Michael Caraballo: 11/2 – 11/6

Monday, October 26

Hours Worked: 8:00 – 6:00 total: 9 hours

  • North Main Office – Laying out Restrooms, stair locations, and facade design.

AXP Category: Project Management and Project Planning & Design

Tuesday, October 27

Hours Worked: 8:00 – 6:00 Total: 9 hours.

  • Update the existing site with site survey
  • Coordinate with Civil engineer on regrading the site

AXP Category: Project Management and Project Development & Documentation

Wednesday, October 28

Hours Worked: 8:00 – 1:00  Total: 5

  • Model the slope grade base on building location for the engineers to study

AXP Category: Project Development & Documentation

Thursday, October 29

Hours Worked: 8:00 – 1:00 Total: 5 hours.

    • Brewery – Study Restroom count and locker room location for the gym.
    • Brewery – study mezzanine concept and layout gym area

AXP Category: Project Planning & Design and Programming and Analysis

Friday, October 30

Hours Worked: 8:00 – 12:00 Total: 4 hours.

  • Small Office – (Permit set approved) create the construction set and send to ARC for printing.

AXP Category: Project Development & Documentation and Construction & Evaluation

Total Hours: 32 hours

Weekly Reflection

For this week, I decided to work full time during Fall break. During this time, I was able to sit in on a meeting with the engineer and solve a site issue that will greatly influence our overall building design. While the Engineers solve the site issues, we are working on laying out the restrooms and stair locations and how it might influence the new grading of the site. I spend time updating the new site survey in Revit and also created sections cuts for the engineers. On Thursday, I was put back on the Brewery project, and I work on restroom counts and laying out a new gym area. On Friday, we got approved on the Permit sit, and we are on our way to start construction. I quickly put together the construction set and send the drawing to ARC so the contractor can have a drawing set.

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