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ASDASuperstore,Hayes

StructuralCalculations

84351

September2014

CONTROL SHEET

CLIENT:

ASDA

PROJECTTITLE:

ASDAHayes

REPORTTITLE:

StructuralCalculations

PROJECTREFERENCE:

84351

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Preparedby

DavidBlackburn

Reviewedby

ZanetaNowakBielinska

Approvedby

NickMcSpadden

RevisionRecord:
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This report has been prepared in accordance with procedure OP/P02 of Fairhursts integrated Quality and
Environmental Management System (QEMS)

FairhurstGGA
25BuckinghamPalaceRoad
London,SW1W0PP
Tel:02078288205Fax:02078288207

Contents
1. DesignAssessment
2. Loadings
3. WindLoadings
4. ServiceYardRampDesign
5. FirstFloorDesign

LoadingsandLayoutPlan

TypicalBeams

6. MezzanineFloorDesign

LoadingsandLayoutPlan

TypicalBeams

7. PlantRoofDesign

LoadingsandLayoutPan

TypicalBeams

8. MainRoofDesign

LoadingsandLayoutPlan

TypicalBeams

9. FrontGreenRoofDesign

LoadingsandLayoutPlan

TypicalBeams

10. ServiceYardWalkwayDesign

LoadingsandLayoutPlan

TypicalBeams

11. ColumnDesign
12. Foundations
3

1.

Design Assessment

ASDA Hayes Store


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1.0
DESIGN ASSESSMENT FORM
Project:
ASDA Hayes Store

Job No.

84351

Prepared by/Date

RJM/November 2012

Approved by/Date

RJM/November 2012

Accepted by/Date
FairhurstGGA Scope of Works
Provision of tender drawings and details for new ASDA Hayes main store, associated PFS
building, external works areas and drainage.
Design Philosophy
Introduction and Description
The ASDA Hayes store is proposed to be a new building approximately 90x80m in plan. The
building is to comprise a car park at ground floor level with a shop floor at first floor level. The
first floor shop floor area will incorporate a back of house area (BOH) at the western side. The
eastern side of the first will incorporate a customer restaurant, servery and customer toilets. The
eastern side will also incorporate a travelator from ground to first floor, 2No. customer lifts
from ground to first floor and stairs from ground to first floor. A second floor (mezzanine) is
proposed above the back of house area on the western side. This will incorporate various
colleague facility rooms, toilets and have stair and a single lift access to the BOH area below.
The roof of the building is to comprise a flat roof sloping downwards towards the east. The
highest western point of the roof is to be approximately 14.0m above ground level with the
lowest eastern point approximately 10.0m above ground level. An area of the western side of
the roof is lowered for placement of plant. The roof along the eastern side is lowered and slopes
back towards the west. It is proposed for this lowered roof to comprise a green roof. it is
proposed to support
The service yard for the store is to comprise a raised yard approximately 1200 below the first
floor level at the south western corner of the building which is to accessed by an adjacent ramp
from ground floor. An open area of ground floor car park is proposed to the south of the store
with a PFS at the southern edge of this open car park area.
6No. external stairwells are to be placed around the perimeter of the main building structure.
An enclosed area of plant is proposed at ground floor level at the north eastern corner of the
building.

ASDA Hayes Store


84351/C1

Structure
The store building is proposed to be a braced steel frame with all suspended floors to be RC
slabs on metal deck. It is proposed for the 6No. external steel stairwells to contain vertical flat
cross bracing which in combination with CHS wind trusses in the roof plane will give the
building stability against lateral wind loads.
Steel floor beams will be composite solid beams (non-castellated) for the most part except in
some primary and edge conditions where it is not practical and the beams will be solid (noncastellated) and non-composite. The columns are proposed to be steel UC members.
The main roof is to comprise a metal standing seam type roof off steel purlins, with the plant
area of roof to be single ply type roof off steel purlins. The roof is proposed to be braced with
steel CHS members which provide horizontal wind trusses back to the walls. T
The service yard is to comprise an RC flat plate slab supported off square RC columns. The
ramp up to the service yard is to comprise an RC slab with RC walls along either side.
The lift shafts are proposed to be the self supporting type that sit inside the RC metal deck slab
through which they penetrate. The slab is to be supported off steel beams about the lift shaft
perimeter. Lift shaft pits are to be provided at the ground floor at the eastern side of the building
and at the first floor level where the lift goes from first floor to mezzanine on the western side of
the building.
The travelator at the eastern side of the building which is to provide access from the ground
floor to first floor will require steel support half way along its span. It will also require a pit at
ground level and a suspended pit at first floor for mechanism housing.
Foundations (to be confirmed).
PFS (to be confirmed).

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ASDA Hayes Store


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Project:
ASDA Hayes Store

84351
Job No.
Prepared by/Date RJM/Oct 2012
Approved by/Date NMcS/Oct 2012
Accepted by/Date
Checklist of potential operations and hazards

Potential Hazards
Client operations
Adjacent activities
Restricted site
Traffic
Interface with public
Near to highways
Near to railways
Near to waterways
Tidal working
Ground instability
Contamination
Soil gas
Ground water
Inundation
Sewage
Fuel tanks
Services
Overhead cables
Demolition
Unstable structures
Explosives
Asbestos
Bird droppings
Dust
Hazardous materials
Radiation
Hot working
Confined spaces
Working at height
Manual handling
Lifting operations
Vibration
Noise
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Key Significant Hazards to be Addressed


















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ASDA Hayes Store


84351/C1

Project:
ASDA Hayes Store

94503
Job No.
Prepared by/Date RJM/Aug 2012
Approved by/Date AB/Aug 2012
Accepted by/Date

Stage Consider Construction, Maintenance &


Demolition
Hazard
Action by Designer
Asbestos
1. To eliminate hazard

2. To reduce risk
Highlight that some asbestos
may still be present in the
founding material following
the works carried out to
remove.

Existing live
services in the
site.

Date

Residual Hazard

Presence of asbestos.

1. To eliminate hazard

2. To reduce risk
Highlight that the Contractor is
required to make him/herself
aware of all existing live
services in the area.
Rev

Sheet

Description

Damage to existing live services


proposed to be retained.

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Acc.d

2.

Loadings

ASDALoadingsIntroduction

Thefollowingpagesshowtheloadingsassumedinthedesignforthe
SuperstoreASDA,Hayes.

BuildingDesignLoadingswereinaccordancewithBritishStandards
BS63991:1996 Loadings for Buildings Part 1: Code of practice for
dead and imposed loads, superceeded by the specific load
requirementsofASDA,whererequired.

Where design requirements have specified either universally


distributed loadings or as point loads, worst case has been taken.
Specifically with regards to loading of aisles on the Sales Floor,
calculations were performed using the average load and also
considering the maximum load of individual aisles on the slab in a
worstcasescenarioinrelationtosupportbeams.

Project: ASDA Hayes

84351
LS01
Jun-13

Job No.
Sheet No.
Date

By
Ch'k.
App.

