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Arts & Humanities Instructional Building. Noah J. Ashbaugh. Construction Management 2006. Senior Thesis Presentation. Noah J. Ashbaugh. Construction Management 2006. Agenda. Arts and Humanities Instructional Building Project Background Analysis Areas Roof System Analysis - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Arts & Humanities Instructional BuildingNoah J. AshbaughConstruction Management 2006

  • AgendaRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion Arts and Humanities Instructional Building Project Background

    Analysis Areas Roof System Analysis Faade Sequencing Waste Management

    Final Conclusions and Recommendations

  • AgendaRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion Arts and Humanities Instructional Building Project Background

    Analysis Areas Roof System Analysis Faade Sequencing Waste Management

    Final Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Project BackgroundRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

    Project Name: Location: Delivered Method : Construction Manager : GMP : Construction Schedule:Construction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis Presentation

    Arts & Humanities Instructional BuildingColumbia, MarylandCM at riskRiparius Construction, Inc. $20 M 22 months

  • Project BackgroundRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

    Project Size : 77,000 sq.ft.

    Building Use: Classrooms, offices, musical and theatrical theaters

    Construction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis Presentation

  • AgendaRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion Arts and Humanities Instructional Building Project Background

    Analysis Areas Roof System Analysis Faade Sequencing Waste Management

    Final Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Roof System AnalysisRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusionObjective: Compare 4-ply built-up roof system vs. green roof systemConsiderations: Cost Schedule Structural Mechanical Construction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis Presentation

  • Green Roofs Green roof systemsTwo main categories: Extensive: 15 psf 80 psf, typically 4-6 inches deepLess Maintenance and smaller plants Intensive: 80 psf 150 psf, typically 12 inches deepRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusionBenefits: Reduce heat gain in summer Reduce rainfall runoff impacts Reduce sound reflection and transmission

  • Roof Systems Green roof systemExtensive roof designed to be 24 psf4 inches of growing mediumPlant selection: sedums

    Built-up roof system4-ply roof 4 inches of rigid insulationMinimum dead load design 5.5 psf, table C3-1, ASCE7-05

    Roof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Costs & SchedulingConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Costs & SchedulingMaterial and Installation Summary: Built-up roof @ $1.98 / sf = $ 7,223 Green roof @ $14.43 / sf = $52,640Cost Difference: $45,417Installation Productivity: Built-up roof @ 2,000 sq.ft installed per day = 13 days Green roof @ 1,800 sq.ft installed per day = 14 daysConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Structural ImpactArea AnalyzedArea over musical theater. Typical bay W10x12 beams, 17 ftW27x84 girders, 40 ft Resizing of structural members is not requiredLive load: 30 psfSnow load: 19.3 psfDead load: 49 psfGreen roof load: 24 psfRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion1.2D + 1.6L + .5S = 145 psf Vn Vu Mn Mu L/240

  • Mechanical Impact Green roof expected heat flow reduction is 20% in summer months Greatest thermal savings of a green roof is in summer monthsHeat flow calculations Built-up roof: cooling qx = (91-68) * 3,648 / 15.89 = 5,280 btu/hr Green roof savings = 5,280 btu/hr * 20% = 1,560 btu/hrRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Roof System AnalysisRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusionBuilt-up roof systemConsiderations: Cost Schedule Structural Mechanical Construction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationResults: Built-up roof ($45,417) Faster installation No impact No impact

  • Agenda Arts and Humanities Instructional Building Project Background

    Analysis Areas Roof System Analysis Faade Sequencing Waste Management

    Final Conclusions and RecommendationsRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Faade SequencingObjective: Analyze alternative methods for the construction of the facadeConsiderations: Productivity Cost Schedule PracticalityRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Why Re-Sequencing?Faade materials Curtain wall Pre-finished aluminum panels Brick veneerConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Faade SequencingOriginal Sequence 37 week durationConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Faade SequencingFour alternatives identified Alternative A compress schedule by adding additional crews Alternative B compress schedule by adding additional masonry crews Alternative C phase sequence of north facade Alternative D change aluminum panels to masonry veneerRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Faade SequencingAlternative C Alternative C phases construction of north faade Later curtain wall activities occur sequentially 36 week durationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Faade SequencingAlternative CConsiderations: Productivity Cost ScheduleRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusionResults: No loss of productivity ($13,544) One week faster

  • Agenda Arts and Humanities Instructional Building Project Background

    Analysis Areas Roof System Analysis Faade Sequencing Waste Management

    Final Conclusions and RecommendationsRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Waste ManagementObjective: Develop a waste management plan for the AHIBConsiderations: Cost Accessibility PracticalityConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Waste ManagementMaterials Wood Concrete Gypsum boardAnticipated recycling Concrete: 37 tons Wood: 18 tons Gypsum board: 7 tonsConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Waste ManagementCosts Tipping fee Rental fee Hauling feeConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusionSource separated Construction debris separated at jobsite into different recycling bins

  • Waste ManagementConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Waste ManagementConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusionWaste Management Site Utilization Plan

  • Waste ManagementWaste management planConsiderations: Cost AccessibilityConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusionResults: ($2,500) Recycling centers are available

  • Agenda Arts and Humanities Instructional Building Project Background

    Analysis Areas Roof System Analysis Faade Sequencing Waste Management

    Final Conclusions and RecommendationsRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • ConclusionRecommendations Construct 4-ply built-up roof

    Re-sequence faade construction ($13,544) One week faster

    Implement waste management plan ($2,500) 65 tons diverted from landfillRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • QuestionsRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • AcknowledgementsHoward Community CollegeRiparius Construction, IncPenn State AE FacultyFamily and FriendsConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Faade SequencingConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Faade SequencingConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion

  • Sound AttenuationConstruction Management 2006Noah J. AshbaughSenior Thesis PresentationRoof System AnalysisProject BackgroundFaade SequencingWaste ManagementConclusion Expected sound transmission reduction: 5 decibels

    55 decibels reduced to 50 decibels Road traffic to office activities