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2009 AIA Florida/Caribbean Design Awards Instructions Slide Upon downloading file from your email please save file as submittal number.ppt. Utilize the submittal number provided by AIA Florida in the upper right corner where indicated for each project submitted. Each project submitted must have a separate PowerPoint file and be designated with the assigned submittal number. Each project submittal file size must not exceed 10 MB. Slide 1 is for instruction purposes only and should not be included in the submittal. Slide 2 is the program requirements and project title/data slide. The project title/data slide must be the first slide of each presentation and shall contain the information requested. Provide a minimum of ten (10) and a maximum of twenty (20) PowerPoint color slides, including the title slide and the project data slide. More than one image may be placed on each slide if desired. Do Not use slide transitions or animations in your submittal. If the name of the project is on the building and you can tell what the logo is, blur it out. The right side of image slides can be used for a brief description of the image. Be concise and use Arial Font only and minimum 10 pt type. DO NOT change the layout of the slides. The final slide in your presentation should be the Project Identification Slide. This slide WILL NOT be seen by the jury. It is for AIA Florida office purposes only and will be removed from your presentation before reaching the jury. Remove this slide before submitting. To upload your entry use the following directions for the FTP Site: When you have completed your entry, click on the link below to send it to AIA Florida. http://dropbox.yousendit.com/ 2009DesignAwards Enter your submittal number in the subject line, and then browse for your file. Once you have attached the entry, click on “SEND IT.” You should receive a confirmation that your file has been sent. If you have questions, call the AIA Florida office at 850- 222-7590 or email email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org
A123.01 Building Area: (sf) Restroom Structure (RS): 3.840 sf Covered Pavilion (CP): 1,728 sf Cost per Square Foot: RS: $ 202.00/sf CP: $170.00/sf Construction Cost RS: $775,900 CP: $293,000 Date of Substantial Completion: February 2008 Location of Project: Charlotte County, Florida Type of Project: County Park Construction materials, mechanical systems or other pertinent information: Heavy timber trusses with galvanized steel gusset plates. Friction driven heavy timber piles. Corrugated aluminum roofing panels. Cypress planking.Composite Decking. Program Requirements: This project redevelops 3,000 linear feet of shoreline destroyed during Hurricane Charley. The initial steps taken in creating this park included the acquisition of privately held parcels to ensure that the area would be preserved for future generations. The project took into consideration links to the community for access by walkers, cyclists, motor vehicles, canoe and kayakers. This park will provide the surrounding neighborhood and future generations of park users with a glimpse into the historic vistas that attracted settlers to Charlotte Harbor. Amenities include several grassed and paved parking areas, picnic and pavilion areas restroom, play ground, boardwalks, sidewalks shell pathways and interpretive gathering places along with installation of water and sewer restoration and storm drainage systems for treatment and attenuation. Public participation was important in preserving a neighborhood feel for the park. This project will provide a venue for the history of the area to be presented in a natural setting. Public workshops helped the team to successfully gather valuable input from local residents, potential users, and interested civic groups such as the Charlotte Harbor Redevelopment Authority, and the local Historical Society. The Architect’s responsibilities include the design for the kiosks, picnic shelters, large covered pavilion, water pavilion and restroom structure. The historical theme of the park has influenced the design of the structures, which draw from early construction techniques used throughout the area. As a result, many of the structures employ heavy timber framing with pile foundations as their structural system.
Project Name: Bayshore Live Oak Park Project Location: Charlotte County, Florida Owner/Client: Charlotte County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources 2300 Ewobean Road Port Charlotte, Fl 33948 Architect(s) of Record, Contractors, Consultants and any other project participants: TOTeMS Architecture Inc. Main Str. Add. The Boulevard of the Arts Sarasota, Florida 34236 Contact Person: Todd M Sweet, AIA. LEED AP Main Str. Add. The Boulevard of the Arts Sarasota, Florida 34236 A123.x Project Identification Slide This slide will not be seen by the jury. Please fill out the information requested to the left. As with other slides please set the correct Entry Number above; OK to leave slide# as “x” Note: on this slide if you run out of space please adjust font size as necessary or move more information to the second column. DO NOT add a slide. Upload your information to the designated FTP site on the instructions slide. Your entries must be received by 11:59 PM on April 16. NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. Photographer(s): George Cott Chroma, Inc. 3612 Swann Ave. Tampa, Florida 33609 By making this submittal, each entrant agrees that the information contained on the Project Identification slide is correct and complete and that the entrant will hold AIA Florida harmless for any and all damage arising out of its use of the information on this sheet and in this submittal. Any errors or omissions are the responsibility of the entrant.