RG

ASDA HAYES LOADING SHEET


LOADING SHEET 1
Ultimate Limit State (ULS) = 1.4Gk +1.6Qk
Loading data inaccordance with:
BS 6399-1:1996 - Loadings for Buildings
ASDA Building Document: D&B 2008 - Standard & Stilted Store, 2nd Issue
Gk
kN/m2

L1

FLOORS

L1.1

Sales Floor - Construction Phase


Dead Loads

Imposed Loads

150 thk Composite Floor


75 thk Screed
Finishes etc
Services

SMD TR60+
0.075

24

Sales Floor - Composite Phase


Dead Loads

Construction

Imposed Loads

150 thk Composite Floor


75 thk Screed
Finishes etc
Services

SMD TR60+
0.075

24

Back of House - Construction Phase


Dead Loads

1.50
1.50

9.89

7.50
7.50

19.42

2.90
1.80
0.35
0.25

ASDA Sales Floor


5.30

L 1.3

ULS
kN/m2

2.95
1.80
0.35
0.25

5.35

L 1.2

Qk
kN/m2

250 thk Composite Floor

SMD TR60+

5.90

Finishes etc
Services
Imposed Loads

0.15
0.25

Construction
6.30

L1.4

Back of House - Composite Phase


Dead Loads

Imposed Loads

250 thk Composite Floor


Finishes etc
Services

SMD TR60+

SMD TR60+
0.075

Mezzanine Floor - Composite Phase


Dead Loads

Imposed Loads

24

Construction

150 thk Composite Floor


75 thk Screed
Finishes etc
Services

SMD TR60+
0.075

24

1.50
1.50

9.89

7.50
7.50

19.42

7.50
7.50

23.76

2.90
1.80
0.35
0.25

ASDA Office
5.30

L 1.7

56.65

2.95
1.80
0.35
0.25

5.35

L 1.6

30.00
30.00

ASDA Back of House

Mezzanine Floor - Construction Phase


Dead Loads
150 thk Composite Floor
75 thk Screed
Finishes etc
Services

Imposed Loads

11.22

5.78
0.15
0.25

6.18

L1.5

1.50
1.50

Ground Level Plant Area


Dead Loads

350 thk suspended RC slab

Imposed Loads

Plant Area

0.35

24

8.40

8.40

Project: ASDA Hayes

84351
LS02
Jun-13

Job No.
Sheet No.
Date

By
Ch'k.
App.

RG

ASDA HAYES LOADING SHEET


LOADING SHEET 2
Ultimate Limit State (ULS) = 1.4Gk +1.6Qk
Loading data inaccordance with:
BS 6399-1:1996 - Loadings for Buildings
ASDA Building Document: D&B 2008 - Standard & Stilted Store, 2nd Issue
Gk
kN/m2

L2

ROOFS

L 2.1

Main Roof
Dead Loads

Imposed Loads

Kalzip 500 Roof Cladding


180mm Thk Insulation
Corus TR30 Liner Tray
PV Panels (screw down; averaged over whole roof)
Services - ASDA Requirements
Steel Purlins

Plant Roof - Construction Phase


Dead Loads

Access Only

Imposed Loads

SMD TR60+
150 thk Composite Floor
75 thk Screed
0.075
Finishes etc
Services - ASDA Requirements

24

Plant Roof - Composite Phase

0.75
0.75

2.46

1.50
1.50

9.61

2.95
1.80
0.15
0.25

Construction
5.15

L 2.3

ULS
kN/m2

0.05
0.10
0.05
0.35
0.25
0.10

0.90

L 2.2

Qk
kN/m2

Dead Loads

Imposed Loads

SMD TR60+
150 thk Composite Floor
75 thk Screed
0.075
Finishes etc
Services - ASDA Requirements

24

2.90
1.80
0.15
0.25

Plant Area
5.10

L 2.4

Green Roof Front - Construction Phase


Dead Loads
150 thk Composite Floor

Imposed Loads

SMD TR60+

Construction

Green Roof Front - Composite Phase


SMD TR60+
Dead Loads
150 thk Composite Floor
Green Roof - Intensive
Services - ASDA Requirements

Imposed Loads

SERVICE YARD

L3.1

Service Yard Slab


Dead Loads

Roof Access

Imposed Loads

400 thk RC Slab


Finishes
Services

24

1.50
1.50

6.53

0.75
0.75

8.76

30.00
30.00

62.84

2.90
2.25
0.25

5.40

L3

19.14

2.95

2.95

L 2.5

7.50
7.50

0.4

9.60
0.50
0.50

ASDA Service Yard


10.60

FIRST FLOOR DEAD LOADING (EXCLUDING SELF WEIGHT)

FIRST FLOOR LIVE LOADING

MEZZANINE FLOOR DEAD LOADING (EXCLUDING SELF WEIGHT)

MEZZANINE FLOOR LIVE LOADING

PLANT ROOF DEAD LOADING (EXCLUDING SELF WEIGHT)

PLANT ROOF LIVE LOADING

ROOF DEAD LOADING (EXCLUDING SELF WEIGHT)

ROOF LIVE LOADING

GREEN ROOF DEAD LOADING (EXCLUDING SELF WEIGHT)

GREEN ROOF LIVE LOADING

SERVICE YARD WALKWAY DEAD LOADING (EXCLUDING SELF WEIGHT)

SERVICE YARD WALKWAY LIVE LOADING

3.

WindLoadingsandStability

ASDAWindLoadingsandStabilityIntroduction

Thefollowingpagesshowtheloadingsassumedinthedesignforthe
SuperstoreASDA,Hayes.

Building Wind Loadings were in accordance with British Standards


BS63991:1997 Loadings for Buildings Part 2: Code of practice for
windloads.

Dynamic wind pressures on the building were calculated using BREv


analysissoftwarewithinFastrakBuildingDesigner.

StabilityoftheSteelStructureisintheformofanarrangementofCHS
and Cross Flat bracing throughout the building to resist the lateral
actionofwindloads.FastrakBuildingDesignerwasusedtoverifythat
the active braces were sufficient to accommodate the wind design
loads applied to the model. Screenshots from the model and a
spreadsheet of all the bracing forces are attached, including worst
caseloads.

Project: ASDA Hayes

Job No.
Sheet No.
Date

84351
WL01
Aug-13

By
Ch'k.
App.

RG

ASDA HAYES WIND LOADING


Wind loads are calculated in accordance with BS 6399-2: 1997 using BREv modelling software

WIND
DIRECTION
NORTH
SOUTH
EAST
WEST

FASTRAK MODEL DIR.


REF.
180
0
90
270

MAX. NET WIND PRESSURE (kN/m sq)


Windward
0.852
0.777
0.810
0.888

Leeward
-0.539
-0.544
-0.544
-0.519

Roof
-1.243
-1.243
-1.243
-1.243

Zone A
-1.165
-1.155
-1.160
-1.165

Zone B
-0.777
-0.777
-0.773
-0.770

Zone C
-0.544
-0.544
-0.541
-0.541

WIND VORTEX ANALYSIS OF ASDA HAYES IN FASTRAK BUILDING DESIGNER

WORSTCASEBRACINGLOADINGCHS219x8

BR 5/17/128-6/17/396
BR 5/16/128-6/16/396
BR 1/Aa/8-6/6a/Aa
BR 6/11a/A-1/12a/A
BR 6/6a/A-1/A/8
BR 6/11a/A-36/12a/A
BR 9/6a/M-73/M/65
BR 6/R17/1-1/R17/3
BR 6/M/13-1/M/12
BR 1/M/14-6/M/13
BR 6/M/3-1/M/38
BR 3/46/229-6/46/229
BR 3/46/230-6/46/230
BR 11/M/16-11/M/15
BR 1/M/38-6/M/37
BR 9/R9/45-6/R9/5
BR 9/6a/M-6/M/38
BR 11/M/15-6/M/14
BR 1/1b/40-6/1b/R17
BR 2/1/43-6/43/84
BR 9/R9/45-48/R9/5
BR 48/R10/1-9/R11/1
BR 9/12/78-6/M/12
BR 6/R17/1-1/L/1
BR 13/T1/16-31/13/84
BR 48/R9/1-9/R9/45
BR 9/1/44-6/1/43
BR 1/E/16-6/F/16
BR 6/G/16-1/H/16
BR 1/12/78-6/78/93
BR 1/1/44-6/44/386
BR 6/M/36-1/M/65
BR 6/M/3-9/M/38
BR 11/A/16-6/B/16
BR 11/M/15-24/M/14
BR 6/M/16-1/M/14
BR 97/M/86-87/6/83
BR 68/L/8-87/6/83
BR 6/R10/1-1/R11/1
BR 87/R9/6-48/R9/5
BR 13/L/16-31/13/75
BR 6/R14/1-1/R13/1
BR 6/1/43-1/1/44
BR 9/R13/1-6/R14/1
BR 6/M/12-1/12/78
BR 106/R17/1-9/L/1
BR 41/12/83-51/M/11
BR 6/78/93-1/13/78
BR 6/1b/40-2/3/40
BR 11/16/77-6/M/16
BR 31/D/13-13/E/16
BR 6/T2/16-1/T1/16
BR 31/M/13-31/13/75
BR 13/J/16-31/K/13
BR 87/R5/6-68/8/86
BR 36/12a/A-31/13/84
BR 9/65/77-73/M/65
BR 9/R11/1-6/R10/1
BR 9/38/77-88/M/38
BR 13/A/16-11/B/16
BR 1/43/84-2/1/43
BR 92/A/5-6/6a/A
BR 6/Aa/8-2/A/8
BR 11/L/16-13/M/16
BR 57/10/83-65/M/9
BR 65/9/81-68/A/8
BR 31/M/13-41/12/83
BR 100/L/3-106/R17/1
BR 9/L/1-6/R17/1
BR 45/11a/A-41/12/84
BR 2/3/40-1/1b/40
BR 6/11a/Aa-9/11a/A
BR 6/11a/Aa-2/11a/A
BR 1/11a/Aa-2/11a/A
BR 6/12a/Aa-9/12a/A

