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1 Government Building Maryland Penn State AE Senior Capstone Project Andrew R. Pino | Construction Management Option Advisor | Dr. John Messner

2 Government Building Maryland I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery Methods I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Concrete Formwork I.Potential Replacements & Chosen Formwork System II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule Impact Analysis V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Pre-fabrication I.Research and Feasibility II.Cost and Schedule Comparisons III.Mechanical Breadth and Conclusion VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

3 Government Building Maryland Project Size | 520,000 SF (200,000 SF Parking Garage) Contract Value | $75 million Dates of Construction | Jan 16, 2012 – Dec 2, 2013 Occupancy Type | Office (Type B) Estimated Cost-to-Date | $100 million Number of Stories | 10 CM at Risk | The James G. Davis Construction Corp. Owner/Developer | The JBG Companies Architect | HOK Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option

4 Presentation Outline I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements Project Background Existing Site Plan Construction Site Plan Site Logistics Plan - Structure Government Building Maryland

5 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Concrete Batch Plant Post-Tension Cables Project Background Concrete batch plant Post-tensioned concrete Terra cotta rain screen Pursuing LEED Silver Project Features I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

6 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #1 | Integrated Delivery Methods Problem Statement: Traditional design-bid-build delivery methods have the potential to hinder the design change approval process. Analysis #1 | Integrated Delivery I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

7 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland GSA A/E CM Subs Owner Analysis #1 | Integrated Delivery GMP Contract Lump Sum Contract Communication Prime Contract HOK Architect DAVIS Construction CM at Risk The JBG Companies Owner/Developer VIKA Civil Engineer Tadjer-Cohen-Edelson Structural Engineer ARUP Fire Protection Consultant GHT Limited MEP Engineer MCLA Lighting Designer Polysonics Corp. Acoustics Consultant FB Harding Electrical Miller & Long Concrete Deneau Utilities Miscellaneous Metals Metal Fabrication American Automatic Fire Protection/Sprinkler W.E. Bowers Mechanical Tidewater Glass and Glazing C.J. Coakley Terra Cotta Overview I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

8 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Case Study #1 Project comparison Analysis #1 | Integrated Delivery Case Study #2 Survey of 200+ industry professionals Success Factors Clearly defined scope Good relationships Contractor experience End user’s early input Client participation Case Studies Success Criteria Meeting client’s criteria Budget and schedule met Reduction in disputes Overall quality Teams Processes Risk Reward Communication Documentation Agreements Common Themes Unit cost fluctuations greater with D/B D/B percentage points D/B/B – 102 percentage points Lower D/B labor cost percentage Early contractor involvement is critical Time/schedule Cost Quality Functionality Survey Results I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

9 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #1 | Integrated Delivery Application to Project Targeted Benefits Early contributions to design Reduced design conflicts and RFI’s Improved schedule management Reduced design documentation time I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

10 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #1 | Integrated Delivery Design/Build Team Architect, engineers, consultants and CM The JBG Companies Owner/Developer GSA Client Subcontractors and Suppliers Conclusion Recommended Structure Design/build Integrated Project Delivery Method True IPD offers highest level of integration Individual success tied directly to project success Single multi-party contract not appropriate Design/Build Delivery Method Benefits of integration without single contract Co-location of major entities Reduces layers of design change approval Early contractor involvement Full integration not present I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

11 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #2 | Modular Concrete Formwork Problem Statement: Wood panel post-and-beam formwork is labor intensive and time consuming. Analysis #2 | Modular Formwork I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

12 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #2 | Modular Formwork Lightweight Adaptable Complex components Simple components Plywood table panels DoKart required Lightweight Drop heads Fewer props Peri Sky Deck Simple components Lightweight materials Rapid reuse cycle Mobility Desired Benefits Dokamatic Table Aluma Dek Formwork Systems I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

13 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #2 | Modular Formwork Structural Breadth Largest Column Span Relocated and Added Columns Purpose | Redesign to a Flat Slab System I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

14 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #2 | Modular Formwork Structural Breadth Deflection & Punching Shear ACI for calculations Two-way slab w/o drop panels Max span of 30 ft Parameters ACI Deflection Check h > l n / 33 = (30 ft * 12) / 33 = 10.9 in Minimum slab thickness of 11 in 12 in slab thickness chosen ACI Punching Shear Check Actual shear = V u = q u *A T = (640 SF) * (352 psf) = 225,280 lb Allowable shear = 4*1*√(f’c)*b o1 *d 1 = 4*1*√(5000)*144in*(12in-0.75in) = 458,205 lb V u < 0.75*V c1 225,280 < 0.75 * 458, ,280 lb < 343,654 lb, punching shear is acceptable Column of Highest Concern I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

