Transcript: Columns *sag rods not shown for clarity Layout & Design Features Design Loads Curtain Walls Foundations Lateral Bracing Beams and Slab Columns Connections Questions Used W and HSS sections Elevation Along Grid 1 Toronto, Ontario Design Loads Continuous Spread Footing System Extent of 2nd Floor Slab Connection Typical Column to Floor Plate Connection Metal Deck 2nd level flooring Foundation Foundation Plan Ice Hockey Arena Thank You. We will now take questions -Checks component fitting -Checks variations of block shear, bearing, bolt shear etc. Purlins Three elements: 1)source of snow 2)sufficient wind speed 3)roof irregularity Ice Pad Construction Jamb Detail Pressures Overview Team 2 Lateral Bracing Wind Loads 1st Location X-braces used to transfer horizontal forces Restaurant and Viewing Terrace Member Connections Slab on Grade 1st Floor Hiba Ali Michael Cerami Owen Chen Mohamed Sinno Column Plan Lateral Bracing Plan Glass Wall 10mm Pilkington Planar Optifloat Clear Connection Checks Typical Purlin to Column Connection Governing Lateral Forces: Seismic Second Floor Connection VB2: 4 - ASTM A490M 30mm dia. bolts with a 15mm Gusset Plate Capacity: 1775 kN Curtain Wall Kingspan 900 High Rib Plan View-Roof Decks & Slab P-2436 type 20 deck triple span. Seismic Loads SOG Detail 2nd Metal Deck Roof level Roof Configuration Facility Layout First Floor Details P-2432 triple span composite deck with 125mm LW concrete slab 300mm Slab On Grade with 40mm construction joints in 4.5m x 4.5 m squares max. to allow for expansion and contraction of concrete slab 1500 Capacity per Rink Typical Beam to Beam Connection OWSJ & Beams Snow Drifts C250x37 Sections Spaced at 1.2m with 10M sag rod Flexural Members Beam Capacity Check Flanges and web class checks Cross-sectional strength check Overall member strength check Out-of-plane strength check Shear capacity check Connection Capacity: 500 kN Plan View-2nd Floor VB1 Connection Detail Front Entrance OWSJ Selection Prefabricated light-weight truss systems from the Canam Group Column Details Outline Typical Beam to Column Connection Uplift Diagram Footing Schedule Exterior/Interior Walls
Transcript: What is Project ICE? Why would you want to be a volunteer with Project ICE? Commitments involved: - Approximately 3 hrs/week (worst case scenario!) - The more people we have on the team, the less work per person. - Being available when you say you will be available! - And letting us know when you won't be! -Work involved per person: - flood week! - shoveling and helping re-flood as necessary Team Leaders: - Sriharsha -Wilfred - Kelly - Satisfaction of giving back to the University community - Volunteer work that can be used on a resume for future jobs or professional colleges - Meeting and socializing with other people who live in residence! -Snacks and hot chocolate! Other notes about Project ICE: Additional benefits: So you want to be in Project ICE? - A group of residence (Voyager Place!) student volunteers who are working together to build an ice rink in the bowl that will be available to anyone! At the end of flood week and the end of the year, we would like to have a party! - Non-alcoholic - Can possibly be off campus, example: bowling! - Open to other suggestions! - Put your name, phone number, and NSID on the sheet in the back - We will be having an additional meeting discussing schedules before we get started! - Meeting will be next Thursday, time to be included in an email! Hope to see everyone there!!! :) When do we get started? How do we make an Ice rink? Project ICE - 3 Parts: - Prepping the ground - laying down boards and putting up a snow fence -Flood week - Five to seven days of re-flooding the ground -Maintenance of the rink - Shoveling when it snows - Re-flooding as necessary - An ice rink has been made in the bowl in past years, however, this is the very first year that an actual team is building it! - This is a pilot project!