Bracing Forces (Max/Min Values)


UC 203x203x60 S355
0.7
UC 203x203x60 S355
0.7
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.365
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.365
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.365
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 11.321
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.912
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.081
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.107
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
5.963
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 11.112
UKC 203x203x46 S355
1
UKC 203x203x46 S355
1
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
1.935
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.006
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.115
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.482
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.839
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
7.33
Flat 10x150
S275
3.945
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.115
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.812
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.544
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.576
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 10.896
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.674
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.065
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.598
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.598
Flat 10x150
S275
7.091
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
4.998
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.487
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 10.872
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.158
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
4.613
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
7.621
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 10.128
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 13.582
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.107
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
3.379
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
11.6
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.107
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.386
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.812
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.936
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
7.325
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 10.143
Flat 10x150
S275
5.319
Flat 10x150
S275
4.652
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.657
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
12.06
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
7.622
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.4
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
12.06
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 14.295
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
7.608
Flat 10x150
S275
6.134
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
8.812
Flat 10x150
S275
6.376
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.348
Flat 10x150
S275
4.342
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 11.713
Flat 10x150
S355
5.016
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 12.955
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 10.143
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
7.532
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355 10.092
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
9.033
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
6.162
CHS 219.1x8.0
S355
7.76
Flat 10x150
S275
4.993
Flat 10x150
S355
6.162
Flat 10x150
S355
5.016
Flat 10x150
S355
5.334
Flat 10x150
S355
6.162

225.7
234.5
250.8
58.1
168.6
216.6
194.7
139.2

55.3
240
307.4
119.6
133.9
211
33.5
14.9
19.9
58.9
211.7
48.8
101.4
75.7
249.8
233.6
82.9
109.5
232.8
56.9
35.4
6.1
352.2
11.6
15.9
265.7
101.9
20.5
309.8
339.6
100.4
346.2
63.6
45.6
84.4
30
16.4
12
348.8
16.3
19
21.3
18
59.1
183.6
41.3
9.7
132.1
144.7
16.1
10.6
8.6
26.8
47.9
13.3
164.9
29.4
77.8
35.8
19.8
60.2
37.4

-322.8
-301.4
-267.3
-225.9
-216.9
-180.7
-168
-156.1
-149.6
-145.8
-144.7
-132.8
-132.8
-123
-121.4
-119.6
-114.7
-112.8
-107.6
-102.8
-101.3
-99.5
-98.6
-97.4
-97.1
-96
-95.5
-93.9
-91.7
-91.5
-90.1
-90
-89
-85.5
-84.6
-83.4
-81.1
-80.7
-79.6
-75.3
-73.4
-64
-63.8
-62.5
-61.9
-61.3
-60.8
-60.4
-60.4
-60.4
-57.8
-56.2
-56.2
-55.4
-54.6
-53.7
-52.5
-50.5
-49.5
-49.1
-47.9
-47.8
-47.1
-43.6
-43.6
-42.8
-42.5
-42.3
-41.5
-40.7
-40.5
-39.1
-39.1
-38.2
-37.6

BR 6/65/77-7/M/65
BR 6/12a/Aa-1/12a/A
BR 6/6a/Aa-9/6a/A
BR 13/T2/16-31/C/13
BR 92/5/75-87/R5/6
BR 68/R10/8-87/R11/6
BR 12/M/12-9/12/78
BR 12/78/93-12/M/93
BR 1/65/77-2/M/65
BR 6/6a/Aa-1/6a/A
BR 6/Aa/8-9/A/8
BR 31/K/13-31/L/13
BR 1/38/77-6/65/77
BR 12/14/78-12/M/14
BR 11/M/15-13/M/16
BR 68/8/84-73/M/65
BR 31/13/75-31/L/13
BR 87/R13/6-68/R14/8
BR 9/13/78-12/M/13
BR 97/82/83-100/3/40
BR 6/43/84-1/44/84
BR 100/M/3-9/M/38
BR 2/A/8-1/Aa/8
BR 68/R12/8-87/R11/6
BR 65/M/9-68/8/84
BR 6/B/16-11/T1/16
BR 24/M/14-24/14/75
BR 9/13/78-6/M/13
BR 31/C/13-31/13/84
BR 1/11a/Aa-6/12a/Aa
BR 13/J/16-31/H/13
BR 87/6/83-88/M/38
BR 1/38/77-6/M/38
BR 79/R9/76-68/R10/8
BR 50/75/91-45/11a/A
BR 57/A/10-50/75/91
BR 36/12a/A-41/12/84
BR 13/M/16-24/14/75
BR 2/M/65-6/65/77
BR 100/R14/3-92/R15/5
BR 65/A/9-65/9/81
BR 31/13/84-31/A/13
BR 13/G/16-31/H/13
BR 9/78/93-6/12/78
BR 82/6a/75-87/R5/6
BR 68/R14/8-87/R15/6
BR 100/R17/3-97/82/83
BR 100/L/3-106/R15/1
BR 48/R14/1-9/R13/1
BR 13/T2/16-31/D/13
BR 88/M/38-9/6a/M
BR 87/A/6-92/5/75
BR 82/6a/75-68/R5/8
BR 87/R15/6-68/L/8
BR 87/R10/6-79/R9/76
BR 50/75/91-50/A/92
BR 7/M/65-9/65/77
BR 31/H/13-31/G/13
BR 57/A/10-65/9/81
BR 31/G/13-31/F/13
BR 13/A/16-31/13/84
BR 87/A/6-82/6a/75
BR 68/A/8-82/6a/75
BR 11/T1/16-6/T2/16
BR 31/F/13-13/G/16
BR 51/M/11-57/10/83
BR 87/R14/6-92/R15/5
BR 68/8/86-87/R9/6
BR 2/13/78-6/M/13
BR 82/6a/M-87/6/83
BR 12/78/93-9/12/78
BR 82/6a/A-82/6a/75
BR 6/78/93-9/13/78
BR 41/12/83-40/M/85
BR 31/C/13-31/D/13
BR 31/E/13-31/D/13
BR 31/E/13-31/F/13
BR 11/T1/16-13/T2/16
BR 24/14/75-31/M/13

Flat 10x150
Flat 10x150
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
Flat 10x150
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0

S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355

4.274
6.576
6.162
10.628
3.697
14.295
5.867
5.1
4.621
6.576
6.162
7.2
10.997
5.1
2.783
7.147
6.4
14.295
5.867
5.09
8.386
11.456
5.334
14.295
7.346
7.849
6.4
6.544
6.612
9.365
12.06
6.502
6.013
6.491
7.598
10.228
7.75
8.774
4.25
11.172
6.613
6.613
12.06
6.709
4.279
14.295
3.81
11.012
8.812
10.072
7.197
7.356
8.304
14.295
6.491
6.613
4.274
7.2
10.279
7.2
11.718
7.665
10.459
8.139
12.06
10.042
8.44
13.1
5.478
7.482
6.05
6.613
4.797
6.592
7.2
7.2
7.2
6.325
7.379

