Week 2 HECTTEAS Values Matrix Worsksheet

Description

W1-A1 – Secondary Research and Draft HECTTEAS Values Matrix and Criteria Matrix Assignment
Instructions:
Secondary Research:
1. Conduct a research search for articles on the following influencing factor subjects:
Wellness vs. Acute Care(Medical Model) Healthcare Model
Healing and Therapeutic Environments
Wellness Clinics
Cultural Medical Beliefs and Norms (African Americans, Asians, Hispanics)
Applicable Environmental Psychology/Environment & Behavior Theories
Medical and Dental Clinic System influencing factors
Free Health and Dental Clinics
Traditional vs. Alternative Medicine
Pro bono dental and medical services

2. Create an American Psychological Association (APA) annotated bibliography for submission for this assignment.
The APA Formatting Style Guide – The Owl @ Purdue University
Link: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/1/
Programming Analysis Documents:
1. Using the MS Excel HECTTEAS Values Matrix template Provided in the Pre-design Programming Template section of the Project Brief Overview in Brightspace Learning Path, complete to the best of your understanding the HECTTEAS Values Matrix for this project. Type the information in the Excel Template noting that there are two tabs at the bottom of the document. One is an example and the other is a blank template. Use the blank template. It is due at the beginning of class (BOC).
2. Based on the discovery in your secondary research and from the Project Specific Requirements table in the Project Statement, set up the Criteria Matrix for this project. You will find the MS Excel Template in the “Administrative Documents” of the Brightspace Learning Path. The Template can be edited to expand it to meet the requirements found in the project statement.
Templates:

Fig. 1. HECCTEAS Values Matrix

Link: HECCTEAS Values Matrix Template

Fig. 2. HECCTEAS Values Matrix

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W2-A1 Assignment
Assignment
Due April 27 at 10:59 PM
W1-A1 – Secondary Research and Draft HECTTEAS Values Matrix and Criteria
Matrix Assignment
Instructions:
Secondary Research:
Templates:
1. Conduct a research search for articles on the following influencing factor subjects:
a. Wellness vs. Acute Care(Medical Model) Healthcare Model
b. Healing and Therapeutic Environments
c. Wellness Clinics
d. Cultural Medical Beliefs and Norms (African Americans, Asians, Hispanics)
e. Applicable Environmental Psychology/Environment & Behavior Theories
f. Medical and Dental Clinic System influencing factors
g. Free Health and Dental Clinics
h. Traditional vs. Alternative Medicine
i. Pro bono dental and medical services
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2. Create an American Psychological Association (APA) annotated bibliography for submission
for this assignment.
a. The APA Formatting Style Guide – The Owl @ Purdue University
Link: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/1/
Programming Analysis Documents:
1. Using the MS Excel HECTTEAS Values Matrix template Provided in the Pre-design
Programming Template section of the Project Brief Overview in Brightspace Learning Path,
complete to the best of your understanding the HECTTEAS Values Matrix for this project. Type
the information in the Excel Template noting that there are two tabs at the bottom of the
document. One is an example and the other is a blank template. Use the blank template. It
is due at the beginning of class (BOC).
2. Based on the discovery in your secondary research and from the Project Specific
Requirements table in the Project Statement, set up the Criteria Matrix for this project. You
will find the MS Excel Template in the “Administrative Documents” of the Brightspace
Learning Path. The Template can be edited to expand it to meet the requirements found in
the project statement.
Fig. 1. HECCTEAS Values Matrix
Link: HECCTEAS Values Matrix Template
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Fig. 2. HECCTEAS Values Matrix
Link: Criteria Matrix Template
Resources:
Rubric:
Submission Instructions:
W1-A1 – Secondary Research – HECTTEAS
Values Matrix – Criteria Matrix
W1-A1 – Secondary Research – Draft HECTTEAS Values Matrix and
Criteria Matrix Assignment
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W2-A3 – Week 2 Time Sheet
Assignment
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W2-A3 – Week 2 Time Sheet
Instructions:
Please use one of the two templates whose links are to the right, fill in
time, and then submit to W2-A3 – Week 2 Time Sheet
Links:
Resources:
Rubric:
Submission Instructions:
25 Pts.
W2-A3 – Week 2 Time Sheet Assignment
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VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
PROCESS
TOWARD:
Programmatic
Statement
and
Project
[This
is the brief
statement
of your creative
direction,
that
spark Description
of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
VALUE CATEGORIES
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project. They
form the statement of the project problem to be solved.
VALUES
Facts
Needs
Human
Environmental
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
HOW goals or problem
are met or solved using
Design, Environmental
Psychology, and
Environment & Behavior
THEORIES.
HOW goals or problem are met
or solved in terms of design
elements and principals and
techniques,
i.e. IDEAS.
(THEORY APPLICATION) (PROJECT DESCRIPTION)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR 1) Design Theory
(Things needed as
indicated by client input PROBLEM STATEMENT) 2) Env. Psychology
i.e.: Goals
or research)
Theory
(Combined synthesis of 3) Env. & Behavior
things from Facts and
Theory
Needs columns)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
Cultural
Technological
Temporal
Definition: (planning for
change over time, i.e. not
permantnet; relates to
sustainabilty and space’s
ability to change in the
future.
Economic
Aesthetic
Safety
HECTTEAS EXPLANATION:
Human Values: Functional, Social, Physical, Physiological, Psychological
1. Functional – upports intended activities, Ex. Emergency room, loss of patient because of indirect access to ER rather
2. Social – privacy issues, group stucture, communication, personal space
3.Physical – are there special needs
4. Physiological – what occupants see, notice hear, etc, Ex. Glare, hot/cold.
Enviornmental Values: Site (including views), Climate, Context, Resources, Waste
1. Site and views
2. Climate
3.Context – Conditions surrounding the site, i.e. your neighbors
4. Resources -Water, air quality, building materials
5. Waste – hazardous, pollution, odor, etc.
Cultural: Historical, Institutional, Political, Legal
1. Historical – historical context, forms and meanings
2. Institutional – reason for being
3. Political – Resources to build, possible locations (zoning), what building looks like, constraints, such as regulations
4. Legal – Health, Safety and Welfare, i.e. codes and standards
Technological: Materials, Systems, Processes
1. Materials -client preferecne, cost, construction to finish
2. Systems -structure type, organization (central vs. edge), mechanical, electrical, lighting
3. Processes – how designed, how assembled, inspections
Temporal (defined as not permanent, i.e. planning for change or sustainability): Growth, Change, Permanence
Plans for:
1. Growth – future growth such as additions
2. Change – Planned adaptability for future, re-use, etc.
3. Permanence – sustainable, lifespan?
Economic: Finance, Construction, Operations, Maintenance, Energy
1. Finance – Market analysis, location analysis, project costs, number of residents and income
2. Construction – Establish likely and desired costs in advance
3. Operation – Special personnel needed?
4. Maintenance – Choice of materials, i.e. durability, special design features
5. Energy – terms of cost translated from HVAC, Lighting, Equipment, etc.
Aesthetics: Form, Space, Meaning
1. Form
2. Space (masing, spatial manipulation, façade, i.e. “curb appeal”
3. Meaning – Balance between designer (high style) and client/occupant (popular, less sophisticated style)
Safety: Structural, Fire, Chemical, Personal, Criminal
1. Structural
2. Fire
3. Chemical
4. Personal – dangers and stressors
5. Criminal – Fear of crime and crime prevention through enviromental design.
Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
VALUES
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Human
1. Facility provides
1. Centered around the
exam rooms, x-ray
needs of the users 2.
facitlities, blood lab and create a safe
pharmacy, nurse station, environemnt 3. ensures
dental services, fitness privacy and
center and educational confidentialitiy
area 2. Wellness center
to cater to wide varriety
of people 3. stress free
environemnt
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Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
(THEORY
(PROJECT
APPLICATION)
DESCRIPTION)
i.e.: Goals
1) Design Theory
i.e, Ideas
(Combined synthesis of
2) Env. Psychology
(Stated in vocabulary of
things from Facts and
Theory
elements & principles of
Needs columns)
3) Env. & Behavior
design describe how each
Theory
goal is reached.)
