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Building Type Basics for College and University Facilities

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9781118008027

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1118008022
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Pub. Date:
6/10/2013
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Wiley
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Addressing the continued demand for capital projects in higher education, this book provides essential guidance for architects and designers involved in the design of college and university buildings. Written by the architect of the University of Virginia with contributions from well-known architecture and design expects, this updated new edition includes a number of new examples of college and university buildings completed this century, along with significant new content on sustainability, preservation, technology, and the influence of interdepartmental collaboration on the built environment.

Author Biography

DAVID J. NEUMAN, FAIA, LEED AP, is the architect for the University of Virginia, where he guides sustainability and land use planning, facilities planning and design of capital projects, and stewardship of cultural resources. Neuman previously served as University Architect and Associate Vice Provost for Planning at Stanford University, Campus Architect and Associate Vice Chancellor for Planning at the University of California, Irvine, and Consulting Campus Architect for the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the University of Nebraska System.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Campus Planning
David J. Neuman

OVERVIEW

PROGRAMS AND PLANS

Four Tiers of Planning

Program Areas

Infrastructure

CAMPUS PLANS, DISTRICT PLANS, AND SITE PLANS

Campus Plan and District Plans

Site Plan

SUSTAINABILITY

LANDSCAPE

ARCHITECTURE

Guidelines

ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS

Circulation Patterns

Transportation Systems

Utility Infrastructure

SPECIAL CONCERNS

WAYFINDING, LIGHTING, AND SITE FURNISHINGS

Wayfinding

Lighting

Site Furnishings

KEY ECONOMIC FACTORS

GLOBALIZATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 2 Sustainability, Technology and Universities: Rising expectations for higher education on a global scale
David Nelson

Economic Growth and Higher Education

Constructing the Future University

Governance

Distance learning and its effects

The James H Clark Center

Interactions between sustainable and technical thinking

Energy

Water

Waste management

Mobility and transport

Individual buildings

Future opportunities for sustainable universities

Economics

Chapter 3 Historic Preservation, Rehabilitation, and Adaptive Use of Existing Buildings
Stephen J. Farneth

Introduction

Preservation and the University Setting

Developments in Preservation Practice

Preservation, Restoration, Rehabilitation and Adaptive Use: Preservation and Sustainable Design

Programming / Pre-design Phase

Project Process and Management

Unique Design Concerns

Site Issues

Accessibility

Building Codes

Energy/Environmental Improvements

Structural Systems

Mechanical Systems

Electrical/Communications

Materials:

Acoustical Control

Lighting Design

Interiors

Wayfinding

International Preservation Projects

Operations and Maintenance

Key Cost Issues

Finances, Fees, Feasibility

Chapter 4 Libraries and Learning Centers
Shirley Dugdale

The Changing Learning Experience in the 21st Century

New Scholarship and Research Trends

Predesign Planning: Setting the Context

The Need for a Learning Landscape Perspective

A Spectrum of Formal and Informal Learning Spaces

Managing the Planning Process

Engagement of Stakeholders and User Needs Research

Considering Alternative Futures

Activity-Driven Programming

Expanding the Traditional Design Team

An Iterative Cycle to Stimulate Experimentation and Innovation

Programming

Learning Centers of the New Learning Landscape

Program Components

User Facilities and the Shift to More Collaborative Activities

Accommodating Collections in the Digital Age

Staff Space to Support Changing Roles

Building and Systems Design

Design Concerns

Looking to the Future

Chapter 5 Academic Buildings and Professional Schools
Graham S. Wyatt

Historical Perspective

Role of Academic Buildings on Campus

Current Trends

Cost

Space Programming

Room Types

Flat-floored Classrooms

Divisible Flat-floored rooms: The “Multipurpose Room”

