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Steel Building Apartment- Design and Build - Welcome to csit ...

Steel Building ApartmentDesign and Build Sutton Yanosky ET494 Dr. Cris Koutsougeras Advisor Mr. Rode Birds Eye View New Structures As an addition to the high efficiency home build from last semester, the owner has proceeded into the phases of adding 2 additional structures onto their property. A steel warehouse, housing 2 full multi-room apartments A pool side cabana structure with full kitchen and bathroom. Both structures require ground up construction from pre-design phase until project completion. This requires working CAD drawings and specifications for each of the structures, a construction schedule, cost estimates, materials lists, necessary structural calculations, etc. Proposed Poolhouse Floor Plan 32' C RM 2 A B 6'-4" A 5'-8" B 16' A Room 1 A 11' A 8'-10" E C 1 C D RM 3 RM 4 B 5'-10" C 6'-4" C 6'-4" 6' 1'-6" Proposed Warehouse Apartments Floor plan 30 Gal 220V Water Heater 8'-4" 9'-10" 30 Gal 220V Water Heater 10'-8" 1 3 D 6'-4" 4 108 D 4" A D 107

101 C 106 11'-37 8" D C D B 1 A 3 1 B A 21'-10" B 7'-65 8" 9'-10" 7'-6" 7'-10" 14'-4" 1" 11'-48 A B A 5'-4" 100 105 A 3'-0" 104 7'-2" D D B D 4 3 8'-9" 103 Dryer 4 4" D 109 D 3 D A Wash A 2 102 D 2

6'-4" 9'-15 8" 12'-0" D 3 3 B 10'X7' - 4" 3000PSI patio 8'-9" D 3 D D 21'-10" 34'-8" Steel Building with Apartments The size of this steel structure will be 60 X 100. The 2 apartments to be added will be single story housing at least one bedroom, full bathroom full kitchen and dining area and will also be used for storage overhead. All load bearing walls for both will be framed using 16 gauge steel studs and joists. The picture shows typical cross-section of some of the steel members that will be used. Steel Warehouse and Apartments Structural steel columns, beams, girders and purlins will need to be designed according to the AISC steel construction manual. For this structure we used a preengineered metal building from Mueller buildings in Baton Rouge, LA. Mueller designed this structure in accordance with building codes for St. Tammany parish. Cost of material and shipping for the steel structure came in at about $39,000 dollars. St. Tammany Parish Building Codes D = dead load due to the weight of the structural elements and other permanent features supported by the structure, such as permanent partitions. L = live load due to occupancy and movable equipment (20psf) Lr = live roof load W = wind load (110 psf) S = snow load E = earthquake load R = initial rainwater load or ice water load exclusive of the ponding contribution Design and Build The architectural drawings and detail sets were pretty extensive for this build. All drawings were completed using AutoCad architectural software. These drawings are all proposed drawings. Actual plans will need to be developed and approved by a structural and architectural professional. Project Estimates For both structures I was responsible to complete full project material and cost estimates. In addition I was able to contact multiple subcontractors and supply houses to gather

pricing information for trade work. This allowed me to price shop and maximize profit margins for the projects. These prices allowed me to budget the projects and estimate total cost and gross net and profit estimations. These phases were carried out using Microsoft excel and the built it functions in the software. PROJECT COST TOTAL Warehouse Materials Buildout Profit margin Foundation 2"X8"X16' pine 2"X6"X16' pine 2"X2"X2' stake (24piece) #4 Rebar (20ftpiece) #5 Rebar (20 ftpiece) 6'X6'X10/10 WWM 6 mil Visqueen (40'X100'roll) 3000 PSI concrete (yard) Wall Boarding 1/2"X4'X10' gypsum brd 1/2"X4'X12' gyspsum brd 1/2"X4'X8' OSB 4'X10' FRP brd 3/4"X4'X8' plywood 10' FRP divider strip 10' FRP outside angle 10' FRP end cap Titebond FRP glue (4 gal) Subfloor adhesive(28 oz tube) 0.1181018 PROJECT ESTIMATION 115975 PROJECT PROFIT EST. 12250.1 Quantity 20 14 4 1 240 128 2 125.5 Unit Price ($) 11.83 9.15 16 7.67 11.27 12.96 170 92 Phase total Total Price($) Labor ($100/hr) Cost Estimation 236.6 6 Foundation Mat. 128.1 6 FoundationLabor 64 2 7.67 16 2704.8 16 1658.88 4 340 1 11546 3 16686.05 5400 Price ($) 10.45 12.5 9.65 39.2 26.39 3.3 6.5 3.2 48 5 Phase total 0 Labor ($75/hr) Cost Estimation

