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Detention Facility for UBC CCM : Design Final Report Guan, Xinyan; Peng, Harry; Wang, YanLi; Wang, ZhenNing; Yang, YaXing 2019-04-08

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UBC Social Ecological Economic Development Studies (SEEDS) Sustainability Program Student Research Report h^ƚŽƌŵǁĂƚĞƌĞƚĞŶƚŝŽŶ͗ĞƚĞŶƚŝŽŶ&ĂĐŝůŝƚLJĨŽƌhDyŝŶzĂŶ'ƵĂŶ͕'ƵŽLJŝ;,ĂƌƌLJͿWĞŶŐ͕zĂŶ>ŝtĂŶŐ͕ŚĞŶEŝŶŐtĂŶŐ͕zĂyŝŶŐzĂŶŐ University of British Columbia CIVL ϰϰϱͬ446 Themes: Water, Climate, Land April 8, 2019 Disclaimer: “UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program provides students with the opportunity to share the findings of their studies, as well as their opinions, conclusions and recommendations with the UBC community. The reader should bear in mind that this is a student research project/report and is not an official document of UBC. Furthermore, readers should bear in mind that these reports may not reflect the current status of activities at UBC. We urge you to contact the research persons mentioned in a report or the SEEDS Sustainability Program representative about the current status of the subject matter of a project/report”.     DESIGN FINAL REPORT Detention Facility for UBC CCM ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ University of British Columbia - UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program April 8th, 2019   Group 12 Guan Xinyan(STU#58708132)              Peng Harry(STU#23525141)             Wang YanLi(STU#50564146)          Wang ZhenNing(STU#33482150)           Yang YaXing(STU#13538153)                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM i  Exuective Summary The TTG Consulting Ltd. has been contracted with UBC Social Ecological Economic Development Studies (SEEDS) Sustainability Program to design a detention facility for UBC Center for Comparative Medicine (CCM). By following the requirements of the client and the Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP), a detention facility will be developed adjacent to the UBC CCM. The purpose of building this facility is to minimize the erosion of the surrounding cliffs, eliminate the flooding concerns due to large storms, and improve the quality of stormwater leaving campus. The final design includes a 100m*50m*4.5m detention pond and a 3-story multi-functional green building.   This report summarizes the design progress and critical outcomes after the preliminary design. Some of the highlights are as follows: the detention pond storage capacity is 20700 m^3; the 100-year pre-development rainfall flow rate is 1579 L/s; the walls of the building will be constructed of large panels of glass; the building’s first floor is designed to be completely submerged underwater; there is a 265.25-m^2 transparent solar panel installed onto the building; the total retainable floor area of the building is 1162.25 m^2. More details can be found in the attached report.   The total cost estimation of the whole project is $4.4 million which includes $0.4 million of environmental protection and permitting cost, $1.6 million of detention pond system construction, $1.3 million of building structure construction and $1.1 million of                            Detention Facility for UBC CCM ii  operation and maintenance cost combined with contingency cost as well as GST and PST in BC. The project will be constructed on May 1st, 2019, and the substantial completion will be achieved on May 11th, 2020, with the full operation coming up on Aug 6th, 2020 .                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM iii  Table of Content Executive Summary………………………………………………………………..i List of Table………………………………………………………………………...vi List of Figure…………………………………………………..…………………...vi 1. Introduction………………………………………………………………..……1 1.1 Project Objective……………………………………………………….……1 1.2 Site Overview………………………………………………………………..2 1.3 Scope of Work……………………………………………………………….2 1.4 Task Distribution……………………………………………………...……..3  2. Design Criteria and Constraints…………………………………………….4 2.1 Design Capacity……………………………………………………………..5 2.2 Economic…………………………………………….……………………….5 2.3 Environmental Consideration…………………….………………………...6 2.4 Sustainability Approach………………….…………………………...........8 2.5 Stakeholder Engagement…………………………………………............8 3. Detention Pond Design Overview…………………………………………10 3.1 Methodology………………………………………………………………..10 3.1.1 Software Used for Design………………………….…………………….10 3.1.2 Key Components of Design…………………...…………………………11 3.1.3 Technical Considerations………………………………………………..12 3.2 Construction Plan of Detention Pond…………………………………….12                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM iv  4.  Building Structure Design Overview…………………………………….14 4.1 Methodology……………………………………………….……………….14 4.1.1 Software Used for Design………………………………………………..14 4.1.2 Key Components of Design……………………………………………...15 4.1.3 Technical Consideration………………………………………………….19 4.2 Structural Design of the Buidling…………………………………….……….19 4.2.1 Vertical Dead Load……………………………………………………….19 4.2.2 Vertical Live Load…………………………………………………………20 4.2.3 Snow Load…………………………………………………………………20 4.2.4 Wind Load………………………………………………….………………20 4.2.5 Load Combination Analysis……………………………………...………20 4.3 Building Enclosure Design………………………………………………..21 4.3.1 Water Control…………………………………………………….………21 4.3.2 Hear Control…………………..………………………………….………21 4.3.3 Vapour and Air Control……………..…………………………….……22 4.3.4 Materials and Damage Functions……………..……………….……22  4.3.5 Assembly……………..…………………………………………….….…22 4.4 Construction Plan of the Building……………………………….……….23 5. Maintenance Specification and Plans……………………………….…...24 5.1 Planning and Design Phase……………………………………………..24 5.2 Construction Phase…………………………………………………..…..24 5.3 Life-Cycle Operation and Maintenance………………………………..24                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM v  6. Cost Estimation……………………………………………………………….26  6.1 capital Cost Estimation……………………………………………….……27 6.2 Operation & Maintenance Cost Estimation……………………….…..…28 7. Construction Schedule………………………………………………….…..29 8. Conclusion…………………………………………………………………….30 Appendix A Construction Drawings………………………………………….……31 Appendix A-1 Architectural Drawings……………………….……32 Appendix A-2 Structural Drawings………………………….……45 Appendix B Class B Cost Estimation……………………………..………….…..57 Appendix C Project Schedule………………………………………………….……60 Appendix D Sample Calculations………………………………………...……64 Appendix D-1 Pump Design………………………….…...….…...65 Appendix D-2 Sedimentation Pond Design…………………..….66 Appendix D–3 Foundation Design…………………………..……67 Appendix D–4 Load Analysis………………………………..…….68 Appendix D–5 Beam Design………………………………...……70 Appendix D–6 Slab Design………………………………….….…73 Appendix D-7 Column Design………………………………….....75 Appendix D–8 Dynamic Analysis………………………………....79                                 Detention Facility for UBC CCM vi  List of Table Table 1: Team List & Task Distribution……………………………………………3 Table 2: Life-Cycle Cost Estimation……………………………………………...26 Table 3: Detention Pond Cost Estimation………….……………………………27 Table 4: Building Structural Cost Estimation……………………………………27 Table 5: Operation & Maintenance Cost Estimation…………………………...28               List of Figure  Figure 1: Construction Site (Google Earth)………………………………………………2 Figure 2: Slab Specifications……………………………………………………..16 Figure 3: Longitudinal Beam Layout…………………………………………….…..16 Figure 4: Beam Cross-section……..…………………………………………….…..16 Figure 5: Column Layout……..…………………………………………………..