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government office center mid atlantic u s
Government Office CenterMid-Atlantic U.S.

Penn State AE Senior Thesis Project

Alexander Ward | Construction Management

James Faust | CM Advisor

government office center mid atlantic u s1
Government Office CenterMid-Atlantic U.S.
  • Presentation Outline:
  • Project Background
  • Analysis #3: Integrated Processes
    • Engaged Owner
  • Analysis #2: SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities
    • Renewable Energy/Electrical Breadth
  • Analysis #1: Implementation of Building Information Modeling
    • Facilities Management
  • Analysis #4: Progressive Collapse
    • Structural Breadth
  • Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Penn State AE Senior Thesis Project

Alexander Ward | Construction Management

James Faust | CM Advisor

project background

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Project Background

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

  • $42 Million Renovation
  • 14 Story Federal Office & Courthouse
  • 316,000 SF
  • August 1, 2011 – January 31, 2014
  • Major upgrades to Envelope and HVAC systems
  • LEED Gold (LEED 2009 EBO&M)
  • Occupied throughout construction

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integrated processes

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Integrated Processes

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Problem Identification:

  • Industry trending toward integrated solutions
  • Engaged owners extremely important in process
  • Need to educate owners on importance of role

Research Goal:

  • Evaluate key benefits of engaged owner

Relationship Building

Commu-

nication

Slide 4

integrated processes1

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Integrated Processes

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

…improved delivery through schedule acceleration…

An Engaged Owner is:

  • Actively involved in the design and design review process
  • Aware of the unique challenges of the project
  • Willing to use uncommon project delivery and construction strategies when feasible

Schedule Accel.

Relationship Building

Commu-

nication

Slide 5

integrated processes2

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Integrated Processes

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

…improved delivery through scheduleacceleration…

…faster and more refined decision making…

An Engaged Owner is:

  • More informed of design options being considered by the project team
  • More educated on the consequences of these design options
  • Actively involved in design reviews
  • Supportive and responsive during construction phase

Schedule Accel.

Relationship Building

Decision Making

Commu-

nication

Slide 6

integrated processes3

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Integrated Processes

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

…improved delivery through scheduleacceleration…

…faster and more refined decision making…

…reduced frequency and degree of changes…

An Engaged Owner is:

  • Helpful in defining project needs early in the development process
  • Educated and understands how design teams meet the previously defined program requirements
  • Clear in explaining why a design change is needed and what it will accomplish

Schedule Accel.

Relationship Building

Decision Making

Commu-

nication

Changes

Slide 7

sips study for curtain wall activities

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Problem Identification:

  • Highly repetitive curtain wall replacement activities
  • Opportunity to implement BIPV system

Research Goal:

  • Evaluate the benefits of SIPS and BIPV

Slide 8

sips study for curtain wall activities1

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Activities:

  • Installation of weather wall
  • Demolition of existing curtain wall
  • Installation of new structural steel
  • Installation of new curtain wall
  • Demolition of weather wall
  • Frame and rough-in
  • Restoration of finishes

North Area in Red – South Area in Blue

Slide 9

sips study for curtain wall activities2

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SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Existing Schedule:

  • Oct. 11, 2011 – Sept. 16, 2013 (101 weeks)
  • 8 week schedule gap between North and South
  • Longest activity requires 100 days (North finishes)

Slide 10

sips study for curtain wall activities3

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SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

$425K

GCs

$1.65M Total Value

25 Weeks Saved

Liquidated Damages

$1.225M

Slide 11

bipv curtain wall

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

BIPV Curtain Wall

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Slide 12

bipv curtain wall1

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BIPV Curtain Wall

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Feasibility:

+$404,200 for PV marginal cost

–$382,500 for sunshades deduction

=$21,700 net marginal cost

~$13,000 per year in energy savings

Payback < 2 years

Need to consider heat gain, constructability, etc.

Slide 13

implementation of bim

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Implementation of BIM

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Problem Identification:

  • Minimal push of information downstream for future needs

Research Goal:

  • Evaluate the benefits of implementing BIM for facilities management uses

Slide 14

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Implementation of BIM

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Slide 15

implementation of bim2

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Implementation of BIM

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Slide 16

progressive collapse

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Progressive Collapse

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Problem Identification:

  • Original construction decades prior to recent federal requirements

Research Goal:

  • Compare the cost and schedule impacts of adding this scope of work in three scenarios

Slide 17

progressive collapse1

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Progressive Collapse

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Freyrom Anchor Section

Slide 18

summary of conclusions

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Acknowledgements

Summary of Conclusions

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Questions or Comments?

The Balfour Beatty Construction Team

Industry Professionals

Penn State AE Department

My Family and Friends

Slide 19

appendix slides

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Appendix Slides

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions

Acknowledgements

project background1

Government Office Center | Mid-Atlantic U.S.

Project Background

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

  • Owner | U.S. General Services Administration
  • CM | Balfour Beatty Construction
  • Architect | TranSystems Corporation
  • Structural Engineer | Thornton Tomasetti
  • MEP Engineer | Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.
  • Sustainability / Design Consultant | William McDonough + Partners
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SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

Traditional SIPS:

Non-Traditional SIPS:

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Implementation of BIM

Presentation Outline:

Project Background

Integrated Processes

SIPS Study for Curtain Wall Activities

Implementation of BIM

Progressive Collapse

Summary of Conclusions & Acknowledgements

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