FTQW 20-1024 Renovate Dorm 2266 CCR

Coffman provided the development of a conceptual charrette report (CCR) to provide a complete overhaul of the four-story (three above ground and basement) dorm 2266, which was built in 1953 with minimal renovations since that time. The building is approximately 43,000 sf with 57 rooms for airmen. The goal of this charrette was to fully renovate the existing building and site to meet all current codes, standards, and Eielson design guides as well as optimize the building systems and furnishings in terms of energy efficiency and maintenance. The design team met with facility user groups and other stakeholders to fully understand the requirements so the prepared courses of action meet the needs of the installation, while still complying with the strict programming requirements.

The electrical engineering for the charrette report determined the condition and type of existing electrical systems and provided electrical-load and lighting-level calculations. Structural and seismic evaluations were performed, based on Tier 1 ASCE 41-13, residential dormitory Risk Category II. The evaluation consisted of completion of Tier 1 checklists and structural calculations.


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  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Fire Protection Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Project Management
  • Structural Engineering