355.3 8 Wall Material 1537.5 24 Wall Brd Labor 366.7 16 1136.8 10 1266.72 8 72.6 0 13 0 12.8 0 288 0 50 0 5099.42 4950 Phase total 0 Labor ($75/hr) Cost Estimation 164.97 1.5 Insul Material 1253.7 3.5 Insul Labor 743.31 1.5 1399.6 4 3561.58 787.5 Price ($) 54.99 69.65 82.59 34.99 Price ($) 8.35 4.99 99 Phase total Labor ($100/hr) Cost Estimation 167 8 Finish Material 39.92 8 Finish Labor 198 404.92 1600 Labor ($75/hr) Cost Estimation 4 Paint Material 8 Paint Labor 8 8 8 2700 Price ($) Labor ($85/hr) Cost Estimation 2 2 8 8 1700 Phase Est. Total Phase Profit Est. Price ($) 34 123 38 29 48 22 2 4 6 10 Insulation R11 batt(16 per bag) R13 batt(12 per bag) R19 batt(8 per bag) R38 batt(8 per bag)34.99

3 18 9 40 Wall Finishing Sheetrock Finish Mud (box) 2" sheetrock tape (250' roll) 1-1/4" self tap drywall screw 20 8 2 Paint Primer (5 gal) Ceiling latex white paint (5gal ) Wall latex colored paint (5 gal) Trim/door paint (gal) caulk (10.3 oz tube) 103724.9 3 4 4 4 14 42.95 97.85 97.85 26.47 2.99 128.85 391.4 391.4 105.88 41.86 1059.39 39.97 15.97 14.4 3.39 359.73 143.73 504 118.65 1126.11 27937.47 17137.5 45074.97 Phase total Trim/Molding Interior Door Frames Pre-mitered door casing sets 6" MDF primed basemold (16' piece) primed pine base shoe (16' piece) 9 9 35 35 Phase total Phase Mat. Total Phase Labor Phase total Framing Material Totals Quantity Linear Ft Unit Price ($) Total price ($) Labor Price ($) 17000 6500 23500 Warehouse Apts Buildout Profit margin 5500 6000 11500 3500 1000 4500 $103,724.9 0 PROJECT ESTIMATION $

115,975.00 PROJECT PROFIT EST. $12,250. 10 Warehouse material estimate, cost per unit, total cost, labor cost estimate, price estimate and profit were then all plugged into a combined file like shown to the left. 600 1500 2100 1200 2875 4075 1250 2000 3250 48925 3850.03 Labor cost (100/hr) Cost Est. 0.1181018 PROJECT COST TOTAL Price Cabana Totals and Profit Foundation 3000 PSI concrete (yard) #5 Rebar (20' piece) 6'X6' WW mesh 6 mm visqueen roll 2"X2"3' wood stake (12piece) 3" galv nail (lb) Quantity Unit Price ($) Total price ($) Labor Costs (100 /hr) 21.6 26 14 1 3 1 92 11.27 12.96 39.79 9.99 7.49 Phase Material total Unit Price ($) 20.09 9.86 10.11 8.69 6.19 4.97 39.97 33.64 23.93 24.95 2.97 18.49 Phase Material total Unit Price ($) 119 5.97 1.59 3.95 3.35 17.49 1.97 1987.2 1 293.02 2 181.44 2 39.79 1 29.97 2 7.49 1 2538.91 1440 Total price ($) Labor Costs (120/hr) 12 281.26 59.16 242.64

