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Prepared for: Mr. Michael Bolch Shaw Group. Project Scope and Client Goals Florida Institute of Technology Design and construction of a 12,600 s.f. commercial.

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1 Prepared for: Mr. Michael Bolch Shaw Group

2 Project Scope and Client Goals Florida Institute of Technology Design and construction of a 12,600 s.f. commercial office building to be used as a financial institute SW corner of Babcock St. and Palm Bay Blvd. in Palm Bay, Fl Create a construction schedule using MS Project Generate an estimated probable cost Develop construction contracts and terms

3 Project Management Plan Divided into 3 parts Project Controls Project Scope Project Schedule Structural Design Layout Structural analysis / Member design Connections Hurricane damage mitigation Legal Aspects Contract development & terms Preparation for negotiations Regulatory Agencies

4 Project Size and Cost Steel structure 2 stories 12,600 s.f. Parking lot Transportation Level of service analysis Water and sewer system design Geotechnical Foundation design Total Estimated Cost: $1,895, ($150.00/s.f.)

5 Project Design Schedule

6 Structural Design Key Elements Layout Structural analysis / Member design Connections Hurricane damage mitigation

7 Anticipated Final Design PANTHER FINANCIAL

8 Second Floor Layout

9 Roof Layout

10 Structural Analysis / Member Design Two Dimensional Dr. Frame Analysis Determining Maximum Shear, Moment, and Axial Loads being less than the Design Load

11 Structural Elevation Drawing (Transverse View)

12 Structural Elevation Drawing (Longitudinal View)

13 Final Member Selection Second FloorDesigned Member Sizes Beam A2 - A3W16 x 45 Beam B1 - B2W18 x 65 Beam B2 - B3W18 x 65 Beam C1 - C2W18 x 65 Beam D1 - D2W18 x 65 Beam D2 - D3W18 x 65 Beam E2 - E3W16 x 45 Beam B4 - D4W12 x 53 Girder A1 - B1W16 x 77 Girder A2 - B2W16 x 77 Girder A3 - B3W16 x 77 Girder B2 - D2W12 x 53 Girder D1 - E1W16 x 77 Girder D2 - E2W16 x 77 Girder D3 - E3W16 x 77 Girder B3 - B4W14 x 38 Girder D3 - D4W14 x 38 Frames (Roof)Designed Member Sizes Beam B1 - D1W12 x 35 Beam B3 - D3W12 x 35 Girder A1 - A2W14 x 38 Girder E1 - E2W14 x 38 ColumnsW12 x 120 Frames (2nd Floor)Designed Member Sizes Beam B1 - D1W12 x 53 Beam B3 - D3W12 x 53 Girder A1 - A2W16 x 45 Girder E1 - E2W16 x 45 Stair ColumnW8 x 31 Stair BeamW8 x 58 ColumnsDesigned Member Sizes A3W8 x 31 B2W8 x 31 D2W8 x 31 E3W8 x 31 B4W8 x 31 D4W8 x 31 RoofDesigned Member Sizes Beam A2 - A3W14 x 68 Beam B1 - B2W16 x 50 Beam B2 - B3W16 x 50 Beam C1 - C2W16 x 50 Beam D1 - D2W16 x 50 Beam D2 - D3W16 x 50 Beam E2 - E3W14 x 68 Girder A1 - B1W14 x 68 Girder A2 - B2W14 x 68 Girder A3 - B3W14 x 68 Girder B2 - D2W12 x 35 Girder D1 - E1W14 x 68 Girder D2 - E2 W14 x 68 Girder D3 - E3W14 x 68

