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  • 1. ©2009 JCJ Architecture BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION August 13th, 2009
  • 2. RO UT E 25 PRESERVED WETLANDS 5 R ROUTE 2 O AD UNDE A CCESS R MAIN SCHOOL ENTRY RO UT E 25 PRESERVED QUA WETLANDS RRY VISITOR PARKING ROA PARENT DROP-OFF / D ENTRY TO STAFF AB MAIN ENTRY AN PARKING UNDER D BUILDING O N EX NATIVE VEGETATION IS TI N BIOSWALE G D RI VE RAIN GARDENS BUS DROP-OFF / STUDENT ENTRY EMERG NATURE TRAIL ENCY ACCES S TO O LD TOW N ROA D PRESERVED WETLANDS SERVICE PARK / OVERFLOW PARKING EVENT PARKING PARKING: UNDER BUILDING: 144 SPACES SURFACE PARKING: 321 SPACES TOTAL PARKING: 465 SPACES ©2009 JCJ Architecture NORTH OVERALL SITE PLAN ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 3. BIOSWALE BUS DROP-OFF / STUDENT ENTRY ENTRY TO STAFF PARKING UNDER BUILDING STUDENT COMMONS SERVICE MAIN ENTRY EMERGENCY ACCESS DRIVE BICYCLE NATURE TERRACE NATURE TERRACE PARKING EROSION CONTROL EXPOSED NATURAL WALLS PARENT ROCK FACE COVERED DROP-OFF COVERED OUTDOOR OUTDOOR AREA AREA COVERED OUTDOOR AREA ROOF WATER BIO-FILTRATION PRESERVED WETLANDS PRESERVED NATIVE WOODLAND RAIN GARDENS PRESERVED NATIVE WOODLAND NATURE TRAIL ©2009 JCJ Architecture NORTH ENLARGED SITE PLAN ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 4. ELEV. EQ. ELEV. EQ. ELEV. EQ. PARK RANGER STATION CHILLER ROOM DEMARK MAIN ROOM ELECT. BOILER ROOM STORAGE MECH. LEGEND STORAGE UP BUILDING SUPPORT SPACES UP FIRE PUMP ROOM CIRCULATION/STAIRS/ELEVATORS LOWER ENTRY ELEV. EQ. FLOOR PLAN - PARKING LEVEL 0 10' 20' 40' 60'
  • 5. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES & A DIGITAL WORLD MAGNET APPLIED BIOLOGY MAGNET PHYSICAL SCIENCE, MATH & AEROSPACE MAGNET UP MECHANCIAL STORAGE MECHANICAL ROOM ROOM STORAGE UP MECHANICAL ROOM STORAGE UP UP VESTIBULE NURSE PRAC REST AREA TRAINER'S OFFICE ROOM RECEPTION LOADING COMMONS AD. OFFICE UP RECEIVING SECURITY KITCHEN OFFICE PRACTICE ADMIN. ROOM ASSISTANT LOBBY OFFICE UPPER ENTRY WORKROOM STORAGE DN OFFICE LEGEND PRACTICE STOR. STOR. OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE / FACULTY ROOM STORAGE BUILDING SUPPORT SPACES GENERAL OFFICE MUSIC OFFICE CIRCULATION/STAIRS/ELEVATORS DN CORE SPACES CONFERENCE ROOM SPECIALIZED CLASSROOMS PRINCIPAL'S MUSIC MUSIC PERFORMING STORAGE STORAGE GYMNASIUM OFFICE STUDIO STUDIO SPACE FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 135 0 10' 20' 40' 60'
  • 6. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES & A DIGITAL WORLD MAGNET APPLIED BIOLOGY MAGNET PHYSICAL SCIENCE, MATH & AEROSPACE MAGNET STUDENT WORK STATIONS LEARNING LEARNING STUDENT WORK STUDIO STUDIO STATIONS LEARNING STUDIO LEARNING LEARNING STUDIO STUDIO LEARNING STUDIO STUDENT WORK GENERAL STATIONS GENERAL GENERAL ACADEMIC ACADEMIC ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY LEARNING LEARNING LEARNING LAB STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO MICRO- SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL BIOLOGY LAB EDUCATION ESL EDUCATION ESL EDUCATION ESL INTENSIVE INTENSIVE RESOURCE GIRLS' TOILET GIRLS' TOILET TECHNOLOGY GIRLS' TOILET ROOM SP ED ESL LAB ROOM ROOM RESOURCE CUST FLEX ROOM BOYS' TOILET BOYS' TOILET CUST BOYS' TOILET ROOM ROOM SPECIAL ROOM ASSISTANT CUST EDUCATION ESL FLEX ROOM PRINCIPAL RESOURCE STAFF OFFICES STAFF OFFICES ADMIN. ASSISTANT STAFF OFFICES FLEX ROOM ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATIVE PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT UP ADMINISTRATIVE UP FLEX ROOM UP FLEX ROOM ASSISTANT TEL/DATA DN DN OPEN TO COMMON SPACE BELOW OPEN TO COMMON PARTNERSHIP SPACE BELOW LAB LARGE GROUP LARGE GROUP LARGE GROUP PROJECT ROOM PROJECT ROOM PROJECT ROOM DN PARENT TOOL VOLUNTEER SHOP LEGEND PARENT VOLUNTEER ADMINISTRATIVE / FACULTY KILN STOR. BUILDING SUPPORT SPACES ART 3-D ART 2-D CIRCULATION/STAIRS/ELEVATORS GREEN OPEN TO COMMON GREEN ROOF ROOF CORE SPACES SPACE BELOW OPEN TO COMMON GENERAL CLASSROOMS SPACE BELOW GREEN ROOF GREEN SPECIALIZED CLASSROOMS ROOF GREEN ROOF INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTER FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 155 0 10' 20' 40' 60'
