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  1. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s Clinical Services Building Pittsburgh, PA PLEASE SILENCE ALL CELL PHONES! THANK YOU! PLEASE SILENCE ALL CELL PHONES! THANK YOU! Final Thesis Presentation Gloria Brashear Construction Management Option Advisor: Professor Horman

  2. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University - 900,000 SF hospital - 6th floor atrium and rooftop garden - vibrant use of colors on the interior and exterior - family, healing, sustainability, and state-of-the-art technology - 40% of the total construction is renovations to a previously existing hospital. Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling for General Contractors Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Video Courtesy of Astorino Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  3. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling for General Contractors Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Existing Building New Construction Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  4. 2006 2007 2008 PROJECT SCHEDULE Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Owner: University of Pittsburgh BMPJD Notice of Award 0 days Award Packages 37 days Steel Erection 166 days Coordination Drawings 179 days Interior Demolition (Old Building) 25 days Owner Rep: Oxford Development Co. Plumbing 251 days Major Material Deliveries 136 days Telecommunications Construction 556 days Risers 134 days Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling for General Contractors Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Mechanical 194 days Construction Manager: Dick Corp. Electrical 229 days Exterior Studs and Sheathing 126 days Roofing 250 days Vendor Selection 234 days Elevators 475 days Architect & Engineer: Astorino Windows 147 days Doors 208 days Punchlist 373 days Helipad 57 days Full Enclosure 0 days General Contractor: Barton Malow – P.J. Dick, A Joint Venture Owner Deliver Medical Equipment 0 days Installation 36 days Testing 9 days Commission 15 days Substantial Completion 0 days Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building Project Completion 0 days