21.3
42.9
36.8
2.4
10.2
36.2
96.7
23.2
90.9
60.3
36.4
9.1
55.9
23.8
30.6
21
9.6
17.8
21.6
2
60.3
75.4
68.8
13.9
41.9
113.2
18.9
34.5
26.5
133.3
43.5
19.5
77.5
17.9
33.8
18.5
52.5
16.9
42.5
23.3
20.2
18.1
7.4
14.5
17.8
8
57.1
32
59.9
25.8
100.3
38
4.7
59.1
12.8
19.4
47.1
42.8
37.6
41.4
12.1
7.7
28.3
101.3
10.9
27
13.9
36.9
12.8
13.4
4.6
7.4
17.8
6
25.3
38
37.9
53.6
33.2

-37.4
-35.5
-35.3
-35
-34.7
-34.6
-33.6
-33.2
-33
-32.9
-32.8
-32.6
-32.2
-31.7
-31.5
-31.1
-30.6
-30.5
-30.1
-30
-29.7
-29.4
-28.3
-28.2
-27.9
-24.8
-24.8
-24.5
-23.7
-23.5
-23.5
-23.4
-22.7
-22.2
-21.9
-21.9
-21.7
-21.6
-21.4
-20.8
-20.8
-20.3
-20.3
-20.2
-20.1
-19.8
-19.7
-18.9
-18.4
-17.7
-17.6
-17.3
-17
-16.3
-16.3
-15.5
-15.2
-15.1
-14.9
-14.8
-14.6
-14.6
-14.5
-13.7
-13.4
-12.7
-12.6
-11.8
-11.8
-11.5
-10.8
-10.7
-10.3
-10.2
-10.1
-9.4
-9.3
-8.8
-8.7

BR 106/R15/1-100/R14/3
BR 92/R15/5-92/R14/5
BR 32/J/84-31/K/13
BR 12/12/78-12/M/12
BR 51/M/11-50/78/93
BR 31/H/13-32/J/84
BR 12/16/77-12/M/16
BR 97/M/86-100/3/40
BR 9/38/77-6/M/38
BR 13/L/16-31/K/13
BR 6/12a/Aa-9/11a/Aa
BR 12/13/78-12/M/13
BR 97/M/86-97/82/83
BR 65/M/9-65/9/82
BR 73/M/65-73/77/78
BR 16/M/15-24/14/75
BR 6/65/77-9/38/77
BR 12/13/78-9/78/93
BR 9/6a/M-6/M/65
BR 68/R12/8-87/R13/6
BR 9/1/44-48/1/43
BR 36/12a/A-36/12a/77
BR 6/M/16-6/16/77
BR 45/11a/A-45/11a/75
BR 9/38/77-73/65/77
BR 82/6a/75-82/6a/R5
BR 79/R10/75-79/R9/76
BR 87/6/83-73/M/65
BR 13/E/16-31/F/13
BR 11/M/15-11/M/14
BR 9/Aa/8-6/6a/Aa
BR 13/T2/16-32/154/155
BR 12/78/92-12/M/92

CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
Flat 10x150
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0

Brace Name
BR 11/M/15-6/M/16
BR 31/C/13-13/T1/16
BR 13/T1/16-32/152/153

Section Size
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0
CHS 219.1x8.0

S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S275
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355
S355

11.012
13.9
-8.6
7.8
5.7
-8.6
7.2
24.6
-8.4
5.1
4.9
-8.3
6.4
4.2
-8
7.2
21.9
-7.6
3.75
18.7
-7.3
4.242
12.4
-7.3
5.556
55.1
-7.1
12.06
56.7
-7
9.079
29
-6.8
5.1
6.3
-6.8
6.4
23.1
-6.7
6.4
1.2
-5.2
6.4
3.6
-4.8
7.582
3.8
-4.7
10.754
32.5
-3.9
3.822
14.1
-3.4
6.405
225.5
-3.3
14.295
24.7
-2.7
8.065
137.2
-2.4
6.613
4.5
-2.2
3.75
33.5
-1.9
6.613
1.5
-1.9
11.064
0.6
-1.9
1.812
0.5
-1.9
2.5
1.6
-1.7
10.881
31.5
-1
12.06
27.2
-1
4.064
2.3
-0.8
9.079
1
-0.8
9.739
0.1
-0.1
5.1
0
0
[m]
[kN]
[kN]
Grade Length Max Comp Max Tens
S355
5.831
174.3
S355
9.806
39.6
S355
9.739
0.2

4.

Service Yard Design

5.

FirstFloorDesign

ASDAFirstFloorDesignIntroduction

For all calculations the analysis and design of steel and composite steel beams
were performed using Fastrak Building Designer in accordance with British
StandardsBS59501:2000StructuraluseofsteelworkinbuildingPart1:Codeof
practice for design Rolled and welded sections. BS5950 is the document
combining the codes of practice the design, construction, fire resistance of steel
structuresandspecificationsformaterials,workmanshipanderection.

TheentireslabatthislevelcomprisesofCompositeslabdesignedinaccordance
with British Standards BS59503:1990 Structural use of steelwork in building
Part 3: Design in composite construction Code of practice for design of simple
andcontinuouscompositebeamsincludingtherevised2010amendment.

The design of the main floor is a 150mm composite SMD TR60+ profiled metal
deck spanning over secondary support beams. Primary beams transfer the load
fromthesecondary beamsdirectlyintotheUCcolumns.Reinforcementbarsare
provided in each case over the supports in addition to the mesh and studs
required,enablingtheslabtoperformatthedesiredlevel.

Calculations on the following pages show the beam layout and the loadings
specifiedinthepreviouschapterappliedtothestructure.Thedesignresultsare
shownforaseriesoftypicalbeamsthroughoutthefloorlevel.Allthosebeamsin
thefinalbuildingdesignbutnotinthischapterpassedalldesignchecks.

Dead and live loads varied throughout floor. The slab thickness rises to 250mm
thickatthebackofhousetoaccommodatefortheincreasedrequiredliveloadas
shown.
2

TYPICAL COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR BEAM 1B8 533x165x74 UB

TYPICAL COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR BEAM 1B28 838x292x194 UB

TYPICAL FIRST FLOOR BEAM 1B18 914x419x388 UB

TYPICAL COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR BEAM 1B30 762x267x173 UB

TYPICAL COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR BEAM 1B49 406x178x54 UB

TYPICAL COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR BEAM 1B26 838x292x176 UB

6.

MezzanineFloorDesign

ASDAMezzanineFloorDesignIntroduction

For all calculations the analysis and design of steel and composite steel beams
were performed using Fastrak Building Designer in accordance with British
StandardsBS59501:2000StructuraluseofsteelworkinbuildingPart1:Codeof
practice for design Rolled and welded sections. BS5950 is the document
combining the codes of practice the design, construction, fire resistance of steel
structuresandspecificationsformaterials,workmanshipanderection.

TheentireslabatthislevelcomprisesofCompositeslabdesignedinaccordance
with British Standards BS59503:1990 Structural use of steelwork in building
Part 3: Design in composite construction Code of practice for design of simple
andcontinuouscompositebeamsincludingtherevised2010amendment.

The design of the floor is a 150mm composite SMD TR60+ profiled metal deck
spanning over secondary support beams. Primary beams transfer the load from
the secondary beams directly into the UC columns. Reinforcement bars are
provided in each case over the supports in addition to the mesh and studs
required,enablingtheslabtoperformatthedesiredlevel.

Calculations on the following pages show the beam layout and the loadings
specifiedinthepreviouschapterappliedtothestructure.Thedesignresultsare
shownforaseriesoftypicalbeamsthroughoutthefloorlevel.Allthosebeamsin
thefinalbuildingdesignbutnotinthischapterpassedalldesignchecks.

TYPICAL MEZZANINE FLOOR BEAM 2B4 406x140x39 UB

TYPICAL MEZZANINE FLOOR BEAM 2B6 457x191x74 UB

TYPICAL MEZZANINE FLOOR BEAM 2B7 610x229x140 UB

7.

PlantRoofDesign

ASDAPlantRoofDesignIntroduction

For all calculations the analysis and design of steel and composite steel beams
were performed using Fastrak Building Designer in accordance with British
StandardsBS59501:2000StructuraluseofsteelworkinbuildingPart1:Codeof
practice for design Rolled and welded sections. BS5950 is the document
combining the codes of practice the design, construction, fire resistance of steel
structuresandspecificationsformaterials,workmanshipanderection.