Create a spacethat will
1. Create a relaxing
1. Select colors, patterns
better the life of the users environemnt with the use and finishes which will
by making them feel
of color theory. 2. Create create a postive human
supported and a priority. a very user friendly and response 2. Create
Goal is to reduce the
versalite space (closely distractions through
stree/anxiety of any
follow ADA and UD)
postive reinforcement
potential health related
(artwork, nature
issues one might be
dealing with
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Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
1. Apply Biophellia with
the use of skylights,
windows and plants 2.
Keep in mind all 5 senses
during the planning
process
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Environmental 1. Presence of family
and health care
professionals 2.
bussiness occupancyambulatory care facility
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Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
1. Creat an environemnt
that will trigger all 5
senses 2. views to the
outside 3. sucessful
space planning to allow
cetner to function
efficeintly
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
i.e.: Goals
1) Design Theory
(Combined synthesis of
2) Env. Psychology
things from Facts and
Theory
Needs columns)
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
1. Create an environemnt 1. Biophellia 2. follow
that meets all the heath
space planning
code standards as well as requirements
meets the needs of all the
individual users of the
space.
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Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
Cultural
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
(PROJECT
APPLICATION)
DESCRIPTION)
1) Design Theory
i.e, Ideas
2) Env. Psychology
(Stated in vocabulary of
Theory
elements & principles of
3) Env. & Behavior
design describe how each
Theory
goal is reached.)
1. Color theory 2. Cultural 1. Carefully selecting the
research
appropriate colors to
compliment to users of
the space
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
Boerne, Texas 1.
History of German
Culture 2.Multi-racial
1. color nuetrality to
appeal to the masses
1. To create a facility
which compliments the
different cultures present
in the area without
creating conflict. 2. create
an inclusive environment
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i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
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Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
Technological
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
1. Technology is a very 1. Clear understanding of 1. Provide the highest
prodominent part of the the technology required quality care for the users
wellness center 2.
in each space
by providing the highest
successful planning of
quality of technological
security systems
advances possible
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HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
Carefully evaluate the
appliciable codes
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
1. Create spaces/rooms
that will accommodate the
needs and functions of the
technological
requirements
5/1/2023
Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
Temporal
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
1. The space will see a
constant influx of new
users
1. Focus on adaptability
and versatility 2. Circular
pathways 3. easy
wayfindig
1. Accommodate all the
needs of the current users
while providing the options
to adapt to the future
needs of users
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i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
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HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
1. Funcitonalism
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
1. Ensure that every
aspect of the design has a
purpose 2. Select modular
furniture that can move
and change size/shape 3.
Moveable walls
5/1/2023
Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
Economic
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
1. A mix of economic
status 2. Government
funded 3. Families
heavily relying on
insurance coverage
1. Need to be able to
accept all users who
need the facilities 2.
Funding needed to carry
out all procedures, attain
equiptment
1. Create a space that is
comfortable, inviting and
accommodating while
being concious of budget
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i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
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HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
1. Focus on the lifecycle
of every selection
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
1. Make selections that
are durable and resilient
with out being too
expensive 2. Resaerch
furniture and explore the
life cycle of each to
support each decision
5/1/2023
Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
Aesthetic
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
1. Rounded front and
back side 2. Square
building
1. Create a circular path
of movement 2.
Successfully plan out the
spaces to create
seperation from different
areas 3. Appeal to the
masses
1. Ultimately to design a
space that is pleasing to
the eye and is functional,
comfortable and easy for
the users
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i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
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HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
1. Functionalism 2.
Gestalt
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
1. Create a space that will
control the flow of traffic 2.
Grouping components
together to provide the
sense of seperation in a
large building
5/1/2023
Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
Safety
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
1. Must comply with all 1. Create succesful
building codes. 2.
wayfinding system to
Accommodate ADA and promote easy navigation
UD standards
throughout the building
1. Create an atmosphere
that is safe, comfortable
and serves the needs of
the patients and their
families
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
1. Follow code 2. Proper
signage requirements 3.
Functionalism
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
1. Successfully execute
wayfind methods such as
signage or cues 2. Use
materials that are easy to
clean and safe for the
environemnt
HECTTEAS EXPLANATION:
Human Values:
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Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
1. Functional – upports intended activities, Ex. Emergency room, loss of patient because of indirect access to ER rather
than direct access from outside.
2. Social – privacy issues, group stucture, communication, personal space
3.Physical – are there special needs
4. Physiological – what occupants see, notice hear, etc, Ex. Glare, hot/cold.
Enviornmental Values:
1. Site and views
2. Climate
3.Context – Conditions surrounding the site, i.e. your neighbors
4. Resources -Water, air quality, building materials
5. Waste – hazardous, pollution, odor, etc.
Cultural:
1. Historical – historical context, forms and meanings
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Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
2. Institutional – reason for being
3. Political – Resources to build, possible locations (zoning), what building looks like, constraints, such as regulations
4. Legal – Health, Safety and Welfare, i.e. codes and standards
Technological:
1. Materials -client preferecne, cost, construction to finish
2. Systems -structure type, organization (central vs. edge), mechanical, electrical, lighting
3. Processes – how designed, how assembled, inspections
Temporal:
Plans for:
1. Growth – future growth such as additions
2. Change – Planned adaptability for future, re-use, etc.
3. Permanence – sustainable, lifespan?
Economic:
1. Finance – Market analysis, location analysis, project costs, number of residents and income
2. Construction – Establish likely and desired costs in advance
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Facility: __________________
Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
3. Operation – Special personnel needed?
4. Maintenance – Choice of materials, i.e. durability, special design features
5. Energy – terms of cost translated from HVAC, Lighting, Equipment, etc.
Aesthetics:
1. Form
2. Space (masing, spatial manipulation, façade, i.e. “curb appeal”
3. Meaning – Balance between designer (high style) and client/occupant (popular, less sophisticated style)
Safety:
1. Structural
2. Fire
3. Chemical
4. Personal – dangers and stressors
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Contact: __________________
VALUES MATRIX
Name: ____________________
Date:___________
HECTTEAS Values Matrix
VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Wellness Center
PROJECT CONCEPT STATEMENT:
[This is the brief statement of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input
or research)
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROBLEM STATEMENT)
i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
HOW goals are met
HOW goals are met in
using Design,
terms of design elements
Environmental
and principals and
Psychology, and
techniques,
Environment & Behavior
i.e. IDEAS.
THEORIES.
(THEORY
APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology
Theory
3) Env. & Behavior
Theory
(PROJECT
DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Stated in vocabulary of
elements & principles of
design describe how each
goal is reached.)
5. Criminal – Fear of crime and crime prevention through enviromental design.
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VALUES MATRIX, A PROGRAMMING TOOL: Memory Care
[This is the CONCEPT
PROJECT
brief statement
STATEMENT:
of your creative direction, that spark of creativity, the light bulb toward your creative solution]
PROCESS TOWARD: Programmatic Statement and Project Description
VALUE
CATEGORIES
VALUES
Human
Environmental
WHAT are the Goals of the project?
These three columns help develop the key issues or goals of the project.
Facts
(Givens; things that
cannot change)
Needs
(Things needed as
indicated by client input or
research)
HOW goals are met using
Design, Environmental
Psychology, and
Environment & Behavior
THEORIES.
(DELIVERS ISSUES FOR
PROGRAM STATEMENT)
i.e.: Goals
(Combined synthesis of
things from Facts and
Needs columns)
HOW goals are met in terms of
design elements and
principals and techniques,
i.e. IDEAS.
(PROGECT DESCRIPTION)
i.e, Ideas
(Elements & principles of
Design describe how each
goal is reached.)
