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Slide 1In This Unit…Construction Sequence for a Typical Platform Frame BuildingSlide 4Slide 5Slide 6Slide 7Slide 8Slide 9Slide 10Slide 11Slide 12Slide 13Slide 14Slide 15Slide 16Slide 17Slide 18Slide 19Slide 20Slide 21CSI Masterformat and SpecificationsMasterFormatMasterFormat Numbering SystemMasterFormat DivisionsSlide 26Slide 27Building CodesLife SafetyLife Safety- ExampleFire SafetyStructural SafetyHealth and WelfareProperty ProtectionClass OutlineLecture 2: Course OverviewKamalesh Panthi, Ph.D.Department of Construction ManagementEast Carolina UniversityCMGT 2210 - Construction & Civil Materials1In This Unit…Overview of the building construction processCSI Masterformat and SpecificationsBuilding Codes2Construction Sequence for a Typical Platform Frame Building3•Establish the position, shape, and size of the building on the site•Excavate and lay foundation•Build the first floor platform•Frame the ground floor walls•Build the upper floor platform (Two story)•Frame the 2nd Story Walls•Frame the attic floor and roof•Sheathe the frame4Prepare a level site5Layout the building’s outline on the prepared site using batter boards6Excavate the soil for continuous footing7Elevations are controlled using this type of laser.8Under-ground utilities are laid out.910Vapor barriers over compacted sand11Cast slab-on-grade12Erect the floor of the platform13Frame the first floor walls14The framing of the walls are built on the platform and tilted-up or built one at a time15Frame the attic floor and roof16Sheathe the walls17The finished “shell” with all the sheathing in place18Plywood sheathing is nailed to the roof trusses19Roofing felt is placed, and on top, asphalt shingles are being glued in place.20The external siding is installed.21The finished product.CSI Masterformat and SpecificationsConstruction Documents•Documentation required by the contractor to construct the building:•Drawings•SpecificationsSpecifications: Written technical descriptions of design intent22MasterFormatStandard organizational format for specificationsConstructions Specifications Institute (CSI)23MasterFormat Numbering SystemLevel 1 Level 2 Level 3Divisions Sections Subsection00-49 00 0024MasterFormat Divisions25The Masonry division has been further elaborated as an illustration26Making Sense of MasterFormat Sequencing02. Earthwork- Site Preparation03. Foundation- Concrete04. Wall- Masonry05. Truss- Metal06. Wood Deck- Wood07. Roof- Thermal & Moisture Protection08. Doors and Windows- OpeningsWhat is 01 division?The project manual in the bidding document set includes drawings, specifications and Division 00. After the general contractor has been selected, the project manual (in the contract document set) generally excludes Division 00.27Project ManualBuilding CodesObjectives of Building Code:The building code regulates issues of:•life safety•fire safety•structural safety •health and welfare•property protection28Life SafetyLife safety includes safety regulations not related to fire or structure. These include:guardrail height and configurationhandrail dimensions and clearancesstair tread & riser ratios and uniformity.29Life Safety- Example30Fire SafetyFire resistance of materials and constructionTypes of building constructionSmoke protectionMeans of Egress31Exit accessExitExit dischargeStructural SafetyThe objective of structural safety accounts for the most regulations in a building code. 32Health and WelfareLightingVentilation SanitationIndoor climateNoise control33Property ProtectionDurability of materialsMaterial and construction standards embedded in code34Class OutlineAggregatesConcrete MasonryIron and SteelWood Hot Mix Asphalt


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