…..17 Figure 6: Footing Layout……..…………………………………………………..…..18                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 1  1. Introduction The final report is prepared on behalf of the TTG Consulting Ltd. and will present the detailed final design of a detention facility adjacent to UBC CCM. The report will begin with an introduction to the project and followed by detailed information of design components, design criteria, design specifications, construction specifications and a draft plan of construction work. Detailed construction drawings, cost estimate, schedule and sample calculations will be attached in the Appendixes.   1. 1 Project Overview The major objective of the multi-use stormwater detention facility adjacent to UBC CCM is to imitate a complete detention pod to control the water flowing leaving and improve the stormwater quality. The major concerns of this project include the erosion of the surrounding cliffs in Point Grey, potential flooding due to large storms, and the quality of water leaving campus. As a result, the designed detention pond will mainly focus on solving these problems. In the creative part, a multi-purpose green building will be developed in the middle of the detention pond, integrating with the detention pond to provide an opened public community to nearby people.   TTG Consulting team develop the design based on many constraints and criteria, including existing infrastructure, soil geology, standards, cost, community impact, environmental protection and sustainability. The final design report aims at developing structural details design based on the technical design criteria.                                                                  Detention Facility for UBC CCM 2  1. 2 Site Overview The construction will span around 5,000 square meters at its intersection of South West Marine Drive and Wesbrook Mall. UBC CCM is adjacent and UBC Farm is at the Northwest where is 200 meters away to the proposed site. The following figure shows the detailed project construction site.   Figure 1: Construction Site (Google Earth)  1. 3 Scope of Work The project scope as presented in the report includes the following: - Review the technical and non-techincal design constrains  - Detailed design of the detention pond and building structure - Structural loading conditions and design of the whole detention facilty  - A construction plan highlighting the construction timeline and key tasks - A maintenance plan over the design life - An uploaded cost estimate and construction schedule  - Detailed structural drawings issued for construction                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 3  1. 4 Task Distribution The following table indicate each team members’ contributions to this final design. Table 1: Team List & Task Distribution                                                                        Detention Facility for UBC CCM 4  2. Design Criteria and Constraints  The project is developed under the regulations of UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program, and each phase during the project follows all rules set by the UBC Infrastructure and Serving Planning. The location of the project is selected by UBC Campus and Community Planning. Minimum requirements of infrastructure design in the Nation Building Code of Canada (NBCC), British Columbia Building Code and British Columbia Master Municipal Construction Documents (MMCD) are used and adhered throughout the entire design. In consideration of the local geotechnical and climatic conditions, British Columbia Building Code and City of Vancouver Bylaws are also consulted. In addition, the minimum requirements of Metro Vancouver should be reached for all design criteria and construction methods of water mains. The resistance force of structural components of slabs, beams, columns and foundations will be checked according to the CSA code of concrete.   A detention pond is designed surrounding the central building structure; since the collected stormwater will be used to provide potable water for the building, the water, after filtration phase, should meet the requirements of BC Water Quality Guidelines: Drinking Water Sources. The redundant water will be discharged to the UBC Management network, thus, the quality of water should reach the standards of Fisheries Act in Canada, Canadian Environmental Protection Act, Water Act and Environmental Management Act that are required by UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP).   Some constraints are included which mainly come from the underground and overground infrastructures associating with the entire project. Sewer, water and gas                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 5  networks exist below the ground, therefore, any further excavation work should minimize the impact on the underground treatment system. In addition, UBC Farm, numerous trees, buildings and pathways are located near to the proposed construction site, so avoiding reposition of these structures and cutting the minimum number of trees are important in this project. Some other site restrictions such as land availability, dimensions, local precipitation and accessibilities are also included and will be addressed as well.   2.1 Design Capacity The proposed detention pond in UBC is used for water management during the stormwater events and to provide a space for temporary storage of rainwater runoff. Taking account of the design criteria shown above, the detention facility is designed to serve for 75 years and should have the ability to store the water throughout 100-year storm conditions. The building structure design is based on the design load which contains design moment, design shear and design column axial load. All loads are determined by SAP2000; after analysis, the slab and beam of design moment are 157.9 kN*m and 308.2 kN*m respectively, the slab and beam of shear force are 31.7 kN/m and 128.8 kN/m, and the total sustained load of column axial load is calculated as 23,416.0 kN.  2.2 Economic Economic analysis for is necessary for the outlook and performance of a project. The primary goal for the detention pond construction is sustainability, which includes non waste, construction practicability as well as economic efficiency so that the project can acquire adequate investment, and the owners will accept the design. Both of the                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 6  construction and maintenance sectors are considered, thus, a long-term economic analysis is more effective and appropriate. The larger volume of the structure, the more construction cost is incurred in terms of the foundation excavation and the material use. Typical costs that should be considered include as follows: - Initial Costs: purchase, acquisition, design and installation of equipment - Energy Costs: for any product that consumes energy, fuel rates and equipment efficiencies - Operation, Maintenance and Repair Costs: for the incorporated material and system  - Replacement Costs: for any product which have a life span shorter than the construction design life - Residual Values: similar with the resale or salvage value for products with remaining life expectancy -  Financial Variables: project-related interest expenses and inflation rates A water reuse system is included, in order to provide the daily use of water in the building, and the usage of generators, turbines at the end of the pond, as well as solar panels on the roof of building, can significantly fulfill the building’s daily power needs. In addition, the traditional rectangular-shaped pond is used, and this is relatively cheap and will require fewer labour hours.    