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Bhu final presentation 20 sept 2012

  1. 1. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR COMPREHENSIVE INTEGRATED PLANNING FOR NEW CAMPUS OF FACULTY OF VETERIANARY & ANIMAL SCIENCE AT R.G.S.C. , Barkachha , Mirzapur. PRESENTED BY: ENARCH CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD., NOIDA (U.P.)Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  2. 2. RESILIENT ARCHITECTURE Architecture of Varanasi comprises mainly of Hindu temples and also some Mughal architecture. Varanasi is a city of temples The architecture of the Varanasi region is dependant on its geography. ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES •White marble and red sandstone was favored. •Semi-precious gemstones were popular (jade, LANDSCAPE crystal, etc.) GARDENING • Used arches sparingly. • Symmetry and balance stressed. • Used octagons a lot. •Landscape gardening. Open spaces and signature streets As they are characteristic of the campusOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
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  4. 4. DESIGN CONCEPT The distinctiveness of its iconic buildings and attractions – the Space Needle, Key Arena, – is fundamental to the architectural character of the campus There is also great cohesion across the campus with a network of landscaped plazas and open spaces. These stand out as elements of uniqueness. These design guidelines encourage design excellence in architectural concepts and execution of both foreground and background buildings.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  5. 5. CAMPUS ENTRIES Arrange and design buildings, open spaces and site elements to create welcoming entries to SKIMS . NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTIONS Link the campus and the surrounding neighborhood with visual and physical. TO QUARTER G UARD AND STO RE BLOCK TO QUARTER G UARD AND STO RE BLOCK GROUP CENTRE ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK ANIMAL HOUSE BLOCK VETERINARY CLINICAL COMPLEX PHASE-2&3 PHASE-1 SITE PLAN STREETSCAPE AND EDGES Create a comfortable and welcoming pedestrian environment along theOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301 perimeter streets as an attractive edge that strengthens the identity of Seattle
  6. 6. PHASE-1 GROUND FLOOR PLAN CIRCULATION 30.48 0.23 Provide a variety of pedestrian routes that draw people into 22.40 and through the Center. 33.37 9.40 9.40 12.02 12.73 13.07 12.02 6.05 6.05 10.75 8.89 8.89Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  7. 7. PHASE-1 FIRST FLOOR PLAN 12.02 22.47 33.37 33.37 9.40 9.40 12.73 13.07 12.02 28.54 12.54 6.05 6.05 33.37 8.89Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  8. 8. ADMIN & ANIMAL SCIENCE BLOCK P ARAP ET LVL. TERRACE LVL. 3600 GROUND F LOOR S LAB LVL. 3600 P LINTH LVL. - ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK ANIMAL SCIENCE BLOCK FRONT ELEVATION + 150 LVL. RAM P UP 750 PL INT H PROT E CT ION + 600 LVL. + 2100 LVL. 1800 RAM P UP 4500 EQUIPMENT 9885X10385 LOBBY LOBBY 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR up D.W. D.W. GRE E N L AWN GENTS TOILET GENTS TOILET GRE E N L AWN 4 8 8 5 X3 3 0 5 GRE E N L AWN 4 8 8 5 X3 3 0 5 GRE E N L AWN + 600 LVL. LADIES TOILET 1500 1500 TENTAGE STORE ROOM 4 8 8 5 X3 3 8 5 LADIES TOILET 4 8 8 5 X3 3 8 5 11885X10500 TOILET F OR H. 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR GRE E N L AWN GRE E N L AWN +600 LVL. 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR +600 LVL. 15001500 15001500 fountain 5000 1 5 0 0 M WIDE FOOT PATH 1 5 0 0 M WIDE FOOT PATH + 450 LVL. + 450 LVL. up up VE RANDAH ENT. LOBBY UP 5000 ENT. LOBBY 59021 PRE FUNCT ION L OBBY 9770X3270 + 438 LVL. GRE E N L AWN OPEN GRE E N L AWN GENTS TOILET GENTS TOILET 4 8 8 5 X2 7 0 0 4 8 8 5 X2 7 0 0 OPEN +600 LVL. +600 LVL. LADIES TOILET B 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR LADIES TOILET 4 8 8 5 X2 6 0 0 4 8 8 5 X2 6 0 0 CONFE RE NCE HAL L 9827X11770 PANT RY MUSIUM/ 1500 1500 TOILET F OR H. V ERA N D A H TRESAURY LADIES TOILET OP EN LADIES TOILET 9885X 4185 4 8 8 5 X3 3 8 5 OP EN 4 8 