C.U.T.R. : Center for Urban Transportation Research : design development : project number BR-502

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C.U.T.R. Center for Urban Transportation Research DESIGN DEVELOPMENT Project Numba BR-502 University of Soulh Florida State of Florida Board of Regents Alfonso Architects, Inc. 1705 North 16th Street Tampa, Florida 33605 May 7, 1995


IN1RODUCI10N Alfonso Architects, Inc, is pleased to submit for your review this Design Development Phase submittal for the construction of a new facility for the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida. The design presented is the result of a cooperative effort by the design team, the building committee, CUIR staff and the University of South Florida Facilities Planning office. During this phase, several changes were made to the design as a result of a more detailed study of program and budget. The major contributor to the change in the design was cost. Using th e services of an eJeperienced cost consultant to obtain a detailed evaluation of the project, we gained a greater knowledge of the anticipated cost to build the fucility. Therefore, in order to fulfill the program requirements while still maintaining the prograni. .budget, we have altered the building fonn and use of materials. The resulting solution represents a synthesis of the spirit of CUIR, the requirements of program and the constraints of budget expressed as an architectural ideal. Included with this submission are the minutes of the group meetings held during this phase as well as those held with the State Fire Marshall and USF's handicapped facility coordinator. A)so included are descriptions of the major components of the building. finish. schedule, project schedule, cost estimate, bid scope recommendations, project checklist and Cost Containment Guidelines. This submittal is another positive step toward the successful completion of a building that embodies functionality, user fiiendliness and design excellence. We believe that the work produced during the Design Development Phase will be a strong foundation on which to base a comprehensive set of the Construction Documents. Alfonso Architects, Inc. is looking forward to proceeding with the next phase of this project. We would appreciate any comments you might have regarding this submittal.



BUHDING PROGRAM COMMli'IEE Mr, Gary Brosch, Chairperson Director, Center for Urban Transportation Research Dr. Mel Anderson Associate Dean, College of Engineering Dr. Wayne Echelberger, Jr. Chairperson, Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanics Mr. Horrace Gordon Director of Engineering Facilities Ex-Officio Members: Dr. Bernard A Mackey Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs Dr. Alex Ratensky Associate Dean and Director, Architecture Program Ms. Emma Macari Director, Fac ilities Planning Ms. Mildred Cummings Associate Director, Resource Analysis and Planning Mr. Stece Sobieralski Architect, Facilities Planning


Alfonso Architects MEETING MINUIES: PROJECr: MEETING DAlE: AAI PROJOCl' NO: A'I'IE'IDEES: Bill l\'e yland Joe Pembo Charles Kitzmiller MEETING SUMMARY: Center For Urban Transportation BR-502 University of South Florida J8)luary 25, 1994 94064.10 USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning Alfonso Architects, Inc. 1705 N. 16th Street Tampa, Florida 33605 Ph 813 247 3535 Fax 815 247 5595 The primary pw-pose of this meeting is to discuss comments made by F acilities Planning Staff pertaining to the acconunodation of handicapped individuals. The proposed parking for handicapped users appears to be too far from the building. Sidewalks adjacent to the handicapped space should be leve l with the paving. In the next submittal, AAI should show spot elevations on sidewalks serving the building. Sbow the finish floor elevations at the new building and at the existing Engineering II building. Show the access to the building from tl!e designated acoessible path from the master campos acoess plan. USF will supply and install all toilet acoessories. AAI to include a schedule in the contract documents. Cut sheets will be provided to AAI. AAI to check the direction of the swing on the toilet stall doors shown at the acoessible women's restroom. Provide designated \Weelchair spaces at the seminaJ: room. Provide ADA emergency push buUon in elevator cab, not telephone type devioe. It is the responsibility of aU meeting attendees to bring all omissions, corrections, and/or errors in these minutes to the attention of the undersigned and the Owner within 14 calendar days. AlFONSO AROIDECIS, INC Charles T. Kitzmiller, RA Project Architect oc: AJiattendees File 94064.10.007 revised 2/8195


Alfonso Architects MEEI1NG MINUlliS: PROJECI': MEEI1NG DAlE: AAI PROlECI' NO. ATIENDEES: Gary Brosch Rey Bulnes Albert Alfonso Charles Kitzmiller MEEI1NG SUMMARY: Center For Urban Transportation BR-502 University of South Florida February 7, 1995 94064.10 CUIR USF Facilities Planning Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. 170$ N 16th Street T ampa, Florida 33605 P h 813 !!47 3335 F ax 815 !!47 5395 The primary purpose of this meeting is to discuss comments made by Mr. Kenneth Mitchell, SUS Architect, pertaining to the Advanced Schematic Design Submittal. Rey The "safeguard" in the budget must be inlplemented RB, AA & CK met last week to discuss a solution before presenting the problem to Gary. The current cost estimate form v.as reviev.ed. Gary disagrees with the number of contingencies being assigned to this project: Project contingency, bid contingency and cost escalation contingency. A discussion of the budget items ensued. Discussion of possible additive alteroates: AA Covered pedestrian bridge leading to Engineering II Atrium element Curved roof clad in copper Covered walkway in front o f building GB First choice with the building committee's approval, v.e could commit a part of the ftuniture budget to cover a bid overage. Second choice fight the 7 to I 00/o contingency requirement using a detailed cost estimate. AAl '>dll prepare a response to Ken Mitchell' s letter based on using Add Alternates. AAl will look at a flat sided scheme to address the comments made by Jack Wilson. AAC001672


Meeting Minutes February 7, 1995 Page Two Alfonso Architects The cost of moving the tv.'O existing trailers "liS quoted at $5,000 to be paid for from outside the building budget. Gary and Rey will schedule a meeting with the building committee to discuss the blxlget problem and the possibility of using some of the furniture budget to build the alternate itemS. It i s the responsibility of all meeting attendees to bring all omissions, corrections, and! or errors in these minutes to the attention of the undersigned and the Owner within 14 calendar days ALFONSO ARCHITECTS, INC Qwles T. Kitzmiller RA Project Architect cc: All attendees File 94064.10.009


