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Mast Campus Expansion       Project       SYSTEMS ENGINEERING II          JESSICA CASAMASSIMAWORKING IN CONJUNCTION WITH A...
Individual Design BriefDesign the structure and exterior of a building expansion project for the Marine Academy of Scienc...
Specifications and Limitations Specifications:• The design must:        Have a separate main entrance        Have handi...
Problem, Opportunity, or Situation• What is the Problem?   MAST’s campus is overcrowded.   Classroom spaces are far too sm...
Problem, Opportunity, or Situation (cont.)• What is the Situation?   The group will work together to   create a set of wor...
People Involved                                      There are many people involved in                                    ...
Why Must This Be Addressed?               This campus expansion               project would have many               benefi...
Stakeholders          The stakeholders of this project vary          greatly. They include of course the          students...
Intended MoodThe expanded campus will present students with a new, organized feel.Easily accessible pathways will be provi...
Works Cited“Administrative Staff.” Monmouth County Vocational SchoolDistrict. (21 April 2012). Retrieved fromhttp://www.mc...
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  1. 1. Mast Campus Expansion Project SYSTEMS ENGINEERING II JESSICA CASAMASSIMAWORKING IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALLIE MASCIANA AND MARY KATE INNACE
  2. 2. Individual Design BriefDesign the structure and exterior of a building expansion project for the Marine Academy of Science and Technology to provide to Dr. Christopher to propose to the Board of Education, and to provide to the landscape architect/civil engineer to plan the exterior site and interior architect to complete interior designs.
  3. 3. Specifications and Limitations Specifications:• The design must:  Have a separate main entrance  Have handicap accessibility  Be combatable with other buildings on Sandy Hook  Support an open, multipurpose room capable of housing 600 hundred people  Be made of materials that are affordable and appropriate for the purposes  Adhere to building codes Limitations:• The design must:  Stay within the limits of MAST’s campus.  Adhere generally to the following square footage requirements and include the following rooms:  (4) Classrooms 23x 27 = 621 sq ft each = 2,484 sq ft  (1) Naval Science Office 15 x 18 = 270 sq ft  Uniform Storage 110 x 13.5 = 1,485 sq ft  Mens/Women’s Toilets 32 x 20.5 = 656 sq ft  Multipurpose Drill Hall 73 x 102 = 7446 sq ft  Assembly use  Audience-504 sq ft, Stage-112 sq ft  Stage and Chair Storage 32 x 21 = 672 sq ft  Common and Corridor space 8 x 175 = 1,400 sq ft  Administrative Offices 2,500 sq ft o Total= 16,913 sq ft  Adhere to the stakeholder’s requests
  4. 4. Problem, Opportunity, or Situation• What is the Problem? MAST’s campus is overcrowded. Classroom spaces are far too small for the capacity they are now holding (fig. 1). Also, the campus Fig. 1 lacks a large, multipurpose indoor space for events such as battalion practices (fig.2). Fig. 2• What is the Opportunity? The campus now has the ability to expand within the next few years. Buildings can be added or existing buildings can be added on to. The current existing campus can be seen in figure 3. Fig. 3
  5. 5. Problem, Opportunity, or Situation (cont.)• What is the Situation? The group will work together to create a set of working drawings for a possible design for the future campus expansion, paying close attention to the existing campus (fig. 4). Four different Fig. 4 alternate solutions will be drawn up (fig. 5) and considered before a final design is chosen. Jessie will be designing the exterior of the buildings, while Allie while focus on the interiors and Mary Kate will create the exterior sites. Fig. 5
  6. 6. People Involved There are many people involved in this project, from the architects to the MCVSD Board of Education. However, those who will be most directly affected by this project are the students and faculty of MAST (fig 7). For example, they will no longer have an overcrowded lunchPhoto courtesy of Maddi Sorrentino room (fig. 10), will be able to Fig. 10 Fig. 6 practice drill in a gym (fig 9), will not have to play sports outside when it is raining (fig 8), and will not have to run uniform supply out of small trailers (fig 6). Fig. 7 Fig. 9 Fig. 8
  7. 7. Why Must This Be Addressed? This campus expansion project would have many benefits. The new, improved campus would have more Fig. 1 spacious classrooms (fig 1, fig 13), large rooms for uniform supply rather than trailers Fig. 12 (fig 11), more room for students to eat lunch (fig 10), Fig. 11 and a large gymnasium (fig 12) for drill events and pt that could also be converted into an auditorium for assemblies, plays, and graduations. Fig. 13 Fig. 10
  8. 8. Stakeholders The stakeholders of this project vary greatly. They include of course the students and faculty of MAST (fig 18, 19, 20). They also include the MCVSD administration such as Timothy M.Fig. 14 McCorkell (fig 14), the superintendent, Fig. 18 Anthony Schaible (fig. 15), the assistant superintendent, and Collette Flatt (fig 16), the school business administrator, all shown to the left. Stakeholders also include the tax payers of MonmouthFig. 15 County (fig 17). Fig. 19Fig. 16 Fig. 17 Fig. 20
  9. 9. Intended MoodThe expanded campus will present students with a new, organized feel.Easily accessible pathways will be provided along commonly used routesfrom one building to another. The buildings themselves will have simple,well-organized layouts. The classrooms will have an open, spacious feel (fig13). Where it is appropriate, the exteriors of the new buildings may reflectthe beautiful architecture of old Fort Hancock Buildings (fig 24), such asBuilding 22 (fig 23). Others will blend right in with the existing campus (fig21, 22). The new campus will be safe, comfortable, and much improved. Fig. 21 Fig. 23 Fig. 13 Fig. 22 Fig. 24
  10. 10. Works Cited“Administrative Staff.” Monmouth County Vocational SchoolDistrict. (21 April 2012). Retrieved fromhttp://www.mcvsd.org/admin/“Fort Hancock at Sandy Hook.” New Jersey Memories. (28 August2012). Retrieved fromhttp://www.newjerseymemories.com/2012/08/fort-hancock-at-sandy-hook.htmlGoogle. (2012). Google Earth (Version 6.2) [Mobile applicationsoftware]. Retrieved from http://itunes.apple.com/“The Learning Factory.” Penn State College of Engineering. (2012). Retrieved fromhttp://www.lf.psu.edu/Facilities/Location.htmlWeichert.(2012). Retrieved fromhttp://www.weichert.com/NJ/Monmouth/~All other pictures used were photographed by Jessie Casamassima.~

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