & Finalize Electrical Redesign Analysis Façade Redesign Design Authoring, Mechanical Main Arena Mechanical Design & Coordination Analysis, 3D CoordinationFriday, March 2nd, 2012 Update Cost, Schedule & Perform Clash Detection 3D Coordination, Cost Estimation, 4D Modeling
    19. 19. MILESTONE: Redesign Focuses Completed Progress Air Handler Relocation Arena Roof Systems Structural Analysis, 3D Column Analysis & Façade Analysis/Redesign MAJOR BIM USE(S) Coordination SOFTWARE Design Authoring, Lighting Finalize Arena Lighting Design & Façade Redesign Analysis Façade Redesign Design Authoring, Mechanical Main Arena Mechanical & Life Safety Designs Analysis, 3D CoordinationMonday, March 26th, 2012 Finalize Cost Estimates, Schedule & LEED Analysis 3D Coordination, Cost Estimation, 4D Modeling
    20. 20. MILESTONE: Final Report Submission Progress Air Handler Relocation Arena Roof Systems None. Finalize Final Report MAJOR BIM USE(S) SOFTWARE None. Finalize Final Report Façade Redesign None. Finalize Final ReportWednesday, April 4th, 2012 Finalize Final Report None.
    21. 21. MILESTONE: Final Presentation Progress Air Handler Relocation Arena Roof Systems None. Finalize & Practice Final Presentation MAJOR BIM USE(S) SOFTWARE None. Finalize & Practice Final Presentation Façade Redesign None. Finalize & Practice Final PresentationMonday, April 9th, 2012 Finalize & Practice Final Presentation None.
    22. 22. FACADE Presentation #4: Thank You Questions & Comments Mt. Nittany Room— Rm. 230 Penn State Ice Hockey Arena The Pennsylvania State University AHU AHU –6 –5 8’- Commissary— 0” Rm. 163

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