139.04 74.28 119.28 1998.5 8 100.92 0.5 71.79 0.5 598.8 3.5 29.7 1 18.49 0.5 3733.86 3120 Total price ($) Labor Costs (78.5/hr) 833 2.33 83.58 1 31.8 0.5 165.9 33.5 2.75 69.96 1 9.85 0 111.12 61.97 49.95 209.99 179.97 169.99 Phase Material total Unit Price ($) 359 24.99 2.09 32 54.67 0.59 2.39 4.99 41.37 6.49 67.99 333.36 3 123.94 1.25 49.95 0.5 209.99 1 179.97 1 169.99 1 2294.79 1203.405 Total price ($) Labor Costs (95/hr) 718 2.5 49.98 1.5 22.99 2 128 2.75 109.34 1 1.77 1 2.39 0.25 4.99 0.25 82.74 3 25.96 2 67.99 1 Roof/Wall Framing Roof Framing 2X12X12' trtd 2X8X12' trtd 2X6X14' trtd 2X6X12' trtd 2X6X10' trtd 2X6X8' trtd T1-11 - 4X8 sheating #15 felt paper roll #30 felt paper roll 3-tab shingle Alumin. Drip edge (10ftstick) Henry roof cement (gal) Quantity Walls 4" X8' prefab steel column

6" steel anchor 3-1/2" steel pin 2X4X8' pine stud 1X4X8' trtd pine (trim) 4X8 trtd Latti ce sheathing 3" galv nails (lb) Bar 4" iron angle (20ftpiece) 4X8 Galv sheet metal Concrete sealer (gallon) Outdoor sink Toilet Bathroom sink Quantity 7 14 20 42 10 4 5 Electrical 6ftFan/Light fix ture Recess Can housing/trim 110V weatherproof outlet flood light vent/light combo fixture single switch 3-way switch TV jack 14-2 wire (100' roll) 20 amp breaker Breaker panel box Quantity 2 2 11 4 2 3 1 1 2 4 1 14 6 24 16 12 24 50 3 3 24 10 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 Phase Material total 1214.15 CABANA Material TOTAL 9781.71 Cabana Labor Total 7402.155 Cabana Total Cost 17183.865 Cost Estimation Foundation Material Foundation Labor Price ($) 2600 2500 5100 Cost Estimation Roof/Wall Material Roof/Wall Labor Price ($) 4100 4500 8600 Cost Estimation Bar/Column/Plumbing Mtrl Bar/Col/Plumb Labor Price ($)

2500 1600 4100 Cabana Structure Totals Estimated Total = $ 21,300.00 Actual Mat/Labor = $ 17,183.86 Estimated Profit Margin Cost Estimation Electrical Material Electrical Labor Price ($) 1500 2000 3500 Project Profit ($) 1638.75 Cabana Cost Estimation Total Estimated Profit Margin Project Profit ($) 0.239 % 21300 0.239534878 4116.1 $4,116. 10 Project Critical Path Analysis A project-management Warehouse Critcal Path 1-2-6-7-8-11-12-13-14-17-18 Site Preperation Start 1 Dur Finish 5 ID Footings/Formwork Start 6 Dur 5 Finish 10 ID 2 5 1 Steel Reinforcement Start 6 Dur 4 Finish 9 ID 3 Plumbing Rough In Start 7 Dur 3 Finish 9 ID 4 Start Finish Slab Cure 10 Dur 12 ID 3 6 Slab Pour/Finish/Anchors Start 10 Dur 1 Finish 10 ID 5 Steel Erection Start 13 Dur Finish 21 ID 9 7