  5. PROJECT SCHEDULE 2006 2007 2008 Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University BMPJD Notice of Award 0 days - Very complex schedule by floor and quad Award Packages 37 days Steel Erection 166 days Coordination Drawings 179 days Interior Demolition (Old Building) 25 days - Telecommunications contractor and Steel contractor picked prior to General Contractor Plumbing 251 days Major Material Deliveries 136 days Telecommunications Construction 556 days Risers 134 days Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling for General Contractors Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Mechanical 194 days - Trades work through the building in a spiral effect Electrical 229 days Exterior Studs and Sheathing 126 days Roofing 250 days Vendor Selection 234 days - Overlap of trades due to continual work flow Elevators 475 days Windows 147 days Doors 208 days Punchlist 373 days Helipad 57 days Full Enclosure 0 days - Start Date: 12/22/05 Owner Deliver Medical Equipment 0 days Installation 36 days Testing 9 days - Projected Completion Date: 12/22/08 Commission 15 days Substantial Completion 0 days Project Completion 0 days Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  6. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University "The frog does not drink up the pond in which it lives." - Chinese Proverb <http://www.gardendigest.com/conserve.htm> • Green building popularity increasing, public has a vested interest • Clinical Services Building designed to meet the LEED™ New Construction v2.1. • - Save 90¢ /sq. ft. annually • Energy and other costs earn back investment in 2 – 2 ½ yrs. • Certification process now 100% online • - Availability of online sample submission forms - Research of LEED™ - Pittsburgh General Contractor Survey - LEED™ Submittals in Specifications - LEED™ Submittal form Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  7. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • Familiarity of Contractors: 8-9 • Familiarity of Subcontractors: 4-5, MEP higher • Helpfulness and Familiarity of Architects: 6-7, large firms higher • Number of Green and LEED™ Projects Worked On: 3-4 • Most Difficult Credits: FSC chain of custody, harvest location, HVAC, commissioning, and materials/resources • Most Difficult Aspects of LEED™: drywall recycling, education of the masses, inclusion in the bidding process, structure or defined steps • Client's Eagerness to Implement LEED™: poor perception of cost, do not know all it entails • LEED in Construction Documents: need better definition - Research of LEED™ - Pittsburgh General Contractor Survey - LEED™ Submittals in Specifications - LEED™ Submittal form Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  8. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Addendum to Specifications Section 05310: 1.02 SUBMITTALS Add:"F. LEED™ Submittal form for each specific material. 1. MR 3.1: List of proposed materials salvaged, reused, or refurbished a. Identify material cost. 2. MR 4.1 and 4.2: List of proposed materials with recycled content. a. Indicate cost, post-consumer recycled content, and post- industrial recycled content for each product having recycled content. 3. MR 5.1 and 5.2: List of proposed regionally manufactured materials and regionally extracted, harvested, or recovered materials. a. Identify each regionally manufactured material, its source, and cost. b. Identify each regionally extracted, harvested or recovered material, its source, and cost. " - Research of LEED™ - Pittsburgh General Contractor Survey - LEED™ Submittals in Specifications - LEED™ Submittal form Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  9. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University - Research of LEED™ - Pittsburgh General Contractor Survey - LEED™ Submittals in Specifications - LEED™ Submittal form Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  10. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University "“If a picture contains one thousand words... A model contains one thousand pictures” - Edward McCracken (former CEO – SGI) <http://www.cdi-grp.net/Home_Page.html> • 25 yr. old idea in the making • Automobile and airline manufacturing industries adopted virtual modeling successfully • Acceptance, compatibility, and perhaps contractual reliability and responsibility essential for success • Compatibility of software • Owners do not understand investment and commitment • - Industry-wide standards in the works with National Institute of Building Sciences. Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions - Research of Virtual Modeling - Interview with MIS Project Leader with P.J. Dick, Inc. - Software Review - Research of BIM Consultants Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  11. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions - Research of Virtual Modeling - Interview with MIS Project Leader with P.J. Dick, Inc. - Software Review - Research of BIM Consultants • Modeling not used on Clinical Services Building • Decide what general contractor wants with model • - Quality and reliability of the work product outweigh the additional cost of out sourcing Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  12. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Vico vs. Autodesk Constructor vs. Revit Architecture Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions - Research of Virtual Modeling - Interview with MIS Project Leader with P.J. Dick, Inc. - Software Review - Research of BIM Consultants Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  13. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Vico vs. Autodesk Constructor vs. Revit Architecture Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions - Research of Virtual Modeling - Interview with MIS Project Leader with P.J. Dick, Inc. - Software Review - Research of BIM Consultants Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  14. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Vico vs. Autodesk Constructor vs. Revit Architecture Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions - Research of Virtual Modeling - Interview with MIS Project Leader with P.J. Dick, Inc. - Software Review - Research of BIM Consultants Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  15. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • BIM Consultants • Combine multiple fields of work • Devote proper time required • Reduce cost and coordination issues • Improve construction inefficiencies • Improve schedule and trade coordination • Benefits outweigh cost Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions - Research of Virtual Modeling - Interview with MIS Project Leader with P.J. Dick, Inc. - Software Review - Research of BIM Consultants Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  16. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • Background: • Existing hood system outdated • Manufacturer out of business • Owner wants to salvage existing equipment • Problem: • Existing system and proposed system non-compatible • Initial cost increase with change in scope of work • - Schedule delays increasing Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  17. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  18. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • Proposal: • Fully functioning kitchen hood system • New hood and ductwork Model "CG3-BDL" Water Wash Ventilator Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  19. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Proposed Revision to Scope of Work: Existing Scope of Work: Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  20. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University 18,500 CFM @ 0.08 friction per 100 ft of duct = 60x24 Attempts to reduce size failed Minimum separation distance between building and exhaust is 1/2 of L.: L = 0.09 √Q (√DF - U/400) <ASHRAE 62.1, Exhaust Ventilation> Q= exhaust air volume, 250 cfm per million BTU/h (per Appendix F3) DF = dilution factor, 15 (per Table F.2) U= 0 L = 43.8 ft. 1/2L = 21.9 ft. OK! Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions SAVINGS on material: $38,262.15 SAVINGS on schedule: 20 days Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  21. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • Background: • Topping showing visible fatigue between col. line K-P and 1-5 • - Form deck corrosion • Problem: • Mechanical and electrical penetrations causing corrosion • - All penetrations should be seen as potential hazards Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  22. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • Proposal: • Ensure longevity of aesthetics and structural integrity • New form deck Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  23. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University UF2X form deck 24 GA, 5” slab, @ 7’ spans 4x4 – W2.9 x 2.9 mesh Form Deck & Slab for Typical Bay Infill Beams @ 7' O.C. Needed: 5" thick slab, 2" deck, 3" lightweight concrete Loading: Live Loads: Lab/Ward: 80psf <per Specifications> Dead Loads: Deck: 3 psf <per USD Design Manual> Concrete: 115 pcf x 3 in slab = 28.75psf <per USD Design Manual> Superimposed: 15 psf W = 1.4 (3psf + 28.75psf + 15 psf) + 1.7 (80psf) W = 201.45 psf United Steel Deck: concrete slabs on UF2X form deck, 24 GA, 5” slab, @ 7’ spans 4x4 – W2.9 x 2.9 mesh, Uniform Total Load = 212 psf 201.45psf < 212psf - OK! United Steel Deck, Inc. Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  24. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • Proposed cost compared with life cycle • Original built in 1968 • Less than 37 years later showed signs of fatigue • Additional MEP penetrations increase need • - Structural integrity and future aesthetics guaranteed Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  25. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Conclusion: Research 1: LEED Process: Change in submittals would close the information gap between subcontractors and architects Research 2: Virtual Modeling: Outsourcing most beneficial option, if in-house use of Vico software proves most user-friendly Breadth 1: Mechanical: Re-routing ductwork reduces cost by $38,262.15 and saves 20 days Breadth 2: Structural: Structural improvements increase building life cycle which outweighs cost of construction adding 32 days to the schedule for each floor Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  26. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University • I would like to thank the following companies for their assistance with my senior thesis: • - Astorino Architect & Engineers • - Barton Malow – P.J. Dick, A Joint Venture • - Brashear Construction Consulting, Inc. • - Jendoco Construction Corporation • - Mascaro Construction Company, LP • - Massaro Corporation • - Oxford Development Company • - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center • I would also like to thank the following people for their support and guidance throughout my time at Penn State: • - Family and friends (the ones at home in Pittsburgh, and the ones that are here making State College my second home) • - Fellow AE students • Penn State AE Faculty and Staff Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building

  27. Gloria S. Brashear Construction Management Option Department of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University Project Overview Research 1: LEED Documentation Process for General Contractors Research 2: Virtual Modeling Breadth 1: Mechanical Breadth 2: Structural Acknowledgements Comments & Questions Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Clinical Services Building