MEEDNG MINUIES: PROJECT: MFEDNG DA 1E: AAI PROJECT NQ ATiliNDEES: Gary Brosch Mel Anderson Horace Gordon Wayne Echelberger Rey BuJnes JoePembo Albert Alfonso Charles Kitzmiller MEEilNG SUMMARY: Alfonso Architects Center For UrlJan Transportation BR-502 University of South Florida February 14, 1995 94064.10 CUIR USF Engineering USF Engineering USF Engineering USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. 1705 N. 16th Street Tampa, Florida 33605 Ph 815 247 5555 Fax 813 24 7 5595 The primary purpose of this meeting is to review the progress of the building design, raise budgetary concerns and to discuss comments made by Mr. Kenneth l'vfitchell, SUS Architect, pertaining to the Advanced Schematic Design Submittal. AA Reviewed Ken 1\tlitchell' s requirement that the project bid be "safeguarded" by 7 to 100/o. Since bids for other SUS projec ts have been coming in over by 7 to 1 00/o, we are being asked to design the facility with a budget reduced by this amount. AAl proposes to do this by using the following Additive Alternates: Covered pedestrian bridge leading to Engineering II Atrium element Curved roof clad in copper Covered walkway in front of building A discussion about the possibility of hiring an independent cost consultant ensued For a fee of 3 to 5 thousand dollaxs, an outside consultant vvould a detailed coo."! analysis. This could be used to justify the project budget to SUS. The current building siting was discussed. The building has been shifted toward the south with the face south face of CUIR aligning with the south face of Engineering II. This allows for adequate acoess for construction on the north side of the building and assures that trailers El\.1-B and EM-E will not need to be relocated. AAC00!672


Alfonso Architects Meeting Minutes February 14, 1995 Page Two GB This meeting was caJled so that the building committee will be aware of the problems with the BOR requiring additional set-asides for cost ovemms. Gary disagrees with the number of contingencies being assigned to this project: Project contingency bid contingency and cost escalation contingency . M With the bids received lately for BOR projects, we would be more comfortable with input from a cost consultant. We want to respond to Ken Mitchell ASAP to keep the project on schedule. A discussion of the project budget ensued: The total project budget is three million dollars. Included in this amount is a furniture a professional fees a budget for testing am surveying CXlSIS, a project contingency, am a 24 million dollar construction budget. The furniture am furnishings budget is $148,000. 1lw Project contingency is approximately $108,000. This is to cover unforeseen costs undertaken during the dumtion of tlle project, including change orders. The conslnlction budget is $2,400,000. Per SUS standards, a cost escalation fuctor is included as a part of this budget. For this project, the cost escalation factor included in the Budget analysis form is $120,000. This amount is equal to 5% of the construction budget and is included to cover the amount a bidder includes in his estimate for cost escalation througbout the life of the contract. The additional Bidding Contingency requested by Ken Mitchell is 7 to I 00/o of the construction budget much is a minimwn of $159,000. In order for this amount to be taken out of the construction budget, the design nrust be altered. AAI has proposed to do this by designating pat1S of the design as Additive Alternates. GB CUJR is prepared to give up a portion of the furniture budget to get the building elements. They have furniture for everyone at this time and can reuse it in the new building. MA Is uncomfortable with using the covered podest:rian bridge as an alternate item It's hard to add back this kind of item. Perhaps landscaping could be bid as an alternate. HG ls concerned with handicapped acoess to f.tlgineering ll and the existing CUIR trailers during construction. If the pedestrian bridge is not built, bow is handicapped access accomplished?


l'v1eeting Minutes February 14, 1995 Page 'Three Alfonso Arch i t ec t s AA We look at how this is going t o be accomplished in the design development phase. GB With the building cotmnittee's approval, vve could conunit a part of the finniture budget to cover a bid overage. He would like to try to fonnalize in writing the cotmnitment of $50,000 of the finniture budget to cover the cost of the pedestrian bridge. Second priority -Atrium space Third priority -Curved roof clad in copper AAI wiU solicit bids frOm an independent cost consultant and request funding from Facilities Planning. RB A clerk of the works be hired to ob6erve the construction. A roof inspector will be hired to observe the roofing installation. HG Too many flat roof s in the design. Likes the curved roof form and v,ould like to see it bigger to eliminate the small flat roofs. MA Favors the cwved roof and making it from copper Has a concern about \\bether or not we can afford it. AAI investigllte making the sloping roof form extend to the outside of the main body of the facility to eliminate the small flat roofs. It is the responsibility of all meeting attendees to bring all omissions, corrections, an

Alfonso Architects MEEDNG MINUIES: PROJECT: MEEDNG DATE: AAI PROJECT NO: ATIENDEFS: Walt Span Rey Bulnes Joe Pembo Stoney Burck Charles Kitzmiller MEEil i"G SUMMARY: Center For Urban Transportation BR-502 University of South Florida February 28, 1995 94064.10 State Fire J.\.1arshall's Office USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Plarming Alfonso Architects, Inc. 1705 N. 16th Street Tampa, Florida 55605 Ph 815 247 3535 Fax 815 247 5595 The primary plllpOSe of this meeting is to perform a preliminary review of the building design to check for compliance the applicable life safety codes. CIK We have two versions of the building, Both share the same main body and seminar room wing elements. They differ in the connector the gallery I lobby space. The building be fully sprinkled The dead end conidors are 20 ft. long. WS Be sure to use the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, 1991 edition. SB This building is a new business occupancy, use Chapter 26. WS The dead end conidors can be 50 ft. long if the building is sprinkled. SB The spiral stair can't be used by more than 5 people. CIK The spiral stair is not a part of the required exit. The adjacent straight run stair is the primary exit. WS The spiral stair is a convenience stair. It must meet the criteria given in Section 5- ofthe NFPA 101. The gallery I lobby can be classified as either an atriwn of a vertical opening. If it is an atriwn it must comply with Section 6-2.4.6. If it is a vertical opening it must comply v.ith Section 6-2.4.5. You must compartmentalize it with smoke baniers, though. WS and SB Refer to Fla State Statutes 553 and 633 CIK The building be type IV unprotected construction (Standard Building Code). W'S That will be equivalent to type IT construction 000. No rated floor I ceiling assemblies are required Mechanical rooms need not have 1-br. protected walls. Miomi AAC00167l