(THEORY APPLICATION)
1) Design Theory
2) Env. Psychology Theory
3) Env. & Behavior Theory
1. Large square building 1. open areas to
1. To focus on the priciples 1. Space planning
1. Easy circulation of the
that will accommodate
accommodate for many
and ideas of the
space as well are easy to use
both residences and
people (residences, guests Greenhouse model and
technology or applicance to
guests on a daily basis. and employees) 2. A space create a home-like
contiune the feeling of
2. Space offers foyer,
to create a sense of
environemnt which clearly
independence. 2. Comfortable
living room, dining room, belonging 3. Create a
distinguses between private
public areas with the ability to
den, kitchen, staff areas feeling of self worth and
and public spaces
easily transition to private
and private areas
independence
spaces
1. The needs of the
1. Individual climate
1. Creating an environemnt 1. Functionalism
residences are all
controls in each room 2.
where all the needs are met
different therefore
Easy access to the outside and set to a high standard.
creating a versatile
with a safe sidewalk system Versatility and
enviornment is important
accommodating the needs
2. Mnay different climate
of the residences is most
prefernces
important
1. Selecting finishes and
furniture that will create a
home like environment to
ensure the comfort of all the
residences. 2. Postive
reinforcement of basic cues to
ensure independence of the
residences without
comprimising their confidence
Cultural
Boerne, Texas 1. History 1. Activites must
of German Culture
accommodate different
2.Multi-racial. 3.
ethinicities and cultures. 2.
Acoomodating people
Acknowlege regulations of
with a progressive
the area
disease requires a high
level of education and
pateince from the staff
and family
1. Design a space that
1. Have a clear cultural
mimics a home-like
understanding of the areas
environemnt as well as
as well as for each resident
follow the cultural traditions
of the area
1. Focusing of the culture of
the area to create a space that
is pleasing to all the users
without exlcluding any
ethinicities. 2. Create a
comfortable and accepting
social culture to ensure all the
residences feel at home
Technological
1. Many different
systems will need to be
in place to assist in the
daily needs of the
residences. 2. Select
sustainable and
environmentally friendly
products
1. Each residence needs
access to their own climate
control 2.Secuity system to
ensure the safety of all the
residents.
2. To create the safest
environemnt and providing
all the technological
advnaces to support in the
daily life of someone
dealing with memory loss.
1. Select all the appropriate
equitment needed to ensure
that ease of daily activites for
all residents (ramps, lighting,
saftey annoucements). 2.
Create a succesful lighting
system which will ensure the
saftey of all residents
throughout the day
Temporal
1. The basic structure
will always remain the
same 2. ADA and UD
principles 2. Staff has
control and access to all
areas of the building
1. Finishes that will perform 1. Plan a space that
1. LEED standards 2. Space
well in such environemnt
focuses on versatility,
planning 3. Innovation
and meet health code. 2.
adaptability and re-use for
Secured staff areas
all components. 2. Keep in
mind aging in place and
create a barrier free
environemnt that will
accommodate all stages of
memory loss
1. Keeping in mind the future
growth of the space and the
needs of the current resident’s
without confusing of
complicating basic
requirements. 2. Selecting
furniture that can adapt and
change 3. moveable partitions
Economic
1. A mix of economic
status 2. Government
funded 3. Families
heavily relying on
insurance coverage
1. Need to be able to
accept all users who need
the facilities 2. Funding
needed to carry out all
procedures, attain
equiptment
1. Look for energy
conservation methods such as
solar panels to reduce the
monthly costs. 2. Select
materials that are affordable
yet durable3. Focus on the reuse concept for all products
and make sure it is worth the
investment
1. Follow a realistic yet
profitable budget for all
aspects of the greenhouse
memory care facility. 2.
Focus on energy
conservation methods to
reduce monthly costs
1. Lighting systems 2.
Sustainable standards
1. energy conservation
methods 2. functionalism
Aesthetic
1. follow the ideas of the 1. Create a design that
1. The goal is to design an 1. Color theory 2.
local culture. 2. meet
appeal to all potential users asethically pleasing
Greenhouse residence
heath and saftey codes of the space 2. curb appeal enviornment that is able to princples
3. designed to mimic a
balance and accommodate
home-like environment
the needs of all of the
residents. The ultimate goal
in following the greenhouse
principles is that the space
encourages independence
while following the ideas of
a traditional home
environemnt
1. Provide a spae that is
comforatble and easy to use
for the residents while inviting
to visiting family. 2. offers
residental characteristics 3.
Finishes and accessories that
will challenge the mind and
provide cues to ensure the
comfort of the users
Safety
1. Follow building code
2. Follow life saftey 3.
Successfully wayfinding
system in place
1. Create a safe environment
for all users which ensures
that staff have access to all
areas. 2. Creating a design
that allow the largest sight
lines for the staff 3. Proper
safety and security systems
are in place in all areas of the
residence
1. Life safety devices 2.
Monitoring system to have
views on all areas of the
facility
1. The finished design must 1. Wayfinding 2. Life safety
meet all of the building
3. all applicable codes
codes as well as ADA and
UD principles. 2. The end
result will create an
enviornment that will offer a
sense of belonging, privacy
and safety to the users.
HECTTEAS EXPLANATION:
Human Values:
1. Functional – upports intended activities, Ex. Emergency room, loss of patient because of indirect access to ER rather than
2. Social – privacy issues, group stucture, communication, personal space
3.Physical – are there special needs
4. Physiological – what occupants see, notice hear, etc, Ex. Glare, hot/cold.
Enviornmental Values:
1. Site and views
2. Climate
3.Context – Conditions surrounding the site, i.e. your neighbors
4. Resources -Water, air quality, building materials
5. Waste – hazardous, pollution, odor, etc.
Cultural:
1. Historical – historical context, forms and meanings
2. Institutional – reason for being
3. Political – Resources to build, possible locations (zoning), what building looks like, constraints, such as regulations
4. Legal – Health, Safety and Welfare, i.e. codes and standards
Technological:
1. Materials -client preferecne, cost, construction to finish
2. Systems -structure type, organization (central vs. edge), mechanical, electrical, lighting
3. Processes – how designed, how assembled, inspections
Temporal:
Plans for:
1. Growth – future growth such as additions
2. Change – Planned adaptability for future, re-use, etc.
3. Permanence – sustainable, lifespan?
Economic:
1. Finance – Market analysis, location analysis, project costs, number of residents and income
2. Construction – Establish likely and desired costs in advance
3. Operation – Special personnel needed?
4. Maintenance – Choice of materials, i.e. durability, special design features
5. Energy – terms of cost translated from HVAC, Lighting, Equipment, etc.
Aesthetics:
1. Form
2. Space (masing, spatial manipulation, façade, i.e. “curb appeal”
3. Meaning – Balance between designer (high style) and client/occupant (popular, less sophisticated style)
Safety:
1. Structural
2. Fire
3. Chemical
4. Personal – dangers and stressors
5. Criminal – Fear of crime and crime prevention through enviromental design.
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PROJECT BRIEF
East Dallas Community Wellness Center
INTA 412 Institutional Design
Spring 2023
PROGRAM INFORMATION:
Note: Information from the project background below will need to be considered when creating the Written
Program for this project. Be sure to read carefully and identify information crucial to an appropriate
solution to the problem. The Specific Project Requirements section will have a listing of spaces that must
be included in the solution. The Criteria Matrix MUST have all of these spaces listed!
The Project Narrative:
This Institutional Project is the East Dallas Community Wellness Center which is an initial model focused
on free or sliding scale medical, dental and mental healthcare, wellness education, and sub-acute
rehabilitation care. While the Community Wellness Center is part of the long term care campus, only the
Wellness Center is to be planned and designed.
The need for this model, which is to be duplicated in other areas of the country, is based on the following
research and statistics. Currently, 30.4 million persons of all ages are uninsured including 13.3% of adults
in the 18-64 age bracket (Cohen, 2018). Individuals over the age of 65 are covered by either Medicare or
Medicaid, however the 13.3% under the age of 65 fall into a safety net gap. Approximately 40 million
uninsured individuals delay or forego needed healthcare because they are unable to afford it (Darnell,
2010).
