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1 Undergraduate Teaching Environments for Science FEFPA 2009

2 Undergraduate Teaching Environments for Science Sean Towne, AIA, LEED AP Research Facilities Design

3 Research Facilities Design:  Laboratory Building Design Consultants  Thirty-Three Architects, Engineers, Designers  Focused 100% on Planning and Design of Laboratories  Collaborated with >125 Architectural Firms  Over 1,000 Projects in 46 States throughout the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Kuwait, Malaysia and Egypt 275 College and University Clients 38 Million GSF of Building Space $8 Billion Construction Value WHAT IS OUR PERSPECTIVE?

4  Collaborative Learning Environments  Science on Display  Integration of Lab & Lecture  New AV & IT Learning Technologies  Movable Furniture Systems  Systems Infrastructure Integration  Sustainability in Science Buildings  Benchmarking PRESENTATION OUTLINE

5 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Active Learning in the Laboratory University of San Diego

6 California State University, Stanislaus University of Missouri, Columbia ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Active Learning in the Laboratory

7 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Active Learning Between Laboratories Albion College University of Notre Dame

8 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Activating Public Spaces for Learning University of Notre Dame

9 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Faculty / Student Collaboration University of Notre Dame Albion College Spelman College

10 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Faculty / Student Collaboration Hope College Birmingham Southern CollegeSt. Lawrence University Seattle Pacific University Teaching Labs Lab Support Research – Faculty / Student Office / Write-up

11 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Group Activities – Even in Tiered Lecture Agnes Scott College Grinnell College

12 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Informal Collaborative Environments John Carroll University California State University, Stanislaus John Carroll University

13 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Informal Collaborative Environments Albion College

14 ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Peer Learning & Outreach University of Notre Dame Hope CollegeGrinnell College California State University, Stanislaus

15 SCIENCE ON DISPLAY Activate Corridors Communicate Function Engage Building Occupants and Visitors

16 Agnes Scott College St. Lawrence University SCIENCE ON DISPLAY

17 University of Notre Dame SCIENCE ON DISPLAY

18 Agnes Scott CollegeUniversity of San Diego SCIENCE ON DISPLAY

19 Occidental College SCIENCE ON DISPLAY

20 University of Virginia - Wise University of Puget Sound

21 SCIENCE ON DISPLAY University of San Diego

22 University of Missouri Albion College SCIENCE ON DISPLAY Samford University

23 Life Science University of San Diego INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE

24 Earth Science University of Puget Sound Western State College

25 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Anatomy & Physiology California State University, Stanislaus

26 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Physics Edgewood College John Carroll University

27 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Physics Samford University

28 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Physics Palomar College

29 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Chemistry University of Dubuque John Carroll University

30 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Chemistry University of San Diego

31 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Chemistry St. Lawrence University

32 INTEGRATION OF LAB & LECTURE Chemistry University of Notre Dame

33 Digital Projection Computers and Wet Benches Multi-Media, Audio-Visual Technology Instruments Accessible to Students & Faculty NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES

34 Student Stations John Carroll University Albion College John Carroll University

35 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Student Stations North Carolina State University

36 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Student Stations Old Monitors Current Flat Screens New Large Format LCD University of San Diego John Carroll University

37 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Student Stations Westminster College

38 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Direct Data Acquisition Chemistry Physics Biolog y

39 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Direct Data Acquisition Biolog y Exercise Physiology

40 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Direct Data Acquisition PhysicsSamford University

41 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Visual Display To Digital Projection & Smart Boards From Hanging Monitors

42 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Visual Display University of Notre Dame

43 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Visual Display University of Notre Dame

44 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Fixed Position Demo / AV Bench

45 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Table / Rack / Wall Box

46 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Podium / Pedestal

47 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Shared Instrument Technology

48 NEW AV & IT LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES Public Connections

49 Teaching Environments Support & Instrumentation Faculty / Student Research Environments MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS

50 Teaching Environments MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS St. Lawrence University

51 Teaching Environments MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS John Carroll University

52 Teaching Environments MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS University of San Diego

53 Teaching Environments MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS El Camino College

54 Instrument Support & Flexibility MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS Agnes Scott College

55 Faculty / Student Research Environments MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS

56 Faculty / Student Research Environments MOVABLE FURNITURE SYSTEMS

57 Responsible use of Materials – Stewardship Long Term Energy & Cost Savings Opportunities Education Project Recognition & Standards SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN

58 LEED II Green Building Rating System Use of Sustainable Materials & Finishes: Wood from ‘Certified Sustainable Forest’ Rapidly Renewable Materials Recycled Materials Finishes: ‘Near-Zero’ VOC Emissions NAF: No Added Urea Formaldehyde SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Project Recognition & Standards

59 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Long Term Energy & Cost Savings Laboratory ventilation – air change rates Fume hood exhaust systems – Low volume Heat recovery systems Electrical loads – diversity Chilled Beams

60 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Fume Hood & Exhaust Air Management

61 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Fume Hood & Exhaust Air Management 3 Teaching Labs (6) 8’ CFHs Each 100% Room Exhaust 8 AC/Hr Min Annual HVAC Energy & Maintenance Cost:+/- $72k General Chemistry Birmingham Southern College General Chemistry – Original Oregon State University General Chemistry – Green Oregon State University 3 Teaching Labs (2) 8’ CFHs Each 100% Room Exhaust 8 AC/Hr Min Annual HVAC Energy & Maintenance Cost:+/- $24k 3 Teaching Labs No CFHs Recirculated Room Air Code Min Make-up Air Annual HVAC Energy & Maintenance Cost:+/- $5k

62 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Fume Hood & Exhaust Air Management Alternative Exhaust Devices

63 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Educational Opportunities Wind & Rain