l'vfeetingMinutes February 28, 1995 Page Two Alfonso Architects AA Don't note the walls around the mechanical rooms as being rated, even if the construction could qualify. This v.ill cause a problem witb tbe inspectors. WS All storage rooms must bave smoke rated enclosures. 1-hr. rated corridors are not required. No doors required in front of tbe elevators. No smoke detection system is required, except for in ductwork. A ftre alarm system is required. No fll'elllllris recall required at the elevator. SB Refer to tbe Uniform Elevator Code. Sprinkle the elevator shaft. Send specs for the fire alarm system to Billl\'eyland for his review. Check tbe location of the closest fir hydrant. Install the fore alarm panel in the reception area, or on the wall of tbe lobby. SB and WS The exit aisles and exit locations shov.n in the seminar room with fiXed seating are botb aooeptable. The doors at the conference rooms should swing out into tbe corridor. They should be located more remotely from each otber. At least one door in tbe Board Room should swing out into the corridor. WS Furnish emergency lights in the seminar rooms, conference rooms, board room, and resource center, as well as the otber required locations. WS The submittal totbe State Fire Marshall's Office can be made to my attention, if you like. It is the responsibility of all meeting attwdees to bring all omissions, corrections, and/or errors in these minutes to tbe attention of the undersigned and the within 14 calendar days. ALFONSO ARCHfi'JOClS, INC Charles T. Kitzmiller, RA. Project Architect ec: All attendees File 94064.10.0ll


MEEilNG MINlJIES: PROJECT: l.\llEEilNG DA 1E: AAI PROJECT NO: ATnNDEES: Gazy Brosch Patricia Henderson Phil Wmters Mel Anderson Drew Barrett Joe Pembo Bob Brashear Olarles Kitzmiller MEEilNG SUIVIMARY: Alfonso Architects Center For Urban Thlnsportation BR-502 University of South Florida M'arch 3, 1995 94064.10 CUIR CUIR CUIR USF Engineering USF Engineering USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning Alfonso Architects, Inc. 1705 N. 16th Street Tampa, Florida 55605 Ph 813 247 3535 Fax 815 247 3595 The primary purpose of this meeting is to review the design of the teleconfrencing seminar rooms and support fucilities. DB If both rooms are to be for teleconfrencing, then tv.o control rooms be needed; each a door into the seminar rooms. There should also be a door into the control rooms for access from outside the seminar rooms. The terraced seminar room should have space at the back of the room for the camera The camera should be able to shoot above the heads of the last row of seated Provide a means of audio pick up of questions asked from audience, perhaps parabolic mikes located above that are controlled by the control teclmicians. Lighting should be color-balanced fluorescent. The marker board or chalk board, if used, should be canted to avoid light reflections. Make space and cabling provisions at the front of the room for monitors that the audience can view. They prefer not to use projection 1Vs for this because of lighting. Make provisions for cabling from camerss to control room, from control room to presenters desk or podiwn, and from audience desks to control room (for ioteractive). Tray type system is preferred. Single conduit in existing facility is inadequate. T::mp:t AAC:001612


Meeting l'vfinutes March 3, 1995 Page 1\vo Alfonso Architects Consider raised floor system to enable flexibility of cabling, etc. Provide a stable camera molDlting over the presentation desk. Provide a space at the' fr.ont toward one side for a camera to face toward the audience. . . Try to keep the terraced room shape shallow ftont-to-back. Three rows deep is a comfortable distance. Consider making the presentation desk removable so that podium can be utilized. Transformers and ballast should be remotely located to avoid s o\Dld intelference. Mount at the rear of the room AAI and AGI should look at the way the ceiling and lighting were designed at the facility a t CIS I 046. Presentation desk to be eqtripped with camera monitors and a line morritor. GB These facilities be used for conferences, seminars and classes. The construction budget does not include the video and audio equipment, but does cover the room design and installation of built-in services for the future installation of the eq_uipment DB Provide conduit for connections from CUIR to the existing data switching and video switching areas in Engineering IT. The contmls rooms used in Engineering IT are too narrow. Provide space for equipment and tape storage. Support staff will not be CUIR staff. They will be contracted to CU1R from DB. When the facility is fully operational, 3 camera operators, 1 solDld operator and 2 production persons will be in the facility. Provide a "home-base" space for crew belongings. Provide office space for 2 Production personnel. GB If a fiXed desk layout is used, shouldn't a modesty panel be provided? PH Most CUfR conferences are classroom Style. DB Try to iso late outside noise from the s eminar rooms.


Meeting Minutes March 3, 1995 Page Three Alfonso Architects MA The bathroorm might pore a noise problem. JP The roof terrace could be a noise problem too. DB Could o ne of the seminar rooms be located above the other on the second floor? GB We liked having the conference rooms on the second floor because of the distribution of meeting spaces. CIK We could put the terraced room above the flat floor room and move the conference rooms downstairs. DB If the rooms were stacked, a vertical chase could handle the cabling betv.-een the control rooms, etc. If stacked, I v..-ould prefer to have the terraced room on the second floor so that more sound isolation would be built in. You might also want cabling to the conference rooms so they could be used as adjunct spaces. The flat floor room should be set up to have camera access from all sides. Flexible cable access is important. Raised floor system is most flexible, but also most costly. Floor trenches in a 8' X 8' grid is not as flexible, but more cost effective. Raoeway at perimeter with a few crossingll is a good compromise. JP We might look at providing a section of rai.sed floor in the ceuter of the room RA Would like to conf= v..hat is in the construction budget. Lighting, poy,er for equipment, conduit or raoeways for cabling. AGI will coordinate with DB's staff to design the utilities for the equipment, based on their recommended equipment specifications . DB You might look at building the space with room to raise the ceiling, should a raised floor system be installed in the future. The doors into the flat floor seminar room should be moved to the sides. Recommend that AAI and AGI look at the facility at CIS I 046. The TV monitor mounting is bad and the room is turned sidev.ays.


