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  • 1. Purdue University Baseball Facility
    Phase 2: Design-Build Response
    CE 498 -Senior Design - 2009
    Team 5
    Virtual Tour
  • 2. 2
    Engineering Team
    Project Manager: Alice Madjani
    Transportation Engineer: Eric Hulme
    Structural Engineer: Matt Murray
    Environmental Engineer: Mike Broyles
    Structural Engineer: Ryan Laughlin
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 3. Presentation Overview
    Baseball Facility
    Soccer Facility
    Site Layout
    Drainage
    Site Access
    Structural Aspects
    LEED Credentials
    Construction and Cost
    3
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 4. Time for a New Facility
    Other Big Ten Facilities
    Current Purdue Facility
    4
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 5. The Facility
    5
    • 1,800 Permanent Seats
    • 6. 2 Green Spaces
    • 7. State of the art Press Box
    • 8. High Definition Lighting
    • 9. Grass Berme Seating
    • 10. Home & Away Lockers
    • 11. Indoor Batting Cages
    • 12. Unique Architecture
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 13. 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
    6
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 14. Facility Location
    7
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 15. Drainage and Grading
    Storm Water Management Overview
    Stream running through the center of the site
    Detention Basin on the west end of the site
    Drainage system for the baseball field
    Grading Summary
    Buildings are elevated 1-2 ft to prevent infiltration during heavy storms.
    The stream is the low point of the site, allowing the site to drain to it.
    8
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 16. Stream Design
    Trapezoidal Channel
    Designed for 100-year, 12 hour duration rain event
    4:1 side slopes for stability
    Lined with cobbles to prevent erosion
    Side slopes lined with native grasses
    Prevent erosion
    Remove sediment (TSS) and nutrients from runoff
    3 connected sections
    Connector from east drainage basin to the site
    East Channel (about 1/2 of developed site drainage)
    West Channel (all of developed site drainage)
    9
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 17. Stream Dimensions
    Connector from east drainage basin
    Depth: 3 ft
    Bottom Width: 2 ft
    Top Width: 10 ft
    East Channel
    Depth: 4 ft
    Bottom Width: 1 ft
    Top Width: 33 ft
    West Channel
    Depth: 4 ft
    Bottom Width: 6 ft
    Top Width: 38 ft
    10
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 18. Stream Layout
    11
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 19. Steam Cross Section
    12
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 20. Detention Basin Design
    Design storm: 100-year, 12 hr duration rain event
    Required Storage Volume: 16.64 acre-ft
    Design Characteristics
    Overflow weir: 45 ft wide x 1 ft high
    4 outflow pipes
    2 – 12” diameter pipes at invert elevation of 670.1 ft
    2 – 15” diameter pipes at invert elevation of 672.2 ft
    Depth of 8 feet and bottom elevation of 667.4 ft
    Top elevation of 675.4 ft
    13
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 21. Baseball Field Drainage
    Hydraway 2000 drainage system
    Geotextile drainage mat
    12” wide x 1” thick
    Strong, able to withstand heavy loading
    Placed every 20 feet
    Drain to a central drainage pipe
    Installation
    After field is graded appropriately
    Smaller trencher creates a 6” wide x 12” deep
    Backfill with granular fill to promote drainage
    14
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 22. Baseball Field Drainage Layout
    • Blue Lines = Hydraway 2000 Mats
    • 23. Pink Line = Central Drainage Collector
    Source: Hydraway website
    15
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 24. Pavement Systems
    1 ½ inch
    4 ½ inch
    8 inch
    Surface Asphalt
    Binder Asphalt
    Type #53
    Sub-base
    1 ½ inch
    3 inch
    8 inch
    Surface Asphalt
    Concrete
    Binder Asphalt
    Type #53
    Sub-base
    Type #53
    Sub-base
    6 inch
    8 inch
    Pervious Concrete
    Sand
    Type #53
    Sub-base
    9 inch
    2 inch
    9 inch
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
    16
  • 25. Pedestrian Access
    17
    Upper Pedestrian Corridor
    Western Pathway
    Central Pathway
    Eastern Pathway
    Lower Pedestrian Corridor
    Bike Path Extension
  • 26. Site Access: Existing Traffic Volumes
    LOS Analysis
    McCormick & Cherry (AWSC)
    A.M. Peak Hour:
    LOS E
    41 sec Delay
    McCormick & Tennis Center (TWSC)
    A.M. Peak Hour:
    LOS B
    15 sec Delay
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
    18
  • 32. Site Access:2010 Background Volumes
    LOS Analysis
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
    19
  • 46. Site Access: 2010 Total Volumes
    LOS Analysis
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
    20
  • 67. Traffic Maintenance Plan
    Construction Access
    Baseball Stadium: Proposed AlignmentPerimeter Parkway
    Soccer Stadium: Existing gravel access north of Tennis parking Lot
    McCormick Road Improvements
    Long-Term Stationary Work Zone
    Work Zone Type
    Intermittent Closure (off-peak hours only)
    Use of shoulder
    Construction Phasing
    Reconstruction by Halves (sides)
    Work Zone Speed limit: 40 mph
    As prescribed by INDOT Design Manual, Part VII - Work Zone Traffic Control
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
    21
  • 68. Structural Design:Loads
    Live Load
    60.0 psf for stadium seating
    50.0 psf for rooms
    20.0 psf roof live load
    0.54 psf live load reduction factor
    Seismic Load
    60 kip base shear
    Lateral Loads
    First Story = 17.4 kip
    Second Story = 21.0 kip
    Third Story = 21.6 kip
    Dead Load
    63.0 psf roof load
    74.0 psf for other floors
    Wind Load
    10.7 psf lateral load
    13.4 psf uplift
    Environmental Load