TheentireslabatthislevelcomprisesofCompositeslabdesignedinaccordance
with British Standards BS59503:1990 Structural use of steelwork in building
Part 3: Design in composite construction Code of practice for design of simple
andcontinuouscompositebeamsincludingtherevised2010amendment.

The design of the floor is a 150mm composite SMD TR60+ profiled metal deck
spanning over secondary support beams. Primary beams transfer the load from
the secondary beams directly into the UC columns. Reinforcement bars are
provided in each case over the supports in addition to the mesh and studs
required,enablingtheslabtoperformatthedesiredlevel.

Calculations on the following pages show the beam layout and the loadings
specifiedinthepreviouschapterappliedtothestructure.Thedesignresultsare
shownforaseriesoftypicalbeamsthroughoutthefloorlevel.Allthosebeamsin
thefinalbuildingdesignbutnotinthischapterpassedalldesignchecks.

TYPICAL PLANT ROOF BEAM RB5 356x171x45 UB

TYPICAL PLANT ROOF BEAM RB10 533x210x122 UB

TYPICAL PLANT ROOF BEAM RB27 610x178x82 UB

8.

MainRoofDesign

ASDAMainRoofDesignIntroduction

For all calculations the analysis and design of steel and composite steel beams
were performed using Fastrak Building Designer in accordance with British
StandardsBS59501:2000StructuraluseofsteelworkinbuildingPart1:Codeof
practice for design Rolled and welded sections. BS5950 is the document
combining the codes of practice for the design, construction, fire resistance of
steelstructuresandspecificationsformaterials,workmanshipanderection.

The design of the floor consists of an arrangement of purlins supporting a


lightweight roof. Despite minimal loading, heavily weighted steel sections are
demanded by the large spans in thesteel roofstructure. The deepsteel sections
accommodateCHStubularbracingandfullyrestrainedbythepurlins.

Calculations on the following pages show the beam layout and the loadings
specifiedinthepreviouschapterappliedtothestructure.Thedesignresultsare
shownforaseriesoftypicalbeamsthroughoutthefloorlevel.Allthosebeamsin
thefinalbuildingdesignbutnotinthischapterpassedalldesignchecks.

TYPICAL ROOF BEAM RB20 762x267x134 UB

TYPICAL ROOF BEAM RB19 762x267x147 UB

TYPICAL ROOF BEAM RB1 610x229x140 UB

9.

FrontGreenRoofDesign

ASDAFrontGreenRoofDesignIntroduction

For all calculations the analysis and design of steel and composite steel beams
were performed using Fastrak Building Designer in accordance with British
StandardsBS59501:2000StructuraluseofsteelworkinbuildingPart1:Codeof
practice for design Rolled and welded sections. BS5950 is the document
combining the codes of practice the design, construction, fire resistance of steel
structuresandspecificationsformaterials,workmanshipanderection.

TheentireslabatthislevelcomprisesofCompositeslabdesignedinaccordance
with British Standards BS59503:1990 Structural use of steelwork in building
Part 3: Design in composite construction Code of practice for design of simple
andcontinuouscompositebeamsincludingtherevised2010amendment.

The design of the floor is a 150mm composite SMD TR60+ profiled metal deck
spanning over secondary support beams. Primary beams transfer the load from
the secondary beams directly into the UC columns. Reinforcement bars are
provided in each case over the supports in addition to the mesh and studs
required,enablingtheslabtoperformatthedesiredlevel.

Calculations on the following pages show the beam layout and the loadings
specifiedinthepreviouschapterappliedtothestructure.Thedesignresultsare
shownforaseriesoftypicalbeamsthroughoutthefloorlevel.Allthosebeamsin
thefinalbuildingdesignbutnotinthischapterpassedalldesignchecks.

TYPICAL COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR BEAM 2B5 610x229x101 UB

TYPICAL COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR BEAM 2B26 914x305x224 UB

10. ServiceYardWalkwayDesign

ASDAServiceYardWalkwayDesignIntroduction

For all calculations the analysis and design of steel and composite steel beams
were performed using Fastrak Building Designer in accordance with British
StandardsBS59501:2000StructuraluseofsteelworkinbuildingPart1:Codeof
practice for design Rolled and welded sections. BS5950 is the document
combining the codes of practice the design, construction, fire resistance of steel
structuresandspecificationsformaterials,workmanshipanderection.

The service yard walkway comprises relatively short span beams in a small
structureatthebackoftheASDAstoreprimarilyusedasaloadingarea.Directly
abovethewalkwayisacanopysupportingagreenroof.Assuchthearrangement
ofbeamsissimilarforbothlevelsofstructure,supportedofUCcolumns.

Calculations on the following pages show the beam layout and the loadings
specifiedinthepreviouschapterappliedtothestructure.Thedesignresultsare
shownforaseriesoftypicalbeamsthroughoutthefloorlevel.Allthosebeamsin
thefinalbuildingdesignbutnotinthischapterpassedalldesignchecks.

TYPICAL SERVICE YARD WALKWAY BEAM 1B7 305x165x54 UB

TYPICAL SERVICE YARD WALKWAY BEAM 1B24 305x165x40 UB

TYPICAL SERVICE YARD WALKWAY BEAM 1B53 356x171x67 UB

TYPICAL SERVICE YARD WALKWAY ROOF BEAM 2B30 PRIMARY 305x127x37 UB

TYPICAL SERVICE YARD WALKWAY ROOF BEAM 2B30 SECONDARY 305x127x37 UB

TYPICAL SERVICE YARD WALKWAY ROOF BEAM 2B1 203x133x25 UB

11. SteelColumnDesign

ASDAColumnDesignIntroduction

Forallcalculationstheanalysisanddesignofsteelcolumnswereperformedusing
Fastrak Building Designer in accordance with British Standards BS59501:2000
StructuraluseofsteelworkinbuildingPart1:CodeofpracticefordesignRolled
andweldedsections.BS5950isthedocumentcombiningthecodesofpracticethe
design, construction, fire resistance of steel structures and specifications for
materials,workmanshipanderection.

TYPICALCOLUMNDESIGNC1EXTERNAL356x368x153UCLOCATIONANDDESIGNRESULTS

TYPICALCOLUMNDESIGNC2INTERNAL305x305x158UC&254x254x73UCLOCATIONANDDESIGNRESULTS

TYPICALCOLUMNDESIGNC3INTERNAL356x368x202UCLOCATIONANDDESIGNRESULTS

12. FoundationDesign

ASDAFoundationDesignIntroduction

Themajority of padfoundationsare mass concrete to support thestructure and


whererequiredreinforcedconcretefootingshavebeenused.Forallcalculations
the analysis and design of pad foundations were performed in accordance with
BritishStandardsBS81101:1997Structuraluseofconcrete.

Pad foundations were designed using SLS Column loads from Fastrak Building
Designer.ForeachcolumnthebaseplatedesignwasoutsidethescopeofFairhurst
structuraldesignworksbutdesignedalsousingtheseloads.

The following calculations are for typical pad footings designed assuming the
allowable soil pressure q= 200kn/m2 and that the column load spreads at a
maximum angle of 45 degrees for a mass concrete footing and maximum 30
degrees for a reinforced concrete footing. Attached is a typical calculation for a
padfootingsupportinganinternalcolumnandalsoforthereinforcedpadfooting.
Allotherfootingsweredesignedinexactlythesamewayandthencategorisedas
perattachedmarkup.

Whereappropriatestripfootingsweredesignedtospanbetweenmajorfootings
topickupsmallercolumnsandtosupportminimallineloading.

Do not scale from this drawing.

NOTES:

7800

7800

1000x1250dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

R6

7800

5600

R7

2200

2800

R9
2500

1228

250thk SHEAR WALL.

R8

R10

R11

2500

7800

7800

7800

A
2500

1000x2000dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.
1000

2882

700

942

12501250

600x1450dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

1797

300

2000

3460

4763

2763

600x1000dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTINGS.

8315

10746

4
Y

STEP IN
FOUNDATION.