Meeting Minutes IV1arch 3, 1995 Page Four Alfonso Architects 1he faculty like to have a center aisle so they don't have to walk arowxl to get to someone with something on their desk. It is the responsibility of aU meeting attendees to bring all omissions, corrections, and/or errors in these minutes to the attention of the undersigned and the Owner within 14 calendar days. AlFONSO AROIITECIS, INC Charles T. RA Project Architecl cc: All attendees File94064.10.012


MEEDNG MJNU1ES: PROJECT: MEEilNG DAlE: AAI PROJECT NO: ATIENDEES: Gary Brosch Rey Bulnes Joe Pembo Albert Alfonso Charles Kitzmille.: 1\-IEEIING SUMMARY: Alfonso Architects Center For Urban Transportation BR-502 University of South F lorida March 8, 1995 94064.10 CUIR USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. 1705 N. 16th Street Tampa, F lorida 55605 Ph 815 247 3555 Fax 8 1 5 247 5595 The purpose of this meeting is to: Review the status of the Advanced Schematic Design Submittal Review the scope of work at the a/v seminar rooms Review the use ofF & E funds RB AAl has revised the submittal to respond to Ken l.Vlitchell's comments. The revised submittal includes the altentates for the Atrium, curved coppe.: roof, covered pedestrian bridge and covered walkway in front of the building We are asking Ken t o approve the Advanced Schematic Design Submittal so v.e can move forward to the next phase. AAl has obtained one proposal for a detailed cost estimate. The cost was much more than was discussed at the meeting with the building committee. AAl is getting other proposals. RB t"unding for the equipment listed in the program for the seminar rooms is in question. If the equipment is to be considered a part of this contract, then it must be paid for from either the construction budget or tbe finniture budget. Either way, this impacts the ability to use the finniture funds as a contingency. GB Believes tlJat the equipment was never meant'to be a part of the project budget, beyond the costs for installing the infrastructure to run the equipment. At a later date, the equipment will be bought with separate funds. If fixed tables are going to be used, then they should be provided with construction dollars. Chairs would be bought with finniture funds. The flat floor room would be finnished furniture funds. In both rooms as well as the board room, built-ins would be paid for ,,;th construction funds. Miumi AAC001612


Meeting Minutes March 8, 1995 Page Tv.o Alfonso Architects CIK Has CUfR made a commitment to the University to have the seminar rooms fully equipped and ready for their use? GB No. lnitially, CUfR can use them without the teleconferencing abilities. RB Rey will, with Gary's support, issue a memorandum stating that the AN equipment for the seminar rooms will be funded separately. AAI will show in the documents that the oontractor will provide conduits with pull wire for the equipment at the locatiom recommended by Drew Barrett. Discussion ensued regarding the 313195 meeting with Drew Barrett and the recommendatiom made. GB One control room should be adequate. The size in the pro&ram is alm:>st twice as large as the current rooms in Fngineering U They can use remote facilities if necessary. GB Stacking the seminar rooms is OK, but the present configuration with the conference rooms upstairs is preferred. GB If the AN crew needs an office, they can use one of the CUfR offices in the main building. There should not be an office in the cylinder. AAI to si.Udy stacking the seminar rooms: Look at eliminating n oise sources Look at using a regular roof instead of the roof terrace. Look at making the plwnbing layout more efficient. AEA When the bOOget is made it takes two )'C8lS before the project is bid Fspecially with the recent overbids am the new v.e're gerting squeezed We investigated a plan that bas a simpler main body. lt definitely v.ould be cheapec 10 \:Wd than the notched body scheme. RB With the budget, we can't guarantee that the alternates will happen. GB We're committed to the covered connection. CUJR needs to have the lobby space and can live wid1 the flat-sided plan to get it. WQuld rather have the flat-sided scheme with the lobby than the notched scheme without the lobby. For the dollar per square foot budget we have, he's convinced that the building can be built. RB One advantage of the flat sided scheme is that ifs more flexible if you want to reconfigure the spaces later on.


Meeting Minutes l\1arch 8, 1995 Page lbree Alfonso Architects AAl will continue to look at the flat sided scheme and send revised plans to Rey and Gary. RB The cost estimate should be engaged now so we can see "'hat we can afford to build. AEA The project is now 34 days behind schedule. GB Was not av.

Alfonso Architects 1705 N 16th Street Tampa, Flo rida 3S605 Ph 815 247 5555 Fax 815 247 5595 MEEIING MINUIES: PROJECI': MEEIING DAlE: AAI PROJECI' NO: ATIJ!NDEES: Gary Brosch .Mel Anderson Horace Gordon Steve Gift John Crosby Rey Bulnes Joe Pembo Albert Alfonso Charles Kitzmiller MEEIINGSUMMARY: Center For Urban Transportation BR-502 University of South Florida April 28, 1995 94064.10 cum. USF Engineering USF Engineering USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning USF Facilities Planning Alfonso Architects, Inc. Alfonso Architects, Inc. The purpose of this meeting is to: Review the starus of the project Review the estimated cost of the project at this time SG The main issue to be discussed during this meeting is our concern that the project is over budget. Our knowledge base bas grown and the costs are now detailed. We need to look at the budget problem head-on. We have obtained a cost estimate from an outside source and it indicates a highe r cost than anticipated. We are experiencing higher costs in other construction projects due to market forces; a lack of capacity from the contractors and sub-contractors available in this market. Art Sisca and the Architects still need to discuss the cost estimate to finalize the number because at this time, e v e n with the adjustments already made (making the atrium, elevated wal.bvay and curved roof alternate items) the project is still over budget. The time to fix the problem is now. GB Do you have any clues to how to put it back on track? SG I. There is the potential of tapping the furniture and equipment fund. A decision needs to be made about how much is it prudent to use and what other funds are available. CU1R needs t o establish \\nether they can get fimds in the future to make up for the sacrifices being made now. 2. Utilize the commuter Center Grant monies to inool]lOrate this feature into the facility, utilizing some common elements -the restrooms and the atrium lobby. Miami AAC00 1672


Meeting Minutes April 28, 1995 Page Two 3. Look for other funding possib ilities : Alfonso Architects MA The college originally want e d the infill type of addition for CUIR but were with figures that indicated that additional expenses \\oold be incurred using this approach. We accepted the approach to do a separate building but v.au along reluctantly. Fn;m our standpoint, having the covered walkway be an alternate is not aoceplllble. People are getting wet. Maybe it a bridge, maybe jUSI: a covered walkway at grade. GB Are there any other cost savings available? SG The round element. Architectuia!J y I understand and appreciate the reason for the fonn. and it makes a nice connection with the existing building. It undoubtedly will cost more to build this form than a square one. M.A How about the aroount of brick? SG There could be a reduction of the amotmt of brick, substituting sruooo. HG How mucb freedom do \\e have to leave some space unfmished? JC Any space we build now must be useable space. SO Critical Issues: There will be price creep during the life of this project The only to defend the budget is with a contingency. G B How much of the cost overrun is due to design issues material costs? AEA We got some costs from local contractors, sub-contractors and suppliers and have given this infonnation to the estimator. The dialog between us has not yet occurred. SO Define the task: Have a 10"/o design contingency The board requires 7"/o in bid alternates GB If w e have the largie contingency, will v.e have the project structured to spero all of the budget with alternates? SO At the end of the Construction Documeots Phase the contingency is 0% because the dra'vings have all the materials identified. AEA A t what poin t will the decision be made to use or not use the fumiture budget?