Interior wall framing Start 22 Dur 5 Finish 26 ID 9 Roof/Sheating/Openings Start 22 Dur 8 Finish 29 ID 8 Joist/Decking Start 26 Dur Finish 28 ID HVAC/Elect Rough In Start 30 Dur 14 Finish 43 ID 11 3 10 Trimwork/Cabinets/Counters Start 62 Dur 5 Finish 66 ID 15 From ID 11 Inspections and Insulation Start 44 Dur 3 Finish 46 ID 12 Sheetrock/Boarding Start 47 Dur Finish 58 ID From ID 10 12 13 Finish Flooring Start 60 Dur Finish 61 ID 2 14 Trade Trim out/Appliances Start 62 Dur 1 Finish 63 ID 17 Final Paint Start 62 Dur Finish 69 ID Project Duration 71 days 8 17 Punchlist/CleanUp Start 70 Dur 2 Finish 71 ID 18 technique that lays out all the activities needed to complete a task, the time it will take to complete each activity and the relationships between the activities. Also called the "critical path method"

Project Critical Path Analysis Cabana Critcal Path 1-2-4-6-7-8-9-10-12-16-15-17 Site Preperation Start 1 Dur Finish 2 ID Start Finish Roofing 16 Dur 17 ID Footings/Formwork Start 3 Dur 2 Finish 4 ID 2 2 1 Steel Reinforcement Start 3 Dur 1 Finish 4 ID 3 Electrical Rough In Start 18 Dur 4 Finish 21 ID 10 2 9 Plumb rough in Start 18 Dur 2 Finish 19 ID 11 Plumbing Rough In Start 5 Dur 3 Finish 7 ID 4 Slab Pour/Finish/Anchors Start 8 Dur 1 Finish 8 ID 5 Start Finish Inspections and hook up Start 20 Dur 1 Finish 20 ID 12 Slab Cure 8 Dur 10 ID Set Columns/Beams Start 11 Dur 2 Finish 12 ID 7 3 6 Interior/Exterior Boarding Start 21 Dur 2 Finish 22 ID 13 Frame/Install Counter Start 21 Dur 2 Finish 22 ID 14 Electrical Trim out Start

23 Dur 2 Finish 24 ID 15 Plumbing trim out Start 23 Dur 1 Finish 23 ID 16 CPA can help predict whether a project can be completed on time and can be used to reorganize the project both before starting it, and as it progresses, to keep the project's completion on track and ensure that deliverables are ready on time. CPA analysis was done manually and entered into Project Scheduling Gantt Chart To unlock this spreadsheet, purchase Gantt Chart Template Pro: Version 1.7.3 0 2006-2012 Vertex42 LLC http://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/excel-gantt-chart.html HELP Once a critical path is Warehouse Apartments SELU Senior Project Today's Date: 11/13/2014 Thursday (vertical red line) Project Lead: Warehouse Apartments Start Date: 12/15/2014 Monday Sub Task lev el 2 Pour/Finish Slab and set anchors for structure 1/2/15 1/2/15 1 1 0 1 1.4 Sub Task lev el 2 Slab Cure 1/2/15 1/4/15 3 3 0 3 2 Task Category 2 Steel Erection/Framing 2.1 Sub Task lev el 2 Steel Erection 1/5/15 1/14/15 9 9

0 9 2.2 Sub Task lev el 2 Roofing,siding,doors and w indow s 1/12/15 1/20/15 8 8 0 8 2.3 Sub Task lev el 2 Interior Wall Framing 1/15/15 1/20/15 5 5 0 5 2.4 Sub Task lev el 2 Joist and Decking 1/21/15 1/23/15 3 3 0 3 3 Task Category 3 Trades/Insulation and Boarding 3.1 Sub Task lev el 2 HVAC and Electric 1/26/15 2/6/15 14 14 0 14 3.2 Sub Task lev el 2 Insulation and Elec/Mech/Fram inspection 3.3 Sub Task lev el 2 Hang and Finish Sheetrock/OSB/FRP 3.4 Sub Task lev el 2 Finish flooring - Bathroom and Stain concrete 4 Task Category 4 Finishes/Cabinets/Counters 4.1 Sub Task lev el 2