747

3265

3253

300

4535

1400 1400

D
1250

3650

12501250

12501250
EQ EQ

2500

Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Reinforced Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete
Mass Concrete

Refer To Plan

750

1500

T.O.C +30.900 m

600x1000dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTINGS.

FOUNDATION DEPTHS SHOWN IN TABLE ABOVE ARE MINIMUM DESIGN DEPTHS


AND FOUNDING LEVELS SHOULD BEAR A MINIMUM OF 300mm INTO VIRGIN GRAVEL FINAL DEPTHS SUBJECT TO FURTHER INVESTIGATION.
750x1300dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

ALL FOUNDATIONS CENTRAL ABOUT COLUMN CENTRE LINES UNLESS NOTED


OTHERWISE.

600x1300dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

C
1115

DENOTES FOUNDATIONS T.O.C - 30.900m

500

1368

632

STEP IN
FOUNDATION.

DENOTES FOUNDATIONS T.O.C - 31.600m

DENOTES PAD/STRIP FOUNDATIONS TO BE VIBRO STONE PILED BEFORE


EXCAVATION FOR NEW FOUNDATIONS. ALL FOUNDATION DEPTHS AS NOTED IN
CURRENT SCHEDULE ABOVE.

EQ EQ
T.O.C +30.900 m

LIFT PIT SIZE


AND DEPTH TO
BE CONFIRMED.

2000mm Trench
Foundation
2500 x 2500 x 1250
2900 x 3700 x 2000
2900 x 2900 x 1450
2600 x 2600 x 1300
2000 x 2000 x 1000
3300 x 2800 x 1400
2500 x 3700 x 1250
4700 x 3200 x 1600
5670 x 2600 x 1300
3800 x 3800 x 1900
5400 x 2600 x 2000
4750 x 2000 x 1000
4000 x 2000 x 1000
5075 x 3200 x 1600
4200 x 4200 x 2100
3300 x 3300 x 1650
2700 x 2700 x 1350
2800 x 2800 x 1400
7000 x 5050 x 2000
2000mm Dp
3800 x 2500 x 1250
4900 x 2500 x 1250
2800 x 4000 x 1400

Comments

1000

1000

1000
12501250

1000

1250
1250 1250

632

1000

12501250

1250

7a

546

1954

Concrete
Type/Grade

DENOTES FOUNDATIONS T.O.C - 30.500m


1368

1148

1250 1250

1250 1250

6a

1250 1250

T.O.C +30.900 m

5051
R
PL EFE
AN R
T TO
SL D
AB RG
DE 84
TA 35
IL 1-3
S. 0
0
FO
R

Minimum Size &


Depth

300

A
AA
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
ZZ

3A

2148

ZZ

7800

600x1000dp TRENCH
FOOTINGS.

1000x1250dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

2450

220

1530

2045
2155

624

2842

(TYP) (TYP)

3850

(TYP) (TYP)

4130

Ref:

7523

1b

3670

Structural Foundation Schedule

ALLOWANCE TO BE MADE FOR


RETAINING TO THIS ZONE AS
NOTED ON 84351_312.

250thk SHEAR WALL.


12501250

2894

300

3750

250thk SHEAR WALL.

1e

ALL WORK TO COMPLY WITH THE RELEVANT BRITISH


STANDARDS, CODES OF PRACTICE AND THE BUILDING
REGULATIONS.

500thk SHEAR WALL.

1500 1948

750x500 RC COL TO
SHEAR WALL ONLY.

220

5200

250

1a

4100

4.

4406

(TYP)

2073

500x500sq RC
COLUMNS TO
SERVICE YARD AND
RAMP U.N.O. (TYP)

4100

250thk SHEAR WALL.

1c
1000x2000dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

4600

THIS DRAWING TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL


RELEVANT ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS AND SPECIALIST
DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.

2500

1948

R18

3.

2501

8404

7800

R17

DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING. WORK TO FIGURED


DIMENSIONS ONLY.

4906

1802
1500x1250dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

1500

7800

500thk SHEAR WALL.

750
1000x1250dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

R15

7800

2302

1250

3900

R14

2.

1927

R13

750x500 RC COL TO
SHEAR WALL ONLY.

1d
250thk SHEAR
WALL.

R12

2001

625

R5

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETRES (mm).

1404

7800

R4

6999

R3

1904

R2

(TYP)

R1

1.

T.O.C +30.900 m

T.O.C +30.900 m

T.O.C +30.900 m

T.O.C +30.900 m

T.O.C +30.900 m

7800

R1

R2

R3

10

T.O.C +30.500 m

7800

T.O.C +30.500 m

T.O.C +30.500 m

T.O.C +30.500 m

T.O.C +30.500 m

T.O.C +30.500 m

T.O.C +30.500 m

11
D

7800

E
T.O.C +30.500 m

11a
C

600x1000dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTINGS.

12

C12 14.05.14 DS
750x1600dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

EQ EQ

400mm STEP IN
SOFFIT OF BEAM.

400mm STEP IN
TOP OF BEAM.
1000

13
T.O.C +30.500 m

3670

C11 02.04.14 DE
C10 21.03.14 DE

12a

500

7800

T.O.C +30.500 m

750x2000dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

14

4200

3220

600

1000

C12
450wd x 2000dp MASS CONCRETE STRIP FOUNDATION.
800

17

#.
C12

T1

#.

#.

#.

7295

250thk RC BASE
AND WALLS TO
TRAVELATOR PIT.
T.O.C +30.400 m

#.

#.

#.

#.

T2

250thk RC STAIRCASE
SUPPORT WALL.

T3

T4

T5

T.O.C 30.900 TO
FOUNDATIONS
BETWEEN GRIDS
16 & 17 U.N.O

FOUNDATION REDUCED TO
950dp BELOW TRAVELATOR
PIT ONLY.

T6

19.02.14 DE

NMcS

C8

29.01.14 DE

NMcS

C7

05.12.13 PS

NMcS

C6

29.11.13 PS

NMcS

C5

03.10.13 DE

NMcS TABLE AMENDED AS CLOUDED.

C4

02.10.13 DE

C3

13.09.13 DV

C2

02.09.13 DV

C1

16.08.13 DV

NMcS FOUNDATIONS & PERIMETER LEVELS


GENERALLY UPDATED
RG FOUNDATION TYPE L OMITTED FROM
LEGEND & FOUNDATION TYPE N
ADDED TO LEGEND.
RG FOUNDATION SIZES & T.O.C.LEVELS
REVISED.
RG CONSTRUCTION ISSUE.

T1

26.04.13 DJE

T7

By

TENDER ISSUE.

Chkd. Revision notes

IN ADDITION TO THE HAZARD/RISKS NORMALLY ASSOCIATED WITH


THE TYPES OF WORK DETAILED ON THIS DRAWING, NOTE THE
FOLLOWING RISKS AND INFORMATION.

1000x2000dp MASS
CONCRETE STRIP
FOOTING.

TE

RISKS LISTED HERE ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE. REFER TO DESIGN


ASSESSMENT FORM No:

CONTRACTOR TO BE AWARE OF THE POSSIBLE


PRESENCE OF ASBESTOS ON SITE.
CONSTRUCTION

2438

CONTRACTOR TO BE AWARE OF BURIED


SERVICES. CONTRACTOR TO CARRY OUT
SUBSCAN PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF WORKS.

DEMOLITION

T9a

T8

Date

RM

SAFTEY HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION

A
700

#.

3472

600
ST wd x
RIP 20
FO 00d
UN p M
DA AS
TIO S C
ON
N.
CR
E

AA

FOUNDATION ZZ ADDED. NOTE


ADDED. TRAVELATOR MID HEIGHT
FOUNDATION SUPPORT ADDED.
SHEAR WALL MOVED.
FOUNDATION DEPTHS AND T.O.C
LEVELS AMENDED.
REVISED TO SUIT TV07 CLICK AND
COLLECT BAY FOUNDATIONS ADDED.
REVISED TO SUIT TV07.

C9

Mark

2990

300thk RC BASE &


250thk WALLS TO
PRECAST LIFT PIT.
T.O.C 30.250

25.77

#.

