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ENGINEERING TEAM
PROJECT MANAGER: Alice Madjani
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEER: Eric Hulme
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Matt Murray
ENV...
Presentation Overview
 Baseball Facility
 Soccer Facility
 Site Layout
 Drainage
 Site Access
 Structural Aspects
 ...
Time for a New Facility
 Other Big Ten Facilities
 Current Purdue Facility
4Introduction Facility Drainag Structura Cons...
The Facility
5Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
 1,800 Permanent
Seats
 2 Green Spaces
 Stat...
Soccer Facility
 Continue using the eastern
field for competition
 Option of using the west field
for a future men’s tea...
Facility Location
7Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
Drainage and Grading
 Storm Water Management Overview
 Stream running through the center of the site
 Detention Basin o...
Stream Design
 Trapezoidal Channel
 Designed for 100-year, 12 hour duration rain event
 4:1 side slopes for stability
...
Stream Dimensions
 Connector from east drainage
basin
 Depth: 3 ft
 Bottom Width: 2 ft
 Top Width: 10 ft
 East Channe...
Stream Layout
11Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
Steam Cross Section
12Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
Detention Basin Design
 Design storm: 100-year, 12 hr duration rain
event
 Required Storage Volume: 16.64 acre-ft
 Desi...
Baseball Field Drainage
 Hydraway 2000 drainage system
 Geotextile drainage mat
 12” wide x 1” thick
 Strong, able to ...
Baseball Field Drainage
Layout
• Blue Lines = Hydraway 2000
Mats
• Pink Line = Central Drainage
Collector
Source: Hydraway...
Pavement Systems
Surface Asphalt
Binder Asphalt
Type #53
Sub-base
1 ½ inch
4 ½ inch
8 inch
Surface Asphalt
Binder Asphalt
...
Pedestrian Access
17
Upper Pedestrian Corridor
Lower Pedestrian Corridor
Central Pathway
Eastern Pathway
Western Pathway
B...
Site Access: Existing Traffic Volumes
LOS ANALYSIS
 McCormick & Cherry (AWSC)
 A.M. Peak Hour:
 LOS E
 41 sec Delay
 ...
Site Access: 2010 Background
Volumes
LOS ANALYSIS
 McCormick & Cherry (AWSC)
 A.M. Peak Hour:
• LOS F
• 95 sec Delay
 M...
Site Access: 2010 Total Volumes
LOS ANALYSIS
 McCormick & Cherry (RDBT)
 A.M. Peak Hour:
• LOS C
• 18 sec Delay
 McCorm...
Traffic Maintenance Plan
 Construction Access
 Baseball Stadium: Proposed AlignmentPerimeter Parkway
 Soccer Stadium: E...
 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 f...
 SAP2000 Analysis
 Placing columns & beams
 Model of main stadium
structure
 Application of loads
 Computer analysis
...
Structural Design:Sizing Stadium Component
First Floor Column
Sizes
First Floor Beam Sizes
24Introduction Facility Drainag...
Structural Design:Sizing Stadium
Components
 4” concrete
decking
 18K5 joists
spaced at 5’ for
third story
 12K3 joists...
Structural Design: Concrete Stadium
Seating
 Seating
Structure:
 Reinforced
Concrete
 Beams, Girders,
Columns
 Masonry...
Structural Design: Concrete Stadium
Seating
 Design: Isolate
Beams, Girders,
and Columns
 Assume no
moment Transfer
 Re...
 29.5 ft span
 Simply supported
 Apply distributed beam
loads
 Neglect compression
 Flexure controls
 PCI Design Han...
 No moments – No
interaction diagrams
 Tributary area of
girders for total loads
 Detail the section –
Check strength
...
 Complicated
Moment Resistant
Frame
 Truss  remove
indeterminacy
 Consider tributary
area
 Apply joint loads
 Joint ...
Foundation Design
 Soil Capacity
 Gross soil bearing capacity of
6,400 psf
 2,000 psf net allowable
bearing pressure us...
L.E.E.D.
 LEED Certification and Benefits
 CE 498 Ratings
32
LEED Rating Points
Certified 14-17
Silver 18-20
Gold 21-27
...