4.2 4.3 4.4 2/4/15 2/6/15 3 3 0 3 2/9/15 2/20/15 12 12 0 12 2/19/15 2/21/15 2 2 0 2 2/27/15 5 5 0 5 2/26/15 3/6/15 8 8 0 8 3/9/15 3/11/15 3 3 0 3 3/12/15 3/13/15 2 2 0 2 Trim/Counters/Cabinets Install 2/23/15 Sub Task lev el 2 Final Paint Sub Task lev el 2 Trade trim out and appliace install Sub Task lev el 2 Punchlist/Final Inspection TEMPLATE ROWS: Copy and insert the entire section, or just the specific sub tasks, depending on w hich level you w ant to use (formulas are diff erent for different WBS levels) Task Category 1 1 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0%

1 0 1 Sub Task lev el 2 1.1 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0% 1 0 1 1.1.1 1.1.1.1 Lev el 3 Task Lev el 4 task 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0% 1 0 1 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0% 1 0 1 HELP - Modify the GREEN cells and the Tasks, and Task Lead columns. Some of the green cells contain formulas, but those formulas are just examples of ways to add automation and task dependency. You can enter values manually into the green cells, or use formulas. - The Start Date that you choose determines the first week in the gantt chart. - Change the first day of the week via cell K8 06 - Jul - 15 29 - Jun - 15 22 - Jun - 15 15 - Jun - 15 08 - Jun - 15 01 - Jun - 15 25 - May - 15 18 - May - 15 27 - Apr - 15 11 - May - 15 20 - Apr - 15 04 - May - 15 13 - Apr - 15 06 - Apr - 15 30 - Mar - 15 23 - Mar - 15 3 1.3 16 - Mar - 15 0 09 - Mar - 15 3 02 - Mar - 15 3 23 - Feb - 15 12/29/14 12/31/14 16 - Feb - 15 Plumb rough in and below slab electric 09 - Feb - 15

Sub Task lev el 3 26 - Jan - 15 4 1.2.2 Sub Task lev el 2 02 - Feb - 15 0 1.2 End 19 - Jan - 15 4 12/15/14 12/19/14 12 - Jan - 15 5 4 Site Prep and Ex cav ation 05 - Jan - 15 Days Remaining 0 1/1/15 Sub Task lev el 2 29 - Dec - 14 Days Complete 5 5 12/28/14 Start 1.1 22 - Dec - 14 Working Days 0 5 Steel Reinforcement Task Lead Foundation % Complete 5 12/22/14 12/28/14 Sub Task lev el 3 Tasks Task Category 1 Duration (Days) 5 Footings and Formw ork 1.2.1 WBS 1 15 - Dec - 14 First Day of Week (Mon=2): 2 [42] found, a schedule can be formed. Gant charts are heavily used in construction projects and all project management. One of the most popular and useful ways of showing activities

Project Scheduling Gantt Chart Each activity is represented by a bar; To unlock this spreadsheet, purchase Gantt Chart Template Pro: Version 1.7.3 0 2006-2012 Vertex42 LLC http://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/excel-gantt-chart.html HELP Poolside Cabanna SELU Senior Project Today's Date: 11/13/2014 Thursday (vertical red line) Project Lead: Poolside Cabanna Start Date: 12/15/2014 Monday Sub Task lev el 3 Steel Reinforcement 12/19/14 12/19/14 1 0% 1 0 1 1.2.2 Sub Task lev el 3 Plumb/Elect rough in and below slab electric 12/22/14 12/24/14 3 0% 3 0 3 1.3 Sub Task lev el 2 Pour/Finish Slab and set anchors for structure 12/24/14 12/24/14 1 0% 1 0 1 1.4 Sub Task lev el 2 Slab Cure 12/24/14 12/27/14 3 0% 3 0 3 2 Task Category 2 Building Frame/Boarding 0 0% 0 0

