Upcoming Presentation Outline

Some clarification on the upcoming team presentations:

  • Zoning Presentation¬†(on 22 x 34 Titleblocks in Autocad) – Teams are permitted to share information but not drawings. ¬†Each student must draw their own zoning sheets, graphics and backup zoning text. ¬†Each of you will upload your zoning to blackboard.
    • Graphic Sheets
        • Block and Lot, Use Group, etc. C6-2 etc.
        • Lot Area and FAR Calculation for allowable Square foot
        • Area calculation for the proposed building. ¬†Do you have enough allowable sq foot to build it? ¬†Do you have extra?Site information and FAR Calculations
          • Lot Area
          • FAR
          • Lot Area x FAR = Maximum Allowable
          • subtract Existing Buildings Sq ft to Remain (if any). If none say 0 – but do not leave this out!
          • Avaiable Builable is the result
      • Environs Map (Neighborhood) – suggest that this sheet matche the limits of your inventory/analysis sheets
      • Site Plan showing zoning envelope from above, street names and narrow or wide status, w/dimensions
      • Zoning Map 12D
      • 3D Isometrics of Zoning Envelope (2 views minimum) w/ dimensions
      • 2D¬†sections of zoning envelope (2 views minimum) w/ dimensions
      • Zoning and New Building Overlay – show at least 1 isometric view that shows if the proposed building fits inside your zoning envelope
    • Zoning Text Sheets – all conclusions must be backed up by zoning text
    • Zoning Definitions Sheet – optional sheet for extra credit includes relevant Zoning Definitions for example #wide street# – etc.

PowerPoint Presentation (Group)

  • Zoning – show the following here as well
    • Summary of site information – Zoning group/use/site area/FAR
    • FAR Calculations as well as calculations of the sq foot of the proposed building to determine if it is within the allowable
    • Zoning Envelope, Site Plan, Sections and Isometrics w/ Dimensions
  • ¬†Structural
    • Grid Organization – Show structural solution overlaid on floor plan. You must include spans sizes.
    • Floor to Floor – show floor to floors in section
  • Mechanical Solution – On a floor plan and a section show where the mechanical room will be, show the location of shafts and the distribution of mechanical systems in section.
  • Occupancy – Show occupancy calculations for each room and floor. ¬†Use these to determine the required number of stairs and the required width in inches of the doors and stairs
  • Egress – Show egress in plan and section. ¬†Show stair locations, exists, corridors & direction of door swings (using an arrow line) Include proper size for a typical stair in both plan and section.
  • Inventory and Analysis (part of PowerPoint presentation)
    Include this item just before your research list.  Use a uniform base map.  These are graphic not drafted presentations.  You can combine categories below if you can make them readable.  Otherwise each one should be a separate sheet.

  • Case Study / Research List – Develop a list of case studies for your team. ¬†For each item on the list show a sample image for example – each team must complete a case study of their building type. ¬†Select the building you will study now and show us a photo. ¬†For each of the other items on the case study /research list show a photo or a graphic of what you intend to research. ¬†For this future work please show how the team will divide up the work.

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