L.E.E.D
 LEED Reviews
 Reviewer 1: 12 points - not certified
 Reviewer 2: 17 points - LEED Certified
 LEED re-submitta...
Project Controls
 Project Organization/communication
 Design-Build firm advantages
 Site Management
 Lines of communic...
Quality, Materials and Safety
 Quality
 ZEAL’s Quality Control and Quality Assurance Manual
 Monitoring of all products...
Cost Estimate
 Price Proposal
 Schedule of values
 Request for payment due the 1st of every month and payment
received ...
Cost Estimate
 Basic Facility
37
CSI division Total Cost
Direct cost
Division 3 - Concrete $433,181
Division 4 - Masonry ...
Cost Estimate
 Parking and Transportation Facility
38
CSI division Total Cost
Direct cost
Division 31 - Earthwork $144,27...
Cost Estimate
 Optional Facility
39
Direct cost Total Cost
Soccer $664,047
Seat expansion $105,000
Other Roadways and par...
Project Schedule
 Project duration: 462 days; ~ 20 months
 Design schedule
 Conceptual Design: Jan 13,09 –May 5, 09
 F...
Construction Scheduling
41Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
Summary
42
 Purdue’s need
 Baseball Facility
 Soccer Facility
 Drainage
 Site Access
 Structural Aspects
 LEED Cred...
Questions!
43
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...
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    1. 1. 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 Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    2. 2. Presentation Overview  Baseball Facility  Soccer Facility  Site Layout  Drainage  Site Access  Structural Aspects  LEED Credentials  Construction and Cost 3Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    3. 3. Time for a New Facility  Other Big Ten Facilities  Current Purdue Facility 4Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    4. 4. The Facility 5Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces  1,800 Permanent Seats  2 Green Spaces  State of the art Press Box  High Definition  Grass Berme Seating  Home & Away Lockers  Indoor Batting Cages  Unique Architecture
    5. 5. 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 6Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    6. 6. Facility Location 7Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    7. 7. 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. 8Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    8. 8. 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) 9Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    9. 9. 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 10Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    10. 10. Stream Layout 11Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    11. 11. Steam Cross Section 12Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    12. 12. 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 13Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    13. 13. 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 14Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    14. 14. Baseball Field Drainage Layout • Blue Lines = Hydraway 2000 Mats • Pink Line = Central Drainage Collector Source: Hydraway website 15Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    15. 15. Pavement Systems Surface Asphalt Binder Asphalt Type #53 Sub-base 1 ½ inch 4 ½ inch 8 inch Surface Asphalt Binder Asphalt Type #53 Sub-base 1 ½ inch 3 inch 8 inch Concrete Type #53 Sub-base 6 inch 8 inch Pervious Concrete Sand Type #53 Sub-base 9 inch 2 inch 9 inch Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces 16
    16. 16. Pedestrian Access 17 Upper Pedestrian Corridor Lower Pedestrian Corridor Central Pathway Eastern Pathway Western Pathway Bike Path Extension
    17. 17. 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  P.M. Peak Hour: • LOS F • 330 sec Delay – P.M. Peak Hour: • LOS C • 18 sec Delay Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces 18
    18. 18. Site Access: 2010 Background Volumes LOS ANALYSIS  McCormick & Cherry (AWSC)  A.M. Peak Hour: • LOS F • 95 sec Delay  McCormick & Tennis Center (TWSC)  A.M. Peak Hour: • LOS C • 16 sec Delay  P.M. Peak Hour: • LOS F • 492 sec Delay  P.M. Peak Hour: • LOS C • 20 sec Delay Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces 19
    19. 19. Site Access: 2010 Total Volumes LOS ANALYSIS  McCormick & Cherry (RDBT)  A.M. Peak Hour: • LOS C • 18 sec Delay  McCormick & Tennis Center (TWSC)  A.M. Peak Hour: • LOS C • 17 sec Delay  McCormick & Perimeter Pkwy (TWSC)  A.M. Peak Hour: • LOS A • 0 sec Delay  P.M. Peak Hour: • LOS C • 19 sec Delay  P.M. Peak Hour: • LOS C • 21 sec Delay  P.M. Peak Hour: • LOS A • 0 sec Delay Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces 20
    20. 20. 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 Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces 21