0 2.1 Sub Task lev el 2 Set Columns and Beams 12/29/14 12/30/14 2 0% 2 0 2 2.2 Sub Task lev el 2 Frame Walls and Roof 12/31/14 1/2/15 3 0% 2 0 3 2.3 Sub Task lev el 2 Finish Roofing 1/5/15 1/6/15 2 0% 2 0 2 2.4 Sub Task lev el 2 Int/Ex t Boarding and w eatherproofing 1/8/15 1/9/15 2 0% 2 0 2 3 Task Category 3 Trades 0% 0 0 0 3.1 Sub Task lev el 2 Electric Rough in 1/5/15 1/8/15 4 0% 4

0 4 3.2 Sub Task lev el 2 Plumb rough in/Hook-up 1/5/15 1/6/15 2 0% 2 0 2 3.3 Sub Task lev el 2 Inspections/Electric-gas-w ater hookup 1/10/15 1/10/15 1 0% 1 0 1 3.4 Task Category 4 Finishes/Cabinets/Counters 0% 0 0 0 4 Sub Task lev el 2 Frame/Install/ Counter 1/14/15 1/15/15 2 0% 2 0 2 4.1 Sub Task lev el 2 1/15/15 1/16/15 2 0% 2 0 2 4.2 Sub Task lev el 2 Electrical Trim out Plumb trim out 1/19/15 1/20/15 2

0% 2 0 2 4.3 4.4 Sub Task lev el 2 Seal concrete flooring-counter/cleanup 1/21/15 1/22/15 2 0% 2 0 2 TEMPLATE ROWS: Copy and insert the entire section, or just the specific sub tasks, depending on w hich level you w ant to use (f ormulas are dif ferent for different WBS levels) Task Category 1 1 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0% 1 0 1 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.1.1 Sub Task lev el 2 Lev el 3 Task Lev el 4 task 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0% 1 0 1 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0% 1 0 1 1/5/09 1/5/09 1 0% 1 0 1 HELP - Modify the GREEN cells and the Tasks, and Task Lead columns. Some of the green cells contain formulas, but those formulas are just examples of ways to add automation and task dependency. You can enter values manually into the green cells, or use formulas. - The Start Date that you choose determines the first week in the gantt chart. - Change the first day of the week via cell K8 06 - Jul - 15 29 - Jun - 15 22 - Jun - 15 15 - Jun - 15 08 - Jun - 15 01 - Jun - 15 25 - May - 15

18 - May - 15 27 - Apr - 15 11 - May - 15 20 - Apr - 15 04 - May - 15 13 - Apr - 15 06 - Apr - 15 30 - Mar - 15 2 1.2.1 23 - Mar - 15 0 16 - Mar - 15 2 09 - Mar - 15 0% 02 - Mar - 15 2 2 23 - Feb - 15 0 12/17/14 12/18/14 16 - Feb - 15 2 Footings and Formw ork 26 - Jan - 15 0% Sub Task lev el 2 09 - Feb - 15 Days Remaining 0 2 1.2 End 02 - Feb - 15 Days Complete 0 12/15/14 12/16/14 19 - Jan - 15 % Complete 0% Site Prep and Ex cav ation 12 - Jan - 15 Duration (Days) 0 Sub Task lev el 2 05 - Jan - 15 Start 1.1 29 - Dec - 14 Task Lead Foundation 22 - Dec - 14 Tasks Task Category 1 Working Days WBS 1