2.3 Environemntal Considerations The construction undergoing usually has a significant impact on the environment, both on local and global issues. Therefore, fully understanding of the construction impacts becomes important, in order to measure the potential influence on the                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 7  environment and to provide possible solutions for minimizing the adverse impacts. Some possible environmental effects are considered as follows: - Energy Efficiency: during the construction process, using old machines or low-efficiency equipment can largely reduce the productivity and requires more energy consumption to complete the work. One of the better ways to improve energy efficiency is to use high-efficiency machines which have the regular repair and update. - Construction Materials: the wasted construction materials have become one of the major environmental issues caused by construction. Using green material instead of traditional one can be a viable solution since the green material can be recycled and degraded easily. - Material Wastes: The wastes will be delivered from the construction site regularly, and a detailed waste management plan will be provided before the construction begins. - Dust and Diesel Emission: a large amount of dust and diesel can be produced, during the construction phase, which significantly impact the local air quality and climate change. Thus, the related construction rules should be followed, and the wind fencing or a fence filter may be installed in order to control the dust and diesel emission.  - Construction Noise: the increased traffic and construction operation will cause noise pollution to the local stakeholders as well as the surrounding wildlife. Thus, the Noise Control Bylaw specifying the hours and days that can make construction-related noise should be followed.                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 8  - Soils: in this project, a large part of the structure will be constructed underground. The uncertainties include soil composition, contaminated soil in the existing conditions and soil transportation.   2. 4 Sustainability Approach The primary goal of this project is sustainability which represents that the environmental, financial and social impacts should meet the requirements and needs for sustainable development in Vancouver. The detention pond combined with a unique structure should comply with the green building standards as an open public community; a green roof will be added to the building, multiple accessories will be provided to the building to ensure the self-sufficient, and a layer of greenery will be designed along the outer edge of the detention pond. In addition, the on-site construction will use more of the natural, recyclable and less waste produced materials, such as wood, recycled plastic and bamboo.    Waste disposal on-site is also a significant issue for the sustainable requirement; the construction waste includes insulation, nails and the waste from site preparation phase, including tree stumps, dredging materials and rubble. A new construction can create five percent of all construction and demolition material in total, so the waste management for recycling and disposing those wastes is necessary. A detailed waste management plan should be provided before the project starting.  2.5 Stakeholder Engagement TTG Design Team will collaborate with involved stakeholders to ensure the success of this project, and all of the stakeholders are listed as follows:                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 9  - SEEDS Sustainability Program (Social Ecological Economic Development Studies): a program with the aim of advancing campus sustainability strategies and projects, and this is the main client of the project - Musqueam First Nation: the traditional territory is occupied in Vancouver and the surrounding areas - UBC AMS (Alma Mater Society): the student-led and nonprofit organization at UBC - UBC Staff: including all staff working in UBC - CCM: the University of British Columbia Center for Comparative Medicine where is near to UBC campus and will be directly influenced by the project - the Public: including the nearby residence, pedestrians and the Minister of Community who are responsible for long-range planning of the project design, and needs to manage sustainability, land use and community building programs.  - UBC Farm: near to the construction  A stakeholder engagement is the key for the entire project accomplishment, and the strategies must be held and followed during the project proceeding. The design should consider the satisfaction and requirements from all of the stakeholders. The engagements will be performed by being open-minded, cooperative and willing to listen to the public. Moreover, substantive discussion and reasonable changes for the design needs to be considered in order to accommodate the requests and concerns from the involved stakeholders.                                                                Detention Facility for UBC CCM 10  3. Detention Pond Design Overview TTG designed the detention pond based on the EPA SWMM model developed to sustain 100-year storm events. The dimension of the detention pond is 100 x 60 x 4.5 m, with a total storage capacity of 21,000 cubic meters even in the event of 100% valve blockage.  3.1 Methodology To design the detention pond, TTG used the following methods. Firstly, an EPA SWMM model is developed from the GIS data to obtain the hydrographs and the maximum flow rates. After this step, the detention pond is then sized in excel after exporting all tables. The size and depth of the detention pond is determined in this step. The final step to ensure that the sizing of the detention pond is sufficient is by adding a detention pond into the SWMM model and set the designed parameters. The model is then analyzed to ensure that the water will not overflow.  3.1.1 Software Used for Design The software used within TTG’s detention pond design are EPA SWMM, Autodesk Revit Architecture, Autodesk Revit Structure, Sap2000, Navisworks, and Microsoft Project. EPA SWMM EPA SWMM is used to generate a model for the entire study area. The model is then analyzed to obtain the 100-year maximum flow rates as well as the hydrographs. After obtaining the previous information, the detention pond and the orifice could then be sized.                                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 11  Autodesk Revit Architecture & Structure The two Autodesk Revit software are used in modeling the detention pond with sizing obtained from EPA SWMM. The architecture drawings exported from Autodesk Revit Architecture as well as the detailed structural drawings exported from Autodesk Revit Structure are combined to obtain a final model. Sap2000 Sap2000 is used by TTG to analyze the detention pond in the case of earthquake loading. The detention pond is considered as a one-story building. Navisworks & Microsoft Project TTG uses Microsoft Project to construct a detailed schedule for the construction of the detention pond. Then Navisworks is used to animate and analyze the entire construction process.  