Tiered or Sloped-Floor Classrooms

Specialized Rooms

Technical Considerations

Consultants

Information and Instructional Technology

AV, IT and Classroom Planning

Acoustics

Lighting

Daylight in Classrooms

Interior Finishes

Furniture

Structural and MEP Systems

Building Organization

A Closing Thought

Endnotes

Acknowledgements

Chapter 6 Interdisciplinary Research Facilities
Scott Kelsey

The Evolution of Science Teaching and Research Facilities

Teaching / Learning Facilities

Research Facilities

Planning Building Infrastructure for Interdisciplinary Science

LABORATORIES

COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS

LABORATORY PLANNING PRINCIPLES Flexible and Adaptable Infrastructure

Flexibility within the Laboratory

SUPPORT SPACE

CORE LABORATORIES

STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY

CASE STUDIES: An Evaluation of the Interdisciplinary Research and Teaching Model

Chapter 7 Housing
John Ruble and Jeanne Chen

Residential Life: Evolving Trends and Underlying Constants

An Introductory Guide

A WORD ON FACULTY HOUSING

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: CONCERNS

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: KEY CONCEPTS

Concept 1: Scales of Community

Concept 2: Housing Types

Concept 3: The Hierarchy of Shared Facilities

Concept 4: The 24/7 Student Environment

Concept 5: Fundamental Needs

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: THE PROGRAMMING/DESIGN/PROCUREMENT PROCESS

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: SITE PLANNING

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS’ PLANNING

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: DINING

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: RECREATIONAL AMENITIES

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: CRITERIA

CODE-BASED CRITERIA

BUILDING SYSTEMS

PERFORMANCE-BASED CRITERIA

Chapter 8 - Athletics and Recreation Facilities
David Body

SHIFTING TRENDS IN SPORTS AND FITNESS

ATHLETICS, RECREATION, INTRAMURALS, CLUB SPORTS

ATHLETICS

RECREATION, INTRAMURALS, CLUB SPORTS

FACILITIES

FACILITIES - ATHLETICS

FACILITIES - RECREATION, INTRAMURALS, CLUB SPORTS

STADIA AND OUTDOOR FACILITIES

PROCESS

PROGRAM, FOOTPRINT, AND INTERIOR FIT

RENOVATION

CODES AND ADA REQUIREMENTS

WAYFINDING

ACOUSTICS

SUSTAINABILITY

STRUCTURAL

MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS

FINANCING

OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

KEY COST FACTORS

Chapter 9 Social and Support Facilities
Brenda Levin

History

Trends

IDENTIFYING THE SITE

The Campus Crossing

Preservation and Modernization

DEVELOPING THE PROGRAM

Pre-Design and the Design Process

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

KEY DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

Flexibility and Specificity

Connectivity and Circulation

Adjacencies and Activities

SITE CONSIDERATIONS, LANDSCAPE AND PARKING

Building in the Landscape

Access: Public vs. Service

Parking and Transit

SYSTEMS AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Technology, Data and Telecommunications

Electrical And Communications Systems

Structural System

Mechanical Systems

Lighting Design

Acoustic Control

Codes and the ADA

SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

INTERIOR ISSUES

Materials

Furniture and Fixtures

Special Equipment

Signage and Way-finding

INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGES

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

KEY COST FACTORS

FINANCES, FEES, AND FEASIBILITY

Chapter 10 Cultural Centers: Music, Theatre, Dance and Visual Arts Facilities
William L. Rawn and Clifford V. Gayley

INTRODUCTION

Three Scales: A Framework for Designing Centers for the Arts

CAMPUS SCALE

Managing Size/ Scale

Celebrating Transparency

Creating Multiple Front Doors

Resolving Loading Imperatives

Accommodation of Vehicular Access

BUILDING SCALE

Arts Centers: Revisiting the Public/Private Divide

Performing Arts: Building Organization Typology

Visual Arts: Building Organization Typology

ROOM SCALE

Theaters

Rooms for Music

Rooms for Dance

Rooms for Visual Arts

Developing a Program

The Changing Role of the Arts on Campus

A COLLABORATIVE PROCESS: MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, FINANCE, AND OPERATION

Larger Project Team

Scheduling and Logistics

Key Cost Factors

Program Budget Reconciliation

Net to Gross

SPECIAL TECHNICAL CONCERNS

Operation and Maintenance

Special Equipment

Acoustical Control

Materials & Interior Issues

Lighting Design

Codes & Regulatory Requirements

Structural Systems

Mechanical Systems

Energy / Environmental Challenges

Electrical / Communication Systems

Wayfinding

Preservation / Modernization

CONCLUSION

Looking Forward: The Future of Campus Arts Centers



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