15 - Dec - 14 First Day of Week (Mon=2): 2 [42] the position and length of the bar reflects the start date, duration and end date of the activity. This allows you to see at a glance: What the various activities are When each activity begins and ends How long each activity is scheduled to last Where activities overlap with other activities, and by how much The start and end date of the whole project Project Foundation Drawings 1S1 Open Warehouse for Future Storage Wired for future electric Red dirt floor 1S1 End of Concrete Slab 4S1 22'-10" 2S1 4S1 2S1 1S1 13'-0" 35'-8" 4S1 21'-1" 2S1 4S1 2S1 2S1 2S1 4S1 2S1 4S1 2S1 2S1 2S1 3S1 1S1 1S1 1S1 52'-8" 1S1 See 5S1 for porch connection 12'-1" 1S1 1S1 1S1 4S1 8'-4" 22'-10" Project Elevations Aluminum sheet roofing 4" aluminum trim 4X4 Picture Window with Aluminum trim 3068 Fiberglass Full view exterior Door

1 foot roof overhang Aluminum building sheathing Electric panel box 4X4 Picture Window with Aluminum trim 14X12 Roll Up Metal Door 3068 Fiberglass Full view exterior Door 3'X5'8" Fixed picture window w/ aluminum trim 27' 14'X12' roll up door 3068 Fiberglass full view ext door 6068 Fiberglass full view french door with 4" aluminum trim Pool house Elevations 6'-8" 3' 16' 6'-4" A2 -Front Elevation Dimension 12 8' 4" steel anchor 11' 8'-10" 4'-2" 4' 4' A2 - Right Side Elevation (Dimensions) 6'-8" 9' 8' Note: Bar counter is 4" concrete with gloss seal finish. Framing is 41" coated iron angle with galv metal sheathing welded under to hold concrete. 4" steel column w/ bolted connections 1X6 Trtd Fascia 2' 1 4" Welded Iron Angle 2-2X12" Beam Trtd 8' 8' 4" diameter prefab steel column 3'-4" 8' Note: Bar counter is 4" concrete with gloss seal finish. Framing is 41" coated iron angle with galv metal sheathing welded under to hold concrete. 8'-6" 6'-8" 8' T1-11 Sheating 6 2' Sofit Framed Overhang

6" 17' 1X6 trtd Fascia board 2 foot fascia overhang 6 8' 8' 6 12 12 8' 12 6'-4" 3' 1X4 Pine Trtd T1-11 Sheating A2 - Rear Elevation Dimension 6 Note: Bar counter is 4" concrete with gloss seal finish. Framing is 14" coated iron angle with galv metal sheathing welded under to hold concrete. galv sheating underlay Lattice Sheating 3'-8" 4' A2 - Left Side Elevation Dimension 4" 3000PSI concrete Project Framing Details 16g track plate 16g track plate 16g - 12" stud header with flange cut for connection hex bolts 16g - 12" stud header with flange cut for connection hex bolts 16g track cap 16g - 10' king stud 16g - 10' jack stud 16g bottom track plate 20g track face down to connect cripples 16g track cap 16g - 10' king stud 20g steel cripples 2X4 pine lining 16g - 10' jack stud 16g bottom track plate Project Framing Details 16g 12" Track plate 16g 12" Track plate 16g 12" steel Joist 16g 12" steel Joist - 16" o.c -R38 batt insulation b/t joist 16g 3-5/8" steel track plate 16g 3-5/8" steel track plate 1 2" Sheetrock existing steel building purlin -wall connected at every purlin with L-clip 5 3

16X4" Hex bolts 3-5/8" X10' - 16 gauge steel stud wall + 18 gauge steel L-clip 3 4" self tap screw + 3 4" self-tapping framing screws + 3-5/8"X10' - 16 gauge steel stud wall at 16" O.C. --R13 batt insulation 3-5/8" 16 gauge track plate 4" 3000 psi concrete Project Wall Details 3 4" 16g 6" steel track plate 1 2" OSB FRP board (glued to OSB) 16g - 12" joist 1 2" 3 4" plywd gypsum brd 16g - 6" X 10' steel stud NOTE: R19 batt insulation apllied between all studs in wall section. All studs are fastened using 34" hex bolts. 16g 3-5/8" steel track plate 1 2" plywd 16g - 12" joist 1 2" gypsum brd OSB FRP board (glued to OSB) 16g - 3-5/8" X 10' steel stud NOTE: R13 batt insulation apllied between all studs in wall section. All studs are fastened using 34" hex bolts. Beam and Wall Detail Joists capped with 16g 12" track 16g 12" structural header 16g - 12" steel joist Warehouse ext wall and purlin framing 1' 10'