Cognitively challenged individuals present unique challenges based on their need for therapeutic
environments and caring staff with specialized training. In 2019, 5.8 million Americans will be living with
Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and it is estimated that by 2050, this number will increase to
nearly 14 million (Association, 2019). The National Center for PTSD estimates the number of the veterans
from Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIf) and Enduring Freedom (OEF) with Post-traumatic stress disorder to be
11-20% in a given year. The estimated Golf War (Desert Storm) veterans with PTSD is estimated to be
12% in a given year and Vietnam War veterans with PTSD is estimated to be 30% in their lifetime (PTSD,
2019). In 2018, The World Health Organization estimated that 1 in 160 children worldwide have an autism
spectrum disorder and the Center for Disease (CDC) determined that approximately 1 in 59 children are
diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) of which 1 in 37 were boys and 1 in 151 were girls
(Control, 2018; Organization, 2018). The majority of children on the spectrum grow into adulthood and a
recent report shows that the cumulative incidence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) among adults could
exceed 2.8% based on an analysis of diagnosis patterns for people born from 1980 through 2012 (Oss,
2018).
Historically, the key to providing free clinics and services is dependence on volunteers. To that end, My
Medical Home – Dallas will be working with the Free Wellness Clinic to find and schedule pro-bono
medical and dental professionals to support the limited permanent staff. The volunteers will be physicians,
dentists, psychologists, pharmacists, dental hygienists, nurses, specialized medical and dental technicians,
and both occupational and physical therapists. There will be a director of the entire facility assisted by paid
staff member in each of the center’s service areas.
The staff and volunteers will provide the following services: primary care medical and dental services,
minor medical and dental surgery, endoscopic procedures, mental health counseling, integrative pharmacy
services, integrative medicine education, rehabilitation services, and fitness training and facility.
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The Community Wellness Center is a City of
Dallas Program Model receiving financial
support from The Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation, The Ima Hogg Foundation for
Mental Health, the Alzheimer’s Association of
Greater Dallas, and My Medical Home – Dallas
(healthcare volunteer organization). The intent of
these organizations is to provide both local
support for individuals with cognitive challenges
and to create a model with prospects of being
duplicated in different regions of the United
States.
Urban renewal property has been chosen and
made available to the east of the Fair Park for an
affordable amount of money. Please see the map
to the right for the approximate location. The
City of Dallas has arranged for the clearing of the
land in preparation for the Wellness Center’s
construction.
Fig. 1 East Dallas Community Wellness Center Location Map
The 42,370 square feet building will be designed as a healing environment that conveys the 6 dimensions
of wellness through an uplifting full-color scheme and spaces planned to accommodate not only the patient,
but waiting caregivers including family and friends. The design solution must also reflect an economically
responsible image of simple finishes and furnishing for ease of care, infection control and cost control. It is
expected to be created using the “beginning price point” of a beginning/better/best budgetary guideline.
Background Information:
The Site
ONLY THIS BUILDING IS
INCLUDED IN THIS
INSTITUTIONAL PROJECT
Fig. 2 East Dallas Community Wellness Center Campus
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The Structure:
The exterior appearance of the Wellness Center
will reflect the residential character of the community
as influenced by the residential style of the regional
area chosen. Based on the International Council on
Active Aging
(ICAA) ICAA Developers Guide, the wellness center
will be
an IBC mixed occupancy of:
Business (B)/ Business Occupancy –
Sub-category 422 – Ambulatory Care Facility and
Assembly – 3 (A-3): Gathering of People.
The IBC construction type will be a Type 3
construction type using the column and beam
structural method with curtain wall .
Ceiling: 1) The overall ceiling height is 16’-0” above
the finished floor to the bottom of the roof plate; 2)
The steel truss ceiling supports are 1’-6” high with a
plenum height of 4’-0;” 3) The recommended ceiling
height in the offices, clinical areas, and pharmacy is
9’-0” allowing design freedom of higher ceilings in
the more public and assembly spaces; 4) The building
is to be full height windows or curtain wall system.
The interior wall construction will use metal studs
with the appropriate gypsum board type based on
acoustical and fire separation requirements in a mixed
occupancy building.
Fig. 3 Wellness Center Building Section.
Fig. 3 Wellness Center building section
Fig. 4 Wellness Center Typical Curtain Wall Elevation
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There is an automatic fire sprinkler system with heads at 14 feet on center. Sprinkler heads can only be
moved to accommodate walls. The mechanical or HVAC system is a forced air system with air supply and
ducted returns in the ceiling. The units are roof top units with primary duct access in the center of the
clinical area, the educational area and the rehabilitation/fitness area. Dehumidifier system is necessary in
the rehabilitation/fitness area because of the interior pool.
Patient comfort is to be considered when placing the supply vents, especially in patient areas such as exam
rooms, pre- and post-procedure areas, so your input will be needed by the MEP engineer when placing
those supply ducts.
The project design solution must always take into account the health, safety and welfare of the public and
must meet ADA accessibility standards. All designers will be using the following model building code,
accessibility standard and heath code standards.
Code Requirements:
1. Building Code
a. International Building Code – 2015 Edition
Available at the following website:
International Codes Council – Free Codes Online Resource:
https://codes.iccsafe.org/content/IBC2015
b. International Energy Conservation Code
International Codes Counsel – Free Codes online Resource:
https://codes.iccsafe.org/content/IECC2015
2. Accessibility/Inclusive Design
a. The Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS) – Texas Department of Licensing and Standards (TDLR)
Full pdf. TAS Standards 2012
https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/ab/2012TAS/2012tascomplete.pdf
Note: Accessibility circulation is to be considered for the rehabilitation/fitness center including
an access system for entering the pool.
b. Universal Design Guidelines: Center for Universal Design – North Carolina State University
https://projects.ncsu.edu/ncsu/design/cud/pubs_p/docs/UDinHousing.pdf
https://projects.ncsu.edu/ncsu/design/cud/pubs_p/docs/residential_remodelinl.pdf
3. Texas Health & Human Services
a. Texas Health & Human Services – Texas Department of State Health Services
Freestanding Emergency Medical Care Facilities
25 TAC 131 – Freestanding Emergency Medical Care Facilities (PDF, 705KB
b. Texas Department of Health (TDH) Construction Requirements for a New Ambulatory Surgical
Centers
http://texreg.sos.state.tx.us/public/readtac$ext.ViewTAC?tac_view=4&ti=25&pt=1&ch=135
4. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA. –
a. Time to Get Hip with HIPAA
Source: https://www.bdcnetwork.com/time-get-hip-hipaa
b. Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information
Source: https://aspe.hhs.gov/standards-privacy-individually-identifiable-health-information
5. Ergonomic Best Practices in Healthcare Service
http://www-ehs.ucsd.edu/ergo/mcergo/Healthcare_Ergo_Guidelines.pdf
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6. Environmental and Sustainable Guidelines
LEED v4 for Interior Design and Construction – Applicable sections highlighted
a. See Codes and Regulations Tab in Administrative Documents Tab in Learning Path of Brightspace.
The codes and regulations focus of this class will be:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
All aspects of means of egress, i.e., Exit capacity, exit arrangement, limited travel distance, and clearly
defined means of egress paths of travel.
Occupancy classification separation, i.e., compartmentation
Construction type and combustible finishes and furnishings
Regulatory requirements for infection control in FF&E and finish specifications.
HIPPAA guidelines for security and privacy
Interior Systems:


Line voltage electrical system (110/120v and 277v options), which can be supplied through the
columns, ceiling, and walls.
Low voltage electrical systems including (also supplied through the columns, ceiling, and walls):
▪ Telephone landline system
▪ LAN computer network including wireless capability
▪ Nurse call system in the primary care clinic
▪ Fire Annunciation System including a fire sprinkler system
▪ Elopement notification/ security access system (including system for notification of staff through
cell phones and sensor at each exit to the outside. Resident will wear bracelet activation device)
▪ Security access system:
– Side entrances from the assisted living and dementia care residences and the sub-acute
rehabilitation residences.