  • 7. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES & A DIGITAL WORLD MAGNET APPLIED BIOLOGY MAGNET PHYSICAL SCIENCE, MATH & AEROSPACE MAGNET STUDENT WORK STUDENT WORK LEARNING STATIONS STATIONS STUDIO LEARNING GENERAL STUDIO LEARNING GENERAL STUDIO ACADEMIC GENERAL LEARNING ACADEMIC GENERAL STUDIO LEARNING STUDENT WORK LEARNING TECHNOLOGY STUDIO STATIONS STUDIO LAB GENERAL ACADEMIC GENERAL LEARNING ACADEMIC GENERAL STUDIO LEARNING LEARNING STUDIO STUDIO SPECIAL ED BIOLOGY LAB SMALL GROUP LEARNING LEARNING STUDIO TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTION STUDIO LAB SOUND STUDIO SPECIAL ED FLEX ROOM SMALL GROUP INSTRUCTION STAFF SPECIAL ED STAFF OFFICES SMALL GROUP WORK / COPY OFFICE FLEX ROOM STAFF OFFICES INSTRUCTION OFFICE WORK / COPY FLEX ROOM CONTROL ROOM OFFICE WORK / COPY FLEX ROOM OFFICE VIDEO PRODUCTION STUDIO FLEX ROOM STUDENT WORK STATIONS STUDENT WORK STUDENT WORK STATIONS STATIONS LEGEND GREEN ROOF BELOW ADMINISTRATIVE / FACULTY GREEN ROOF BELOW BUILDING SUPPORT SPACES CIRCULATION/STAIRS/ELEVATORS WIND TURBINES GENERAL CLASSROOMS GREEN ROOF BELOW SPECIALIZED CLASSROOMS FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 169 0 10' 20' 40' 60'
  • 8. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES & A DIGITAL WORLD MAGNET APPLIED BIOLOGY MAGNET PHYSICAL SCIENCE, MATH & AEROSPACE MAGNET GREEN ROOF GREEN ROOF LEARNING LEARNING STUDIO STUDIO LEARNING GREEN ROOF STUDIO LEARNING LEARNING STUDIO STUDIO COMPUTER ? REPAIR LAB GENERAL GENERAL TECHNOLOGY ACADEMIC ACADEMIC LAB LEARNING HEAD END LEARNING STUDIO STUDIO ROOM SPECIAL BIOLOGY LAB SPECIAL SPECIAL EDUCATION EDUCATION SPECIAL ED EDUCATION RESOURCE RESOURCE SMALL GROUP RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY ROOM ROOM INSTRUCTION ROOM LAB SPECIAL ED SMALL GROUP FLEX ROOM INSTRUCTION STAFF SPECIAL ED OFFICES FLEX ROOM SMALL GROUP GUIDANCE STAFF INSTRCUTION STAFF OFFICES OFFICES CONF. ROOM GUIDANCE FLEX ROOM FLEX ROOM CONF. GUIDANCE CONF. ROOM PARENT VOLUNTEER PARTNERSHIP OFFICE FLEX ROOM GRAPHIC LIVE PARTNERSHIP DESIGN LAB ANIMAL LAB LAB PARTNERSHIP GRAPHIC LAB DESIGN LAB ROBOTICS LAB PARTNERSHIP OFFICE LEGEND ADMINISTRATIVE / FACULTY BUILDING SUPPORT SPACES CIRCULATION/STAIRS/ELEVATORS GENERAL CLASSROOMS GREEN ROOF SPECIALIZED CLASSROOMS FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 183 0 10' 20' 40' 60'
  • 9. ©2009 JCJ Architecture EAST ELEVATION ©2009 JCJ Architecture MAIN ENTRY ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 10. ©2009 JCJ Architecture BETWEEN MAGNETS AT EXISTING WETLANDS BETWEEN MAGNETS AT RAINWATER GARDEN ©2009 JCJ Architecture ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 11. SUN SHADES: Each set of windows on the South side of every magnet is equipped with sun shading devices. These devices allow for good views and ventilation, and minimize unwanted heat gain during the summer months SUN SHADES: Each set of windows on the South side of every magnet is equipped with sun shading devices. These devices allow for good views and ventilation, and minimize unwanted heat gain during the summer months EXISTING WETLANDS: Natural wetlands are to be maintained and replenished with rainwater and site drainage. NATURE PATHS: One of many walking paths around the site in order to allow users to experience EXTERIOR SEATING: the school’s wonderful setting. The blending of nature and the school must be both visual and physical. The seating will allow a visual connection through the NATIVE VEGETATION: curtainwall and out into the park allowing Plant species native to the area reduce the students to experience the park on a the need for maintenance and irrigation. daily basis; weather permitting of course. REUSED MATERIAL: DRAINAGE STREAM: Stone recovered from the buildings Designed to use rainwater collected excavation will be used as site on the zoology magnet to recharge RAINWATER GARDEN: features such as this foot bridge. the natural wetlands area. This man made stream will help handle water drainage in a pleasing and natural way while also contributing to the beauty of the park surrounding the school. ©2009 JCJ Architecture BETWEEN MAGNETS AT EXISTING WETLANDS NATURE PATHS: One of many walking paths BETWEEN MAGNETS AT RAINWATER GARDEN around the site in order to allow users to experience the school’s wonderful setting. ©2009 JCJ Architecture ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 12. ©2009 JCJ Architecture VIEW OF NATURE TERRACE