rvteeting Minutes April 28, 1995 Page Three Alfonso Architects GB From the building conunittee's standpoint these are the priorities: I. There must be a covered connection between CUfR and Engineering IT, but there is flexibility as to what i t is. 2. Eliminate the single bathrooms at the west end of the building. 3. Free-up some of the furniture budget by determining the amount needed to buy the items ,,-e don't already have. Tile electronic equipment for the teleconferencing facility is not the budget. 4. The amount of brick can be minimalized as long as the new building is integrated with the existing building. 5. Eliminate the curved metal roof. 6. Eliminate the cylinder shape if it is a costly element. 7. Eliminate the atriwn. MA The architect doesn't need to engage in a debate with the estimator. HG In Engineering IT we have very expensive solid wood doors with oak veneer in metal frames set in walls that you could put your foot through. Are v;e mandated to spend rooney this v.ay or could we get less expensive doors? AEA Is the sound attenuation in the v.alls a deletable item? GB&HG No. GB Our desires v.ere simple. The important thing is to have the and to have tl)e atrium space, We wanted an inexpensive building with more space. SG The level of life expeC1aney for these buildings is 50 to I 00 years. This plus building under the University prooess is \\hy this building costs more than others. Is incorporating the Conunuter center not a valid option? GB The idea is open to discussion, but we thought that it would not function as v.ell on campus in this location. We would also need to find a way to joint -share the labor costs. ABA We looked at reducing the amount of windows in the offices to one. GB One window per office is OK


Meeting Minutes April 28, 1995 Page Four Alfonso Architects RB Can we get a list of offices and equipment to see \\

PROJECT SCHEDULE: CENTER FOR URBAN TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH Task Name Duration Start End NOTICE TO PROCEED 0.0 d 23/Sep/9 23/Sep/94 KICK-OFF MEETING AT CUTR 0.0 d 27/Sep/9 27/Sep/94 CONCEPTUAL SCHEMA TICS 35.0 d 23/Sep/9 27/0ct/94 OWNER REVIEW 14.0 d 28/0ct/9 10/Nov/94 ADVANCED SCHEMATIC DESIGN 28.0 d 19/Dec/94 15/Jan/95 OWNERREVffiW 14.0 d 16/Jan/9 29/Jan/95 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 35.0 d 03/Apr/95 07/May/95 OWNER REVIEW 7.0 d 08/May/95 14/May /95 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 50% 35.0 d 15/May/95 18/Jun/95 OWNER REVIEW 7.0 d 19/Jun/95 25/Jun/95 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 100% I 30.0 d l 26 /Jun/95 26/Jul/95 OWNER REVIEW 7.0 d l 27/Jul/95 02/Aug/95 1BIDDING 6 .0w, 03 /A ug/95 1 13/Sep/95 1 ;cONSTRUCTION I 61.0 w 14/Sep/9 14/Nov/96 I ' I , I -------------------+------i--------+-------11 I -----! l i I : '----------------------------------l------t---------+--------11 I I -----! ALFONSO ARCHITECTS


Center for Urbm Ihmsporta tio n Research University of South Florida BR-502 Design Development Phase Bid Scope ReconunendtionsBid Scope Reconunendations 5110195 Floor plan as shown on Sheet A2.1 Roof plan as shown in II A2.3 Exterior. elevations as shown on Sheet A3 .1 7% Design Contingency Alternates Part of Ba.w Bid Two Convenience Toilets Landscaping Steen Sunscreen above south windows Delete folding wall in conference l'OOms (substitute painted gyp. board) Delete gla.% block in stainvays Delete brick veneer from main body of bldg. Delete showers from public restrooms Substitute vcr for carpet in Research Support, GIS, Part Time Research, Meeting Rooms, Graphic Applications, Control Room, NV Storage and Stainvays Delet e sound attenuation batts Delete Parking Lot Delete Interior Doors in Convenience Toilets,GIS, Graphic A pplications, Part Time Research, Work Rooms, Shower Room, $10,000 $ 10,000 $33,900 $12,000 $4,650 $18,400 $ 5,000 $2,500 $15,60 0 $ 17,000 Conf. Room Stor. $9,440 Delete Stepped floor in Seminar Room $15,000 Delete covered walkway $15,000 Total $168,490 Addi1ive Alternate Bid Package Fl o or plan with Add Alternate# I Gallery I Lobby as shown on Sheet A2.2 Roof p l an with Add Alternate #I Gallery I Lobby as shown in 21 A2.3 Exterior elevations with Add Alternate #I Gallery I Lobby as shown on Sheet A3.2 Add Alternate # 2 Wood panelling to be installed in Board Room and Conference Rooms. Add Alternate #3 Porcelain Pavers to be installed in Publi c Vestibule and Gallery I Lobby. Add Alternate #4 Galvanized sunscreen to be installed above vending machine area and above the windows on the south side o f the 2nd floor Public Vestibule.


EX HI B I T 6 ESTIMATE SUMMARY AND BUDGET COMPARISON Project No. BR 502 Pro ject Nan1e: Cenear for Urban Research A/E name, address & phone : Alfonso Arcbiucta. Inc, 1705 N. 16th Street, Tamp a FL. 11605 813-247-3333 A/E Project Manager: cbules T, Kitzmiller. R,t. .. . .. Building Probable Program Construction cons'tructlon Component Budget Cost Difference ... Current Estimate: 40 000 Site Preparation 10,000 Landscaping 10,000 Exterior Utilities Central Coo ling 10,000 Central Heating 10,000 Electrical Distribution 10, 000 I Sewer Distribution 6,000 Water Distribution (incl. fire protection) 6,600 Computer i zed Monito r & Control Systems 5,000 Roads, Paving and Parking 10,000 New Consruction (incl. all finishes) 1,350,000 Plumbing 89,000 HVAC 372,000 Electrical (Interior) 186,000 Built-in Program Equipment & Casework 67,000 Build i ng Allowances (Itemize) Other ( BID ) 152,012 Other ( 7% Contingency ) f \ Estimated Construction Cost: 2,323,612 Adj. for cost escala tion to m idpoint of constr. ( 42 % per mo. x months) 68,314 Adjusted Estimated Construction Cost (Est. Construction Cost + Escalation) 2,400,000 2,391,926 Page 1 of 2