– Healthcare clinic and pharmacy area to be secured with a keypad or fob entrance system
because of pharmaceuticals on the premises.

Occupancy separation walls for Compartmentation purposes [separating Business Classification,
Business Occupancy – Sub-category 422 – Ambulatory Care Facility, Assembly – 3 (A-3)] must be a
2-hour rated wall assembly. Therefore, the wall type summary for the facility will possibly include the
following wall types (depending on occupancy separation wall location): various rated wall assemblies
along with lead lined wall assemblies constructed based on the life safety code and radiology
equipment requirements of the Texas Department of Health Ambulatory Surgical Center Guidelines.

Acoustic wall construction will be required in admissions area and consultation/exam rooms for
HIPPA compliance.

There must be at least three (3) means of egress, however this number may increase based on the
means of egress requirements discovered in the Life Safety Plan Study. Entrances can also be moved
based on this Life Safety Plan Study. Windows can be added or filled in based on the interior design as
long as the exterior elevation remains appropriate.
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PROJECT SPECFIC REQUIREMENTS
Information from this section will be combined with data gathered from primary research (guest speaker report),
secondary research (from Pre-design/Programming Assignment) and the HECTTEAS Values Matrix to state the problem
goals and proposed solutions. The final document will be the project’s Written Program. As mentioned at the beginning
of this project statement, each of the spaces listed in this table MUST be included in the project Criteria Matrix.
Occupancy Classification Functional Areas
ADMINISTRATION, ENTRANCE, AND WAITING
B- Business Occupancy
Lobby/Reception: 350-450 sf.
a. An open area to allow patients and family to enter and find their way
Classification
b. Reception desk must be clearly visible from the entrance and have a standing
transaction surface, an accessible transaction surface and a work surface for the
receptionist. It will have two staff members, one for the healthcare clinic and the other
for check-in for community-based rehabilitation patients and fitness members.
c. A credenza surface with storage underneath must be located to the side or behind the
receptionist.
d. HIPAA guidelines must be applied.
e. Wayfinding Kiosk in center for wayfinding
Public Waiting Area: 600-900 sf.
The waiting area must have two separate areas, one for the healthcare clinic and
the other for the administrative area.
a. Seating:
1) Minimum seating for 30 in different seating arrangements for people waiting for
patients using the healthcare clinic.
2) Minimum seating for 10 for individuals waiting for appointments in the
administrative offices as well as those waiting to go to the rehabilitation waiting
areas.
b. Play area with well-designed children’s furniture and games with a direct/primary
adjacency to the healthcare waiting area.
c. Nourishment Area with primary adjacency to the healthcare waiting area.
Public Restrooms:
Adjacency: Restrooms conveniently adjacent to the administrative area,
educational area, and healthcare waiting area.
a. Men’s and women’s accessible restrooms with fixture quantity based on 200
occupants (serves healthcare clinic waiting area, multipurpose meeting room and library
and administrative area. Men’s 280 sf./Women’s 360 sf.
b. Two (2) gender neutral/family restrooms directly adjacent to accessible restrooms.
8’x8’/64 sf.
Administration Area:
Community Wellness Center Administrative Office:
Note: Convenient/Secondary adjacency to healthcare clinic (occupancy separation wall
between)
a. Wellness Center Director’s Office (private) 10×12/ 120 sf.
b. Medical and dental services manager (open office workstation) 7.5’x9’/67 sf.
c. Rehabilitation services manager (open office workstation) 7.5’x9’/67 sf
d. Fitness services manager (open office workstation) 7.5’x9’/67 sf
e. Social Worker (open office workstation) 7.5’x9’/67 sf
f. accounting services staff person (open office workstation) 7.5’x9’/67 sf
g. Conference room (seating for 6) 12×12/144 sf.
e. Storage Closet 6×8/48 sf.
f. Copy Center including: 12×21/210 sf.
1) High-use copier
2) Fax machine
3) Six (18) linear feet of assembly counter with storage above and below
Adjacency: The culture of center staff is different from the volunteer staff. Visual and or
acoustical separation may be necessary.
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My Medical Home – Dallas (healthcare volunteer organization).
a. Director’s office (private office) 10×12/120 sf.
b. Coordinator’s work station 8×10/80 sf.
c. Volunteer healthcare professionals and staff work area to accommodate eight (8)
people (open office workstations) 8×8.5/68 sf. X 8 = 268 sf.
Staff Break Area:
Adjacency: Direct/primary adjacency to the outside, with the west side of the
building being the least preferred location (southwest afternoon heat &
humidity)
a. Breakroom to accommodate at least six (10) people 16×25/400 sf.
1) Must have an ADA compliant counter
2) Appliances: refrigerator, accessible microwave, accessible sink, accessible
coffee maker, and under counter dishwasher.
b. Staff restrooms (men and women): 640-700 sf.
1) Private shower and changing area in each restroom
2) Six staff lockers in each restroom
2) Two (2) water closets (women)
3) One (1) water closet; One (1) urinal (men)
4) Storage pantry
5) Soiled linen closet (access from breakroom or from corridor for linen
pickup) 4×4/16 sf.
Service Closets:
Adjacency: No required adjacency except plumbing source.
a. housekeeping closet with a service sink, shelving for cleaning products, and
space for cleaning equipment. 4×5/20 sf.
b. Server closet
Adjacency: Convenient/secondary adjacency to the middle of and on an
outside wall of the building. 5×10/50 sf.
1) Houses computer mainframe; telephone switch; telephone patch panel wall
mounted board, data system patch panel tower.
FREE HEALTHCARE CLINIC AND PHARMACY
Patient Holding Area:
B – Business Occupancy
Adjacency: Primary adjacency to entrance to the healthcare clinic from the main
– Sub-category 422 –
reception and waiting area.
Ambulatory Care
a. medical patient waiting area for 8 people
Facility
b. Dental patient waiting area for 8 people 320 sf.
Central Nurses Station: 420 sf.
Adjacency: Centrally located with medical services on one side and dental
service area on the other side. Both will have staff service counter
a. Patient accessible service counter directly adjacent to patient holding area.
b. Two-sided work counter in center of nurses station.
c. Endoscopy and minor surgery control counter on opposite end of nurses
station from patient service counter 150 sf.
Medical Clinic Area:
Adjacency:
Primary adjacency to one side of the nurse station
a. Four (4) Adult Exam Rooms and Two (2) Children’s Exam Rooms 700 sf.
One (1) exam table, one (1) service counter with sink and storage
above/below, one (1) stool, one (1) wall mounted/movable computer rack,
scale and height scale, and
b. Two (2) consultation rooms to seat four. 12×12/144 sf. X 2 = 288 sf.
c. One nurses work area 5×9/45 sf.
One physician’s charting area 5×9/45 sf.
d. Single accessible restroom 8×8/64 sf.
Dental Clinic Area:
Adjacency:
Primary adjacency to one side of the nurse station
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a. Six (6) Dental Operatories with hygienist and dental assistant work counter
10×10/100 sf. X 6 = 600 sf.
b. Two (2) consultation rooms to seat four 12×12/144 sf x 2 = 288 sf.
c. Single accessible restroom 8×8/64 sf.
Patient Prep 800 to 1080 sf.
Adjacency: Primary adjacency to procedure control counter and nurse station and clean
corridor in front of endoscopy procedure room and minor medical surgery and oral
surgery rooms.
a. Four (4) patient prep spaces, one (1) isolation room
Four (4) spaces with beds including the isolation room and one (1) space with recliner,
night stand and guest chair for each space.