Transcript: Holden went here to interact with people.While he was there, he saw a person playing a piano and a lot of people talking.Holden found it disgusting people bowing.The bar only made him a bit irritated. Teachers house Holden went to the hotel because he needed a place to stay at while at New York.He needed to pay $10 instead of $5 so two people came to kick him out of the room.He got injured by a punch on the stomach by the guy.After that, Holden had a suicidal thought. Ice Skating rink Ernie's bar Hotel Holden went to the ice skating rink because Sally offered to go.While they were there,Holden started saying things that didn't make sense like telling her they should run away together and get married and live in a home at the woods,Sally started disagreeing with him.Seeing Sally disagreeing made Holden upset and irritated which made him think twice about her. Phone booth Holden wanted to talk to Sally about the Christmas tree.He was drunk on the phone and Sally was telling him to go to sleep.This event did not really effect him. Holden visited his teacher because he was leaving the school.While Holden was there,they talked for a while.The teacher read out loud his essay about Egypt and Holden did not like that,especially the part where he wrote a note for him.
Transcript: Yay! But wait, there's more... Space allows 100'x64' Rink (max) Risk Management Facilities Details Regular Maintenance SPIF Approved = $11295.59 How'll it Look? 100'x64' What're we buying? +$460 S&H Cost of 2 seasons All-inclusive Maintenance = $2000 Questions? Why the Prezi? (Like what's a Resurfacer?) Total $6,120.68 = $5,660.68 Cushion Room = $1000 (Possibly 80'x45') Amended Request Total = $8,120.68 Liner Brackets Sideboards 52" Resurfacer Bumper Caps Kickplates Also included in Package Patch Tape Underwater Adhesive 6 pucks Instructional Video To Do List Campus Ice Rink Give a sense of what's left to do. Cost of Rink = $6,120.68 Maintenance Changes in the request since SPIF Where would it go? (Less than original $11,295.59) Visuals are nice See Spreadsheet Brass Tax Expected Seasonal Costs = $378 for 200'x88' Rink
Transcript: Each holiday season, the DSP transforms St. Rose of Lima Park into an open air ice rink. The 7,000 square foot rink is open 7 days a week November through mid-January. The rink accommodates up to 150 skaters. This year, the ice rink will be celebrating it's 23rd season in Downtown Sacramento and will continue to be a popular holiday destination for over 31,000 attendees. Logo on all print & TV ads, all marketing collateral, event website & video Recognition on all radio spots & PR materials Inclusion in ice rink social media, email campaign content, & PA announcements Signage on 4 dasher walls at the rink Logo on event signage on skate shop, donor board & event banners Logo on chiller cabinet Opportunity for discounts/promotions Opportunity for 2 private events 100 complimentary passes 10x10 booth space for 15 days Silver Sponsor Gold Sponsor Each year, Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s events attract over 107,000 visitors to the heart of the region. Providing the ideal setting to connect with local audiences. $20,000 Social Media $10,000 Sponsor Options For The Downtown Ice Rink The ice rink attracts on average 31,000 skaters plus their families during the holiday season. •Total skaters: 31,000 •43% of visitors live in Sacramento •57% of skaters are kids under 18 The ice rink hosts many events and promotions to support community organizations from Family Skate Night to Veteran’s Day to Theme Nights like Ugly Sweater or 80’s Night, etc.We’ll work with you as an event sponsor to create and execute promotions at the rink. We encourage visitors to post, tweet and connect with us on social media from Twitter and Facebook to our blog and Yelp listing. Platinum Sponsor Logo on all print & TV ads, all marketing collateral, event website & video Recognition on all PR materials Inclusion in ice rink social media, email campaign content & PA announcements Signage on 3 dasher walls at the rink Logo on event signage & banners Logo on chiller cabinet (with additional cash sponsorship) Opportunity for discounts/promotions Opportunity for 1 private event 50 complimentary passes 10x10 booth space for 5 days Downtown Ice Rink $7,500 Logo on all print & TV ads, all marketing collateral & event website Recognition on all PR materials Inclusion in ice rink social media & email campaign content & PA announcements Signage on 2 dasher walls at rink Logo on event signage & banners Logo on chiller cabinet (with additional cash sponsorship) Opportunity for discounts and Promotions 35 complimentary passes 10x10 booth space for 3 days Ice Rink By Numbers Events & Promotion
