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1 SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE EDUCATION CENTER OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON TDR144: Construction Project Management Spring 2009 Group Project OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON TDR144: Construction Project Management Spring 2009 Group Project

2 A COMMUNITY BUILDING OF EARTH AND STRAW Timber Frame with Strawbale Infill and Earthen Plaster

3 Nathan Rust Ann Newman Helen Smith Rumpaipin Laohaprasit Nathan Rust Ann Newman Helen Smith Rumpaipin Laohaprasit PRESENTED BY

4 PROJECT IMFORMATION Address: 4641 Steamboat Island Road Olympia, Washington Olympia, Washington Field: Lot Number Lot size Acres Lot size Acres House: Lot Number Lot size 1.55 Acres Lot size 1.55 Acres Owner: Edward Makoviney Asking Price: 3.5 Million

5 ARIAL PHOTO

6 PROPERTY LOCATION Zoning: RRR 1/5 Zoning: RRR 1/5 Residential Rural Source, Residential Rural Source, One Home per 5 Acres One Home per 5 Acres Owner Expectation: Owner Expectation: One home per 5 acres allows 8 homes to be developed on this land, keeping value high One home per 5 acres allows 8 homes to be developed on this land, keeping value high

7 WETLAND AND BUFFER

8 PROPERTY IMFORMATION Assessed Value: $ 389,800 House $ 356,850 Field $ 356,850 Field Total $ 746,650 As of 2009 Total $ 746,650 As of Million is a more realistic sales price Savings of 2.5 million Savings of 2.5 million

9 OTHER SITE CONSIDERATIONS No history of flooding No history of flooding High ground water High ground water manageable, manageable, but precludes basement but precludes basement

10 HIGH GROUND WATER

11 BROWN CONTOUR WITH HIGH GROUND WATER

12 Project Name: Sustainable Agriculture Education Center Project Name: Sustainable Agriculture Education Center Category:Education & Recreation Category:Education & Recreation Type:Community Center Type:Community Center Target Group:Students & Community PROGRAMMINGPROGRAMMING

13 FUNCTIONSFUNCTIONS Great RoomsGreat Rooms (Including Stage) ClassroomsClassrooms Administration OfficeAdministration Office KitchenKitchen Lockers / Bathrooms / ShowersLockers / Bathrooms / Showers StorageStorage

14 CAPACITIESCAPACITIES Great Room Size 30 X 50Size 30 X – 300 People200 – 300 PeopleClassrooms Up to 20 PeopleUp to 20 People

15 FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

16 SECOND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR

17 FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

18 SECOND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR

19 SOUTH ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION

20 BUILDING SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS

21 SOUTH WEST VIEW SOUTH WEST VIEW

22 SOUTH EAST VIEW SOUTH EAST VIEW

23 GREAT ROOM VIEW GREAT ROOM VIEW

24 STAIRCASE VIEW STAIRCASE VIEW

25 OFFICE ROOM OFFICE ROOM

26 SOUTH WEST VIEW SOUTH WEST VIEW

27 SOUTH EAST VIEW SOUTH EAST VIEW

28 COST ESTIMATE Approximately 5,270 ft 2 Approximately 5,270 ft 2 Average cost of $ 184 / ft 2 Average cost of $ 184 / ft 2 ROM cost $ 970,000 ROM cost $ 970,000

29 COST ESTIMATE Potential high labor of strawbale will bePotential high labor of strawbale will be minimized with use of educational minimized with use of educational workshop to provide labor workshop to provide labor Workshops will be held at cost to cover feeding and housing expensesWorkshops will be held at cost to cover feeding and housing expenses Slower labor time offset by publicity andSlower labor time offset by publicity and community enrichment community enrichment

30 SAFETY PLAN Fire Protection: All bale treated with borate solutionAll bale treated with borate solution Site swept hourly when loose strawSite swept hourly when loose straw present present Separate tool site where all grinding and spark potential tooling will be doneSeparate tool site where all grinding and spark potential tooling will be done Predip methodPredip method

31 SAFETY PLAN Pre-dip Method: Wall surfaces of bale dipped in clay slurryWall surfaces of bale dipped in clay slurry - Penetrates 3 inches - Penetrates 3 inches - Seals bale from fire and rain - Seals bale from fire and rain Eliminates weed-wacking of wallEliminates weed-wacking of wall - Save labor - Save labor - Reduces fire risk of loose - Reduces fire risk of loose straw straw

32 SAFETY PLAN Falling Protection: Strawbale crash pads built up asStrawbale crash pads built up as scaffolding goes higher scaffolding goes higher After construction this straw willAfter construction this straw will be mulched on site be mulched on site

33 QUALITY CONTROL Full-time CM will co-ordinate Full-time CM will co-ordinate workshops and subcontractors to workshops and subcontractors to facilitate proper quality control. facilitate proper quality control. Awareness of unique codes and Awareness of unique codes and strawbale detailing is critical strawbale detailing is critical

34 WINDOW DETAILS WINDOW DETAILS

35 UNIQUE CODES UNIQUE CODES


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