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KEYSTONE LIBRARY

RENOVATION PORTFOLIO

NATHAN KILMER
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Table of Contents
Project Description .....................................................................................................................2
Land Use and Development Regulations ...................................................................................3
Noblesville Code of Ordinances and Zoning Map ...........................................................4
Utilities .............................................................................................................................4
Engineering Calculations... .........................................................................................................6
Roof Beams……………………………………………………………………………………………...6
2nd Level Beams………………………………………………………………………………………..7
Drawing Set ................................................................................................................................9
Original Site Plan ………............................................................................................................ 9
Bubble Sketches………............................................................................................................ 10
Proposed Layout……………………………………………………………………………………….12
Ground Level Furnished………………………………………………………….…………………...13
Ground Level Dimensioned…………………………………………………………………………..13
2nd Level Furnished…………………………………………………………………………………..14
2nd Level Dimensioned……………………………………………………………………………….14
2nd Level Structural…………………………………………………………..……………………….15
Front Elevation………………………………………………………………………………………....16
Right Elevation………………………………………………………………………………………....16
Rear Elevation………………………………………………………………………………………….17
Left Elevation…………………………………………………………………………………………..17
Wall Section View……………………………………………………………………………………...18
Roof Section View……………………………………………………………………………………..18
Ground Level Room Layout…………………………………………………………………………..19
2nd Level Room Layout……………………………………………………………………………….19
Schedules……………………………………………………………………………………………....20
Interior Renderings………………………………………………………………………………...21-25
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Project Description
The renovation being proposed is to create library in an existing warehouse building. The
existing building is 76 feet by 124 feet and 20 feet tall. There are no existing walls inside the
building, only columns that are for structural support.

The constraints of what each floor plan must include are designated below.
● First Floor plan must include areas designated for:
○ Entry and Circulation Desk area
○ Children’s Help Desk
○ Open area for stacks (shelves of books and media) and computer terminals
○ Public restroom
○ Head Librarian’s office
○ Staff workroom/ kitchenette
○ Staff restroom
○ Two meeting rooms
○ Noblesville History room
○ Mechanical room
● Second Floor plan must include:
○ Open floor area for stacks
○ Public restroom

Other design elements that need to be present in the final proposal should be:
● The design should follow all applicable building codes and local regulations.
● The existing structure will be fully utilized when possible.
● A new modern entryway and vestibule will be added to improve the aesthetics of the
building, provide full accessibility, and include an exterior covered area with benches.
● A partial second floor will be added and an elevator provided for accessibility.
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Land Use and Development Regulations

Adoption of Rules by Reference in the Noblesville Code of Ordinances:


This project has to abide by Indiana State Building Code.

Code at which current Indiana Building Code based:


The current Indiana State Building Code is based on the 2012 edition of the International
Building Codes.

Use and Occupancy classification for the proposed new Keystone Building:
The use and occupancy classification of this size library is covered under IBC 303.4. It is listed
as an Assembly A-3 category.

Five types of construction:


I + II: Walls, floors, roofs, and exits are non-combustible.
III: Exterior walls are non-combustible, interior is fire-rated.
IV: Exterior walls are non-combustible, interiors are solid or laminated wood.
V: Any material may be used for any surface.

Allowable Building Heights for the Keystone Library using different construction types:
The projected renovation would fall underneath a III-B category. The B indicates that the
structural members are not protected by an additional fire-rated coating or cover.This also
means that the outside walls should be made of brick as they already are and the inside
supports, the studs, should be metal and non-combustible.

Materials proposed to use for the new interior walls and floor for the Keystone Building:
Interior Walls: Gypsum wall board mounted on metal studs
Floor: Some kind of tile or hardwood flooring.

Occupant Load:
Based on the IBC section 1004 the total occupancy rating is 312 people, broken down as
follows:
1st Floor: 180 occupants
2nd Floor: 45 occupants
Green Roof: 87 occupants

Minimum egress width for the building:


The minimum egress for the building comes from the IBC section 1005 and specifies a stair
width of at least 39.6 inches with a door opening width of 62.4 inches.

Therefore the minimum number of exits the updated building needs is 2.


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Noblesville Code of Ordinances and Zoning Map

Zoning designation:
The Keystone Building will be entirely within the PB or planned business zone designation by
Noblesville.

Description:
The purpose of a planned business zone is to encourage well planned business uses,
particularly with respect to unified design, safe ingress/egress, adequate and properly room for
parking and service facilities. It also helps to guarantee safe and convenient pedestrian
accessibility.

Minimum lot size:


The code prescribes a minimum lot size of 20,000 square feet.

Maximum building height:


The code prescribes a maximum height of 3 stories or 35 feet.

