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  1. Introduction BAY TEAM 2002 Angela Ribas Architect: UC Berkeley Matthias Niebling Engineer: Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany Construction Manager: Kevin Coyne Stanford University Product Manager: Torsten Schluesselburg FH Aargau, Switzerland David Steinbach Owner: Weimar, Germany MEMBERS

  2. BAY AREA / SAN FRANCISCO • UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO • MAIN CAMPUS AT FULTON STREET • SURROUNDING: • GOLDEN GATE PARK • (HUGE GREEN AREA) • RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD • HILL AREA CAMPUS LOCATION

  3. GOLDEN GATE AVE. N FULTON STREET CAMPUS VIEW

  4. N TEXTURES AREA ANALYSIS

  5. N SITE PANORAMIC VIEW • FLAT GROUND • FACING FULTON STREET SITE MAP BUILDING LOCATION

  6. FOREST PLAZA Matrix $5.9 Mil $6.8 Mil PROS: • Daylight / Green area inside A • More unusual design • Owners preference E • Large glass facade • Interesting structure C • Construction Sequencing • EBF system is cost efficient CONS: • Extended footprint A • More conventional design • Interesting structure and details • Relatively simple box - structure E • Retractable roof/Glass facade • Base Isolation System costly C costly DECISION MATRIX

  7. A_First concept FOREST “AN OPEN AND FRIENDLY SPACE WHERE PEOPLE CAN INTERACT” CORE VIEW DESIGN CONCEPT

  8. N Large classrooms Computer room Mechanical room Technical support Storage Restrooms Auditorium BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN PLAN

  9. N Seminar rooms Small classrooms Large classrooms Restrooms FIRST FLOOR PLAN PLAN

  10. N Faculty office Student office Instructional lab Seminar rooms Small classrooms Storage Restrooms SECOND FLOOR PLAN

  11. N Chair’soffice Faculty lounge Secretaries ADM offices Faculty office Restrooms THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR PLAN PLAN

  12. N C B B A A C SECTION AA SECTION BB SECTION CC SECTIONS SECTIONS SECTION CC

  13. SOUTH FACADE NORTH FACADE EAST FACADE WEST FACADE 3-D FACADES

  14. LOUVERS GLASS SECTION VERTICAL / HORIZONTAL LOUVER DETAIL

  15. EVALUATION EVALUATION

  16. Structural System (general) All members: Grade 50 steel 180x180x10 [mm] HEB 340 HEB 260 HEB 240 Concrete Walls: 30cm STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

  17. Gravity System (1) HEA 220 HEB 300 HEB 340 10,16m 10,16m 30,48m 10,16m GRAVITY SYSTEM

  18. Gravity System (2) Concrete Walls: 30cm Q 180x10 [mm] HEB 240 O 457x10 [mm] GRAVITY SYSTEM

  19. Moments 780kNm 480 kNm 150 kNm Moments My (design) according to the ASCE Standard including: 1.2D + 1.0E + 0.5L + 0.2S MOMENT DIAGRAM

  20. Connection Details 250 kN 150 kN Screws: M20, 5.6 CONNECTION DETAILS

  21. Lateral System Symmetrical Lateral System LATERAL SYSTEM

  22. Foundation Ground Plate: 40cm FOUNDATION

  23. Earthquake Deformation Maximum Deformation: 2.8cm EARTHQUAKE-DEFORMATION

  24. Staircases 1,80m Max. 560 mm Frequency: 1,25 Hz 400x60x10 [mm] Max. 9 mm 1,80m 1800x200x10 [mm] 2,50m Frequency: 10,6 Hz Structural System of the Staircase STAIRCASE

  25. Staircase_MomentResistingGirderConstr. HEB300 HEB300 STAIRCASE LOCATION

  26. Detail of StaircaseConnection Screws: M22, 8.8 pre-tensioned Moment: 58,4 kN Lever arm: 19cm N= +/- 315 kN Shear: 30,9 kN STAIRCASE CONNECTION DETAILS

  27. Roof Construction ROOF DETAIL

  28. Roof Constr. Detail Q120x4.5mm Q60x4.0mm Q100x4.0mm STRUCTURAL SYSTEM CONNECTION DETAIL

  29. AEC-Facade Girder Use joists (cost) Gravity deformations are too big Use 4 cables to hold each joist up Cables are too expensive, no benefit compared to 3D-Truss 3D-Truss satisfies load requirements A E C ` Framework Truss in the Main Facade STRUCTURAL TRUSS ITERATION

  30. Existing Buildings Site Access (Fulton) Project Office Fulton street Material Laydown & Storage Crane Building Perimeter Site Perimeter Site Plan

  31. SUPERSTRUCTURE: • Steel Moment Frame • Cast-in-Place Composite • Concrete/Steel Floor System • EXCAVATION: • 18’ Hard Strata • EXTERIOR FACADE: • Hollow-Core Concrete Panels • Glass/Louver Curtain • Wall System • FOUNDATION: • Poured Reinforced Concrete Mat Slab w/ 4 Interior Column Footings Materials and Methods

  32. Construction Method Pros/Cons

  33. Schedule Duration = 9 months Start: 9/20/2015 – End: 7/7/2016 MILESTONE #1: 3/01/16 – Foundation Complete MILESTONE #2: 5/10/16 – Shell Complete MILESTONE #3: 9/30/16 – Move-In Schedule

  34. Total:$5,423,956 Per Square Foot:$164.4 Cost

  35. MEP/Life-Cycle Cost

  36. 4-D Model

  37. Apprentice FINAL PRESENTATION WINTER Q. PRESENTATION KICK - OFF FISHBOWL #2 FISHBOWL #1 TEAM INTERACTION / OUTPUT

  38. Great learning experience - Other cultures - Different ways of working - Other disciplines - Kick off • Software solutions • Good mix between disciplinary, bi- disciplinary and • multi disciplinary work ADVANTAGES

  39. Group space ADVANTAGES (ctd.)

  40. Group space - Very effective - Easy access - Expandable - Granularity - Inventory file ADVANTAGES (ctd.)

  41. Information Gathering • Information Technology • Geography PROBLEMS / DIFFICULTIES

  42. The discussion forum should be used more often Heavy initial use of discussion forum was lessened for a reliance on Email. We should announce team-meetings (with all the members) once a week Discussion with everyone (other disciplines) brings an improved learning experience. The notification mechanism should be improved Importance of knowing if an email, attachment arrived and was useful. The discussion forum should be used more often We should announce team-meetings (with all the members) once a week Discussing with everybody (other disciplines) brings an improved learning experience The notification mechanism should be improved Importance of knowing if an email, attachment arrived and was useful Process Improvement

  43. Thank yous THANKS TO: • All the mentors of the AEC program • Humberto Cavallin \ Architect Robert Alvarado \ Architect Daniel Gonzales • Dr. Greg Luth \ Prof. Frank Werner \ Prof. Juergen Ruth • ECW Weimar \ BGS Ingenieursozietaet Weimar \ Infograph Software Solutions THANK YOU