375

#.

T.O.C +31.445 m

600wd x 2000Dp MASS


CONCRETE TRENCH
FOUNDATIONS. REDUCED
LOCALLY UNDER LIFT PIT.

T.O.C +30.900 m

450w
CON d x 2000
FOU CRETE dp MAS
S
S
NDA
TION TRIP
.

513

#.

2721

1815

#.

T.O.C 30.900 TO
FOUNDATIONS BETWEEN
GRIDS 16 & 17 U.N.O

4860

8500

#.

5770

16

2223

T.O.C +30.900 m

600wd x 2000dp MASS CONCRETE


STRIP FOUNDATION UNDER
TRAVELATOR MID HEIGHT
SUPPORT.
EQ

EQ

1000

C
377

1870

15

T.O.C +31.650 m

380

4130

250thk R.C. SLAB TO BASE OF


ATMS. TO BE CONFIRMED BY
OTHERS.

ALL BEAMS DENOTED THUS #


ALONG GRIDS 16 & 17 TO BE
450wd x 2000dp MASS CONCRETE
STRIP FOUNDATION.

NMcS LIFT PIT LOCATIONS AMENDED.


VIBRO STONE PILING LOCATIONS
NOTED. BOREHOLE AND TRIAL PIT
NMcS LOCATIONS REMOVED.
BOREHOLE AND TRIAL PIT
NMcS LOCATIONS ADDED FOR REFERENCE.

FOUNDATIONS IN
THIS AREA
GENERALLY 2000mm
DP U.N.O.

T9

T10 T10a

T11

T12

FOR INFORMATION RELATING TO USE, CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE


SEE HEALTH AND SAFTEY FILE.

IT IS ASSUMED THAT ALL WORKS WILL BE CARRIED OUT BY


A COMPETENT CONTRACTOR WORKING, WHERE
APPROPRIATE, TO AN APPROVED METHOD STATEMEMT.

Aa

Project Title:

ASDA, HAYES

FOUNDATION

Drawing Title:

1 : 200

FOUNDATION LAYOUT
OPTION 1.

T.O.C = TOP OF CONCRETE LEVEL.

Client:

BRITISH STEEL PENSION FUND

25 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0PP


Tel: 020 7828 8205 Fax: 020 7828 9207 www.fairhurstgga.co.uk

Scale at A0:

Status:

1:200

CONSTRUCTION

Drawn:

Checked:

DJE

CONSTRUCTION ISSUE

Approved:

RM

Date:

Date:

APRIL 13

APRIL 13

NMcS
Date:

APRIL 13
Revision:

Drawing No.:

84351 - 500

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PAD FOOTING ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (BS8110-1:1997)


TEDDS calculation version 2.0.03.00

1050

3985

1050

1185

1050

1050

3885

1285

Pad footing details


Length of pad footing;

L = 5670 mm

Width of pad footing;

B = 2600 mm

Area of pad footing;

A = L B = 14.742 m2

Depth of pad footing;

h = 1300 mm

Depth of soil over pad footing;

hsoil = 450 mm

Density of concrete;

conc = 23.6 kN/m3

Column details

Column A

Column B

Column base length;

lA = 500 mm;

lB = 500 mm
bB = 500 mm

Column base width;

bA = 500 mm;

Column eccentricity in x;

ePxA = -1400 mm;

ePxB = 1300 mm

Column eccentricity in y;

ePyA = 0 mm;

ePyB = 0 mm

Soil details
Density of soil;

soil = 20.0 kN/m3

Design shear strength;

= 25.0 deg

Design base friction;

= 19.3 deg

Allowable bearing pressure;

Pbearing = 220 kN/m2

Axial loading on columns

Column A

Column B

Dead axial load on column;

PGA = 328.0 kN;

PGB = 650.0 kN

Imposed axial load on column;

PQA = 705.0 kN;

PQB = 650.0 kN

Wind axial load on column;

PWA = 0.0 kN;

PWB = 0.0 kN

Total axial load on column;

PA = 1033.0 kN;

PB = 1300.0 kN

Foundation loads
Dead surcharge load;

FGsur = 0.000 kN/m2

Imposed surcharge load;

FQsur = 0.000 kN/m2

Pad footing self weight;

Fswt = h conc = 30.680 kN/m2

Soil self weight;

Fsoil = hsoil soil = 9.000 kN/m2

Total foundation load;

F = A (FGsur + FQsur + Fswt + Fsoil) = 585.0 kN

Calculate pad base reaction


Total base reaction;

T = F + PA + PB = 2918.0 kN

Eccentricity of base reaction in x;

eTx = (PAePxA + PBePxB + MxA + MxB + (HxA + HxB)h) / T = 84 mm

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eTy = (PAePyA + PBePyB + MyA + MyB + (HyA + HyB)h) / T = 0 mm

Check pad base reaction eccentricity


abs(eTx) / L + abs(eTy) / B = 0.015
Base reaction acts within middle third of base
Calculate pad base pressures
q1 = T / A - 6 T eTx / (L A) - 6 T eTy / (B A) = 180.435 kN/m2
q2 = T / A - 6 T eTx / (L A) + 6 T eTy / (B A) = 180.435 kN/m2
q3 = T / A + 6 T eTx / (L A) - 6 T eTy / (B A) = 215.436 kN/m2
q4 = T / A + 6 T eTx / (L A) + 6 T eTy / (B A) = 215.436 kN/m2
qmin = min(q1, q2, q3, q4) = 180.435 kN/m2

Minimum base pressure;

qmax = max(q1, q2, q3, q4) = 215.436 kN/m2


PASS - Maximum base pressure is less than allowable bearing pressure

Maximum base pressure;

180.4 kN/m

180.4 kN/m

215.4 kN/m

215.4 kN/m

Partial safety factors for loads


Partial safety factor for dead loads;

fG = 1.40

Partial safety factor for imposed loads;

fQ = 1.60

Partial safety factor for wind loads;

fW = 0.00

Ultimate axial loading on columns


Ultimate axial load on column A;

PuA = PGA fG + PQA fQ + PWA fW = 1587.2 kN

Ultimate axial load on column B;

PuB = PGB fG + PQB fQ + PWB fW = 1950.0 kN

Ultimate foundation loads


Ultimate foundation load;

Fu = A [(FGsur + Fswt + Fsoil) fG + FQsur fQ] = 818.9 kN

Ultimate horizontal loading on column A


Ultimate horizontal load in x direction;

HxuA = HGxA fG + HQxA fQ + HWxA fW = 0.0 kN

Ultimate horizontal load in y direction;

HyuA = HGyA fG + HQyA fQ + HWyA fW = 0.0 kN

Ultimate horizontal loading on column B


Ultimate horizontal load in x direction;

HxuB = HGxB fG + HQxB fQ + HWxB fW = 0.0 kN

Ultimate horizontal load in y direction;

HyuB = HGyB fG + HQyB fQ + HWyB fW = 0.0 kN

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Ultimate moment on column A


Ultimate moment on column in x direction;

MxuA = MGxA fG + MQxA fQ + MWxA fW = 0.000 kNm

Ultimate moment on column in y direction;

MyuA = MGyA fG + MQyA fQ + MWyA fW = 0.000 kNm

Ultimate moment on column B


Ultimate moment on column in x direction;

MxuB = MGxB fG + MQxB fQ + MWxB fW = 0.000 kNm

Ultimate moment on column in y direction;

MyuB = MGyB fG + MQyB fQ + MWyB fW = 0.000 kNm

Calculate ultimate pad base reaction


Ultimate base reaction;

