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1 New Jersey Center for Science, Technology, and Mathematics Education John P. Mulhern April 15, 2008 Final Thesis Presentation

2 1. General Building Information 2. Lighting Design Theme 3. Lighting Depth – Lower Lobby 4. Electrical Depth 5. Mechanical & Structural Breadth 6. Final Conclusion South Façade PerspectivePresentation Outline

3 South Façade PerspectiveGeneral Information ¤ Owner:Kean University ¤ Architect:Cannon Design, Inc. + MEP ¤ Structural:Schoor Depalma Engineers & Consultants ¤ Civil Eng:K.S. Engineers, P.C. ¤ CM:Provided by University ¤ GC:Terminal Construction Corporation ¤ Location:Union, NJ ¤ Size:6 stories; 117,000 SF ¤ Construction: September 2008 Start ¤ Overall Cost:$45,000,000 General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths

4 South Façade PerspectiveUses 23)%20cropped%20small.JPG b.jpg uploads/ 2007/10/mizzou_macs.jpg otos/cave_princecar.jpg My_22nd_Birthday_at_Garcias.jpg General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths

5 South Façade PerspectiveLighting Design Theme General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths

6 South Façade PerspectiveOverall Design Goals General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Guide visitors through the irregularly shaped building with light Provide recessed lighting wherever possible to keep ceilings clean Incorporate luminaires which complement the modern architecture Provide sufficient light levels for students

7 PlanOverall Design Goals General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Guide visitors through the irregularly shaped building with light Provide recessed lighting wherever possible to keep ceilings clean Incorporate luminaires which complement the modern architecture Provide sufficient light levels for students N

8 Lobby PlanLobby Information General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Double height ceiling 21’6” Café Area at south east corner Color patterned and curved ceramic tile wall and grand stair case are focal points Curtain wall on three sides with surrounding portico Curtainwall Terazzo Tile Floor Grand Staircase Curved Ceramic Tile Wall N

9 Lobby PlanLighting RCP General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths N D (LINEAR FLUORESCENT) C(WALL WASHERS) E(HALOGEN PENDANTS) J(TRACK HEADS) E(WALL WASHERS)

10 Lighting RCPEast Perspective (Lobby Mode) General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths D (LINEAR FLUORESCENT) C(WALL WASHERS) E(HALOGEN PENDANTS) J(TRACK HEADS) E(WALL WASHERS)

11 Lighting RCPWest Perspective General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths D (LINEAR FLUORESCENT) C(WALL WASHERS) E(HALOGEN PENDANTS) J(TRACK HEADS) H (WALL WASHERS) Gala Mode

12 Auditorium PlanAuditorium Information General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Staggered ceiling with coves at junctures 311 seats in auditorium Staggered walls with vertical coves N

13 Auditorium PlanAuditorium Information General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Staggered ceiling with coves at junctures 311 seats in auditorium Staggered walls with vertical coves GWB Metal Fascia Acoustic Panel Perforated GWB Ceramic Tile N

14 Auditorium PlanAuditorium RCP General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths N P (RECESSED CFL DOWNLIGHT L (RECESSED LINEAR FLUORESCENT) J&K (TRACK FIXTURES) M (COVE FIXTURE) O(WALL WASHER) N (VERTICAL COVE FIXTURE)

15 Auditorium RCPSouth Perspective General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths P (RECESSED CFL DOWNLIGHT L (RECESSED LINEAR FLUORESCENT) J&K (TRACK FIXTURES) M (COVE FIXTURE) N (VERTICAL COVE FIXTURE) O(WALL WASHER)

16 Auditorium RCPSouth Perspective General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Linear Fluorescent Lighting Staggered Ceiling Cove Lighting

17 EstimateAluminum Feeder Estimate General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths 74 branch and distribution panels throughout building 117 major feeders with step down transformers Assumed EMT conduit and runs in the ceiling on upper floors Aluminum FeedersNOT RECOMMENDED Cost Savings:$120,000.00

18 Experiment RoomIntroduction General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Empirical Study of the mental effects of ceiling height at Univ. of Minnesota Conducted tests on human information processing and cognitive skills Result: Higher ceiling height increases cognitive skill strength Higher Ceiling Height Lower Ceiling Height

19 Auditorium Roof PlanRedesign General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Raise Ceiling height of auditorium by 4 feet Causes higher thermal load with more exterior wall area More load from brick on CMU wall resting on strip foundation Added SF1804 SF 1.72 % of Total Exterior SF Approximately 1.72% added to energy bill every year

20 Auditorium Roof PlanMethods General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Binmaker program was used to organize TMY2 data Solar air temperature calculation for loads Fans in AHU-2 did not have to be resized

21 Acknowledgements General Info Lighting Electrical Breadths Dr. Houser Dr. Mistrick Professor Dannerth Professor Davidson & Scott McCall Dr. Srebric Professor Holland Professor Parfitt


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