Clean Procedure Suite:
a. Endoscopy Procedure Room 15×20/300 sf.
b. Medical Minor Procedure Room 15×20/300 sf.
c. Decontamination Room 13×13/170 sf.
d. Oral Surgery Procedure Room 15×20/300 sf.
e. Sterile prep room 12×14/168 sf.
f. Scrub area for each procedure room 5×10/50 sf. X 3 = 150 sf.
g. Clean corridor connecting all of the clean procedure areas Minimum of 14’ w. x length
of three procedure rooms
Patient Recovery: 36×60/2160 sf.
Adjacency: Primary adjacency to procedure control counter and nurse station and clean
corridor in front of endoscopy procedure room and minor medical surgery and oral
surgery rooms.
a. Four (4) recovery spaces, one (1) isolation room
Four (4) spaces with beds including the isolation room and one (1) space with recliner,
and a night stand and guest chair for each space.
Radiology:
Adjacency: Conveniently adjacent to clean procedure suite
a. Radiography room with x-ray machine, x-ray table, wall mounted x-ray
panel, and control area with lead protected partition and window.
15×21/315 sf.
b. Mammography/ultra sound room with mammography machine, ultra
sound machine, and examination table. 12×12/144 sf.
c. Two (2) changing rooms. 6×8/48 sf.
d. Development closet adjacent to reading room 10×10/50 sf.
Clinical Laboratory:
Adjacency: Conveniently adjacent to medical clinic area
a. Check-in station 8×8/64 sf.
b. Waiting area for six (6) people 120 sf.
c. Three (2) phlebotomy stations with work table, phlebotomy chair, one (1)
exam table (in one of the two), and shared hand wash sink.
7×7/40 sf. X 2 =98 sf.
d. Accessible restroom with specimen pass-through to processing lab
8×8/64 sf.
e. Basic preparation processing lab 7×12/84 sf.
Medical and dental supply Storage: 15×23/300 sf.
Adjacency: Convenient/secondary adjacency to procedure suite and clinical
area.
a. Provide two entrances, one for medical staff and one for dental staff
1) Provide at least 30 linear feet of case supply storage for both medical and
dental supplies.
Bio-hazard and soiled linen:
a. Soiled linen holding room 4×4/16 sf.
1) Must have monolithic floor
2) Convenient/secondary adjacency to exterior door and must not enter the
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clean procedure corridor.
b. Bio-hazard holding room 4×4/16 sf.
1) Must have monolithic floor
2) Convenient/secondary adjacency to exterior door and must not enter the
clean procedure corridor.
Medical Records:
c. medical records and scheduling staff person (private office) 8×8/64 sf.
1) Direct/primary adjacency to records area.
d. Records Area: 12×14/168 sf.
1) Patient record files for a minimum of current year plus two previous years using a
high density mobile file system.
2) Secured entry
Pharmacy: 680 sf.
Adjacency: The pharmacy must be conveniently located to the clean procedure suite with
a securable service window to the educational area corridor
b. Convenient/secondary adjacency must be provided to the clinic nurse’s station.
c. Pharmacy to contain:
1) Pharmacist’s work station (open office w/ desk and executive return) 12×13/156 sf.
2) Compounding processing room with positive/negative air system 9×10/90 sf.
3) Two (2) Medication refrigeration units
4) A minimum of sixty (100) linear feet of pharmaceutical shelving.
5) Minimum of eight (8) linear feet of accessible work surface for picking and
processing prescriptions with storage above and appropriate storage below.
6) Key card or fab access security system for all doors and service windows.
Emergency Systems Area (At least 5’-0” double outside door and door to inside the
building): 20×20/400 sf.
Adjacency: Convenient/secondary adjacency to server closet on either the east or west
outside wall.
a. Med-gas storage and distribution system
b. Two (2) Emergency Power System generators to maintain power for the restricted
core area in the case of a power failure.
c. One (1) Optional standby power system generator for prevention of data loss
d. Double door exterior access to allow for movement of machinery and access from the
inside as well.
Central Supply and Equipment Storage: 1000 sf.
Adjacency: Convenient/Secondary adjacency to the healthcare clinic on either the east or
west wall.
a. Equipment Storage: Floor space for rolling equipment; At least 60 linear feet of 24”
deep shelving storage for equipment; A minimum of 80 linear feet of medical supply
storage shelving of varying types.
b. Access to outside on north side of building for delivery from the parking area.
EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION/FITNESS
Integrated Medicine and Treatment Library: 15×20/400 sf.
Assembly – 3 (A-3):
Adjacency: Conveniently adjacent to healthcare clinic waiting area
Gathering of People.
a. Two (2) standing computer workstations and one (1) accessible computer
workstation.
b. A minimum of 64 sf. of slat wall system with accessories for displaying
brochures, instructions, research articles and product information.
c. Two (2) 48” square tables with four (4) chairs each
Multi-functional Meeting Room: 1650 to 2000 sf.
Adjacency: Directly adjacent to integrated medicine/treatment library
a. Maximum occupancy load of 150 with appropriate means of egress
b. Flexible seating options for theater and education style seating
1) Storage closet to accommodate twenty (20) 18”x 96” folding educational
tables and 160 stackable chairs 5×15/75 sf.
c. Catering staging area directly adjacent to multi-functional meeting room and
to corridor to outside. 10×15/150 sf.
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Rehabilitation Area:
Adjacency: Directly adjacent to the Fitness Area which must be at the north end of the
building because of the pool.
a. Holding waiting room for eight (8) patients 320 sf.
b. Hydrotherapy area with water tank, counter with sink, guest chair, and
therapist’s desk. 10×10
c. Six (6) physical therapy cubicles, 6×10/10 sf. X 6 = 360 sf.
one (1) parallel bar unit, 3.5×6/21 sf.
two (2) stationary bicycles, 3.5×4/14 x 2 = 28 sf.
one (1) ambulation staircase, 4×7/28 sf.
one (1) total gym EFI machine, 3.5×6/21sf.
one (1) four-sided weight machine, 7.5×7.5/56.25 sf.
One (1) speech therapy area, 12×14/168 sf.
One (1) hand therapy area, 12×14/168 sf.
One (1) occupational therapy area 14×14/196 sf.
four (4) PT standing charting stations. 4×4/16 sf. X 4 = 64 sf.
d. Equipment storage closet 8×10/80 sf.
e. Rehabilitation supervisor’s office 8×9/72 sf.
f. Volunteer staff area. 9×10/90 sf.
Restrooms/changing rooms:
Adjacency: Directly adjacent to both rehabilitation and fitness areas
a. Accessible men’s restroom and changing area 370 to 400 sf.
1) two (2) toilets, two (2) urinals, two (2) lavatories, one (1) shower with
changing area, two (2) changing cubicles, and housekeeping closet
b. Accessible women’s restroom and changing area 370 to 400 sf.
1) two (3) toilets, two (2) lavatories, one (1) shower with
changing area, two (2) changing cubicles, and housekeeping closet
Fitness Area:
Adjacency: Directly adjacent to rehabilitation area at north end of the building.
a. Open area for group exercise groups such as palates, tai chi, and other group
training.
b. Interior pool area for water aerobics Entire pool is 40’cx80’, approx. 40’
inside
c. Free weight area 30×40/1200 sf.
d. Selector zed weight training area 30×35/1050 sf.
e. Cardio-vascular equipment area 45×45/2025 sf.
f. Stretching area 15×20/300 sf.
g. Fitness center staff office 9×10/90 sf.
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PROJECT DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS
The purpose of the construction documents described here is to demonstrate the student’s ability to produce
integrated solutions that accomplish the goals set forth in the project’s Written Program as well as to demonstrate the
student’s ability to produce integrated construction documents that communicate the same design intent from draft
selections to schematic planning to design development and finally to construction documents.
