Presentation on theme: "FURNITURE SALON Author of the slides: Andrzej Marynowicz, Opole University of Technology Case study no. 7 Leonardo da Vinci project no. CZ/06/B/F/PP-168007."— Presentation transcript:
FURNITURE SALON Author of the slides: Andrzej Marynowicz, Opole University of Technology Case study no. 7 Leonardo da Vinci project no. CZ/06/B/F/PP-168007 WP6 – Case Studies PC 3 – A set of case studies
Content of slides 1. General information 2. Investment design 3. Bearing system – 3.1. Foundation – 3.2. Carrying elements – 3.3. Casing elements 4. Computational models used 5. Actions on structures 6. Project documentation, plans, and drawings 7. Erection 8. Interesting construction details 9. Protection from weather effects
General information date: 04.04.2007, price: ca. 2 000 000PLN (ca. 525 000 euro), within ca. 450 000PLN (ca.120 000 euro) for timber structure, investor: KOMFORT Sp. z o.o. Szczecin, design studio: PPB – Pracownia Projektowania Budowlanego s.c. Opole, construction company: Holzbau Wehmeyer sp. z o.o., location: Poland, Opole, Horoszkiewicza street, surroundings: general service buildings, materials used: glued timber, multilayered casing, concrete elements, brick-made walls
Investment design one of the furniture trading network salons a large working space
Computational models used rigid support frames with free-ends beams
Actions on structure typical according to polish standards – PN – snow – constant loading of roof (including ventilation devices), floors and walls casing, – variable loading of mezzanine: qk=2,5kPa. – moreover, the ground-floor was designed for variable operational loading q=15kPa.
Project documentation, plans, and drawings mezzanine stairs