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ENGINEERING TEAM
PROJECT MANAGER: Alice Madjani
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEER: Eric Hulme
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Matt Murray
ENVIR...
Presentation Overview
 Site Layout
 Baseball Facility
 Soccer Facility
 Site master plan
 Site Access
 Water managem...
Time for a New Facility
 Other Big Ten Facilities
 Current Purdue Facility
4
Site Layout
5
Baseball Facility
 Unique Features
 Seating
 Green Spaces
 Press Box
 HD Lighting
 Berme Seating
 Outfield Wall
 L...
Soccer Facility
 Continue using the eastern
field for competition
 Option of using the west field
for a future men’s tea...
Site Master Plan
8
Existing Access
9
Construction Access
10
Construction Route from S.R.
26
Construction Route from S.R.
126
Construction Route to US
231
Const...
Vehicle Access
11
Intersection
Improvements
Intersection
Improvements
New Parking Field
New Parking Field
New Parking Fiel...
Pedestrian Access
12
Upper Pedestrian Corridor
Lower Pedestrian Corridor
Central Pathway
Eastern Pathway
Western Pathway
B...
Water Management
 Stream through the middle of the site
 Central Drainage Channel through site
 Riparian zone = Storm w...
Water Management
14
Environmental
Considerations
 Wetlands
 U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service
 PEMA: temporary wetland
 Contamination
 US-23...
Engineering Considerations
 Foundation System
 Shallow spread footing and continuous wall
foundations
 Structural Syste...
L.E.E.D.
 LEED Certification and Benefits
 Anticipated Certification: Silver (20 points)
 Sustainable Site Credits: 9
...
Construction
 Site management
 ZEAL as the construction
manager
 Construction equipment
1. Rollers 7. Bobcats
2. Lifts ...
Construction cont’d
 Material
 Building
 Steel framing
 Reinforced concrete
 Parking lot
 Pervious concrete
19
Cost Estimate
 Conceptual cost estimate
 Soccer addition
Facility Cost
Baseball field $1,894,089
Building Construction $...
Construction Scheduling
21
Summary
22
 The Facility
 Site Layout
 Engineering Consideration
 Environmental Consideration
 L.E.E.D. Accreditation...
References
 Ashley, Erin. "Using Pervious Concrete to achieve LEED credits." 2008.
Pervious Concrete Pavement. 02 Februar...
References cont’d
 Microsoft. Live Search Maps. February 2009. February 2009
<http://maps.live.com/>.
 Office of the Uni...
Questions!
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    1. 1. ENGINEERING TEAM PROJECT MANAGER: Alice Madjani TRANSPORTATION ENGINEER: Eric Hulme STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Matt Murray ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER: Mike Broyles STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Ryan Laughlin 2
    2. 2. Presentation Overview  Site Layout  Baseball Facility  Soccer Facility  Site master plan  Site Access  Water management  Engineering considerations  Environmental considerations  LEED Accreditation  Construction  Cost Estimate  Project Schedule 3
    3. 3. Time for a New Facility  Other Big Ten Facilities  Current Purdue Facility 4
    4. 4. Site Layout 5
    5. 5. Baseball Facility  Unique Features  Seating  Green Spaces  Press Box  HD Lighting  Berme Seating  Outfield Wall  Layout  Ground Level  Concourse Level  Press Box 6
    6. 6. Soccer Facility  Continue using the eastern field for competition  Option of using the west field for a future men’s team  Expanded Seating  Support Facilities  Concessions Stand  Restrooms  Locker Room  H.D. Lighting  Opportunities to share facilities 7 Opportunities to share facilities
    7. 7. Site Master Plan 8
    8. 8. Existing Access 9
    9. 9. Construction Access 10 Construction Route from S.R. 26 Construction Route from S.R. 126 Construction Route to US 231 Construction Route to S.R. 26 Construction Exit Route from S.R. 526 to S.R. 126 Construction Route into Site Construction Route from Site Construction Route from US 231
    10. 10. Vehicle Access 11 Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements New Parking Field New Parking Field New Parking Field Perimeter Parkway