15 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #2 | Modular Formwork RSMeans labor costs 65% labor reduction Equipment cost +20% Cost savings calculated for single floor Assumptions Cost Analysis Existing System CostsRedesigned System Costs Material (62%) Labor (35%) Equipment (3%) Material (80%) Labor (15%) Equipment (5%) I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

16 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #2 | Modular Formwork 25% increase in productivity 2-3 day reduction per floor day total reduction Critical path time savings Schedule Savings Schedule Analysis and Conclusion Conclusion Concrete redesign enables ideal use of modular formwork Peri Sky Deck offers significant cost and time savings Labor savings outweigh added material costs Schedule reduction applies to the critical path Subsequent Cost Savings Roughly four week schedule reduction $48,058 per-week general conditions costs Significant cost savings I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

17 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Pre-Fabrication Problem Statement: The construction of the terra cotta rain screen is complex, involving four layers to be installed consecutively. Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

18 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Overview of Systems Current Rain Screen Design Complex process Labor intensive Time consuming Risk Factors Metal Terra Cotta Air / Vapor Glazing CM Architect Rain Screen Trades Sheathing with z-girts Insulation Support profile Terra cotta panels Components I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

19 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Overview of Systems Current Installation Process I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

20 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Overview of Systems Width: 10’-0”– 17’-6” Height: 10’-0”– 26’-9” Total number of panels: 208 Panel Sizing Proposed Panel Layout I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

21 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Cost Analysis Precast Concrete: 49,000 SF Terra Cotta: 22,000 SF Glazing: 73,500 SF Total Building: 144,500 SF Façade Breakdown Cost Estimate Data Glazing and terra cotta scopes combined under unitized system Precast concrete excluded as it does not change Square-foot cost data provided by DAVIS and others Schedule Analysis Unitized Terra Cotta Panel Installation Schedule SeptOctNovDecFebJanMar Apr Original Unitized I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

22 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Mechanical Breadth Interior: RH = 40% T = 28C (82 F) = 297 K Exterior: RH = 80% T = -15C (5 F) = 258 K Breadth Assumptions Breadth Results Relative humidity between layers never exceeds 100% Condensation will not occur in this assembly A unitized panel system would: Create a streamlined process Reduce terra cotta installation duration by roughly three weeks Mitigate risk of labor and weather variables Produce a higher quality end product Cost an additional $1,458,996 Conclusion I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

23 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Conclusions and Recommendations Final Recommendations Analysis #1 | Integrated Delivery Methods Design/build better facilitates the design change approval process Co-location of major entities offers ease of communication Early contractor involvement is critical Analysis #2 | Modular Concrete Formwork Concrete redesign enables ideal use of the Peri Sky Deck Schedule reduction of one month Applies to the critical path Total cost savings of $437,974 Analysis #3 | Terra Cotta Rain Screen Pre-Fabrication Three week schedule reduction Additional cost of $1,458,996 More streamlined installation process Factory assembly means improved quality control SeptOctNovDecFebJanMar Apr Original Unitized I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

24 Andrew Pino | AE Senior Thesis | Construction Management Option Presentation Outline Government Building Maryland Acknowledgements Academic Acknowledgements Penn State Architectural Engineering Faculty Dr. John Messner – CM Advisor Ray Sowers – CM Advisor Dr. Linda Hanagan – Structural Advisor Industry Acknowledgements Special Thanks The DAVIS Construction Project Team Tyler Moyer – DAVIS Project Manager David Gibbons III – DAVIS Senior Project Manager Leaha Martynuska – DAVIS Project Manager PACE Industry Members Family and Friends I.Introduction II.Project Background I.Site Overview II.Project Features III.Analysis 1 | Integrated Delivery I.Overview & Case Studies II.Application to Project III.Conclusion IV.Analysis 2 | Modular Formwork I.Formwork Systems II.Structural Breadth III.Cost and Schedule V.Analysis 3 | Terra Cotta I.Overview of Systems II.Cost and Schedule III.Mechanical Breadth VI.Conclusions and Recommendations VII.Acknowledgements

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