14 Connections / Drawings Shear Connections are bolted Moment Connections are shop-welded and bolted ConnectionBolted ConnectionWelded Connection A3 Web Shear Connection 6 - 1/2" A325 Bolts - L2 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 1/2 Angle Min Edge Distance: 0.632" Min Spacing: 1.33" A3 Flange Shear Connection 6 - 1/2" A325 Bolts - L2 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 1/2 Angle Min Edge Distance: 0.632" Min Spacing: 1.33" A2 Web Shear Connectin 4 - 1" A325 Bolts - L6 x 6x 3/8 Angle Min Edge Distance: 0.95" Min Spacing: 2.667" B1 Moment Connection 2 - 1/4" A36 Steel Plates - 2L6 x 3 1/2 x 3/8 Double Angle - 3/4" diameter A325 (X) Bolts Min Edge Spacing: 1 1/4" Web 1/8" Fillet Weld 2L6 x 3 1/2 x 3/8 Double Angle Length: 6" Location: All Around B3 Web Shear Connection /4" A325 Bolts - L3 1/2 x 3 x 5/16 Angle Min Edge Distance: 3/4" - Min Spacing: 3.33" B3 Flange Shear Connection /4" A325 Bolts - L3 1/2 x 3 x 5/16 Angle Min Edge Distance: 3/4" Min Spacing: 3.33"

15 A3 Web-Shear Connection 6 – A325 ½” bolts based on Slip Critical Strength L2½” x 2½” x 1/2 Double Angles based on Areas

16 Column Base Plate Drawings

17 Work Breakdown Structure GENERAL WORK BREAKDOWN DURATIONHOURS SALARYBUDGET STARTEND RESPONSIBLE ENGINEER PLANNEDACTUAL$/HRPLANNEDACTUALDONE % COMPLETE PRELIMINARY DESIGN (50% SUBMITTAL) STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 17-Oct24-Oct 26 $ -YES100% STAIRS 17-Oct24-OctCRAIG22 $ $ YES100% COLUMNS 17-Oct24-OctCRAIG65 $ $ $ YES100% BEAM 17-Oct24-OctCRAIG66 $ $ YES100% FRAMES 17-Oct24-OctCRAIG68 $ $ $ YES100% GIRDER 17-Oct24-OctCRAIG65 $ $ $ YES100% STRUCTURAL DESIGN 17-Oct24-Oct 2012 $ -YES100% CONNECTIONS 17-Oct24-OctCRAIG10 $ $ YES100% BRACING DESIGN 17-Oct24-OctCRAIG102 $ $ $ YES100% FINAL DESIGN (95-100%) PROPOSAL STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS 31-Oct5-Dec 1215 $ -YES100% PLANS 31-Oct5-DecCRAIG46 $ $ YES100% SECTIONS 31-Oct5-DecCRAIG44 $ $ YES100% DETAILS/CONNECTIONS 31-Oct5-DecCRAIG45 $ $ $ YES100%

18 Hurricane Damage Mitigation Constructed on raised foundations above sea level Built upon steel, concrete, or wooden pilings or anchored to solid rock All concrete is reinforced with steel Specialized doors and windows Using shutters over doors and windows during hurricanes

19 Legal Aspects Contract Development Preparations for Negotiations Permits, Licenses, Agencies

20 Contract Development-1 Contract Development for Panther Financial Description of lands/site Contractors Responsibilities Labor Schedule Permits Owners Responsibilities Communication Payments Insurance

21 Contract Development-2 Change Orders Claims Tests and Inspections Dispute Resolution Good Faith Negotiations Mediation Arbitration Litigation Liquidated Damages

22 Negotiations Preparation for Negotiations Gather outside information Establish points of leverage Set a goal BATNA Shoot for a Win - Win conclusion

23 Permits, Licenses, Agencies Follow codes and regulations Acquire permits and licenses Keep in good standing with agencies and the public

24 Project Summary Scope Schedule Estimated Cost Structural Design Contract Development Negotiation Tactics Codes, Permits, and Licenses

25 Thank you for choosing The Shaw Group, Inc. Project plan will meet client’s goals We will produce a quality project We appreciate your business Your Project Manager Stephen M. Craig (412)


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