    21. 21.  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 Structural Design: Loads 22Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    22. 22.  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 Structural Design: Stadium Frame Analysis 23Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    23. 23. Structural Design:Sizing Stadium Component First Floor Column Sizes First Floor Beam Sizes 24Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    24. 24. Structural Design:Sizing Stadium Components  4” concrete decking  18K5 joists spaced at 5’ for third story  12K3 joists spaced at 5’ for lower stories Additional Structural Components : 25Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    25. 25. Structural Design: Concrete Stadium Seating  Seating Structure:  Reinforced Concrete  Beams, Girders, Columns  Masonry on Backstop 26Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    26. 26. 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  24 ft span  Simply supported  2.5 ft wide  PCI Design Handbook Load Path 27Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    27. 27.  29.5 ft span  Simply supported  Apply distributed beam loads  Neglect compression  Flexure controls  PCI Design Handbook Structural Design: Concrete Stadium Seating  Design: Isolate beams, Girders, and Columns  Assume no moment Transfer  Reduction to a determinate structure Girders 28Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    28. 28.  No moments – No interaction diagrams  Tributary area of girders for total loads  Detail the section – Check strength  PCI Design Handbook  Design: Isolate beams, Girders, and Columns  Assume no moment Transfer  Reduction to a determinate structure Columns 29Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces Structural Design: Concrete Stadium Seating
    29. 29.  Complicated Moment Resistant Frame  Truss  remove indeterminacy  Consider tributary area  Apply joint loads  Joint analysis  member forces  Check Stresses Reality Model 30Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces Structural Design: Awning Support Structure Support Section
    30. 30. 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 31Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    31. 31. L.E.E.D.  LEED Certification and Benefits  CE 498 Ratings 32 LEED Rating Points Certified 14-17 Silver 18-20 Gold 21-27 Platinum 28-37 Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    32. 32. 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 33Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    33. 33. Project Controls  Project Organization/communication  Design-Build firm advantages  Site Management  Lines of communication 34Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    34. 34. 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 35Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    35. 35. 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 PRICE PROPOSAL Basic Facility Proposal Price $6,458,182 Optional Facilities Proposal Price $3,160,805 Parking and Transportation Facility Proposal price $3,545,865 Total Project Price Proposal $13,164,853 Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    36. 36. Cost Estimate  Basic Facility 37 CSI division Total Cost Direct cost Division 3 - Concrete $433,181 Division 4 - Masonry $180,063 Division 5 -Metals $483,996 Division 7 -Thermal & Moisture protection $62,603 Division 8 - Openings $28,930 Division 9 - Finishes $308,803 Division 10 - Specialties $41,392 Division 11 - Equipments $133,642 Division 31 - Earthwork $213,827 Division 32 - Exterior Improvement $828,657 Division 33 - Utilities $1,993,004 Total Direct Cost $4,708,098 Indirect Cost Fees $1,155,338 Insurance $245,002 Allowance $1,131,676 Total indirect Cost $2,532,016 Total Facility cost (89.2% reduction factor) $6,458,182 Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    37. 37. Cost Estimate  Parking and Transportation Facility 38 CSI division Total Cost Direct cost Division 31 - Earthwork $144,271.58 Division 32 - Exterior Improvement $2,320,927.91 Division 33 - Utilities $275,384.21 Total Direct Cost $2,740,583.70 Indirect Cost Fees $426,129 Insurance $143,881 Allowance $664,592 Total indirect Cost $1,234,602 Total Facility cost (89.2% reduction factor) $3,545,865 Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    38. 38. Cost Estimate  Optional Facility 39 Direct cost Total Cost Soccer $664,047 Seat expansion $105,000 Other Roadways and parking facility $1,666,245 Total Direct cost $2,435,292 Indirect Cost Fees $389,800 Insurance $127,853 Allowance $590,558 Total indirect Cost $1,108,211 Total Facility cost (89.2% reduction factor) $3,160,805 Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    39. 39. 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 40Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    40. 40. Construction Scheduling 41Introduction Facility Drainag Structura ConstructioLEEDAcces
    41. 41. Summary 42  Purdue’s need  Baseball Facility  Soccer Facility  Drainage  Site Access  Structural Aspects  LEED Credentials  Construction and Cost
    42. 42. Questions! 43
    43. 43. 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#>. 44
    44. 44. 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/>. 45
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