3.1.2 Key Components of Design The key components of TTG’s detention pond design are the inner four walls of the detention pond, the outer sedimentation basin that surrounds the interior storage pond, and a pump that discharges water in the case of valve blockage. Interior Walls of the Detention Pond The interior storage pond walls are designed based on the NBCC. The width of the storage pond is consisted of two walls of 60 m x 4.5 m with a thickness of 300 mm. The cover is 45mm, the longitudinal and horizontal rebars are 20M @ 400mm spacing. The confinements are 10M @ 600 mm. Sedimentation Pond Team TTG incorporated a sedimentation pond into the surrounding of the interior detention pond. The total length of the sedimentation pond is 328 meters with a                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 12  width of 6 meters. The height of water is kept as 1.2 meters. Therefore, with a discharge of 1.53 m3/s, the flow time is 1543.5 seconds, and the settling percentage is 100%. Pump The pump used by TTG in the detention pond to discharge water in the event of valve blockage. The pump has an inner diameter of 410 mm and a wall thickness of 3.6 mm. It provides a maximum flow of 25.5 L/min and is only activated in when valve blockage is detected.  3.1.3 Technical Considerations To prevent the water within the pond from freezing during low temperature seasons, heating pads is to be added at the bottom of the detention pond. These heating pads will cause the water to stay above 0 degree Celsius.  Also, to prevent the concrete from freezing during setting, TTG uses low slump, air-entraining concrete. Similarly, accelerators will be added as well to decrease the setting time.   3.2 Construction Plan of Detention Pond The main sections for the construction of the detention pond are site excavation, installation of soil anchors, underground piping, concrete forming, concrete pouring, and backfill & compacting. Following chronological order, the detention pond excavation takes a total of 35 days, starting on May 10th, 2019 and ends on June 27th, 2019. The installation of the soil anchors occurs at the same time as the excavation and lasts 35 days in total. The forming of the detention pond is scheduled to happen the day after the excavation completes and takes a total of 30 days,                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 13  starting from June 28th, 2019 and ending on August 8th, 2019. On the day that the forming finishes, the pouring of concrete starts, and lasts for a total of 35 days, from August 8th, 2019 to September 25th, 2019. The final construction step for the detention pond is backing filling and compacting, which lasts for a total of 15 days, starting on September 26th, 2019 and ending on October 16th, 2019.                                                                                                Detention Facility for UBC CCM 14  4. Building Structure Design Overview The building structure in the middle of the detention pond is partially submerged underwater. The building is of 25 m in length and 16 m in width. It is a three-story building and has an overall height of 11.5 m measured from the datum at the bottom of the detention pond.  4.1 Methodology To design the building structure, TTG used the following methods. At the start of the design process, a basic conceptual building design was created, along with simple drawings. Then, TTG built a first model in Autodesk Revit Architecture. After obtaining the favorable exterior design and dimensions, TTG started working on the structural designs. TTG designed four main sections for the structure of the building. Firstly, TTG designed the reinforced concrete slabs for each of the three stories. Then, TTG moved on to designing the reinforced concrete beams after obtaining the weight of the slabs. The columns that supports the beams are designed next, from the top floor down. Finally, after designing the columns on the first floor, the foundation of the building is designed. After designing all these components in Autodesk Revit Structural, the finalized construction drawings are extracted, and is provided in Appendix A of this report.  4.1.1 Software Used for Design Similar to the detention pond design, the TTG also uses the same software to design the building structure. The software that the TTG used are within the design of the building (Sub-Mizu) are Autodesk Revit Architecture, Autodesk Revit Structure, Sap2000, Navisworks, and Microsoft Project.                                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 15  Autodesk Revit Architecture & Structure Similar to the detention pond, the design of the building uses the programs Autodesk Revit Architecture and Structure in the same way. First, a fully architecture model is developed. Then, a fully structural model is developed. Finally, the two models are combined to generate the final model that is included in the Appendix.  Sap2000 Compared to the detention pond, Sap2000 is used more thoroughly in the design of the building. First a simple 3D three-story model is created in Sap2000 to represent our building. Then, the model is analyzed using Linear-Modal, SRSS from the first mode to the third mode.  Navisworks & Microsoft Project Similar to the design of the detention pond, TTG uses Microsoft Project to construct a detailed schedule for the construction of the building structure. Then Navisworks is used to animate and analyze the entire construction process.   4.1.2 Key Components of Design The key components of design for the building Sub-Mizu are the interior slabs, beams, columns, and foundation. All designs are based on the NBCC and CSA Codes.  Interior Slab Design The slab system for this building is consisted of only one type of one-way slab. The slab is of 240 mm thick and has tension reinforcement of 15M@200 mm to withstand a maximum moment of 63.36 kN.m. The thermal and shrinkage reinforcements are                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 16  of 15M@400mm. There is no need for shear reinforcements due to the fact that the concrete shear strength is higher than the maximum shear loading.  Figure 2: Slab Specifications Interior Beam Design TTG designed a one size fits all beam for this building. The size of the beam is 600 x 300 mm. The longitudinal reinforcements for tension are 8-20M in a two-layer layout. The shear reinforcement specification for this beam is 2-legged 10M@300mm spacing with 2-135-degree hooks at the top. The maximum moment this beam can withstand is 343.0 kN.m and the maximum shear force this beam can withstand is 235.9 kN.          Figure 3: Longitudinal Beam Layout                                  Figure 4: Beam Cross-section                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 17  Interior Column Design TTG designed three types of columns for the building structure. The following figure shows the column layout. Columns 1, 2, 3, and 4 are Type I, columns 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 are Type II, and columns 11, and 12 are Type III.  Figure 5: Column Layout  Type I Column: Type I columns have a size of 300 x 300 mm. The longitudinal steel reinforcements are 4-20M with stirrups of 10M@ 300 mm spacing. Type I columns can sustain a vertical load of 1057 kN. Type II Column: Type II columns have a size of 300 x 300 mm. The longitudinal steel reinforcements are 6-35M with stirrups of 10M@ 300 mm spacing. Type II columns can sustain a vertical load of 2049 kN. Type III Column: Type III columns have a size of 600 x 300 mm. The longitudinal steel reinforcements are 8-35M with stirrups of 10M@ 300 mm spacing. Type III columns can sustain a vertical load of 3923 kN.   