FROM UNDER MAGNET VIEW OF BUS ENTRY ©2009 JCJ Architecture ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 13. CRADLE-TO-CRADLE: The metal and wood panel systems used in the WIND TURBINES: north facade of each magnet is considered a These turbines collect energy from the wind. They cradle-to-cradle product. This means it can be will help to lower the cost of electricity and provide recycled or reused with no loss of quality. a source of clean renewable energy. INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAICS: ROOF GARDEN: Photovoltaic panels on the south facing roofs These occupiable spaces allow the flow of of the magnet wings will provide a source of nature directly into the building. Some; like the clean renewable energy. one pictured above, have a exterior folding partition facade to allow the occupants to open the teaching space directly to nature. AREAWAY TO GARAGE: The underground garage space is open over 75% of its perimeter. This allows natural ventilation and sunlight down into the space. RAINWATER GARDEN: This man made stream will help handle water drainage in a pleasing and natural way while also contributing to the beauty of the park surrounding the school. RECYCLED CONTENT: Exterior tables are manufactured with mostly recycled content. ©2009 JCJ Architecture GREEN SCREENS: These screens help to provide security VIEW OF NATURE TERRACE FROM UNDER MAGNET for the parking garage while also NATURE PATHS: allowing natural ventilation. These bridges allow the occupant to pass through the bioswale to the entry of the building. VIEW OF BUS ENTRY NATIVE VEGETATION: Plant species native to the area reduce the need for maintenance and irrigation. BIOSWALE: This space separates the bus drive from the parking on the east side of the building. It acts as a natural filter for the water that drains into it. The bioswale will be filled with indigenous plants and foliage. A few bridge paths will allow the user to experience the bioswale as they travel from the parking area to the entry. ©2009 JCJ Architecture ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 14. ©2009 JCJ Architecture STUDENT COMMONS ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 15. ©2009 JCJ Architecture FLEX ROOM IN MAGNET GREEN ROOF ON MAGNET LEVEL 4 STUDENT WORKSPACE IN MAGNET LEVEL 3 ©2009 JCJ Architecture ©2009 JCJ Architecture ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT
  • 16. GREEN ROOF ON MAGNET LEVEL 4 NORTH-FACING CLERESTORY: Allows plenty of indirect natural light into the space without the heat gain associated with south-facing windows. HIGH-EFFICIENCY MECHANICAL SYSTEMS: RECYCLED CONTENT: CHILLED BEAM MECHANICAL SYSTEM: Used throughout the school, these systems will allow occupants Ceiling manufactured with mostly recycled content. FSC CERTIFIED WOOD: Chilled beams use water and the natural air flow of a room to the same comfortable atmosphere with less environmental impact. Wood will be used from sources provide ventilation. They create the same comfort levels as a that comply with sustainable typical ventilation system but use only a fraction of the energy. forest practices, protecting trees and wildlife habitats. LOW-E GLAZING: Low-emittance (low-e) glass allows high LOW-E GLAZING: levels of light into the space but reduces Low-emittance (low-e) glass allows high the radiant heat gain caused by the light. levels of light into the space but reduces INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAICS: the radiant heat gain caused by the light. Photovoltaic panels on the south facing roofs DAYLIGHTING STRATEGIES: of the magnet wings will provide a source of Used to minimize the need for artificial clean renewable energy. lighting during the day. EXPOSED ROCK FACE: Allows a natural cavelike feeling in the parking garage while minimizing the need for concrete ENVIRONMENTALLY retaining walls. The chasms created by them FRIENDLY FLOORING: also allow natural ventilation and daylight into Flooring materials will be made RECYCLED CONTENT: the underground space. from highly recycled content. Furniture manufactured with mostly recycled content. ©2009 JCJ Architecture STUDENT COMMONS ©2009 JCJ Architecture ©2009 JCJ Architecture | H06060.00 | 8/13/09 BRIDGEPORT MULTI MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT