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February3,2012 CarlosOchoa

February3,2012 CarlosOchoa

Contents
Client.............................................................................................................................................................3
UniversalDesign............................................................................................................................................4
ConstraintandExceptions............................................................................................................................5
ArchitecturalStyle.........................................................................................................................................6

February3,2012 CarlosOchoa

Client

Tara and Bradley Cooper ages 25 and 27 are living in the Boston, New York Area. Tara is an
architect and Bradley is a dentist. They have twins named Max and Nicole who are 2 years old,
neither with any special needs or disabilities. They also have one cat and one dog. Tara does not
have any hobbies due to the fact she is always working. Bradleys hobbies are cooking for his
wife, caring for his son and daughter, and taking long walks on the beach.

February3,2012 CarlosOchoa

UniversalDesign

In this home I included as many universal design ideas as I could. Each of the doors is at least 36
inches wide, and there are no halls through the home really. There are no step stairs

February3,2012 CarlosOchoa

ConstraintandExceptions

In this habitat for humanity house we had to meet some specific criteria with a few exceptions.
This 3 bedroom house could be no bigger than 1070 square feet; each one of the three rooms also
had to be a minimum of 70 square feet to be considered livable. Each door of the house is 36 in
wide or larger to meet the requirement and all hallways were a minimum of 42 inches wide. This
three bedroom house has a total of 1 and a half bathrooms for the criteria, along with a 52 gallon
water heater for the house.

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February3,2012 CarlosOchoa

ArchitecturalStyle

The architectural of this house was chosen by the client. They chose a modern style home which
was very easy. I added a sloped rood with a 1 foot overhang. Open space in the home with lots of
windows. Due to time I did not include any gables or dormers, and stuck with a traditional roof
line.

Key: Q = C
f
C i A
Q = Peak runoff rate (cubic ft/sec)
C
f
= Runoff coefficient adjustment factor
C = Runoff coefficient (dependent on type of surface)
i = Storm intensity (in./hour) for Boston Area
A = Area in acres

Pre-Development- C Cf i A
C= .1-.3 (Average .2)
Cf= 1.2 (50 Year Storm)
i= 2.6 in\hr (Boston)
A= .5 Acres (21,780 ft)
(.2) (1.2) (2.6) (.5) = .312 ft/second

Q Post-Development- C Cf i A
Sidewalk:
C=.95 (Concrete)
Cf= 1.2 (50 Year Storm)
i= 2.6 in\hr (Boston)
A=.0337 Acres (1470 ft)
(.95) (1.2) (2.6) (.0337) =.0998 ft/second

House:
C=.95 (Shingles)
Cf= 1.2 (50 Year Storm)
i= 2.6 in\hr (Boston)
A=.0239 Acres (1042 ft)
(.95) (1.2) (2.6 (.0239) =.0708 ft/second

Lawn:
C= .1 (Unimproved)
Cf= 1.2 (50 Year Storm)
i= 2.6 in\hr (Boston)
A=.4424 Acres (Area of House + Area of Sidewalk - .5 Acres)
(.1) (1.2) (2.6) (.4424) =.1380 ft/second

Total Calculations-
.0998 ft/second + .0708 ft/second + 1380 ft/second= .3086 ft/second
Q Post - Q Pre=
.3086 ft/second - .312 ft/second= -.0034 ft/second

There was a water run-off improvement due to the Q-post development being less (.3086
ft/second) than the original Q-post development (.312 ft/second). Through this there was a
negative difference of (-.0034 ft/second) taking into account the run-off of the lawn, sidewalk,
and house and how it improved the rain water run-off of the land.






Line is 15 years old and 6ft below 10
th
street
Lowest Elevation in water tower is 872.81ft
City pipe is 8 inches in diameter
The pipe length is 3.2 miles long
Pipe is cast iron
There are 7 (90) Flanged Elbows (Regular)
There is 1 (45) Flanged Elbows (Regular)
There is 1 gate valve
Q-Flow rate= 100 gallons per minute (gpm)
The typical design value for the cast iron pipe is set at 100


Calculations:
7 (90) Flanged Elbows (Regular) 12ft= 84
1 (45) Flanged Elbows (Regular) 7.7ft= 7.7
1 gate valve 3.2ft= 3.2
= 94.9ft of equivalent pipe
94.9ft + 3.2 miles of straight pipe [
5,280]t
1m
= 16,568.5ft

Calculating Head loss: Hazen-Williams formula

1.85
1.85 4.8655
10.44
=

f
L Q
h
C d

Where: h
f
= head loss due to friction (ft)
L = length of pipe (16,568.5ft)
Q = flow rate of water (100gpm)
C = Hazen-Williams constant (100)
d = diameter of the pipe (8in.)