Foundation Design TTG designed four types of foundations for the building structure. The specification of each are given below.                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 18  Foundation I: Foundation I is to be connected to the bottom of columns 1,2,3 and 4. It has a size of 2.00 x 2.00 x 0.45 m. The rebar reinforcement within this type of foundation is 6-20M at a spacing of 300 mm with a clear cover of 75mm. Foundation II: Foundation II is to be connected to the bottom of columns 5,6,8 and 10. It has a size of 2.00 x 2.00 x 0.65 m. The rebar reinforcement within this type of foundation is 6-25M at a spacing of 300 mm with a clear cover of 75mm. Foundation III: Foundation III is to be connected to the bottom of columns 7 and 8. It has a size of 2.50 x 2.50 x 0.65 m. The rebar reinforcement within this type of foundation is 5-20M at a spacing of 450mm with a clear cover of 75mm. Foundation IV: Foundation IV is to be connected to the bottom of columns 11 and 12. It has a size of 3.00 x 3.00 x 0.90 m. The rebar reinforcement within this type of foundation is 6-35M at a spacing of 450 mm with a clear cover of 75mm.  Figure 6: Footing Layout                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 19  4.1.3 Technical Considerations To prevent the water within the pond from freezing during low temperature seasons and cause a high compressive stress at the first floor of the building, thermal pads are placed at the bottom of the detention pond. At the same time, leakage prevention and monitoring on the first floor will be a continuing process, with sensors at the bottom of every glass window to detect any first signs of leakage.    4.2 Structural Design of the Building The accuracy of load combination has a direct impact on the safety and economic efficiency of the structural design. So, it is important to reasonably select probable loads in this part. The load analysis in this project consists of vertical dead load, vertical live load, snow load, and wind load.   4.2.1 Vertical Dead Load The vertical dead load mainly refers to the self-weight of the structure. Several assumptions are made in this part to obtain the estimated dead loads. Firstly, the main material used in the structural system in the Sub-Mizu building is concrete, and the density varies between 2400-3000 kg/m3. Therefore, the assumed concrete density in this project is the average of these numbers, which is 2700 kg/m3. Secondly, the slab thickness and column section are 250 mm and 300x300 mm respectively in this project. Finally, the beam section 300x600 mm is used in this project. After taking these assumptions into account, the dead load of the building Sub-Mizu is 11830.36 kN. Sample calculations are provided in Appendix D-4 Load Analysis.                                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 20  4.2.2 Vertical Live Load There are many types of vertical live loads, which includes all service loads. For this project, the vertical live load is estimated according to NBCC Table 4.5.1.3, specified uniformly distributed live loads on an area of floor or roof. By checking the museums' requirement, the live load is 4.8 KPa. Therefore, the total live load in the Sub-Mizu is 5578.8 kN. Sample calculations are provided in Appendix D-4 Load Analysis.  4.2.3 Snow Load Snow load is a vertical load that acts upon roofs. According the NBCC 2010 4.1.6.2, the snow load is calculated from the equation: S=Is[Ss(CbCwCsCa)+Sr]. By checking NBCC, the importance factor Is=1, Ss=1.1 kPa, and Sr=0.2 kPa. Assuming all "C" factors are 1, the calculated snow load is 1.3 kPa.  4.2.4 Wind Load Wind load is a lateral load mainly acting on the windward side of the building. The load equation is P=Iw·q·Ce·Cg·Cp according to NBCC 2010 4.1.7.1. By checking the NBCC 2010 Table C-2, q=0.57 for 1/50 years. Assuming P=2.6q, so the calculated wind load is 1.482 kPa.   4.2.5 Load Combination Analysis By checking the NBCC 2010 Table 4.1.3.2A, TTG calculated all cases to find the governing case. After calculation, the governing load combination is found to be 1.25D+1.5L+0.5S, and the factored total vertical load is 23416.15 kN.                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 21  4.3 Building Enclosure Design  The primary function of building enclosure is to physically separate the interior and exterior environments, providing a comfortable indoor living environment. Four control mechanisms are used to control the energy flows, including water, thermal, air and vapour control.  4.3.1 Water Control Due to constant rainfall events in Vancouver, water control is the primary concern for both the building construction and operation. Inadequate design may cause serious damage to the wall, which reduces the service life of the whole building. The control mechanisms include deflection, drainage, drying and durable materials. Since curtain walls are used for the entire first floor, the glass can effectively control the water. For the second and third floors, sheet metal flashings are used to deflect the water around windows. Shingles are used on the cladding to act as the first layer to deflect water for the exterior wall. Two additional drainage planes are designed to avoid water penetration. The first plane is between the structure wall and the insulation layer, and the second plane is between the insulation layer and the cladding.   4.3.2 Heat Control  A proper heat control can minimize the energy losses and gains through the enclosure, which reduces the load on building space conditioning systems and reduces the capital cost of unnecessary heating and cooling. The insulation layer is put out of the vapour control layer to avoid the condensation in the wall. Several insulation materials are compared, including stone wool, fibreglass and polyurethane foam. Finally, the 2-pound high density closed-cell polyurethane foam is chosen for                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 22  this project because it has fairly higher thermal resistance, and it can be used for both wet and dry locations. It can also be used for both the attics below sheathing and the below-grade wall.   4.3.3 Vapour and Air Control  Due to the distinct nature of this project that the building is surrounded by a detention pond filled with water throughout the year, the temperature change will generate vapour which may intangibly diffuse into the wall. Several effective vapour barrier materials are compared, including polyethylene sheet, external paints and self-adhesive membranes. For this project, polyethylene sheet is chosen because it is not only a reliable material commonly used for similar projects, but it is also used as air barrier.    4.3.4 Materials and Damage Functions  During winter, the local temperature in Vancouver may sometimes drop below zero degree, so the damages caused by constant freeze-thaw cycles need to be prevented. Also, water with salts and minerals in the pond will evaporate, and the residual salts can cause the spalling of the foundation structure. Therefore, special treated brick and concrete are used to avoid being deteriorated. In addition, fasteners and any other steel components need to be coated with zinc to prevent corrosion.   