    22.0 psf snow load
    11.9 psf ice load
    22
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 69. Structural Design: Stadium Frame Analysis
    SAP2000 Analysis
    Placing columns & beams
    Model of main stadium structure
    Application of loads
    Computer analysis
    Approximate Analysis
    Axial forces in columns of the critical section
    Portal method for lateral load
    23
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 70. Structural Design:Sizing Stadium Components
    First Floor Beam Sizes
    First Floor Column Sizes
    24
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 71. Structural Design: Sizing Stadium Components
    Additional Structural Components:
    • 4” concrete decking
    • 72. 18K5 joists spaced at 5’ for third story
    • 73. 12K3 joists spaced at 5’ for lower stories
    25
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 74. Structural Design:Concrete Stadium Seating
    Seating Structure:
    Reinforced Concrete
    Beams, Girders, Columns
    Masonry on Backstop
    26
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 75. Structural Design:Concrete Stadium Seating
    Design: Isolate Beams, Girders, and Columns
    Assume no moment Transfer
    Reduction to a determinate structure
    Load Path for Structure
    Beams
    Load Path
    24 ft span
    Simply supported
    2.5 ft wide
    PCI Design Handbook
    27
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 76. Structural Design:Concrete Stadium Seating
    Girders
    Design: Isolate beams, Girders, and Columns
    Assume no moment Transfer
    Reduction to a determinate structure
    29.5 ft span
    Simply supported
    Apply distributed beam loads
    Neglect compression
    Flexure controls
    PCI Design Handbook
    28
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 77. Design: Isolate beams, Girders, and Columns
    Assume no moment Transfer
    Reduction to a determinate structure
    Columns
    No moments – No interaction diagrams
    Tributary area of girders for total loads
    Detail the section – Check strength
    PCI Design Handbook
    29
    Structural Design:Concrete Stadium Seating
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 78. Complicated Moment Resistant Frame
    Truss  remove indeterminacy
    Consider tributary area
    Apply joint loads
    Joint analysis  member forces
    Check Stresses
    Reality
    Model
    30
    Structural Design:Awning Support Structure
    Support Section
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 79. Foundation Design
    Soil Capacity
    Gross soil bearing capacity of 6,400 psf
    2,000 psf net allowable bearing pressure used in design
    Shallow Foundations
    Combined Footings
    3 columns per footing
    Eleven 5-ft x 35-ft reinforced concrete footings
    Design Considerations
    Soil bearing capacity
    Immediate settlement
    Consolidation settlement
    31
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 80. L.E.E.D.
    LEED Certification and Benefits
    CE 498 Ratings
    32
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 81. L.E.E.D
    LEED Reviews
    Reviewer 1: 12 points - not certified
    Reviewer 2: 17 points - LEED Certified
    LEED re-submittals
    Requesting Silver certification
    Submitted documents (22 points)
    Sustainable Site Credits: 10
    Water Efficiency Credits: 4
    Materials and Resources Credits: 6
    Innovation & Design Process Credits: 2
    Gold Certification Potential
    33
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 82. Project Controls
    Project Organization/communication
    Design-Build firm advantages
    Site Management
    Lines of communication
    34
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 83. Quality, Materials and Safety
    Quality
    ZEAL’s Quality Control and Quality Assurance Manual
    Monitoring of all products, materials, and work
    Inspections
    Material
    Building : Steel framing, reinforced concrete, masonry
    Parking lot: Pervious concrete
    Access road: Asphalt pavement
    Safety
    ZEAL’s Safety Manager
    Subcontractor’s safety requirements
    35
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 84. Cost Estimate
    Price Proposal
    Schedule of values
    Request for payment due the 1st of every month and payment received by the 15th of the next month
    5% retainage on all payments
    36
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 85. Cost Estimate
    Basic Facility
    37
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 86. Cost Estimate
    Parking and Transportation Facility
    38
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 87. Cost Estimate
    Optional Facility
    39
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 88. Project Schedule
    Project duration: 462 days; ~ 20 months
    Design schedule
    Conceptual Design: Jan 13,09 –May 5, 09
    Final Design: May 1, 09 – Aug 12, 09
    Construction schedule
    Site preparation and mobilization: Aug 3, 09
    Construction starts: Aug 17, 09
    Scheduled completion date: Oct 20, 2010
    Latest construction completion date : Nov 30, 2010
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    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 89. Construction Scheduling
    41
    Introduction
    Facility
    Drainage
    Structural
    Construction
    LEED
    Access
  • 90. Summary
    42
    Purdue’s need
    Baseball Facility
    Soccer Facility
    Drainage
    Site Access
    Structural Aspects
    LEED Credentials
    Construction and Cost
  • 91. Questions!
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  • 92. 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.
    Hydraway Drainage Systems. “Hydraway 2000.” 2007. <http://www.hydraway.net/hydraway_2000.php>
    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#>.
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  • 93. 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. Building 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/>.
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