8 5 X3 3 8 5 +438 LVL. +438 LVL. PC ROOM L IBRARY TOI. 4 88 5X40 00 4885X6355 GENTS TOILET 2000 M WIDE VE RANDAH 2000 M WIDE VE RANDAH GENTS TOILET 4 8 8 5 X3 3 0 5 TOI. 4 8 8 5 X3 3 0 5 UP EN TRA N CE 4770 UP TREAD -300 LO BBY MUSEUM/TRESAURY D.W. D.W. SE RVE R RIS -150 ER 9770X 9770 9885X 4770 ROOM 2385X3885 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR 4 9 4 2 X4 0 0 0 2385X3885 2 3 8 5 X3 8 8 5 9 8 8 5 X3 8 8 5 OPEN TREAD -300 UP ENT. LOBBY 4500 RIS -150 ER 15000 X4500 + 450 LVL. UP 2070 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR 2070 WIDE CORRIDOR COVD. EN LOBBY T. PARKING 230 9770X6070 PHOTO- STATI- ONERY COVD. PARKING + 450 LVL. (DOUBLE HT.) COPY 2 4 4 2 X3 8 8 5 2 4 4 2 X3 8 8 5 up COVD. PARKING OPEN OPEN TOILET PA EN T V ER. d o u b le h t. P LANTER P LANTER P LANTER P LANTER P LANTER VERANDAH P LANTER VERANDAH + 438 LVL. + 150 LVL. up UP UP M AIN ENTRY UP M AIN ENTRY ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK area =4000 sqm ANIMAL SCIENCE BLOCK OFFICE & ANIMAL SCIENCE BLOCK ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK GROUND FLOOR AREA - 1519.41 SQ. M . GROUND FLOOR AREA - 3357.94 SQ. M . (including ver.,staircase and lobby) (including ver.,ramp,staircase and lobby) - 1167.93 SQ. M . FIRST FLOOR AREA FIRST FLOOR AREA - 2819.84 SQ. M . TOTAL AREA - 6177.78 SQ. M . TOTAL AREA - 2687.34 SQ. M .Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  9. 9. AUDITORIUM GROUND FLOOR PLAN RELATIONSHIP OF BU SPACE Provide physical and visua ground level interior uses routes and spaces where aOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  10. 10. AUDITORIUM FIRST FLOOR PLANOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  11. 11. AUDITORIUM ELEVATION Open up the connection of the Amphitheater space to the east, allowing increased visibility for SKIMS and a more integrated amphitheater space.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  12. 12. HOSTEL Reinforce Hostel , with new buildings and activities pulled to the sidewalk (this will make the plaza space more distinct in contrast). ELEMENTS OF CONTINUITY • The elements of continuity on the campus begin with the interior streets with mature tree canopies and extend to the open spaces. • The campus is the “sum of its parts” and is both eclectic and cohesiveOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  13. 13. CONCEPT :- SUSTAINABLE SITE PLANNING  NORTH – SOUTH ORIENTATION. COURTYARD CONCEPT Acts as a micro climate generator and thereby reduces energy consumption. A Landscape element LANDSCAPE AREAS MAXIMISED The main concern is the physical Articulation of space, the solids and voids, the negative and the positive. In addition, we try to include the effects of light, surface, shape and form. OPTIMISED BUILDING DEPTH To harvest maximum daylight. SERVICE CORES ON HOT EAST – WEST ENERGY EFFICIENCY Minimize surface area-to-volume ratio. HIGH LEVELS OF INSULATION EFFICIENT HEATING OF AIR & WATEROffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  14. 14. ECO FRIENDLY CRITERION: A GREEN BUILDING CONCEPT A. Use of eco friendly products : B. Less volatile organic compounds C. Waterless urinals: twin flow toilets D. CFC ( chloro fluoro carbon) free HVAC equipments: uses refrigerants which have low ozone depletion potential E. Reflective surface glass F. Human sensors to regulate cooling and heating to the optimum use. G. Provision of insulated roof tops and terrace gardens H. NB : However, The above is not in the scope of construction of Phase II ‘A’ due to cost constraint.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  15. 15. GREEN BUILDING CONCEPT : 1. All the buildings are around the central landscaped courts which creates its own microclimate and makes the building energy efficient. 2. Use of reflective façade which reduces the heat transfer and in turn reduces the power load. 3. Recycled water used for watering of landscaped courts 4. Solar panels to be used widely in all the buildings (not considered in the present scope of construction due to cost constraint) 5. Provision of rain water harvesting to preserve the natural resources.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63, 6.NOIDA (UP)-201301
