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1.2.2. Design Charette Kurt Smith Lucas Ingalls Steven Lodge Trevor Brotzman Mark Brooks Austin Nar Garrett Hanzak.

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1 Design Charette Kurt Smith Lucas Ingalls Steven Lodge Trevor Brotzman Mark Brooks Austin Nar Garrett Hanzak

2 Stakeholder Lucas Ingalls  Environmental Engineer To preserver the natural environment, and to provide healthy water, air, and land for human habitation and other organisms. Air pollution management, Air ventilation, Water supply. Kurt Smith  Cost Estimator Predict the expense of the future projects and work in the construction or manufacturing fields. They are usually experts in the business field. He needs to know the individual cost of each item.

3 Stakeholder Trevor Brotzman  Energy Consultant Monitor Utility Costs, Optimize Energy Systems, Solutions to energy problems. Mark Brooks  Building Instructor/Code environment officer Look for code violations, and respond to code violation reports Zoning Regulation, Sign Infractions, Tree Hedges and weeds

4 Stakeholder Austin Nar  Civil Engineer/Site Planner To oversee and plan large projects and help determine the cost and efficiency of projects. Building to code, Cost, Structural Integrity Garrett Hanzak  Structural Engineer Consultant to architect or design-build contractors, knowing codes for buildings,knowing specifics for weight loads. What materials to use. No rusting materials.

5 Stakeholder Steven Lodge  Landscape Architect Design outdoor public areas, landmarks, and structures to achieve environmental, social- behavioral, or aesthetic outcomes. Placement of park benches, walkways, statues.

6 Stakeholder Webb

7 Whats Our Problem? The city is considering purchasing a vacant warehouse in a down section of town The city wants to convert the warehouse into a community service. The goal is to encourage development of the local area.

8 Sketches Rough Draft Floor Layout

9 Sketches Final Draft Floor Layout

10 Sketches Top View ( Roof)

11 Sketches Front View

12 Cost $$$ Concrete; $10, Pond: $41,000 Solar Panels: $180,00 Grass: $90,000 Nutall Oak: $20,700 Weeping Willow: $2,760 Autum Blaze Maple: $20,700 October Glory Maple: $11,040 Green Giant Arborvitae: $19,450 “Day Lights”: $3,569.25

13 Cost $$$ Processing Fee: $2,659 Water Pump; $20,000 Revolving Door: $20,000 Picnic Tables: $6,000 Benches; $9,660 Trash Cans: $4, Sprinkles: $1,820 Rubber Hose: $50,000 Koi Fish: $1,100

14 Cost $$$ Estimated Supply Cost with man hours, fuel, machinery $2.5 Million

15 Benefits! Provides a family safe environment Entertainment in all seasons Increase local property values Provides a community social center Brings a natural environment into an industrial area And also brings people in the community together

16 Problems Questions Barriers How will money be made to keep up building?  Possible raise in taxes.  Events inside that are split between Entertainer and Building. Who will work? City Employees or Volunteer  People with community service can work here.  The city can hire people to work hours.  Volunteer workers can help


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