Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville Virginia Joe Bonacci Construction

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Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia Joe Bonacci – Construction Advisor: Dr. Robert Leicht

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia Joe Bonacci – Construction Advisor: Dr. Robert Leicht

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Project Overview Project Information q Project Cost: $141. 6 million q Duration: 04/01/11 – 06/01/14 q Location: Charlottesville, VA Building Structure q 7 Above Grade Floors q 200, 000 Gross SF q Cast–In–Place Concrete q Structural Steel Penthouse Joe Bonacci - Construction Building Function This children's hospital is meant to centralize pediatric care into one building so that parents and visitors do not need to travel to multiple sites. Site Logistics q Congested Job Site q Neighboring buildings to protect q Pedestrian Sidewalk protection needed

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Prefabricated Brick Panels Joe Bonacci - Construction Problem Identification Panel Information q Site scaffolding and mortar mixing supplies create safety hazards and building entry obstructions for workers q 6” thick (5 3/8” concrete, 5/8” thin brick) q Additional insulation required on interior q Maximum width: 12’ q Maximum Length: 15’ q Panels will be installed vertically to span from floor to floor q Joints are sealed with specified caulking q The limited site laydown space is taken up by masons for 22% of the project’s duration. Proposed Solution q Substitute traditional brick assembly with prefabricated brick panels. q Eliminate need for scaffolding and hydraulic lift q Decrease safety risks associated with brick construction

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Prefabricated Brick Panels West Facade North Facade Connection Details *24, 417 SF of Brick East Facade Joe Bonacci - Construction South Facade *24 window panels

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia Prefabricated Brick Panels Joe Bonacci - Construction I. Project

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia Prefabricated Brick Panels Joe Bonacci - Construction I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Heaviest Panel: 13, 500 lbs. Crane Capacity: 39, 680 lbs.

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Prefabricated Brick Panels Cost Analysis Total Cost of Traditional Method: $755, 773 Total Cost of Prefabricated Panels: $1, 001, 585 General Conditions Savings: $38, 232 Joe Bonacci - Construction Schedule Analysis

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Energy Comparison Joe Bonacci - Construction Results q Additional Cost: $207, 600 q All panels can be installed in 13 days q Eliminate scaffolding and construction debris for 227 days.

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Rooftop Wind Turbines Problem Identification q There is a great deal of electricity needed to power the building q A renewable power source may contribute to the project teams goal of a LEED Gold Certification. Proposed Solution q Wind turbines will be installed on the penthouse roof. q Electricity generated will be fed directly into MDP Joe Bonacci - Construction

Charlottesville Community Hospital Rooftop Wind Turbines Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1

Charlottesville Community Hospital Rooftop Wind Turbines Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Joe Bonacci - Construction Constructability Weight: 1400 lbs. Material: Canvas Structure: Steel Tubing • Crane used to lift material into place • Roof surface is TPO roof, rigid insulation, 1. 5” roof deck 10’ 27. 5’ Wind Velocity Vectors

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Rooftop Wind Turbines Cost Analysis Joe Bonacci - Construction Scheduling q Installed in 2 days q Lead time of 3 weeks q Should be installed between Feb. 1 st – April 1 st 2014

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Clean Energy Production Joe Bonacci - Construction Results 4 kw Turbine * 24 hrs/day * $0. 0804/k. Wh = $7. 72/day * 365 days = $2817. 8/year *11. 5 year payback period

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Material Storage Hub Problem Identification Joe Bonacci - Construction Site logistics q Frequent unscheduled deliveries make the loading lock and material hoist congested, which lowers productivity q GC is forced to pay for Proposed Solution q Install temporary storage warehouse across from project entry. q Assign a manager who is in charge of accepting deliveries and coordinating with the projects superintendent for site deliveries. Lot Footprint: 140’x 70’ *Room to park and . . swing truck in Garage height: 15’

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Material Storage Hub Joe Bonacci - Construction Warehouse Structure • Lead time: 4 weeks • Install time: 5 days Building Footprint: 82’x 40’ * 34% of lot space * Remaining space for …contractor parking Building Details • • • Thermo-Insulated Modular Building Eave height – 13’ 8” Installed with small boom and hand tools 2 garage door bays for loading/unloading 2 man doors located at each end

Charlottesville Community Hospital Material Storage Hub Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1

Charlottesville Community Hospital Material Storage Hub Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Operation Warehouse Manager Trades Warehouse Joe Bonacci - Construction Superintendent Advantages q Contractors can order material earlier since there will always be a place to put them. § Less chance of material delays q Lead times may become insignificant q Products may be able to be bought in bulk. Loading Crew Material Storage HUB Project Loading Dock

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Material Storage Hub Joe Bonacci - Construction Cost Analysis Results q Added Costs: $570, 000 q Temporary warehouse exists for 24 months q Installation time: 5 days q Erection does not affect project schedule

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Conclusions Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks • Cost: $207, 600 • Recommendation: Do Not Proceed Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines • Cost: $32, 168 • Recommendation: Proceed Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub • Cost: $570, 000 • Recommendation: Do Not Proceed Joe Bonacci - Construction

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia I. Project Overview II. Analysis #1 – Prefabricated Bricks - Mechanical Breadth III. Analysis #2 – Rooftop Wind Turbines - Electrical Breadth IV. Analysis #3 – Material Storage Hub V. Conclusions - Acknowledgements Thank You to. . Dr. Robert Leicht Dr. Susan Stewart Adam Brown Bob Stano Billy Gamble Joe Bonacci - Construction

Thank You Questions?

Thank You Questions?

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia Appendix Joe Bonacci - Construction

Charlottesville Community Hospital Charlottesville, Virginia Appendix Joe Bonacci - Construction