Estimate Summary and Budget Comparison Additiv e Alternates ... #1 Gal l e ry/Lobby Spaee #2 Wood Panelling in Board and Conf Room #13 P orcelai n Pavors i n Vestibule and Gal lery/Lobbv #4 Gal v aunscrean a t Vending ArGa #5 Area M easur e m e n ts . M eas u r ement s p er 6A -2 : Net S quare. Fee t Gross Square Feet Net/Gr o ss Ratio Cos t per GSF Mea s urem e nt s p e r Sub p ar a graph 3. 14.2 o f the Professio na l Services Guide Bldg. Gross Square Feet ( Net Assignable Square Feet ( I. C overed W alkway GSF (3.14 2 .3) Net/Gross Ratio New/Gross Ratio with A d d Alt. Dl P age 2 of 2 Es t Cost 118,000 24 000 15, 000 11, 000 Programmed 15,9 5 7 23,936 1.50 $100.27 23 936 15,957 EXHIBIT S {Con t 'd) Adj. to Area +906 N.S.F. . . Actual 17,545 24 453 1.40 24,453 15 939 540 1.5 3 1.5 0


EXH I BIT 1 STA T E UNI VE R SITY SYSTEM OF F LORIDA SUBMITTAL & REVIEW CH E QKLIST DATE : May 7. 1 995 Project Number: BR --5""0,...2 __ Project Name and location: Center for Urban Transportation ReAearch. Uniy. o f So uth F lorida,_ AlE Name: Alfonso Architects. Inc. Telephone : 8 13-24Z-33J J AlE A d dress : 1705 N. 16tb Street T ampa, Florida 3 3605 I N FO RM AT I ON SUBMITTED FOR Desig n DeyeloJ!!!I!'D t PHASE AlE Sub-Univ Action/ ReQuired mission Approval Yes No Date Date Comments (1) PROGRA M CONFOR M ANCE (a Comparallve Area Analysis X 0 5/07/95 (b Comparative Cost Analysis X 05/07/95 2) M AS T ER PLA N CONFORM ANCE X 0 5/07/95 (3) HIST. REC. & ARCH. A PPROVAL X (4) S PACE ANALYSIS (a G ross X (b Net X 05/07/95 liS) SITE CRI TERIA (a) L e gal Descr i J)tion X 05/07/95 (b) Boundary Survey X 05/07/9 5 (c) T oPOaraph l cal S ur vey X 0 5/07/95 d Geote chnical S ervices X 0 5/07/95 e Zoning C ompatibility 05/07/95 f) Access & Egre s s Prov X U'j/07/9'j (g) Tree Survey X 05/071 95 (6) SITE UTIL AVAI L. & PROV IDED a) E l ectric X 0510719 5 b) Water X 0 5/07/ 9 5 (c) Sewer X 05/07/95 (d) Gas X 05/07/95 (e) S torm 05/07/95 (f) Telephon e X 05 1 07195 (g ) Other ;(7) S ITE PREPARATION (al C l earing X (b) Exist Util. ( Re)moved X (8) SITE DRAWI NGS X Page 1 ol 4 Pages


EXHIBIT 1 SUBMITTAL AND REVIEW CHECKLIST (Cont'd) INFORMATION SUBMITTED FOR Design Development PHASE PROJECT NAME AND NUMBER: Center for Urban Transportation Research, BR-502 AlE SubUniv Action/ Reauired mission Approval Yes No Date Date Comments (9) LANDSCAPE DRAWINGS X 05/07/95 {10) ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS 05/07/95 & DESIGN CRITERIA {11) STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS & X 05/07/95 DESIGN CRITERIA {12) MECHANICAL DRAWINGS & X 05/07/95 DESIGN CRITERIA {13) PLUMB ING DRAWINGS & X 05/07/95 DESIGN CRITERIA {14) ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS & 05/07/95 DESIGN CRITERIA 1115) TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS X 05/07/95 16) NON-TECH. SPECIFICATIONS X I {17) BID PROCEDURE X (a) Base Bid {b) Alternates (Addilive) (c) Special/Supplementary General Conditions (18) LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS X Oi/16/95 (19) COST ESTIMATE AND CERTIFI-X 05/07/95 CATION INCLUDING ALTERNATES (20) AVAILABLE FUNDING VS. X ESTIMATES (21) CODE COMPLIANCE X (a) Standard Building Code(s) X 05/07/95 (b) NFPA We/Safety Code X 05/07/95 Cc) Handicap Req'ts X 05/07/95 Page 2 or 4 Pages


EXHIBIT 1 SUBMITTAL AND REVIEW CHECKLIST (Cont'd) INFOR M ATION SUBMITTED FOR Design Development P H ASE PROJECT NAME A N D NUMBER: Center for Urban Tran s portation Research, BR-502 AlE U n i v mission Appro val Yes t l o ..; c 1121\' (e) on X 05/07/95 1 -DOE6A-2 ;c X ll X 0 I T Ia) X X X 1 of Env. X "Tel otner X (biDS of X fC: iEii &Fill X X X X X Oil of Env. Protection X ; I ... "' I ano X (b 1 ol X fOf X X lei" X X X " r BID x: . lcl X Page 3 of 4 Pages


EXHIBIT H SUBMITTAL AND REVIEW CHECKUST (Cont d) INFORMAT I ON SUBMITTED FOR Design Development PHASE PROJECT NAME AND NUMBER: Center for Urban Transporta tion Research, BOR-502 AlE Sub-Univ Action/ Required mission Approval Yes No Date Date Comments it25) POST BID REOUIREMENTS(cont d) (d) Furnishings X (e) Equipment X 10 lt26) OTHER PROJECT REQUIREMENTS a) b ) (c) ARCHITECT/ENGINEER: SIGNATURE (Date) Albert E. Alfonso, AlA, Principal Type Name and Title Page 4 of 4 Page s




