Lecture 1 - ARCH 106 Materials of Construc6on...

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Unformatted text preview: ARCH 106 Materials of Construc6on Agenda •  •  •  •  •  •  Organiza6on of the class Lecture on the Building Process Homework Movie Quiz On ­Campus field trip 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 2 Class Content and Objec6ves •  Use and applica6on of construc6on processes and materials (Cal Poly Catalog) •  Understand why construc6on processes and materials are selected •  Understand the overall process of designing and construc6ng a building •  Learning the language and terminology to accurately describe building materials and construc6on 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 3 Instructor •  Licensed Architect in Germany •  Partner and CTO of K+H Architects, StuXgart •  Projects: Laboratory buildings for universi6es and pharmaceu6cal Industry •  Experience: –  Carpenter –  Architect –  General Planer 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 4 Syllabus •  •  •  •  •  •  2 lecture class in 1 session Large class Office Hour: Friday 3:10 – 4:00pm Grading based on midterms, final, and quizzes Scantron Blackboard 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 5 Schedule •  •  •  •  •  •  Class 6me: Fridays 1:10 – 3:00pm Faculty Furlough Day: 2/12/2010 Midterms: 1/29 and 2/19 Final: 3/12 Quizzes somewhere in ­between Detailed Quarter Schedule on Blackboard 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 6 Blackboard •  hXps://my.calpoly.edu/cas/login •  Main Menu –  Blackboard Access (…usually boXom lef corner) –  ARCH ­106 ­02 ­2102 •  Please check for announcements 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 7 Textbook Fundamentals of Building Construc4on Materials and Methods (5th Edi6on) Authors: Edward Allen, Joseph Iano Publisher: Wiley, New Jersey 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 8 Materials of Construc6on •  Selec6on of Materials –  Who are the par6cipants in the decision process –  What are the reasons for material selec6ons –  How do material affect the quality of the product –  What is the impact on the life cycle of the building •  Methods of Construc6on –  Who are the par6cipants in the decision process –  What are the reasons for construc6on methods –  How do construc6on affect building quality 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 9 Making Buildings: The Par6cipants •  Players with different objec6ves Wish of the client Suggested by the architect Suggested by the structural engineer Building permission 1/8/2010 Built by the contractor ARCH 106 Lecture 01 After retrofit 10 Making Buildings: Owner •  Types –  Individuals –  Business, Industry, Developers –  Organiza6ons –  Government Ins6tu6ons •  Objec6ves –  Customized solu6on –  Func6on (use, representa6on, etc.) –  Budget –  Time line Wish of the client 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 11 Making Buildings: Architect •  Contracted to translate client’s objec6ves into building design mee6ng defined or emerging criteria –  Func6on, 6me line, budget, etc. •  Responsible for mee6ng constraints and regula6ons –  like zoning ordinances and building codes •  Objec6ves –  Unique design –  Quality of construc6on & materials –  Profit 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 Suggested by the architect 12 Making Buildings: Engineer •  •  •  •  •  Structural Engineer Mechanical Engineer Electrical Engineer Other consultants Objec6ves –  Focus on technical realiza6on –  Avoid malfunc6on, damage, collapse –  Liability considera6ons –  Profit 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 Suggested by the structural engineer 13 Making Buildings: Local Authori6es •  •  •  •  Building Department Historic Preserva6on Community Development Objec6ves –  Protect public health and safety –  Enforcing building codes –  Construc6on quality –  Enforcing zoning ordinances Building permission 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 14 Making Buildings: Contractor •  •  •  •  General contractor Subcontractor Construc6on Management Objec6ves –  Smooth building process –  Standardized construc6on procedures –  Profit Built by the contractor 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 15 Making Buildings: Constraints •  Every building is a prototype •  Construc6on is complex •  No “crash tests” to check building behavior •  No or only liXle adjustments possible afer the comple6on of the project •  High costs 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 16 Project Delivery: Contrac6ng •  Design / Bid / Build: –  Owner contracts planners –  Owner contracts construc6on contractors Planer Owner Contractor •  Design / Build: –  Owner contracts a single en6ty to provide planning and construc6on Planer Owner Contractor 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 17 Project Delivery: Scheduling •  Sequen6al: –  Construc6on does not begin un6l design is completed Design Construc6on 6me •  Phased (fast track): –  Design and construc6on ac6vity overlap phases 6me 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 18 Reading Assignment: Chapter 1 Page 4 – 23 •  •  •  •  •  •  Learning to build Sustainability Choosing a Building System Building Standards Construc6ng Buildings Trends 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 19 Movie Time: Stone Thermal Bath Vals, Switzerland (1993  ­1996) Ques4ons: Who is the customer? Why is the material selected? What are material characteris6cs? How was the material standardized? What is the structural material? 1/8/2010 ARCH 106 Lecture 01 20 ...
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