The documents included in these requirements are:
1. Title Sheet
2. General Information Sheet
3. Architectural Space Plan (based on schematic plan)
4. F, F,& E Plan (based on DD ambiance assignment)
5. Finish Plan (flooring only – based on DD ambiance
Assignment)
6. Wayfinding Plan (based on DD system assignment)
7. Life Safety Plan (based on DD system assignment)
Project Objectives
Document Type
8. Reflected Ceiling Plan (RCP) (based on DD system
Assignment)
9. Electrical Plan (based on DD system assignment)
10. Elevations
11. Sections
12. Third Angle Projection drawings. (Based on
Project Document Requirements
Construction Drawing Set (CD Set)
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Documents
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
Construction Drawing
Set
a. 24” x 36” format
b. Sheet formatting to
correspond with
AIA/National CAD
Standard. See Ai-Dallas ID
Department CAD
Standards – 2018 in
Brightspace.
Sheet 1. Title Sheet (G 001)
Title block:
a. Student’s Name
b. Course number and Title (example: INTA412
Institutional Design)
c. Session and Year (Spring 2023)
d. Project Title or Assignment Name
1) Site Plan (See Master CAD file for jpeg.
e. Table of Sheet Contents:
1) CD Set Sheet order from this
Sheet 2. General Information Sheet (G 002)
Title block:
a. Sheet grid explanation – helps find drawings
b. Abbreviations
c. Building Code and State regulation sections
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Documents
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
Sheet 3. Architectural Space Plan (AI 101)
a. Completed final space plan
1) Interior dimensions
2) Because the base plan provided does not include
windows and doors, exterior dimensions must be
included.
3) Room names and numbers to be included
a) Wait until all spaces are created before
numbering rooms. Typically start at front
door and progress clockwise.
Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”
Sheet 4. F, F & E Plan (AI 102)
a. Full furniture and equipment plan, including room names and
numbers.
b. All furniture, fixtures and equipment (F, F & E) must be placed.
c. Designate (Code) F, F&E only in areas described in the
Project Manual (Section II-5)
1) Shade areas not being specified.
d. Appropriate FF&E General and Supplemental Notes.
e. FF&E Schedule
Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”
FF& E Areas to be Specified:
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ICD- Demonstration
Demonstrate ability to
create Integrated
Construction Documents
(ICD)
a. All appropriate
references to be evident
from sheet to sheet.
b. Example of fully
integrated construction
document process from
schematic planning to
final finish plan and
specifications for Public
Waiting Area (Only)
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Documents
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Documents
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
ICD- Demonstration
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Documents (ICD)
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
b. Example of fully integrated
construction document
process from schematic
planning to final finish plan
and specifications for
flooring selections only.
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Adm., Entrance, Waiting
1) Lobby/reception
2) Public Waiting Area
3) Public Restroom, one only, either men’s or women’s
Free Health Clinic
4) Central Nurses Station
5) One (1) Exam Room
6) One (1) Dental
Operatory
7) One (1) single ADA restroom (patient recovery area)
8) Endoscopy procedure room.
a) scrub area
9) Clean procedure corridor
10) One (1) bio-hazard holding room
11) One (1) soiled linen holding room
12) One (1) Means of Egress Corridor
Sheet 5. Wayfinding Plan (AI 103)
a. Create a schematic plan indicating the key paths of travel from 1)
the front door to the 1) multi-purpose meeting room and
2) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
b. Along those paths of travel, indicate each Decision Point [D],
Landmark [L], Map [M] and Sign(s) [S]
c. Choose an area where all wayfinding elements are included, i.e.
signs, decision points, landmarks, etc. and specify the elements
using the following format:
1) Decision Point [D] – What decisions must be made
2) Landmark [L] – Identify the landmark
3) Sign(s) [S] – Sign Type i.e., wall mounted, suspended,
extended, etc. and Sign copy.
Wayfinding Areas to be specified:
1) Area included in the specification circle on the wayfinding plan
2) Multi-purpose meeting room
3) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
Sheet 6. Life Safety Plan (AI 104)
a. The occupancy separation wall should be indicated with a unique
poly-line as shown in the slide presentation on the
Life Safety Plan
b. A Primary and Secondary means of egress option must be
indicated and the Travel Distance calculated from the following
areas to the closest means of egress (ME):
1) Multi-purpose meeting room
2) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
c. Other life safety components to be located on this plan:
1) Exit lights at all ME and turns in means of egress path
2) Automatic sprinkler heads at 15’-0” on center
3) Fire annunciation system components on walls or ceiling
4) Portable fire extinguishers
Life Safety Areas to be specified:
1) Multi-purpose meeting room
2) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
Sheet 7 Finish Plan (AI 105)
Note: This finish plan will be the graphic component of the flooring
specifications integrated with the Finish Key, Finish Legend, and
Finish Schedule found in the Project Specification Manual.
The plan will indicate all of the floor finishes and transitions for the
entire Wellness Center. Hatch the different floor finish type and
annotate the transition components. Create a section symbol at
each flooring transition referring to the appropriate section
drawing on the section sheet.
Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”
Sheet 8 Reflective ceiling plan (AI 106)
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a. RCP to be created for the entire building showing transitions of
ceiling type and heights.
b. Ceiling height changes are to be indicated.
1) A different ceiling design is to be created for
the lobby reception area and the public waiting area.
2) Ceiling bulk heads/fur downs used for ceiling
height transitions and/or wayfinding elements
are to be indicated.
a. Placement of:
1) Luminaire (fixtures) including exit lighting
2) Automatic fire sprinkler heads
3) Annunciation system components
4) HVAC supply & return vents
b. Lighting Schedule
c. Appropriate general and supplemental notes
Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0
RCP Areas to be Specified:
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Documents
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
Adm., Entrance, Waiting
1) Lobby/reception
2) Public Waiting Area
3) Public Restroom, one only, either men’s or women’s
Free Health Clinic
4) Central Nurses Station
5) One (1) Exam Room
6) One (1) Dental
Operatory
7) One (1) single ADA restroom (patient recovery area)
8) Endoscopy procedure room.
a) scrub area
9) Clean procedure corridor
10) One (1) bio-hazard holding room
11) One (1) soiled linen holding room
12) One (1) Means of Egress Corridor
Sheet 9. Electrical Plan: (AE 403)
a. Systems to be placed and specified:
1) Line voltage/power system and low
voltage/communication systems
a) Telephone/voice system; b) Computer/data
system; c) Integrated security and fire
annunciation system; d) Nurse call system
b. Electrical Schedule
c. Appropriate general and supplemental notes
Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Documents
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
Electrical Plan Areas to be Specified:
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Drawings
Sheet 10 Elevations (AI 201)
a. One (1) Public Restroom
1) Lavatory counter design
2) Tile design around the lavatory counter
Adm., Entrance, Waiting
1) Lobby/reception
2) Public Waiting Area
3) Public Restroom, one only, either men’s or women’s
Free Health Clinic
4) Central Nurses Station
5) One (1) Exam Room
6) One (1) Dental
Operatory
7) One (1) single ADA restroom (patient recovery area)
8) Endoscopy procedure room.
a) scrub area
9) Clean procedure corridor
10) One (1) bio-hazard holding room
11) One (1) soiled linen holding room
12) One (1) Means of Egress Corridor
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a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
3) Grab bar placement in accessible WC stall indicating
ADA placement dimensions
b. Staff breakroom ADA compliant kitchen counter
Demonstrate ability to create
Integrated Construction
Drawings
a. All appropriate references
to be evident from sheet to
sheet.
Sheet 11 Sections (AI 301)
a. One (1) Public Restroom
1) Lavatory counter design
2) Tile design around the lavatory counter
3) Grab bar placement in accessible WC stall indicating
ADA placement dimensions
b. Staff breakroom ADA compliant kitchen counter
c. Wall type sections
1) Typical gypsum board & metal stud wall assembly
2) Acoustically insulated wall assembly
3) Lead lined wall assembly
4) 2 Hr. fire rated wall assembly; 2 Hr. fire rated and
acoustically insulated wall assembly (possible); 2 Hr.
fire rated and lead lined wall assembly (possible)
5) One (1) gypsum board ceiling height transition bulk
head or fur down.