Transcript: Each holiday season, the DSP transforms a city park into an open air ice rink. The 7,000 square foot rink is open 7 days a week November through mid-January. The rink accommodates up to 150 skaters. The ice rink celebrated it’s 23rd season Downtown this year and continues to be a popular holiday destination with a total estimated attendance of 31,000 Ice Rink By Numbers Silver Sponsor •Logo on event website. •Recognition on all PR materials •Inclusion in ice rink social media & email campaign content & PA announcements •Signage on 3 dasher walls at rink •Logo on event signage & banners •100 complimentary passes •10x10 booth space for 3 days •2 Private events We encourage visitors to post, tweet and connect with us on social media from Twitter and Facebook to our blog and Yelp listing. $7,500 $2,500 Bronze Sponsor The ice rink attracts on average 31,000 skaters plus their families during the holiday season. •Total skaters: 31,000 •43% of visitors live in Sacramento •57% of skaters are kids under 18 The ice rink hosts many events and promotions to support community organizations from Family Skate Night to Veteran’s Day to Theme Nights like Ugly Sweater or 80’s Night, etc.We’ll work with you as an event sponsor to create and execute promotions at the rink. Each year, Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s events attract over 107,000 visitors to the heart of the region. Providing the ideal setting to connect with local audiences. Events & Promotion Social Media •Logo on all TV ads & event website •Recognition on all PR materials •Recognition in event email blast •Featured blog post on DSP website •Inclusion in ice rink social media & email campaign content & PA announcements •Signage on 5 dasher walls at rink •Logo on event signage & banners •150 complimentary passes •10x10 booth space for 4 days •3 Private events Sponsor Options For The Downtown Ice Rink Downtown Ice Rink $5,000 •Logo on all print & event website •Recognition on all PR materials •Inclusion in ice rink social media & email campaign content & PA announcements •Signage on 2 dasher walls at rink •Logo on event signage & banners • 50 complimentary passes •10x10 booth space for 1 days Gold Sponsor
Transcript: Kirkwood Ice Rink History March 1966 85 ft 185 ft Roller Rink Gym roup Events 1967 1992 Extend Use of Rink Cancellations Hockey HUGE St. Louis decision made Modernized Demolish Construct a new Rink Funds April 1999 Started March 1999 Finished December 1999 5 Locker Rooms Referee Locker Room Skate Shop Warming Room Dining Area + Concession Stand Party Room Bleachers 300 people Family Friendly Activities Features most popular feature Session Skate Free Skate 1 hour daily Stick and Puck Thursday sharpen shooting puck handling skating skills Learn to Play Popular Learn to Play's KYHA young children who want to play hockey but don't know how to Great Tradition in Sports Ben Bishop Tallest Goalie in the NHL Today Chris Butler Defensemen for Calgary Flames Mike Mckenna Goalie for New Jersey Devils Pat Lafontaine Current NHL Hall of Famer Tommy O'Hare Competed in 1998 Winter Olympics Home Rink to the Kirkwood Pioneers Won 5 State Championships outh ssociation ockey irkwood
Transcript: A Rectangle With A Trapezoid With Around It The Shape Of The Rink Shapes On The Ice Rink Basic Geometry Shapes Triangles Playing Their Part Volume Of The Hockey Puck Perpendicular Lines Parallel Lines Right Angles Volume : 22.1841 Their formation makes triangular patterns Triangles The skater who keeps their knees bent controls more ice with their stick because they understands triangles. Thank you! circles half circles rectangles Ice Hockey Rink
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