4.3.5 Assembly For the connections between the exterior cladding and the inner wall, isolated galvanized clips are used for this project because they have low thermal                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 23  conductance, which reduces the thermal bridging effect and saves a lot of heat energy. This roof for this project is a traditional low-slope roof with 2% slope to provide drainage. On top of the control layers, filter fabric and ballast are designed to protect the roof.   4.4 Construction Plan of the Buidling  The main sections for the construction of the building structure are slab construction, beam construction, column construction, wall construction, glass wall construction, roof construction, stair forming, and entrance connection construction. Following chronological order, the slab construction takes a total of 50 days, starting on October 21th, 2019 and ends on December 27th, 2019. The beam construction takes a total of 50 days, starting on October 21th, 2019 and ends on December 27th, 2019. Similar to the slab and beams, the column construction takes a total of 50 days, starting on October 21th, 2019 and ends on December 27th, 2019. The concrete wall construction takes a total of 45 days, starting on December 30th, 2019 and ends on February 28th, 2019. The glass wall installation takes a total of 20 days, starting on December 30th, 2019 and ends on January 24th, 2020.  The roof construction takes a total of 50 days, starting on March 2nd ,2020 and ends on May 8th, 2020. The stair forming takes a total of 15 days, starting on May 11th, 2020 and ends on May 29th, 2020. Finally, the entrance connection construction takes a total of 40 days, starting on October 17th, 2020 and ends on December 11th, 2020.                                                                   Detention Facility for UBC CCM 24  5. Maintenance Specification and Plans 5.1 Planning and Design Phase Operation and Maintenance (O&M) activities should start at the planning and design phase and continue through the building life cycle. During this stage, professional maintenance persons should get involved and identify maintenance requirements. For example, it is necessary to identify equipment access requirements, monitor construction conditions, and check electrical and mechanical connections. In addition, an independent (O&M) team should be involved, and the team can represent the project development team so that specific problems related to O&M can be delivered and fixed on time.   5.2 Construction Phase For the purpose of ensuring efficient O&M, it is highly recommended that the O&M team develop official and accurate maintenance documentations related to the building and update in a timely manner. Furthermore, a detailed manufacturer manual should be established in order to install and maintain equipment accurately. The manual should be reviewed by the owner as well as the consultant team, and it should be updated in different construction phases.  5.3 Life-Cycle Operation and Maintenance  Due to the reason that the O&M includes structure elements of the building and detention pond, a knowledgeable and well-organized management team should be hired. Moreover, to maintain a specific equipment or structure element, well- trained and skilled workers are also needed. The purpose of the hired O&M team include operating, maintaining, and improving the equipment or facilities to achieve reliable, safe, and energy efficient performance. By doing this, the designated usage life can be accomplished. Additionally,                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 25  O&M management team should apply and manage day-to-day maintenance activities in order to keep the facilities running normally.                                                                                      Detention Facility for UBC CCM 26  6. Cost Estimation Based on the final design detailed in the previous section, a Class B(Substantive) cost estimate was prepared.  The total cost of the project is comprised of the first costs, including permitting, project management, construction, contingency, PST, GST and the annual operating and maintenance fees. A breakdown of these costs is summarized in Table 2 below. A detailed list of cost estimation has been provided in Appendix B Class B Cost Estimation Detail  Table 2: Life-Cyle Cost Estimation                                                                Detention Facility for UBC CCM 27  6.1 Capital Cost Estimation  Table 3 and 4 summarize the contractor costs to fully implement the proposed design of the reservoir and distribution system. The costs are broken into majo divisions as per specified in the Master Municipal Construction Documents(MMCS). All estimates are exclusive of PST(7%), GST(5%).  Table 3: Detention Pond Cost Estimation    Table 4:Building Structural Cost Estimation                                                                Detention Facility for UBC CCM 28  6.2 Operation & Maintenance Cost Estimation  The lifespan of the project is anticipated to be 75 years. Therefore, the operating and maintenance costs are estimated based on the approximate costs on a one-year span. Table 5 lists the detailed estimates of each component including contingency, GST and PST.  Table 5:Operation & Maintenance Cost Estimation                                                                                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 29  7. Construction Schedule A final schedule has been developed for the entire project based on a start day on May 1st, 2019 and a work schedule of 5 days a week. The detailed project schedule is provided in Appendix C Project Schedule Detail  A summary of the construction milestone date is as follow: - Starting May 1st, 2019, site preparation on - Foundation excavation is estimated to be started on May 10th, 2019 and be finished in 114 workdays. This phase is expected to be finished on Oct 16th, 2019.             - Building construction is expected to be started on Oct 17th, 2019 and to finish in 162 workdays on May 29th,2020. - Detention pond construction is expected to be started at the same time with building construction and finished construction within 40 workdays on Dec 16th, 2019. - Finishing is estimated to be started after roof construction on May 11th, 2020 and to be finished in 63 workdays. The expected commission date is August 6th, 2020.  The schedule was made under the assumption that all the phases can start on time.                                                                    Detention Facility for UBC CCM 30  8. Conclusion The primary goal of this design is to present a potential solution to the erosion of the UBC CCM surrounding cliffs, flooding caused by large storms, and the quality of stormwater leaving campus. The main objective of this project is to scope and design a multi-use detention facility for UBC Center for Creative Medicine. The design decision is made by doing a geotechnical investigation and data collection.    The final design is to build a detention pond with partially submerged green building. The total storage capacity is approximately 20700 m3 which are able to hold the entire 100-year storm event precipitation. The building is fully self-sufficient and always partially submerged under water.   Computer software such as SWMM is used to develop the stormwater management; Revit and SAP2000 are used to develop models and run simulations during the design process to generate a better image of the future implementation.  