Tu = Fu + PuA + PuB = 4356.1 kN

Eccentricity of ultimate base reaction in x;

eTxu = (PuAePxA+PuBePxB+MxuA+MxuB+(HxuA+HxuB)h)/Tu = 72 mm

Eccentricity of ultimate base reaction in y;

eTyu = (PuAePyA+PuBePyB+MyuA+MyuB+(HyuA+HyuB)h)/Tu = 0 mm

Calculate ultimate pad base pressures


q1u = Tu/A - 6TueTxu/(LA) - 6TueTyu/(BA) = 273.030 kN/m2
q2u = Tu/A - 6TueTxu/(LA) + 6Tu eTyu/(BA) = 273.030 kN/m2
q3u = Tu/A + 6TueTxu/(LA) - 6TueTyu/(BA) = 317.954 kN/m2
q4u = Tu/A + 6TueTxu/(LA) + 6TueTyu/(BA) = 317.954 kN/m2
Minimum ultimate base pressure;

qminu = min(q1u, q2u, q3u, q4u) = 273.030 kN/m2

Maximum ultimate base pressure;

qmaxu = max(q1u, q2u, q3u, q4u) = 317.954 kN/m2

Calculate rate of change of base pressure in x direction


Left hand base reaction;

fuL = (q1u + q2u) B / 2 = 709.879 kN/m

Right hand base reaction;

fuR = (q3u + q4u) B / 2 = 826.681 kN/m

Length of base reaction;

Lx = L = 5670 mm

Rate of change of base pressure;

Cx = (fuR - fuL) / Lx = 20.600 kN/m/m

Calculate pad lengths in x direction


Left hand length;

LL = L / 2 + min(ePxA, ePxB) = 1435 mm

Middle length;

LM = max(ePxA, ePxB) - min(ePxA, ePxB) = 2700 mm

Right hand length;

LR = L / 2 - max(ePxA, ePxB) = 1535 mm

Calculate shear forces in x direction


Shear at left hand column;

SL = fuL LL + Cx LL2 / 2 - Fu LL / L = 832.622 kN

Shear at right hand column;

SR = fuL (LL + LM) + Cx (LL + LM)2 / 2 - PuA - Fu (LL + LM) / L =

927.022 kN
Calculate ultimate moments in x direction
Ultimate moment in x direction;

Mx = fuRLR2/2-CxLR3/6-FuLR2/(2L) = 791.344 kNm

Calculate rate of change of base pressure in y direction


Top edge base reaction;

fuT = (q2u + q4u) L / 2 = 1675.441 kN/m

Bottom edge base reaction;

fuB = (q1u + q3u) L / 2 = 1675.441 kN/m

Length of base reaction;

Ly = B = 2600 mm

Rate of change of base pressure;

Cy = (fuB - fuT) / Ly = 0.000 kN/m/m

Calculate pad lengths in y direction


Top length;

LT = B / 2 - ePyA = 1300 mm

Bottom length;

LB = B / 2 + ePyA = 1300 mm

Calculate ultimate moments in y direction


Ultimate moment in y direction;

My = fuTLT2/2+CyLT3/6-FuLT2/(2B) = 1149.590 kNm

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Material details
Characteristic strength of concrete;

fcu = 40 N/mm2

Characteristic strength of reinforcement;

fy = 500 N/mm2

Characteristic strength of shear reinforcement;

fyv = 500 N/mm2

Nominal cover to reinforcement;

cnom = 50 mm

Moment design in x direction


Diameter of tension reinforcement;

xB = 25 mm

Depth of tension reinforcement;

dx = h - cnom - xB / 2 = 1238 mm

Design formula for rectangular beams (cl 3.4.4.4)


Kx = Mx / (B dx2 fcu) = 0.005
Kx = 0.156
Kx < Kx' compression reinforcement is not required
Lever arm;

zx = dx min([0.5 + (0.25 - Kx / 0.9)], 0.95) = 1176 mm

Area of tension reinforcement required;

As_x_req = Mx / (0.87 fy zx) = 1547 mm2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement;

As_x_min = 0.0013 B h = 4394 mm2

Tension reinforcement provided;

13 No. 25 dia. bars bottom (200 centres)

Area of tension reinforcement provided;

As_xB_prov = NxB xB2 / 4 = 6381 mm2

PASS - Tension reinforcement provided exceeds tension reinforcement required


Moment design in y direction
Diameter of tension reinforcement;

yB = 25 mm

Depth of tension reinforcement;

dy = h - cnom - xB - yB / 2 = 1213 mm

Design formula for rectangular beams (cl 3.4.4.4)


Ky = My / (L dy2 fcu) = 0.003
Ky = 0.156
Ky < Ky' compression reinforcement is not required
Lever arm;

zy = dy min([0.5 + (0.25 - Ky / 0.9)], 0.95) = 1152 mm

Area of tension reinforcement required;

As_y_req = My / (0.87 fy zy) = 2294 mm2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement;

As_y_min = 0.0013 L h = 9582 mm2

Tension reinforcement provided;

28 No. 25 dia. bars bottom (200 centres)

Area of tension reinforcement provided;

As_yB_prov = NyB yB2 / 4 = 13744 mm2

PASS - Tension reinforcement provided exceeds tension reinforcement required


Calculate ultimate shear force at d from right face of column B
Ultimate pressure for shear;

qsu = (q1u + Cx (L / 2 + ePxB + lB / 2 + dx) / B + q4u) / 2


qsu = 317.766 kN/m2

Area loaded for shear;

As = B min(3 (L / 2 - eTx), L / 2 - ePxB - lB / 2 - dx) = 0.123 m2

Ultimate shear force;

Vsu = As (qsu - Fu / A) = 32.383 kN

Shear stresses at d from right face of column B (cl 3.5.5.2)


Design shear stress;

vsu = Vsu / (B dx) = 0.010 N/mm2

From BS 8110:Part 1:1997 - Table 3.8


Design concrete shear stress;

vc = 0.325 N/mm2

Allowable design shear stress;

vmax = min(0.8N/mm2 (fcu / 1 N/mm2), 5 N/mm2) = 5.000 N/mm2


PASS - vsu < vc - No shear reinforcement required

Calculate ultimate punching shear force at face of column A


Ultimate pressure for punching shear;

qpuA = q1u+[(L/2+ePxA-lA/2)+(lA)/2]Cx/B-[(B/2+ePyA-bA/2)+(bA)/2]Cy/L

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qpuA = 284.400 kN/m2

Average effective depth of reinforcement;

d = (dx + dy) / 2 = 1225 mm

Area loaded for punching shear at column;

ApA = (lA)(bA) = 0.250 m2

Length of punching shear perimeter;

upA = 2(lA)+2(bA) = 2000 mm

Ultimate shear force at shear perimeter;

VpuA = PuA + (Fu / A - qpuA) ApA = 1529.988 kN

Effective shear force at shear perimeter;

VpuAeff = VpuA = 1529.988 kN

Punching shear stresses at face of column A (cl 3.7.7.2)


Design shear stress;

vpuA = VpuAeff / (upA d) = 0.624 N/mm2

Allowable design shear stress;

vmax = min(0.8N/mm2 (fcu / 1 N/mm2), 5 N/mm2) = 5.000 N/mm2


PASS - Design shear stress is less than allowable design shear stress

Calculate ultimate punching shear force at face of column B


Ultimate pressure for punching shear;

qpuB = q1u+[(L/2+ePxB-lB/2)+(lB)/2]Cx/B-[(B/2+ePyB-bB/2)+(bB)/2]Cy/L
qpuB = 305.792 kN/m2

Average effective depth of reinforcement;

d = (dx + dy) / 2 = 1225 mm

Area loaded for punching shear at column;

ApB = (lB)(bB) = 0.250 m2

Length of punching shear perimeter;

upB = 2(lB)+2(bB) = 2000 mm

Ultimate shear force at shear perimeter;

VpuB = PuB + (Fu / A - qpuB) ApB = 1887.440 kN

Effective shear force at shear perimeter;

VpuBeff = VpuB = 1887.440 kN

Punching shear stresses at face of column B (cl 3.7.7.2)


Design shear stress;

vpuB = VpuBeff / (upB d) = 0.770 N/mm2

Allowable design shear stress;

vmax = min(0.8N/mm2 (fcu / 1 N/mm2), 5 N/mm2) = 5.000 N/mm2


PASS - Design shear stress is less than allowable design shear stress

28 No. 25 dia. bars btm (200 c/c)


28 No. 16 dia. bars top (200 c/c)

13 No. 25 dia. bars btm (200 c/c), 13 No. 16 dia. bars top (200 c/c)
Shear at d from column face

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