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1 M Building Area: (sf) 166,000 Cost per Square Foot: $ 181 Construction Cost $ 30 M Date of Substantial Completion: October 9, 2009 Location of Project: St. Petersburg, FL Type of Project: New Construction Construction materials, mechanical systems or other pertinent information: Multi-Wythe Masonry CMU Structural Walls Face Brick 8 Super Emperor Stack Bond Portland Cement Stucco Fine Sand Texture Light Dash Texture Vocational Education and Skills Training Center Residential Training and Employment Program for Disadvantaged Youth Academic and Non-Academic Education Vocational Training Soft Vocations (Business Oriented) Business Technology Communications Health Occupations Culinary Arts Hard Vocations (Construction/ Trade Oriented) Automotive Carpentry/ Construction Plumbing Electrical Administration and Medical/Dental Services Student Services/ Career Development On-Campus Housing (Dormitories) Maintenance/ Warehouse Recreation Facilities Gymnasium Fitness Training Rooms Learning Resources Center Recreation Hall Arts & Crafts

2 M AERIAL SITE PLAN View from the Northwest looking Southeast. This Vocational Training Center Campus is located in a large industrial district. The site is within a brownfield zone, designated in part for its economic blight. The local building stock largely consists of utilitarian vocational, artisan, and industrial business functions. In our design, we continue the culture of the local built environment with the tradition of the Masonry Vernacular style in contemporary application. We used face brick units (4 x 8 x 16) on the exterior walls as a primary element in combination with secondary stuccoed masonry. These masonry surfaces are low- maintenance, attractive, and provide maximum thermal efficiency. A sand-coral color brick was selected tie the material palette to Florida Vernacular. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

3 Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections. M CAMPUS COMPUTER MODEL DAYLIGHT / SOLAR / SUNSHADING STUDY View from the West looking East. To accommodate the daytime and nighttime activities successfully into one cohesive campus design, the two dormitories were positioned as a hub in the middle of the site. The administrative, academic, and vocational buildings are primarily for daytime use, while the recreation center is primarily for nighttime and weekend use. The cafeteria is used throughout the day. This arrangement keeps student activity from sprawling across the entire 16 acres at any one time, and also helps foster a sense of comfort in proximity and scale in the residential courtyard and its nearby night-use recreation center. CAMPUS COMPUTER MODEL DAYLIGHT/SUNSHADE STUDY < N DORMITORY RECREATION CAFTERIA/ CULINARY ARTS HARD VOCATIONS SOFT VOCATIONS STUDENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION/ MEDICAL DENTAL

4 M DORMITORY View from the Southeast looking to the Northeast. Common Entry Lobby This two story lobby hub is the central arrival point for the two story dormitories. There are two wings on each floor. Each wing has its own private lounge area. Each floor shares laundry facilities and a study room. The dorm rooms are suites of four students per room with a private bathroom. Sustainable materials were used throughout, including low-voc paints, adhesives, and carpeting. And renewable materials such as linoleum flooring were used in the dorm suites. All the buildings on campus have automatic lighting controls to save energy. Water is conserved by the use of dual-flush toilet valves and waterless urinals. Energy savings was also realized in the use of on-demand fuel-fired tankless water heaters. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

5 M STUDENT SERVICES/ ADMINISTRATION View from within the main plaza looking West. The entry to the right is the for the Student Services and Career Training areas. In the distance to the West are the Administrative, Security, and Medical Dental facilities. The material palette for all of the building envelopes is: CMU, rigid insulation, and full- size stack bond face brick CMU, rigid insulation, and three- coat portland cement stucco Metal framing, batt insulation, cement board sheathing, and three-coat portland cement stucco soffits Galvalume Painted Aluminum Standing Seam Metal Panel Roofs Aluminum Windows, Storefronts, and Awnings Exposed Galvanized Steel Trusses, Galvanized Architectural Metal Deck, with multi-coat High- Performance Paint Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

6 M SOFT VOCATIONAL View looking Northeast towards the main entry into the academic and light vocations facilities. This is the main center of daytime activity for the students. There are 12 academic education classrooms in this building as well as 3 nursing classrooms. The long east-west double- loaded corridors are periodically broken up by light wells that pop above the roofs to let daylight in at the vestibules of the doors into the classrooms. These light wells carry through to the Student Services building to the West and create a rhythm of architectural motif. At night the light wells become glowing lanterns if viewed from the north. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

7 M NORTH ELEVATIONS This elevation sheet shows all of the buildings as viewed from the north. It illustrates the high degree of glazing for daylighting that is afforded by the solar orientation, roof configuration, and the overhang of sunshade elements. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

8 M WEST ELEVATIONS This elevation shows all of the buildings as viewed from the West. It illustrates the motif of the north- facing roofs that carries through all of the buildings. The degree of glazing is reduced to reject heat gain. All the glazing that faces due East or West is low-e for improved solar reflectance. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

9 M HARD VOCATIONAL PLAN This is also the heart of program and mission of the center. Each trade or construction module has a double-height space for flexibility of use and for maximum north light. Each bay is naturally ventilated utilizing fans that draw air from east to west, from the garage doors to a louver in the southwest corner of each loft. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

10 M BRICK DETAILS Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

11 M DORMITORY BRICK AND STUCCO FACES Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

12 M DORMITORY BRICK FACE - SHADOW Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

13 M DORMITORY BRICK DETAIL SLOPED SILL BRICKS Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

14 M CONSTRUCTION PHOTO Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

15 M CONSTRUCTION PHOTO Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

16 M HARD VOCATIONAL BAYS View from Northeast. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.

17 M CAFETERIA / CULINARY ARTS View from Northwest. Insert your image(s) within this 7 x 7 space. All floor plans and site plan should be oriented in the same direction in the presentation and the north arrow and a graphic scale be on all plans, and a graphic scale on building elevations and building sections.


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