  16. 16. ACCESS CONTROL  Entry to the premises shall be restricted by installation of bio metric based access control system.  All doors to the sensitive area like laboratories, scientists’ rooms, Administrators’ room etc. shall have biometric access control.  Entrance Gates shall have boom barrier controlled by access control for incoming and outgoing vehicles.  The system will be integrated and controlled from central location for ease of maintenance and functionality.  NB : However, The above is not in the scope of construction of Phase II ‘A’ due to cost constraintOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  17. 17. CCTV  Surveillance of premises shall be done by installing digital camera all around the premises.  Intelligent motion detection technology shall be used for the surveillance and security of premises.  Digital Video Recorder shall record all the camera for security purpose.  NB : However, The above is not in the scope of construction of Phase II ‘A’ due to cost constraintOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  18. 18. LIGHT , ELEVATOR AND SAFETY CONTROL  Lights and electrical distribution monitoring shall be done centrally using IBMS to save the power energy and recurring expenditure.  Elevators installed inside the premises shall be continuously monitored.  The alarms from various systems installed in laboratories like gas supply, fire control, ventilation control etc. shall be monitored for safety control by IBMS  Automation of all fire control systems like pumps etc. to be controlled by central location.  NB : However, The above is not in the scope of construction of Phase II ‘A’ due to cost constraintOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  19. 19. SCHEDULE OF SPECIFICATIONS- INTERNAL Floorings : Circulation areas : granite / vitrified tiles Office areas : vitrified tile / carpeting Conference rooms : wooden flooring/ carpet Syndicate rooms : vitrified tiles Service areas : marble/ granite Research areas : abrasion and scratch proof vitrified fire resistant tiles Storage areas : granolithic tile flooringOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  20. 20. SCHEDULE OF SPECIFICATIONS- EXTERNAL  Façade treatment :  Aluminum composite panels cladding with structural glazing using glass with high energy saving qualities .  Textured Paint Finishes  Grit Finish With Hand Crafted Tiles  Exterior Grade Tile Finishes  External pavings :  Interlocking Pavers Blocks With Interesting Patterns.  Anti Skid Mat Finish Floor Tiles.  Sand Stone Finishes With Landscaping.  Local Material Such As Unpolished Rough Finish Granite.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  21. 21. LANDSCAPING  HARD LANDSCAPING : Glass Mosaic Tiles For Water Bodies With Water Tight Lights Planters With Cladding Of Sand Stone, Marble And Locally available Stones Like Rough Granite. Mat Finish Tiles For Pavings And Pathways.  SOFT LANDSCAPING: Selection I Grade Grass For Landscaped Courts Plantations For Ground Cover Shrubs Such As Lantana, Tecoma, Starlight, Juniperous, Hibuscus Etc. Medium Height Trees Such As Ficus Benjamina, Musanda, Bottlebrush Etc. Tall Trees Such As Poplar, Amaltas, Silveroak ,Casurina , Palms Etc For Long Term Plantation And Development Of Green Areas.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  22. 22. ESIC HOSPITAL , JOKA , WEST BENGAL ESIC HOSPITAL, JOKA, WEST BENGAL DATE OF START - AUGUST 2009 (AS PER LOI) JUNE, 2010 (ACTUAL) DATE OF COMPLETION - MARCH 2013 PROJECT COST Rs. 514 CRORES (INCLUDING CONTEGENCY @3%) SALIENT FEATURES: NO. OF BEDS - AT PRESENT 300 BEDS, UPGRADABLE TO 600 BEDS PLOT AREA - 21.5 ACRES (87010.05 SQ.M) TOTAL BUILT UP AREA - 142155.24 SQ.M NO. OF COVERED EMPLOYER -Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  23. 23. ESIC JOKA SITE PLAN, WEST BENGAL PROJECT-1Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  24. 24. ESIC JOKA SITE PLAN, WEST BENGAL PROJECT-1Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  25. 