64 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Educational Opportunities Daylighting

65 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Educational Opportunities Daylighting

66 SUSTAINABILITY IN SCIENCE BUILDING DESIGN Educational Opportunities Vermeer Science Center, Central College Photovoltaics Credit: Holabird & Root

67 Project Data Benchmarkin g Critical Ratios Applied to Projects SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

68 Net / Gross Area Ratio Net Building Area / Gross Building Area Average:.56 High:.65 Low:.49 Public Private Average University of San Diego SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

69 Lab Support Area Ratio Lab Support Area / All Lab Area + Lab Support Area Average:.31 (.45 : 1) High:.45 (.83 : 1) Low:.18 (.21 : 1) Average Public Private University of Notre Dame Jordan Hall SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

70 Average Lab Density All Lab Net Area / Building Gross Area Average:.39 High:.50 Low:.31 Public Private UC Davis - SLB SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

71 Average Research / Student Project Area Ratio Research Area / Teaching Lab+ Research Lab + Support Lab Area Average:.20 High:.31 Low:.04 Public Private Hope College SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

72 Cost/GSF Construction Cost / GSF Adjusted to South Florida, 2009 Average:$448 High:$587 Low:$329 SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS Average Public Private Change Graph & numbers - average +/- $395

73 Building Planning Tools Laboratory Planning Module 10’-0”11% 10-4”19% 10’-6”67% 10’-8” 4% 11’-0” 0% Module Width Module Area 378 NSF Average 314 NSF 294 NSF Module Depth Average 30.2 FT 28.0 FT 36.0 FT SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

74 Science Building Benchmarking Number of Occupied Floors 2 Stories 7 % 3 Stories 30 % 4 Stories 52 % 5 Stories11 % 14’ -0”17 % 14’ – 6”18 % 15’ – 0”29 % 15’ – 6”25 % 16’ – 0”11 % Floor to Floor Height Concrete44 % Steel56 % Other 0 % Structural Frame Corridor Width 10’-0” Average 7’-11” 6’-0” PublicPrivate SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

75 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - General Chemistry Lab Services Purified Water88 % Natural Gas88 % Lab Vacuum76 % Lab Air18 % Lab Size1,2401,300 NSF3,520 Student Seats NSF / Student4453.3NSF/Stu79 Sink Quantity356 Fume Hoods Qty1614 FH Length / Student1.6 Ft/Stu LowMedian High SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

76 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - Organic Chemistry Lab Size1,2301,350 NSF1,890 Student Seats NSF / Student5373.3NSF/Stu84 Sink Quantity3515 Fume Hoods Qty81114 FH Length / Student3.3 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water100 % Natural Gas47 % Lab Vacuum82 % Lab Air18 % Nitrogen Gas65 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

77 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - Advanced Chemistry Lab Size5601,200 NSF1,575 Student Seats81424 NSF / Student NSF/Stu 110 Sink Quantity246 Fume Hoods Qty14.57 FH Length / Student2.3 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water88 % Natural Gas88 % Lab Vacuum76 % Lab Air18 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

78 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - General Biology Lab Size9601,260 NSF1,650 Student Seats NSF / Student NSF/Stu 68.8 Sink Quantity234 Fume Hoods Qty012 FH Length / Student.3 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water82 % Natural Gas76 % Lab Vacuum65 % Lab Air47 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

79 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - Microbiology Lab Size9451,240 NSF1,730 Student Seats NSF / Student NSF/Stu 70 Sink Quantity2412 Fume Hoods Qty014 FH Length / Student.3 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water100 % Natural Gas93 % Lab Vacuum76 % Lab Air36 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

80 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - Anatomy / Physiology Lab Size9451,220 NSF1,600 Student Seats NSF / Student NSF/Stu 62 Sink Quantity236 Fume Hoods Qty012 FH Length / Student.3 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water64 % Natural Gas64 % Lab Vacuum55 % Lab Air27 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

81 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - General Physics Lab Size9001,240 NSF2,640 Student Seats NSF / Student NSF/Stu 68.9 Sink Quantity013 Fume Hoods Qty003 FH Length / Student0 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water29 % Natural Gas43 % Lab Vacuum14 % Lab Air43 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

82 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - Advanced Physics Lab Size NSF1,260 Student Seats81624 NSF / Student NSF/Stu 98.8 Sink Quantity112 Fume Hoods Qty012 FH Length / Student0 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water43 % Natural Gas29 % Lab Vacuum29 % Lab Air57 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

83 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - Electronics Lab Size NSF950 Student Seats81624 NSF / Student NSF/Stu 75 Sink Quantity011 Fume Hoods Qty000 FH Length / Student0 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water43 % Natural Gas29 % Lab Vacuum29 % Lab Air57 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

84 Teaching Lab Benchmarking - Geology Lab Size1,2001,240 NSF1,270 Student Seats NSF / Student NSF/Stu 52.9 Sink Quantity011 Fume Hoods Qty000 FH Length / Student0 Ft/Stu LowMedian High Lab Services Purified Water43 % Natural Gas 0 % Lab Vacuum14 % Lab Air14 % SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS

85 Research Facilities Design

86 Unused Slides

87 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems at Point of Use – Power & Services

88 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems at Point of Use - Special

89 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems at Point of Use - Exhaust

90 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems Component integration

91 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems Distribution

92 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems Distribution

93 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems Distribution

94 SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION Systems - Source Purified Water System Seawater System Compressed Air Vacuum SystemCylinder Source

95 Lab Support Area Ratio - Alternate Lab Support Area : Lab Area Average:.45 : 1 High:.83 : 1 Low:.21 : 1 University of Notre Dame Jordan Hall Average Public Private SCIENCE BUILDING BENCHMARKING & RATIOS


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