6) Floor transition sections
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Project Specification Manual
Use the following Table of Contents to set up the Institutional Design Project Manual. The notebook
should be a digital notebook with a section (individual PowerPoint presentation) for each design phase.
A two (2) in. three-hole binder is recommended for submission of original schematic studies and
drawings.
Order
A.
B.
Task
Final Deliverable
Title page (Inserted on front of the manual and as the first page of
manual prior to table of contents
1. Student’s Name
2. Course number and title (INTA 412 – Institutional Design
3. Session and Year
4. Project Title
Institutional Design Project Manual Table of Contents
1. Pre-Design/Programming Phase
a. Community Wellness Center
1) APA Bibliography of Secondary research
articles, and then the actual highlighted articles
2) Mood Board
3) Criteria matrix
4) HECTTEAS Values Matrix
5) Final Written Program
2. Schematic Design Phase:
a. Community Wellness Center
1) Schematic Components:
a) Criteria matrix
b) Six (6) Relationship diagrams,
c) Three (3) bubble diagrams,
d) Three (3) block plans,
e) One (1) Schematic Architectural Space Plan
a. Digital submission to be the
manual title page, table of
contents, and include all items
indicated in the task column in the
table of contents order.
4. Design Development:
a. Systems
1) Codes and Regulation Documentation:
a) Codes Work sheet: Discovery and
documentation of applicable codes and
regulations specific to this project.
b) Codes Check List: Completed with the actual
codes, regulations and standards referenced in
the planning of this project.
c) Life Safety Schematic Study Plan
– Indication of occupancy separation walls
– Two means of egress paths of travel indicated
from 1) multi-purpose meeting room;
2) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
o Travel distance must be calculated and
indicated at the means of egress (ME) exit
door.
o Exit lights located at all ME exits
o Sprinkler head locations indicated using
14’-0” on center (OC) in the 1) multi-purpose
meeting room; 2) Rehabilitation/Fitness
Areas
2) Electrical Plan Study:
a) Schematic Electrical Plan

Legend: CD Set Plan location

Electrical/Lighting Schedule

Included Systems:
Line voltage system (power)
Low-voltage systems (communication)
Telephone (voice);
Computer (data);
Integrated security and fire annunciation
system
Nurse call system
3) Lighting Plan Study:
a) Schematic lighting plan
▪ Bulleted Lighting Design Concept including:
c. Areas to be specified:
Educational & Rehab/Fitness
1) Multi-purpose meeting room
2) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
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– Methods of lighting
– Light sources
– Lighting systems
▪ Locate lighting luminaires (fixtures) & indicate
Control (switching) location.
▪ Locate automatic sprinkler system heads
▪ ADA annunciation devices
4) Indoor Air Quality – HVAC System
a) Using the FF&E plan, create a schematic plan
showing the location of the following:
▪ HVAC supply and return vents
▪ Positive-Negative Air systems
5) Wayfinding Plan Study:
a) Create a schematic plan indicating the key paths of travel
from 1) the front door to the 1) multi-purpose meeting room
and 2) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
b) Along those paths of travel, indicate each Decision Point
[D], Landmark [L], Map [M] and Sign(s) [S]
c) Choose an area where all wayfinding elements are included,
i.e. signs, decision points, landmarks, etc. and specify the
elements using the following format:
1) Decision Point [D] – What decisions must be made
2) Landmark [L] – Identify the landmark
3) Sign(s) [S] – Sign Type i.e., wall mounted, suspended,
extended, etc. and Sign copy.
b. Ambience
1) Mood Board
2) Color Scheme:
a) Create a digital full spectrum color scheme using paint color
samples and/or products chosen for this project that
represent one of the required seven colors. The seven colors
that represent the formula for a full spectrum color scheme are:
green, yellow, orange, red, violet, indigo, and blue
3) CSI Division 9 – Finishes
a. Finish specification key
b. Finish Legend
c. Finish Schedule
d. Designated (tagged) Mfr. technical data sheets (cut sheets or
tear sheets) and HPD or EPD for each finish specified in the
areas to the right.
e. Integrated Construction Document Schematic Study:
Finish – All flooring
1) Select appropriate floor finishes, transition methods, and
product.
2) Designated (tagged) Mfr. technical data sheets (cut sheets
or tear sheets) and HPD or EPD for each flooring finish
specified.
3) Insert chosen flooring images and information into a
multiple finish specification sheet.
4) Insert flooring code into the transitions shown on the
schematic finish plan in section 3a above.
5) On the finish plan, identify each transition with a section
cutline referencing the appropriate section drawing on the
section sheet(s).
5) Create a written specification for each flooring type.
4) CSI Division 12 FF&E
a. FF&E Schedule
b. Designated (tagged) Mfr. technical data sheets (cut sheets
or tear sheets) and HPD or EPD for each finish specified in
the areas to the right.
c. Integrated Construction Document Schematic Study:
Finish – Seating in lobby/reception & public waiting area
1) Select appropriate seating for the lobby/reception and
public waiting area.
2) Designated (tagged) Mfr. technical data sheets (cut sheets
or tear sheets) and HPD or EPD for lobby/reception
and public waiting area seating.
3) Insert chosen seating images from e2 above along with
and information into a multiple finish specification sheet.
For Electrical, Lighting Plans,
& HVAC
Adm., Entrance, Waiting
1) Lobby/reception
2) Public Waiting Area
3) Public Restroom, one
only, either men’s or
women’s
Free Health Clinic
4) Central Nurses Station
5) One (1) Exam Room
6) One (1) Dental
Operatory
7) One (1) single ADA
restroom (patient recovery
area)
8) Endoscopy procedure
room.
a) scrub area
9) Clean procedure corridor
10) One (1) bio-hazard
holding room
11) One (1) soiled linen
holding room
12) One (1) Means of
Egress Corridor
Educational & Rehab/Fitness
1) Areas included in the “oval”
indicated on the wayfinding
plan
2) Multi-purpose meeting room
3) Rehabilitation/Fitness Areas
For Finish and FF&E
Specifications
Adm., Entrance, Waiting
1) Lobby/reception
2) Public Waiting Area
3) Public Restroom, one
only, either men’s or
women’s
Free Health Clinic
4) Central Nurses Station
5) One (1) Exam Room
6) One (1) Dental
Operatory
7) One (1) single ADA
restroom (patient recovery
area)
8) Endoscopy procedure
room.
a) scrub area
9) Clean procedure corridor
10) One (1) bio-hazard
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4) Insert seating item code/tag into the schematic FF&E plan
5) Create a written specification for each seating type.
Note: Multiple Finish Specification Sheet template seating items and
Master Spec templates are in the Administrative Document file –
templates of Brightspace
holding room
11) One (1) soiled linen
holding room
12) One (1) Means of
Egress Corridor
6. Construction Documents
a. Final CD Set (11×17 format)
b Include Sheets 1-11 from Construction Drawing Section above
7. Presentation Poster (11×17 format)
8. Field Trip and Speaker Reports
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Presentation Poster:
The evaluation of this Presentation Poster will be based on the following:
a. Following instructions
b. Successful synthesis and communication of design intent and solution
c. Successful creation of a hierarchy of information and typography
d. Successful use of a grid layout
e. Composition communicating product relationship using asymmetrical balance
Board Size to be digital using a 36” x 42” format.
Order
Task
Final Deliverable
Presentation
Poster
Create single poster in a 36 x 42 format that
clearly demonstrates the design process
through all required phases, i.e., predesign/programming, schematic design, design
development, construction documents.
a. Creation of a Presentation
Poster will enable the student to
clearly illustrate their process
and provide a furniture plan and
one key perspective drawing to
demonstrate the results of their
project.
The poster should include a furniture plan to be
used for talking points that is annotated
indicating program goals and their solutions as
well as the application of environment and
behavior theories.
A rendered perspective of the pubic waiting
area must be included.
Presentation hierarchy must be focused on
annotated furniture plan and public waiting area
rendered perspective.
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