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2 Civil Engineering & Architecture 2.3 Residential Design

3 Affordable Housing for Habitat for Humanity Portfolio Contents –Cover Page with Home Rendering –Sketches –Floor Plans –Elevation Plans –Wall Section –Door & Window Schedule –Site Plan –Electrical Plan –Plumbing Plan –Climate Control / Mechanical Plan –LEED Design Credit Record Follow these requirements –New Construction Guidelines for Habitat for Humanity –American Disabilities Act Requirements –Residential Code Requirements –LEED & Energy Star –Electrical Code Requirements –Plumbing Codes Requirements

4 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) NOTE: Merge the client needs to Habitat for Humanity’s construction guidelines ½ Acre Site –1046 Maple Ave, Noblesville, Indiana Size of the House –2 Bedroom/1 Bathroom sf (40 gal. water heater) –3 Bedroom/1-1/2 Bathroom sf (52 gal. water heater) –4 Bedroom/2 Bathrooms sf

5 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) –NOTE: Merge the client needs to Habitat for Humanity’s construction guidelines Size of the House –2 Bedroom/1 Bathroom sf (40 gal. water heater) –3 Bedroom/1-1/2 Bathroom sf (52 gal. water heater) –4 Bedroom/2 Bathrooms sf Type of Construction –Foundation Crawl Space: 4’ deep & 36”x24” access panel Basement: 8’ deep with interior & exterior access Slab Drainage is gravity flow or sump pump NOTE: Do not include basement unless required by city code.

6 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) Type of Construction (cont’d) –Wall System Wood Frame System: 2”x6” sheathed with ½” board insulation Concrete System: standard methods –Roof System Truss 16” apart on center with 7/16” Oriented Strand (A.K.A. Wood Particle) Board Gable Roof with 5/12 pitch

7 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) Accessibility per ADA –Entrance with no porch, step or overhang/ –Doors are 36” wide –Hallways are 42” wide –Kitchen have 5’ diameter of open space to move –1 Bathroom must be accessible –Each bathroom has grab bars

8 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) Energy Efficiency per LEEDS & Energy Star –Insulation –Heating & Cooling –Appliances –Home Electronics –Lighting –uses at least 15% less energy than standard homes

9 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) Insulation –Wood Frame: R-19 value, fiberglass batt insulation and ½ insulating foam –Ceiling: R-38 blown in insulation –Foundations Walls: 2” blue board foam & 6 mil paper retarder Doors –2 Steel Clad Insulated Doors Primary Door: 6 panel with half moon light 3’ wide –Attic accessible

10 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) Windows –white, vinyl, single hung, tilt-in, low e double pane with screens –Every bedroom must have at least 1 window –Kitchen/Dining: at least 2 windows –Basement: egress windows –Linen Closet –Build in Closet on First Floor NOTE: An egress window is a window that is required in specific locations in a dwelling and is intended to provide an emergency means of exiting a dwelling. Windows must meet specific size and requirements to qualify as an egress window.

11 New Construction Guidelines (abridged) HVAC, Washer/Dryer, & Plumbing –Electric Heat Pump –Water Heater (see above for size) –Washer/Dryer Area with Installation –Hose Bibs (2): exterior Lighting Fixtures –Ceiling fixtures in all rooms –Fluorescent light fixture with switch in each closet –Light fixture over sinks in bathroom and kitchen –Light fixture at Porches and Entrances

12 Electrical Plan (abridged) Follow Residential Electrical Code Requirements Add the following electrical plan elements to the floor plans –Add location of outlets, lighting, and switches –Connect each lighting fixture to at least one switch using a switch leg (dashed line). Consider the need for three way switches –Include an electrical service line

13 Residential Site Plan (abridged) Add the following site plan elements to the site plan template: –Use 1” = 30’ scale –Legal description –North arrow –Property lines (by sketching over existing lines) and tags –Setbacks –Water (W) and Sanitary Sewer (SS) mains along the streets. Note that the SS lines should pass through the manholes. –House pad with appropriate dimensions and finished floor elevation –Driveway, walks, decks, and patios –Water service line (W) to the house –Sanitary sewer lateral line (SS) to the house –Landscaping

14 Plumbing Site Plan (abridged) Add the following site plan elements to the 3D model: –Use 1” = 30’ scale –Legal description –North arrow –Property lines (by sketching over existing lines) and tags –Setbacks –Water (W) and Sanitary Sewer (SS) mains along the streets. Note that the SS lines should pass through the manholes. –House pad with appropriate dimensions and finished floor elevation –Driveway, walks, decks, and patios –Water service line (W) to the house –Sanitary sewer lateral line (SS) to the house –Landscaping


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