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Center for Ulban 'franolportation Research University of South Florida BR-502 Design Development Phase Interior Finish Schedule 5nt95 \.Ills Researeh I.JlbJ Painted Gyp. Bd. Researeh Support Painted Gyp. Bd. Meeting Rooms Painted Gyp. Bd. Part Thne Researeh Painted Gyp. Bd. W01k Room I Stor. Painted Gyp. Bd. GIS Painted Gyp. Bd. Graphic App;. Painted Gyp. Bd. Staff l..ounge Painted Gyp. Bd. Resoun:e Center Painted Gyp. Bd. Boanl Room Painted Gyp. Bd. Dilector Vinyl wallcovering Reception I Waiting Vinyl WaUcovering Admin. Conidots Painted Gyp. Bd. All Atrium I lobby Painted Gyp. Bd. Public Vestibule Painted Gyp. Bd. Conference Rooms Painted Gyp. Bd. Seminar Rooms Painted Gyp. Bd. Control Room Painted Gyp. Bd. Restrooros Ceramic Tile Mechanical Rooms Painted Block Stain"-ays Painted Gyp. Bd. Floor Ceiling Glue-down catpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel V.C.T. Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-do\'VIl carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel V.C.T. Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel V. C. T. Susp. Acoustic.aJ Panel V.C.T.** Open to structure V.C.T. ** Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Glue-dO\vn carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Ceramic Tile Painted Plaster Epoxy Painted Cone. Open to structure Glue-down carpet Susp. Acoustical Panel Alternate for wood panelling to be included in bid documents. ** Alternate for Porcelain Pavers to be included in bid documents. Materials: Ca,rpet: Bigelow "Campus" V.CT.: Kentile standard architectural series w/ 4" Mercer vinyl base. Pon:elain PaveJS: Cerim Floor Gres 12" x 12" porfirite matte finish Acoustical Panel Ceiling: 2' X 4' Annstrong Second Look II wl Prelude 15116" Grid


March 23, 1995 Mr. Charles Kitzmiller, RA Alfonso Architects 1705 N. 16th Street Tampa, Florida 33605 Project: USF Center For Urban Transportation Research Subject: Design Development Phase Submittal Dear Mr. Kitzmiller : The following information is provided to supplement the Design Development draWings dated May 5, 1995. I) A geotechnical report for this project was issued by Professional Service Industries, Inc. (PSI), on January 16, 1995. According to this report there are loose to medium dense fmesandsto a depth of approximately ten (I 0) feet below existing grades. These soils with suitable preparation and compaction, are reported to be capable of supporting the proposed structure, on shallow spread footings with total and differential settlements within aroeptable limits. PSI performed standard penetration tests and developed a net maximum allowable bearing pressure of2500 pounds per square toot. The designs of the slabs on grade and shallow spread footings shown on the drawings were based upon this information. 2) The proposed construction will incorporate load bearing exterior masonry walls and steel interior columns. The floors and roofs will be supported by metal declring on open web steel bar joists connected to walls beams and girders. This construction was adopted based upon economy and serviceability. We have completed and attached the applicable portions of the Cost Containment Guidelines Checklist. We checked one "no" box. This is on page 45/ Division 4 Masonry I 04200 Unit Masonry I Tolerances. The current design incorporates some interior non-load bearing masonry walls which terminate below the main roof diaphragm. We would like to terminate these walls as sbown in attached sketches, Sections 5023 and 5024. Please let us know if this will be acoeptable. Tim Webster, Project Engineer Stephen Whitebouse Engineers, Inc. Structural Consultants Dosign Analysis ln!pedions R4


DESIGN DEVELOPMENT NARRATIVE HVAC Cooling and Heating Systems The estimated cooling load for the building will be approximately 57.6 tons with a sensible heat ratio of approximately 65%. The building design criteria are indicated on the plans. The cooling for the building will be provided by the campus chilled water loop which is fed from the central plant. The chilled water design criteria is for 45p water, as directed in the predesign meeting on January 25, 1995, with a l5F temperature difference between entering and leaving water. We anticipate that cooling for the building will be provided by variable air volume (VA V) systems with pressure independent VA V boxes. This decision may be mod ified by the results of the FLEET Life Cycle Cost Analysis which was submitted at the Schematic Phase and has not been returned. The heating load will be approximately 179 MBH and will be provided by the campus heating hot water loop which is also fed from the central plant. The heating bot water design criteria is for 160F as directed in the predesign meeting on January 25, 1995, water with a 50F temperature difference between entering and leaving water Building heat will be provided by hot water coils in the variable air volume boxes. A beating coil will be provided in each of the air handlers for humidity control. The central plant has sufficient capacity to meet both the cooling and heati ng loads of this building. The primary air handlers will be double-wall type with stainless steei drain pans with a positive slope for drainage. The coil sections will be specified \vith stainless bracing. The fans will be selected at their highest efficiency points and will be provided with high efficiency m otors. The air systems will be variable volume type with electronic thermostats controlling electric variable air volume actuators. The supply air volume will be modulated through the use of variable frequency drives on the air handler fan motors. Ventilation (fresh Air) Fresh air has been determined by calculations in conformance with ASHRAE Standard 62-1989 -Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality using the Room Effect Method. Those calculations are presented on the drawings. Because of the high quantity of fresh air required, we anticipate this building will require a system to dehumidify the fresh air. Separate I 00% fresh air sys tems will be provided to introduce dehumidified fresh air into the return air streams of the primary units. HVAC Controls The environmental controls in this building will be direct digital control with electric motor actuators on dampers and valves. There will be one data terminal per building which \vill be tied into the campus system through the Ethernet The approved controls


manufacturers are American Automatrix and Landis and Gyr. The control valves will be 2-way type. The speed of the air handler fans will be controlled by variable frequency drives. The control system will include humidity sensing and control and C02 sensing for monitoring purposes. The humidity setpoint will be 55% RH maximum. PLUMBING General The building has a projected daily usage of2,235 gallons per day. The maximum flow. rate is expected to be 67.5 gpm. The build i ng will require a 2 inch domestic water supply connection and a 4 inch sanitary wast e connection Piping Domestic potab l e h ot and cold water piping will be Type L copper tube with so l der fittings above grade and Type K copper tube with solder fittings below grade. Exterior below grade domestic potab l e water will be Schedule 40 PVC. Sanitary waste and vent piping will be no-hub cast-iron pipe and fittings above grade and hub and spigot cast-iron pipe and fittings below grade. Plumbing F ixtures P l umbing fixtures will be based on American Standard commercial type fixtures Water closets will be wall hung type with flush valves (S,loan or equal). Urinals will be wall hung type with flu sh valves (Sloan or equa l). Lavatories will be vitreous china wall hung with wrist blades and gooseneck spouts where required for handicapped accessibility. Electric water coolers will be handicapped accessible and certified lead-free. Sinks will be stainless steel type with gooseneck spouts. Service sinks will be floor mounted terrazo type with hose and mop bracket. Floor drains will be provided in each gang toilet and mechanical room. Plumbing Equipment Since there is minimal hot water demand in the building, the water heaters will be small commercial type with e l ectr i c elements. Where a single remote sink requires hot water, an instantaneous type electric water heater v,ill be u tilized to reduce standby and piping losses FIRE PROTECTION General The building will be fully sprinklered in conformance with NFPA 13 with a light hazard occupancy. The preliminary indications are that ba se d on the capabilities of the future domestic water service loop and water tower system the building will not require a fire pump