25. ESIC JOKA SITE PLAN, WEST BENGAL CONSULTANTS (P) LTD. (Consulting Engineers, Architects, Planners & Project Managers) E 56, Golf Links, SECTOR 41, NOIDA, GB NAGAR, U.P. Phone: +91 120 4268589, +919899441033 Email: nirbhayshukla66@gmail.com SITE PLAN ROAD LAYOUT ROAD LAYOUT/Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  26. 26. ANIMAL HOUSE,FLOOR PLAN, ZOKA , WEST BENGALOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  27. 27. ANIMAL HOUSE, ELEVATION, ZOKA , WEST BENGALOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  28. 28. ANIMAL HOUSE, SECTION, ZOKA , WEST BENGALOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  29. 29. Medical College,Joka, KolkataOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  30. 30. Hospital,Joka, KolkataOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  31. 31. Guest House, Joka, KolkataOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  32. 32. Hostel,Joka, KolkataOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  33. 33. Nursing College,Joka, KolkataOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  34. 34. CONSULTANTS (P) LTD. (Consulting Engineers, Architects, Planners & Project Managers) E 56, Golf Links, SECTOR 41, NOIDA, GB NAGAR, U.P. Phone: +91 120 4268589, +919899441033 Email: shashankmisra@hotmail.com ESIC BALTIKURI SITE PLAN, WEST BENGAL SITE PLAN PROJECT-2 SITE LAYOUT SITE PLANOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  35. 35. Medical College Building at Baltikuri, Howrah - KolkataOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  36. 36. Hostel for Medical College at Baltikuri,KolkataOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  37. 37. AIIMS – BHOPALOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  38. 38. ESIC HOSPITAL AT MAYUR VIHAR, DELHIOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  39. 39. SITE PLAN PROJECT -2 PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS IN PHASE-II ‘A’ OF INDIAN INSTITUTE OF CROP PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY AT THANJAVUR, TAMILNADU Proposed Buildings 1. Research & Development block 2. Hostel 3. Director’s ResidenceOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  40. 40. • Well lit & ventilated common entrance lobby • for lecture halls & lab. • Provided with Labs and Lecture halls. • Provided with landscaped court near lecture halls.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  41. 41. • Provided with 16 triple seated rooms for students. • Provided with common Toilets at the end of the corridor. • Provided with Central entrance triple height lobby for natural light & ventilation. • Kitchen & Dining block has access from outside also for ease of movement. • Corridors are well lit & ventilated.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  42. 42. • Provided with 16 triple seated rooms. • Provided with Balconies in every unit. • Corridors are well lit & ventilated.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  43. 43. FrontOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301 Rear
  44. 44. SITE FURNISHINGS SEATING AND BENCHES Comfort is important to B.H.U.campus visitors, and a variety of places to sit should be offered throughout the campus. Where part of the signature streets or open spaces, seating should be an element of continuity on campus, with a common attitude toward color, and aiming toward consistency over time. Freestanding benches have been acquired over the years; matching the colors would help them serve as elements of continuity. STADIA IN MID OF CAMPUS Benches enhance design concepts, emphasizing ground lines or placed as objects in a space. Integrating benches into landscape and building edge conditions is encouraged.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  45. 45. CONCLUSION The drive to “go green” is undoubtedly welcome as the problems of water shortage, energy crisis and climate change are seemingly here to stay. Also the green concept has to be developed for local context so that they can be still be applied within the local and financial needs.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  46. 46. Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301

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