Furthermore, the total estimated span of this project construction is 15 months which is scheduled to start from May 1st, 2019 to August 6th, 2020. The life-cycle cost of the project is estimated to be $4.4 million.                                                                    Detention Facility for UBC CCM 31               Appendix A Construction Drawings                             Detention Facility for UBC CCM 31           Appendix A Construction Drawings                                                                                                                                                                       Detention Facility for UBC CCM 32  Appendix A-1 Architectural Drawings                                                                                                                                                                      Detention Facility for UBC CCM 33                                                                                                                                                                       Detention Facility for UBC CCM 34                                                                                                                                                                        Detention 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Facility for UBC CCM 45  Appendix A-2 Structural Drawings                                                                                                                                                                      Detention Facility for UBC CCM 46                                                                                                                                                                       Detention Facility for UBC CCM 47                                                                                                                                                                       Detention Facility for UBC CCM 48                                                                                                                                                                       Detention Facility for UBC CCM 49                                                                                                                                                 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                     Detention Facility for UBC CCM 55                                                                                                                                                                       Detention Facility for UBC CCM 56                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 57           Appendix B Class B Cost Estimation   Man Hr Rate($) Qty Unit Rate($) Qty Unit Rate($) Qty Rate($)Surveying 12 145 1 1,500$           3,240$                  Project Recod Documents 1 2,000$           2,000$                  Material Testing Soil Compaction&Concrete Testing 100 200 1 3,000$           23,000$                Project Manager 1142 60 68,520$                Project Coordinator 1142 35 39,970$                Safety Officer 1142 12 13,704$                Site Superintendent 1142 65 74,230$                Traffic Control 1 8,000$           8,000$                  Temporary Power Design Install and Consumption 15 month 350$             1 8,000$           13,250$                Temporary Facilities Temporary Toliets, Offices, Drinking Water 15 month 100$             15 month 1,550$          1 1,500$           26,250$                Waste Management Container Rental, Cleaning 21 40 15 month 200$             3,840$                  First Aid 15 month 1,000$          15,000$                291,004$           Sitework Demolition&Removal Cut 200 trees 25 800 200 trees 1,000$          10 each 1,500$          1 65,000$         300,000$              Excavation, Trenching, and Backfilling Machine excavation, common earth 2000 400 50 day 690$             834,500$              Floor Construction Concrete puring and finishing -$                      Roof Construction Roof constructing and covering -$                      Walls Construction Exterior and interior walls -$                      Glass Walls -$                      Stair Construction Stair flights and landings -$                      Interior Doors Transporing and installing -$                      Exterior Doors Transporing and installing -$                      1,134,500$      Concrete Forming Pouring Concrete 750 45 1782 m^3 25$               78,300$                Concrete Reinforcement Placement of Rebar 18 24 2397 m 1$                 3,428$                  Cast-in-Place Concrete 21 21 643 m^3 25$               16,516$                Concrete Finishes Exterior Protection 14 50 15 cans 100$             2,200$                  Concrete Curing for Foundations, walls and floors 120 25 3,000$                  103,444$         Pipe Placement 12 25 6 each 23$               1 1,200$           1,637$                  Pump 4 32 2 each 360$             1 1,800$           2,648$                  Disinfection -$                      Domestic Water Distribution -$                      Standpipes -$                      Plumbing Fixtures -$                      4,285$             Pump Maintenance 2 2,000$          4,000$                  Pond Maintenance 1 3,500$          3,500$                  7,500$             562,500$         2,095,733$  58Subtotal:03  Concrete Subtotal:33 Utilities MaintenanceTotalDetention Pond01 General RequirementSubtotal:02 Site ConstructionDescription Item Labour Material Equipment SubcontractDetention Facility fo UBC CCM Class B Cost Estimation                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCMSubtotal:1-Year Maintenance Subtotal:Detention Pond Lifecycle Cost:Lifecycle Maintenance Subtotal:Man Hr Rate($) Qty Unit Rate($) Qty Unit Rate($) Qty Rate($)Surveying 12 145 1,740$                  Project Recod Documents -$                      Material Testing Soil Compaction&Concrete Testing 65 200 13,000$                Project Manager 1714 60 102,840$              Project Coordinator 1714 35 59,990$                Safety Officer 1714 12 20,568$                Site Superintendent 1714 65 111,410$              Traffic Control -$                      Temporary Power Design Install and Consumption 15 month 350$             5,250$                  Temporary Facilities Temporary Toliets, Offices, Drinking Water 15 month 100$             15 month 1,550$          24,750$                Waste Management Container Rental, Cleaning 31 40 15 month 200$             4,240$                  First Aid 15 month 1,000$          15,000$                358,788$         Sitework Demolition&Removal Cut 200 treesExcavation, Trenching, and Backfilling Machine excavation, common earthFloor Construction Concrete puring and finishing 1550 27.3 1162.25 m^2 1$                 42,896$                Roof Construction Roof constructing and covering 1050 27.3 265.25 m^2 6$                 30,257$                Walls Construction Exterior and interior walls 800 27.3 3891.92 m^2 1$                 23,786$                Glass Walls 170 28.6 609.81 m^3 20$               55 75$                21,183$                Stair Construction Stair flights and landings 520 27.3 2 each 11,725$        37,646$                Interior Doors Transporing and installing 26 778.13 25 each 1,001$          1 2,000$           47,256$                Exterior