    11. 11. Pedestrian Access 12 Upper Pedestrian Corridor Lower Pedestrian Corridor Central Pathway Eastern Pathway Western Pathway Bike Path Extension
    12. 12. Water Management  Stream through the middle of the site  Central Drainage Channel through site  Riparian zone = Storm water pollution prevention BMP to remove fertilizers and suspended solids  Central detention basin  Control release rate to Jordan Creek  Harvest rain water from basin  Flushing toilets  Site irrigation  Electronic controls (Supervisory Controls and Data Acquisition) 13
    13. 13. Water Management 14
    14. 14. Environmental Considerations  Wetlands  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  PEMA: temporary wetland  Contamination  US-231 Relocation Study  Previously undeveloped site  Not classified as a historic site by DNR  No formal study 15
    15. 15. Engineering Considerations  Foundation System  Shallow spread footing and continuous wall foundations  Structural System  Steel frame  Reinforced concrete slabs and seating structure  Steel columns for Press Box support  Awning covering half the seats  Cable suspension system for awning and backstop 16
    16. 16. L.E.E.D.  LEED Certification and Benefits  Anticipated Certification: Silver (20 points)  Sustainable Site Credits: 9  Water Efficiency Credits: 3  Materials and Resources Credits: 6  Innovation & Design Process Credits: 2  Gold Certification Potential 17
    17. 17. Construction  Site management  ZEAL as the construction manager  Construction equipment 1. Rollers 7. Bobcats 2. Lifts 8. Grader 3. Concrete pumps 9. Excavator 4. Cranes 10. Pavers 5. Front-end loader 11. Compactor 6. Dump Trucks 12. Fort lift 18
    18. 18. Construction cont’d  Material  Building  Steel framing  Reinforced concrete  Parking lot  Pervious concrete 19
    19. 19. Cost Estimate  Conceptual cost estimate  Soccer addition Facility Cost Baseball field $1,894,089 Building Construction $4,929,922 Site work $5,471,713 Total (89.2% cost reduction) $10,967,786 Administrative $4,240,563 Total project cost $15,208,349 Facility Cost Soccer addition $592,330 Administrative cost $191,915 Total $784,245 20
    20. 20. Construction Scheduling 21
    21. 21. Summary 22  The Facility  Site Layout  Engineering Consideration  Environmental Consideration  L.E.E.D. Accreditation  Cost Estimate  Project Schedule
    22. 22. References  Ashley, Erin. "Using Pervious Concrete to achieve LEED credits." 2008. Pervious Concrete Pavement. 02 February 2009 <http://www.perviouspavement.org/benefits_LEEDcredit.htm>.  B4UBUILD. A Sample Residential Construction Schedule. 1998 - 2008. 19 February 2009 <http://www.b4ubuild.com/resources/schedule/6kproj.shtml>.  CE 498 - CE Design Project. January 2009. 02 February 2009 <https://engineering.purdue.edu/Courses/CE498>.  Corporation, The Schneider. "Storm Water Analysis." 2007.  Google. Google Earth. West Lafayette, February 2009.  HNTB. Purdue University - Athletic Facilities Master Plan. Conceptual master plan. Indianapolis: HNTB, 2007.  J&M Equipment Specialist & Salvage Recovery. 2008. 2 February 2009 <jmequipmentspecialist.com/id7.html>.  Michigan, University of. Michigan Go Blue. February 2009. February 2009 <http://www.mgoblue.com/facilities/article.aspx?id=28646#>. 23
    23. 23. References cont’d  Microsoft. Live Search Maps. February 2009. February 2009 <http://maps.live.com/>.  Office of the University Architect. "Consultant's Handbook." 2006. Office of University Architect. 20 January 2009 <http://www.purdue.edu/architect/resources/handbook/index.html>.  Qualite. Design Soccer. 2008. 12 February 2009 <http://www.qualite.com/DesignSoccer.html>.  RS Means. Builiding Construction Cost Data. Kingston, MA: R.S. Means Company, 2009.  The Schneider Corporation. "Report of Geotechnical Engineering Study." 2008.  The Schneider Corporation. "Storm Water Analysis." 2007.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "Viewing Wetland with Google Earth (Plug-in for Google Earth)." July 2008.  U.S. Green Building Council. New Construction Version 2.2 Reference Guide. Washington, DC: U.S. Green Building Council, 2006.  US Green Building Council. 2009. 20 January 2009 <http://www.usgbc.org/>. 24
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