TOPIC: Pain Management Practices in Healthcare Facilities 1) In collaboration with the approved course preceptor, students will identify a specific evidence-based topic for the capstone project change proposal. Write a….
Concept and Design Statement
Concept and Design Statement: This should be explicit and concise and consist of 200 words or less. This should also be included in your programming notebook.
Floor/Furniture Plan: Correct graphic standards and use of legends. Fully rendered for presentation (this does not mean that the entire floor plan has to be rendered but the focus areas chosen are to be rendered). Floor/Furniture plan to be included in programming book showing all built-ins & core elements hatched with 15% or 40% screen. You need to show ADA compliant EWC’s (electric water coolers) on this plan.
Power and Voice/Data Plan: Use of correct graphic standards and legends that shows furniture and equipment utilizing a lighter line weight (1-A-Furn2). You will need to show all power, tele/data, floor outlets, junction boxes (power & tele/data), mounting heights, GFCI, Fire extinguishers and built-ins & core elements hatched with 15% or 40% screen (entire space).
Lighting Plan: Use of correct graphic standards and legends. You will need to show all light fixtures, mechanical supply/return in hard lids (linear diffusers only) & in other clg treatments, emergency lighting, ceiling materials, switching, ceiling heights, sprinklers, smoke detectors, strobes, emergency exit signs. You will need to show door heads (not door swings) and all built-ins & core elements should be hatched with 15% or 40% screen. Your entire space light fixture specifications shall consist of 3 spaces (focus areas).
Finish Plan: Utilizing correct graphic standards, legends (must use department standard symbols i.e paint, wall covering, floor covering, base, stone, green materials) and be able to coordinate with your Finish Package. All built-ins and core elements to be hatched with a 15% or 40% screen. All finish specifications shall consist of 3 spaces (focus areas).
Perspective Drawings (three total):
One Perspective of Reception Area: Must be rendered with all surfaces shown on drawing (don’t forget ceiling treatment).
Two Additional Perspectives: These should be perspectives of rooms or areas that you feel are important to showcasing your design intention. They must be rendered with all surfaces shown on your drawing (don’t forget ceiling treatment).
Elevation Drawings: A total of no less than three elevations of your room areas, which you think, are most important to your overall design or scheme. These drawings must be rendered and use call-outs for vertical elements that are not noted on the plan (elevation).
FF&E (furniture/fixtures/equipment) Selections/Specifications (Notebook): These are professionally, bound and in typed format (8 ½”x11″ or 11″x17″). These must be organized with a table of contents including page numbers and/or tabs. Use photographs and/or copies of furniture/fixture selections. Label all elements clearly so that they can be understood and must relate to Floor Plan. The FF&E specifications shall consist of 3 spaces, which can also be combined with the finish package notebook. These FF&E & Finishes will become “Specifications” book.
Finish Package Notebook: This must be a professionally, bound and typed format (8 ½”x11″ or 11″x17″). This must be organized with a table of contents, page numbers and/or tabs. You will need to use actual samples (or good color copies) of fabrics/materials. The finish specifications shall consist of 3 spaces.
Programming and Schematic Design Notebook: A professionally, bound and typed format with your concept & design Statement. For more information refer back to OFFICE #3 (Corporate Hierarchy Diagram, Prototypicals, Criteria Matrix, Relationship Diagrams and bubble/circle format), and OFFICE #4 Assignments (Color Coded Blocking Plan, Space Plan). Add in hand sketching of your spacial ideas or any additional material that you feel gives the book more personality.
Preliminary Work: Include your traces, design process, bubbles, notes, sketches, etc.
Verbal Presentation: This must be presented within allotted time in a virtual meeting. You must be professionally attired, as your verbal presentation will be juried.