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Project 1.2.2 Design Charrette Scenario D. Christopher Claypool Clay “Lassy” Fellows Mitchell J Oshaben Lauden Sullivan Hali Perkins Brook Adams Stakeholders.

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1 Project Design Charrette Scenario D

2 Christopher Claypool Clay “Lassy” Fellows Mitchell J Oshaben Lauden Sullivan Hali Perkins Brook Adams Stakeholders - Landscape Architect - Architectural Designer - Cost Estimator - Construction Inspector - Interior Designer - Environmental Engineer

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4 Job Descriptions Architect – Must prolong the life of a historical building through carfeul planning and intervention. Must critically decide when and how to engage in the intervention for ultimate conservation Interior Designer - Must assist the architect in conserving the historical building from an inside approach to restore the house

5 Job Descriptions Cost Estimator - Collects and analyzes the time, money, resources, and labor required for the restoration project Contruction Inspector – Ensures that repairs, changes, or new construction complies with local and national building codes, ordinances, zoning regulations, and contract specifications

6 Job Descriptions Landscape Architect – The scientist and artist behind the designing and planning of the land. Works with natural elements to maximize land use while minimizing costs and the disruption of nature. Environmental Engineer – Ensures that environmental laws are being considered and carried out and corrects any ecologically hazardous situations

7 Our Mission To restore a 18 th century farm house that was owned by the president Zachery Taylor. To restore a 18 th century farm house that was owned by the president Zachery Taylor. Make it as historically accurate as possible Make it as historically accurate as possible  Make the interior close to how it looked back when the president lived there.  Also make the landscaping look like it did back when he lived there. We have also decided to turn it into a museum for the president We have also decided to turn it into a museum for the president

8 History Year built: ½ story Style: Georgian Colonial Materials: standard brick with wood siding Built on the highest point of the 700 acre plantation. Today: the plantation has been split up for residential homes, but 10 acres of wooded area is left

9 M aj or C hang es Removal of Victorian style porches Removal of Victorian style porches Alteringthedirectionof the stairs to theoriginalarrangement Alteringthedirectionof the stairs to theoriginalarrangement Removing the 2 addedbathrooms Removing the 2 addedbathrooms

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13 B uil di ng In sp ect or The house has had many renovations over the years. The house has had many renovations over the years. In 1974 the roof was replaced after a tornado damaged the house. In 1974 the roof was replaced after a tornado damaged the house. All of the floors had to be replaced. All of the floors had to be replaced. The siding was starting to rot, need to be replaced. The siding was starting to rot, need to be replaced. Overall the house survived mostly intact over time. Overall the house survived mostly intact over time. All four chimneys need to be refurbished. All four chimneys need to be refurbished.

14 In ter iorDesig n Research historic paintings and pictures to make the house as it was in its prime by: Research historic paintings and pictures to make the house as it was in its prime by: Restoring the correct paint colors and/or wallpaper Purchasing era- respective furniture Creating historically accurate room arrangements

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16 Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Land scape Archi tect & Envir onme ntal Engi neer Added parking area Added pavilion and playground Added paths throughout 10 acres for pleasure or access to cemetery Restored cemetery Created flower garden along paths

17 Co st Es ti mat or The House: The House:  The floor: $4,000  Removal of porches and repairing the siding: $3,000  Changing the direction of the stairs: $8,000  Removal of pluming: $10,000  Repair chimney: $3,000  Furniture: $5,000- $10,000  Painting/wallpaper:$500

18 Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Click to edit Master text styles Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Cost Estimator The Grounds: The Grounds:  Parking lot: $2,170  Walk ways: $15,000  Benches: $10,500  Trash receptacles: $1,500  Pavilion on concrete slab: $10,000  Gift shop: $10,000  Bathroom: $1,000 Labor: 20,000 Labor: 20,000

19 Co st Es ti mat or House Total Cost: $38,050 House Total Cost: $38,050 Grounds Total Cost: $32,120 Grounds Total Cost: $32,120 Stakeholders’ Pay Total: $250,000 Stakeholders’ Pay Total: $250,000 Grand Total: $608, Grand Total: $608,670.86

20 Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Res our ces Use d inspectors.htm inspectors.htm


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