Doors Transporing and installing 6 1411.5 9 each 3,825$          1 2,500$           45,394$                248,418$         Concrete Forming Pouring Concrete 350 900 m^3 25$               22,500$                Concrete Reinforcement Placement of Rebar 10 24 1331 m 1$                 1,904$                  Cast-in-Place Concrete 11 21 357 m^3 25$               9,156$                  Concrete Finishes Exterior Protection 10 50 10 cans 100$             1,500$                  Concrete Curing for Foundations, walls and floors 400 25 10,000$                45,060$           Pipe PlacementPumpDisinfection 43 22.8 20700 m^3 5$                 2 2,000$           115,104$              Domestic Water Distribution 28 24.4 830 m^2 8$                 2 2,200$           11,873$                Sprinkler 34 22.3 1472 m^2 31$               2 2,800$           51,666$                Standpipes 16 25 1054.3 m^2 8$                 1 3,500$           11,955$                Lights and branch wiring 40 21 1054.3 m^3 131$             1 2,300$           140,789$              Plumbing Fixtures 46 22 34 each 2,860$          1 2,300$           100,552$              Fittings 5 22 46 m^3 2,000$          1 3,100$           95,210$                Other hvac system and equipment 38 23.4 12583 - 2$                 1 2,000$           26,042$                553,192$         Building maintenance 1 4,500$          4,500$                  4,500$             337,500$         1,542,957$           4,413,000$  5903  Concrete MaintenanceSubcontractDescription Item Labour Material Equipment01 General RequirementSubtotal:2. Site ConstructionSubtotal:Building Lifecycle Cost:Total Detention Facility Cost Over Lifecycle(Including Contingency & GST & PST):                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Detention Facility for UBC CCMDetention Facility fo UBC CCM Class B Cost EstimationSubtotal:33 UtilitiesSubtotal:Subtotal:Lifecycle Maintenance Subtotal:Total                           Detention Facility for UBC CCM 60           Appendix C Project Schedule   ID TaskModeTask Name Duration Start Finish1 START 0 days Wed 19/5/1 Wed 19/5/12 Site Preperation 8 days Fri 19/5/3 Tue 19/5/143 Site Survey 0.25 days Thu 19/5/2 Thu 19/5/24 Fencing Layout 0.5 days Thu 19/5/2 Thu 19/5/25 Demolition 7 days Thu 19/5/2 Fri 19/5/1067 Phase 1 FoundationExcavation114 days Fri 19/5/10 Wed 19/10/168 Footings Excavation 35 days Fri 19/5/10 Thu 19/6/279 Detention Pond Excavation 35 days Fri 19/5/10 Thu 19/6/2710 Installation Soil Anchors 35 days Fri 19/5/10 Thu 19/6/2711 Footing Formwork 24 days Fri 19/6/28 Wed 19/7/3112 Footing Rebar 24 days Wed 19/7/10 Mon 19/8/1213 Footing Pour 30 days Tue 19/8/13 Mon 19/9/2314 Detention Pond Formwork 30 days Fri 19/6/28 Thu 19/8/815 Detetnion Pond Pour 35 days Thu 19/8/8 Wed 19/9/2516 Underground Piping 15 days Fri 19/6/28 Thu 19/7/1817 Backfill and Compact 15 days Thu 19/9/26 Wed 19/10/161819 Phase 2 Building conctruction 162 days Thu 19/10/17 Fri 20/5/2920 Slab on grades construction 50 days Mon 19/10/21 Fri 19/12/275/14/225/65/206/36/177/17/157/298/128/269/99/2310/710/211/411/1812/212/1612/301/131/272/102/243/93/234/64/205/45/186/16/156/297/137/278/108/24May June July August SeptemberOctober NovemberDecemberJanuary FebruaryMarch April May June July AugustTaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlinePath Predecessor Milestone TaskPath Predecessor Summary TaskPath Predecessor Normal TaskCriticalCritical SplitProgressManual ProgressPage 1Project: Project ScheduleDate: Mon 19/4/8ID TaskModeTask Name Duration Start Finish21 Columns Construction 50 days Mon 19/10/21 Fri 19/12/2722 Beam Construction 50 days Mon 19/10/21 Fri 19/12/2723 Concrete Wall Construction 45 days Mon 19/12/30 Fri 20/2/2824 Glass Wall Construction 20 days Mon 19/12/30 Fri 20/1/2425 Roof  Construction 50 days Mon 20/3/2 Fri 20/5/826 Stair Forming 15 days Mon 20/5/11 Fri 20/5/2927 Entrance ConnectionConstruction40 days Thu 19/10/17 Wed 19/12/112829 Phase 3  Detention PondConstruction40 days Tue 19/10/22 Mon 19/12/1630 Pump Installation 40 days Tue 19/10/22 Mon 19/12/1631 Filtration Installation 35 days Tue 19/10/22 Mon 19/12/93233 Phase 4 Finishing 63 days Mon 20/5/11 Thu 20/8/634 Dry wall construction+ Mud and Taping20 days Mon 20/5/11 Fri 20/6/535 Painting 40 days Mon 20/5/11 Fri 20/7/336 interior Decorations 3 days Mon 20/5/11 Wed 20/5/1337 Mechanical andelectrical utilities30 days Mon 20/5/11 Fri 20/6/1938 Plumbing 20 days Mon 20/5/11 Fri 20/6/54/225/65/206/36/177/17/157/298/128/269/99/2310/710/211/411/1812/212/1612/301/131/272/102/243/93/234/64/205/45/186/16/156/297/137/278/108/24May June July August SeptemberOctober NovemberDecemberJanuary FebruaryMarch April May June July AugustTaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlinePath Predecessor Milestone TaskPath Predecessor Summary TaskPath Predecessor Normal TaskCriticalCritical SplitProgressManual ProgressPage 2Project: Project ScheduleDate: Mon 19/4/8ID TaskModeTask Name Duration Start Finish39 Door/WindowsInstallations 10 days Mon 20/5/11 Fri 20/5/2240 Fence Installation 3 days Mon 20/6/8 Wed 20/6/1041 Toilet, bar utilityinstallation 3 days Mon 20/6/8 Wed 20/6/1042 Landscaping/Sidewalks40 days Thu 20/6/11 Wed 20/8/543 END 0 days Thu 20/8/6 Thu 20/8/6 8/64/225/65/206/36/177/17/157/298/128/269/99/2310/710/211/411/1812/212/1612/301/131/272/102/243/93/234/64/205/45/186/16/156/297/137/278/108/24May June July August SeptemberOctober NovemberDecemberJanuary FebruaryMarch April May June July AugustTaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlinePath Predecessor Milestone TaskPath Predecessor Summary TaskPath Predecessor Normal TaskCriticalCritical SplitProgressManual ProgressPage 3Project: Project ScheduleDate: Mon 19/4/8                                                            Detention Facility for UBC CCM 64            Appendix D Sample Calculations                                                                          Detention Facility for UBC CCM 65  Appendix C-1 Pump Design Calculation                                                                Detention Facility for UBC CCM 66  Appendix C-2 Sedimentation Pond Design                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 67  Appendix C-3 Foundation Design                                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 68  Appendix C-4 Load Analysis                                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 69                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 70  Appendix C-5 Beam Design                                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 71                                                                Detention Facility for UBC CCM 72                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 73  Appendix C-6 Slab Design                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 74                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 75  Appendix C-7 Column Design                                                              Detention Facility for UBC CCM 76                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 77                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 78                                                               Detention Facility for UBC CCM 79  Appendix C-8 Dynamic Analysis  Mode 1 (T=0.42955; f=2.32746)  Mode 2 (T=0.33543; f=2.98103)    

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