ELECI'RICAL Electrical Service Estimated connected load will be approximately 175 KV A. The electrical service requirements have been discussed with Frank Shannon. Mr. Shannon stated that he preferred that we utilize the existing pad mounted transformer on the west en!i of the ENB building, since it is presently under-utilized. Mr. Shannon stated that this transformer has a 480Y/277 volt secondary voltage with 52,275 amps of short circuit current available at the secondary terminals. We briefly discussed utilizing a 208Y/120 volt service, but this was rejected since Mr. Shannon preferred to use the extra capacity available in the existing pad mounted transformer. Service Entrance A 480 volt, main service entrance panelboard will be located in the main electrical room. The panelboard will co n tain a main circuit breaker and a distribution section to serve other distribution panels. A transient voltage surge suppresser will be pro v ided on the service entrance. Voltage drop will be designed for less than 3% at the main disconnect and a maximum of 5% to any utilization point. Power Distribution Panelboards will be strategically located as indicated on the drawings to serve lighting, receptacles, mechanical equipment and other equipment loads. The majority of the lighting will be served at 277 volt with dry type transformers utilized to provide 208Y/120 volt 3 phase panels to serve receptacles, plus any necessary incandescent lighting and other 120 volt or 208 volt equipment. Mechanical equipment, the elevator and other large loads will be served via the 480 volt panels. Emer!,lency Power A diesel powered emergency generator will be specified to provide required stand-by power for emergency lighting, exit signs, fire alarm power, the elevator, and the fire pump, if applicable. The generator is estimated to be 40 KW based upon the present estimated emergency power load. The proposed location for the generator is outside, but the exact location for the generator needs to be finalized. An automatic transfer switch located in the main electrical room, will be specified to provide automatic changeover upon loss of utility power.


I.ighting General building lighting is specified to be 2' x 4', fluorescent lamp type with T8 lamps, electronic ballasts Low glare VD T type fixtures with precision cut-off louvers meeting IES Standard RP-24, are specified throughout the building for offices/labs, seminar rooms and other locations where gla r e on video screens would be objectionable The following swnmarizes the design criteria utilized for lighting levels and required function in the various areas: General Offices/Research Lab: Other Research Labs or Areas: Work Room/Storage: Stairways/Corridors: Reception!W aiting : Staff Lounge: BoardRoo m : Conf e rence Rooms: Gallery/Lobby: 2nd Floor Seminar Room: 1st F loor Seminar Room: 50-60 fc avg., Low glare/VDT type fixture 50-60 fc avg., Low glareNDT type fixture 30-40 fc avg 30 fcavg. 30 fcavg. 30-40 fc avg. Variable 5 fc to 70 fc, with fluorescent dimming of the downlights & switching. Variable 5 fc to 60 fc with electronic fluorescent dimming of the downlights & switching. 15-20 fc avg, utili z ing in-direct, HID, wall mounted lighting fixtures. General lighting is designed to av e rage 50 fc in general with lighting towards the board and podium to match other broadcast room leve ls (approx. 120 fc) The seating in the back is designed for 120 fc with all the switches on. CIS I 046 will be utilized as the prototype. Remote mounted ballasts. Gene ral lighti ng is designed to average 5060 fc with lighting over the seating area to match the board & podium levels of the 2 nd floor room (approx. 12 0 fc). Multiple switching leve l s. Remote mounted ballasts.


Control Room Exterior Lighting: Communication$ General lighting is provided for 50-60 fc avg plus the capability for dimming with fluorescent dimming of the PL lamp downlights. Entry's10 fc avg.; Exterior walkways -5 fc avg .; Metal halide lamps will be utilized near the building and under the walkway since it is only 40 feet long HPS type fixtures will be used where any necessary pole top fixtures are required away from the building. Data and voice communications will be accommodated with raceway and communications closets as required by the USF telecommunications standards. Exact raceway and cabling requirements, such as cable tr ay, fiber optic cable, copper twisted pairs, equipment racks or other communications systems requirements still need to be coordinated with USF and CUTR. Exact details of raceway requirements for the Seminar Room teleconferencing equipment need to be coordinated with USF. Current design criteria for the telecommunications requirements is indica ted on the drawings .. Fire Alann A microprocessor based, addressable fire alarm system will be specified similar to the Simplex 4020 or Notifier AM2020. The system will perform the required sprinkler system supervision and additional fire alarm requirements, such as duct smoke detectors and smoke detectors and heat detectors for the elevator. The system is not anticipated to require voice activation, but will utilize horns and strobes for annunciation. The system will be designed for 40% spare capacity on the initiation device and indicating appliance circuits The installing fire alarm contractor will be required to certify the system and obtain all Fire Marshal l approvals. Security A security system(s) is not included in the present design. Wiring System Copper co n ductors will be required throughout the facility with most interior raceways utilizing EMT. Rigid galvanized conduit will be required where exposed to the exterior, hazardous locations or other heavy duty requirements PVC will be specified for underground conduits with RGS elbows and risers up into equipment.


Liehtning Pr otection & Grounding The require men t for lightning protection was discussed with Frank Shannon. Mr. Shannon sta ted that a l ightning protection system shoul d not be required for this building A transient voltage surge sup presser will be specified for the service entr ance. T he elimination of the lightning protection system will be verified with the user since it is indicated in the progr am A building gtOund ring will be specified to bond th e service ground to the buildin g s teel at all exterior wa ll columns and some interior co lumns i f applicable.



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