Use proposed in Keystone Building Project permitted on this property:


Yes according to appendix C a library is permitted on this type of property.

Landscaping and screening:


The landscaping plan and the certificate of occupancy must be available before the completion
of the building.

Utilities

Requirements for connection


Telecommunications
It is possible to connect to a city owned system or can install a private system for receiving
internet.

Power
Easements can be negotiated for private and municipal utilities. When lots are “adjoining,”
requirements for service connections can be waived in order to maintain single ownership.

Water Supply
Must hook into the municipal system with brass fittings prescribed by the pressure that is
exerted at the library and the number of fittings within the library.
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Waste Water​.
Connection to Public Sewer System is mandatory. If a public sanitary sewer is accessible and
a sanitary sewer is laced in a street or alley neighboring upon property, the owner of the
property must be required to connect to the sewer for the purpose of disposing of waste, and it
is unlawful for any owner or occupant to maintain upon any property an individual sewage
disposal system.

Gas
Must connect underground, any connection above ground must be removed and connected
underground. The connection is not required to be to city supply, it can be from private system.
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Engineering Calculations

Roof Beams
The roof is low-slope and constructed of a steel roof deck, five inches of rigid insulation, and a
built-up roof.
The roof deck will have a double span
The roof will also provide support for 10 psf of MSP equipment

Live Load
P​f​ = .7 * C​E​ * C​t​ * I​s​ * p​g
C​E​ = 1 since it is an urban environment surrounded by other buildings.
C​t​ = 1 since the building is heated and loses some heat through the roof
C​s​ = 1 because it is a low-slope roof
I​s​ = 1.1 because the library is in occupancy category III
p​g​ = 25 due to the snow load given by the IBC Figure 1608.2

p​f​ = 20*1.1
p​f​ > 20 therefore we take that value
p​f​ = 22

Dead Load
All this information comes from the weights of materials table
Built-up roof 6.5 psf
5in. Rigid insulation .75 per inch = 3.75 psf
Steel roof decking 3 psf
⅝” Suspended ceiling 1.4 psf
MEP 10 psf
Total Dead Load 24.65 psf
Rounded 25 psf

Total Roof Load = 25+22 = 47 psf

Interior beam loading


7ft width * 47psf = 329 lb/f

Exterior beam loading


3.5ft width * 47psf = 165 lb/f
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2nd Level Beams

Interior Beams
Live Load = 150 lb/ft
Dead Load = 65
Total Load = 215
Loading = 215 * 10ft width = 2160 psf

Beam selection

R​A​ = R​B​ = (W*L) / 2 = 22368


M​max​ = (W*L​2​)/8 = 134208
M​N​ ≥ M​a​ * Ω​b
M​N​ ≥ 224127.36

Z​X​ = M​N​ / F​y


Z​X​ = 62.04

Test for W 18-35 for Interior Beam

V​N​ = .6 * F​y​ * A​W


V​N​ = 105669
V​N​ ≥ V​A​ * Ω​v
V​N​ ≥ 33552 (PASS)

ΔDL + LL = L/240 ≤ 1.2


ΔLL = L/360 ≤ .8
ΔDL + LL = (5*w*L^4) / (384 * E * I) = .9 (PASS)
ΔLL = .687 (PASS)

W 18-35 Passes for an interior beam for the 2nd level.


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Girder selection

R​A​ = R​B​ = p = 51600


M​max​ = p * L = 516000
M​N​ ≥ M​a​ * Ω​b
M​N​ ≥ 861720

Z​X​ = M​N​ / F​y


Z​X​ = 206.81

Test for W 27-84 for Interior Girder

V​N​ = .6 * F​y​ * A​W


V​N​ = 218943
V​N​ ≥ V​A​ * Ω​v
V​N​ ≥ 33552 (PASS)

ΔDL + LL = L/240 ≤ 1.5


ΔLL = L/360 ≤ 1
ΔDL + LL = (P*a) / (24*E*I) = 1.45 (PASS)
ΔLL = .97 (PASS)

W 27-84 Passes for an interior beam for the 2nd level.

The exterior beams and girders were calculated by an associate in the process.
The resulting beams and girders are
Exterior Beam - W 16-26
Exterior Girder - W 24-55
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NOBLESVILLE KEYSTONE LIBRARY


Drawing Set

Original Site
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Bubble Sketches
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Proposed Layout
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Ground Level Furnished

Ground Level Dimensioned


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2nd Level Furnished

2nd Level Dimensioned


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2nd Level Structural


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Front Elevation

Right Side Elevation


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Rear Elevation

Left Side Elevation


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Wall Section View

Roof Section View


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Ground Level Room Layout

2nd Level Room Layout


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Schedules

*No standard windows were used and therefore no window schedule


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Renders
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