building roll insulation Existing warehouse shell 5 3 16X4 16g steel track plate 16g 3-5/8" 10' stud @ 16" O.C 16g jack stud 16g King StudHeader attached here with hex bolts NOTE: All framinng done with 16g steel and 5 attached using 16 " 3 X 4" hex bolts hex bolts DOUBLE STUD UNDER BEAM 16gauge top track 3-5/8 or 6" 16 gauge wall 16 gauge bottom track Project Openings Project Schedules Pool house Finish Schedule A B D E F G Cabana Room Finish Schedule 1 2 C Room Base 3 1 None 4 2 None 5 3 None 6 4.0000 None Walls Ceiling Ceiling Height Open Open to Roof Frame and T1-11 See Wall Detail roof sheathing Open to Roof Open Frame and T1-11 See Wall Detail roof sheathing Open to Roof Open Frame and T1-11 See Wall Detail roof sheathing 5

8" DensGlass Sheathing. 5 " DensGlass Sheathing. 8 Smeared Stucco 8 ft finish Smeared Stucco base base coast height coast finish. Owner finish. Owner choice in paint color. choice in paint color. A6 - Finish Schedule Floor Remarks Sealed concrete Gloss Finish Sealed concrete Gloss Finish Sealed concrete Gloss Finish Smear base coat with a troll, leave troll strokes exposed. Brick paver flooring with grey Light sponge float before colored grout. Use left over paint. bricks from home build. Bathroom door is made from excess T1-11 sheathing and lattice. Door made on site. Construction Contract CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT This Construction Contract is hereby made on December 21, 2014 by and between Joseph Pano-McTardo (hereinafter Client), of 159 Iroquois Dr., Abita Springs, LA 70420 and Fastway Acoustics of 1605 Soult Street, Mandeville, LA 70448 (hereinafter Contractor"), collectively referred to herein as the Parties . ARTICLE I ENGAGEMENT/DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK A. Contractor shall provide the following construction services (the Project): Contractor will construct a metal warehouse building housing two full apartments with full kitchen, bathroom and bedrooms. Contractor will also be building a pool house cabana with full kitchen and half bathroom. Project duties for contractor will be the completion of each and every phase during the construction process. The contractor will provide complete design and build for the entirety of both structures. B. Client engages Contractor and Contractor agrees to provide to Client all necessary services, materials, and labor necessary for the completion of the Project including, but not limited to, all building and construction materials, requisite labor and site security, and all necessary tools and machinery needed for project completion. All construction materials should be new and of the highest quality, unless previously specified by Client. A. This Contract contains the entire agreement and understanding between the Parties and supersedes any prior or contemporaneous written or oral Contracts, representations, and warranties between them respecting the subject matter of this Contract. B. This Contract will be interpreted and enforced under the laws of the State of LA, without regard to conflict of laws. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto execute this Contract: CLIENT CONTRACTOR Authorized Signature Authorized Signature Name and Title Name and Title C. Contractor shall provide the construction services for the Project at the property located at 159 Iroquois Dr., Abita Springs, LA 70420. D. This Contract shall be comprised of the following: this Construction Contract, Plans, Specifications, Addenda, Drawings, Photos or other visual representations of the proposed work, and the written Modifications attached to this Contract, properl y signed and witnessed, all of which are attached hereto as exhibits. ARTICLE II SCHEDULE AND TIME OF PERFORMANCE A. Contractor will begin work on December 21, 2014 to be completed by March 25, 2015. License Number: 1548988745 QUESTIONS? Engineering Technology Southeastern Louisiana University Fall 2014

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