Construction And Design : Commercial Buildings

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218.271 CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN: COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS ASSIGNMENT 1 COMMERCIAL CLADDINGS, INTERIORS AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY Paper coordinator: Claire Flemmer Contributing lecturer: Eziaku Onyrizu Student ID: Zhong Wang 14161066 Number of words: 1909+1911 CONTENTS Part 1 Claddings 4 1.0 Introduction 4 2.0 Single stage claddings: Face-sealed monolithic 4 2.1 Sketch and explanation 4 2.2 Performance and Durability 5 2.3 Maintenance and Capital cost 5 3.0 Two stage claddings: drained joint precast unit 6 3.1 Sketch and explanation 6 3.2 Performance and Durability 6 3.3 Maintenance and Capital cost 7 4.0 Rain screen 8 4.1 Sketch and explanation 8 4.2 Performance and Durability 9 4.3 Maintenance and Capital cost 10 5.0 Conclusion 10 6.0 Reference list 11 7.0 Figure and Image list 11 Part 2 Interiors and Indoor air quality 12 1.0 Introduction 12 2.0 Interiors 12 2.1 Explanation of features 12 2.2 Sketches 15 3.0 Indoor air quality 16 3.1 Where and why Legionella occurs 16 3.2 Preventative steps for building manager 16 4.0 Conclusion 17 5.0 Reference list 18 6.0 Figure and Image list 18 PART 1 CLADDINGS 1.0 INTRODUCTION Part 1 of this report aims to define and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of three commercial building cladding systems which are face sealed monolithic claddings, two stage drained joint precast unit claddings and rain screen claddings. Common New Zealand commercial cladding examples will be applied for illustrating the
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