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AutoDesk AutoCAD Revit 2010 3D Housing Project completed in May 2011. I was a co-leader and designed Apartment #2. Mainly Slides 26-34

AutoDesk AutoCAD Revit 2010 3D Housing Project completed in May 2011. I was a co-leader and designed Apartment #2. Mainly Slides 26-34

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  • 1. WTAMU HOUSING PROJECT DORM PRESENTED BY: GROUP 1 APARTMENT ONE DESIGNED BY: DESIGINED BY: TWADDLE, J. CRABTREE, D. / DELANCEY, R. SITE PLAN DESIGNED BY: WHITEHEAD, C.APARTMENT TWO COMMONSDESIGNED BY: CURBY, R. DESIGNED BY: CHAVEZ, S.
  • 2. WTAMU SCHOOL HISTORY• Location: Canyon, Texas (pop. 14,600)• Established: 1910• Enrollment (fall 2010): 7,843• Campus: 176-acre residential campus-45 buildings• Nance Ranch 2,400-acre• 205 acres adjacent to the main campus for future expansion• Nickname: Buffaloes or Buffs• School Colors: Maroon and White
  • 3. Project Goals To operate as a Design Build Team, with the owners approval, to provide a safe and secure educational housing community. This project will consist of 3 buildings that will house 250 students and a commons building, with all the necessary amenities. Group 1’s goal is to design and build WTAMU a high quality, efficient , and functional housing complex specifically designed to accommodate students with disabilities while keeping the surrounding community and environment in mind. Group 1 will perform this task with a goal of achieving LEED Silver certification for the project. History: Group 1 was established in 1990 and has become #1 in building new educational facilities in Texas. Over the last 10 years, 32 of the 40 educational buildings completed have achieved LEED Silver ratings or better.
  • 4. Materials & SuppliersLocal Suppliers: LEED Silver Goals:• American Gypsum Co. • Low Energy Lights (Production plant <150 • Rain Water Collection miles of site) (Drywall & • Recycled Waste During Ceiling Tile) Construction • 40% Recycled Roof• Palo Duro Roofing Supply Material (<20 miles of site) • Local Stone for Exterior Walls • 40% Recycled Door• Stone for exterior walls Hardware from a rock quarry within 50 miles • The use of other products from local suppliers • Planting new and native trees & plants
  • 5. Site Plan Overview•Located on 4th Avenue inCanyon, Texas•Roughly 600’x400’ sitewith 4 main buildings: •Dormitory housing 100 students •Apartment One housing 70 students (2bed units) •Apartment Two housing 80 students (4bed units) •6,000sf Commons Building•Landscaped throughoutwith native plants and trees•Nature trail /park area•ADA compliant housingcomplex • Parking spaces accommodating 150 2nd yr Apt 1 & 2 students •30 ADA handicapped accessible parking spaces
  • 6. PerspectivesDorm, ApartmentTwo Fountain& Commons
  • 7. Perspectives 3D of site planApartmentTwo& Commons
  • 8. WTAMU Dormitory Overview • 102 total resident occupancy • 51 2bed/1bath units including 10 ADA compliant units • Central ADA compliant lobby per floor • 6 RA’s supervising students 24/7 • All units fully furnished  U-shaped building geometry for effective site usage
  • 9. Building Floor Plan: Level One•34 residents housed in 17 400sf 2bed/1bath units on each floor•5 ADA compliant units on Levels 1 & 2•2 Resident Assistants on each level
  • 10. North/South Elevations
  • 11. Basic Units  400sf units  2 bed/1 bath  Fully Furnished including 32” TV with basic cable  Each bedroom is cable, internet, and telephone ready  Individual locksets on bedrooms  Open sink area w/ linen cabinet for ease of use  Shared furnished living room area  Braille signage on all units
  • 12. Resident Assistant Units  1 RA assigned to each wing ensures maximum safety, security, and supervision of residents  400sf units  1 bed/1 bath w/ personal office  Located adjacent to staircases  Includes all amenities found in Basic Units
  • 13. ADA Units  10 total 400sf units  2 bed/1 bath  Modified floor plan meeting accessibility space requirements  Larger bathroom with handrails  Located near central elevator for convenience & safety  4 hearing impaired units w/ doorbell & bathroom light aids  Includes all amenities found in Basic Units
  • 14. Dorm Lobby  Centrally located on each level for convenience  Level One includes Resident sign-in area for security  Public kitchen equipped with range, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator  Laundry room w/ 6 washer/dryer  ADA compliant public restrooms  Vending area  Centrally located elevator and staircase for convenience & safety
  • 15. Transverse & Section Views Transverse View of Dorm Building Staircase Section View
  • 16. Interior Perspectives Bedroom Living Room Public Kitchen
  • 17. Apartment One
  • 18. Floor Plans•Accommodates 70 students and 2 staff members•All units have Traditional & Braille signage next to the doors•4 units have specialized components for the hearing impaired•4 ADA accessible units•1 RA Unit per floor•R1 Classification
  • 19. Standard/RA Callout•700 square feet•16 Units on the first floor•20 Units on the second floor•Two bedroom•One bathroom•Washer & dryer•Full kitchen•Fully furnished
  • 20. ADA Callout•700 square feet•4 Units on the first floor•Two bedroom•One bathroom•Washer & dryer•Full kitchen•Fully furnished•Grab bars in the bathroom•5’ turnaround in all rooms
  • 21. North & South ElevationsNorth ElevationSouth Elevation
  • 22. East & West ElevationsEast ElevationWest Elevation
  • 23. SectionsLongitudinal SectionTransverse Section Stairwell Section
  • 24. PerspectivesKitchen Entrance Stairs
  • 25. Apartment Two
  • 26. Floor Plan Occupancy: 80 students (4 students each room) Number of Rooms: 1st Floor – 7 (6 student (3 ADA), 1 staff) 2nd Floor – 7 (7 students) 3rd Floor – 7 (7 student) = 21 total rooms (1 staff, 20 student) 3 Mechanical rooms (1 each floor) 3 Stairwells L-Shape building to accommodate corner placement in Site.
  • 27. Unit Callout  Unit Makeup: ◦ 1200 sq ft ◦ 4 bed ◦ 2 bath ◦ Fully furnished ◦ Full kitchen ◦ W/D ◦ Telephone, cable and internet access  Bedroom: Twin bed, dresser, desk, small closet.  Bathroom: Linen cabinet, bathtub, toilet, double vanity sink.  Living Room: Chair, couch, coffee table, table to accommodate a television.
  • 28. Interior 3D PerspectivesKitchen Living Room Bedroom
  • 29. SectionsStairwell Section Transverse Section Kitchen Section
  • 30. Elevations N/S
  • 31. Elevations E/W
  • 32. Rendering
  • 33. Commons Building
  • 34. Elevations- N/S•Sandstone on frame stud construction from our local distributor•Energy efficient solar screens
  • 35. Elevations- E/W
  • 36. Floor Plan• Fully Accessible• Exterior entrance to Fitness Center for after hours• Full kitchen with cooking utensils provided• Recreation Room and Media Room with Widescreen TV• Two Meeting Rooms and a Quiet Study Room
  • 37. Transverse Section
  • 38. Interior PerspectivesComputer Lab KitchenMedia Room Recreation Room