HAZEN-WILLIAMS CONSTANT TABLE:


Calculations:
b =
1u.44 (16,S68.S)(1uugpm
1.85)
(1uu
1.85)
(8
4.8655)
= 6.98t
1ps
2.31]t

Water Tower: 872.81ft
Home Connection: 768.5ft- 6ft= 762.5ft

Static Head: 872.81ft- 762.5ft= 110.31ft
Dynamic Head (Static Head- hf): 110.31ft- 6.98ft= 103.33ft
Ending Pressure: 103.33ft [ = 44.73psi




Codes:
3in diameter pipe
2ft below the lowest floor
Fresh water and sewage water must be covered with soil
Sewer lines must be 18in below waste water supply
10ft minimum distance between fresh water and sewage












Slopc = 764.S (76u -7") _
1t
12in
Calculations:
]
8ut

=
S.9167t
8ut



=.04895(100%)
=4.89% slope

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1/20/2012 11:01:00 AM
A101
FLOOR PLAN
Project Number
TARA BORTH
HABITAT
HOUSE
1/17/12
CARLOS OCHOA
APRIL M. MOON
1/8" = 1'-0"
1
FLOOR
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1/20/2012 11:01:40 AM
A102
RENDERINGS
Project Number
TARA BORTH
HABITAT
HOUSE
1/17/12
CARLOS OCHOA
APRIL M. MOON
12" = 1'-0"
1
RENDERING1
12" = 1'-0"
2
RENDERING2
3
3D View 1
Level 1
673' - 0"
Level 2
683' - 0"
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1" = 23'-4"
1/20/2012 11:20:41 AM
A103
ELEVATIONS
Project Number
TARA BORTH
HABITAT
HOUSE
1/17/12
CARLOS OCHOA
APRIL M. MOON
1" = 23'-4"
2
North
1" = 23'-4"
3
South
1" = 23'-4"
4
West
1" = 23'-4"
1
East
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A104
SCHEDULES
Project Number
TARA BORTH
HABITAT
HOUSE
1/17/12
CARLOS OCHOA
APRIL M. MOON
AREA SCHEDULE (RENTABLE)
Area Type Count Perimeter Area
Building
Common
Area
1 138' - 8" 1042 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 34' - 8" 77 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 26' - 0" 39 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 34' - 8" 77 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 50' - 0" 164 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 33' - 4" 80 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 21' - 4" 29 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 41' - 4" 112 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 102' - 0" 456 SF
Building
Common
Area
1 46' - 0" 129 SF
DOOR SCHEDULE
Family and
Type Count Height Width
Bifold-2
Panel: 36" x
84"
1 7' - 0" 3' - 0"
Double-Gla
ss 2: 68" x
80"
1 6' - 8" 5' - 8"
Overhead-
Rolling: 8' x
6'-6"
1 6' - 6" 8' - 0"
Single-Flus
h: 36" x 80"
5 6' - 8" 3' - 0"
Single-Rais
ed Panel
with
Sidelights:
36" x 84"
1 7' - 0" 3' - 0"
Sliding-Clos
et: 48" x 80"
1 6' - 8" 4' - 0"
PLANTING SCHEDULE
Family and
Type Count
RPC Shrub:
Pearl Bush
6'-0"
1
RPC Tree -
Conifer:
Chinese
Juniper - 7'
7
RPC Tree -
Deciduous:
Red Maple
- 30'
2
RPC Tree -
Fall: Red
Oak - 62'
1
WINDOW SCHEDULE
Count
Head
Height Width
8 7' - 0" 3' - 0"
1 8' - 6" 3' - 0"
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1/20/2012 11:00:07 AM
A105
SITE PLAN
Project Number
TARA BORTH
Habitat for
Humanity
1/20/12
CARLOS OCHOA
APRIL M. MOON
12" = 1'-0"
1
SITE PLAN 2
1" = 50'-0"
2
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY SITE2
12" = 1'-0"
3
SITE PLAN 3
77 SF
Bedroom 2
39 SF
Half Bath'
77 SF
Bedroom 1
164 SF
Master Bed
80 SF
Master Bath
29 SF
Clst
112 SF
Pantry/Laundry
456 SF
Living/Kitchen
129 SF
Garage
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1/8" = 1'-0"
1/20/2012 11:21:19 AM
A106
AREA PLAN
Project Number
TARA BORTH
HABITAT
HOUSE
1/17/12
CARLOS OCHOA
ARIL M. MOON
1/8" = 1'-0"
1
ROOMS
Total: 1042 SF