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Outdoor

Classroom

Tyler Colenbrander, Alexa

Our mission is to
provide the
students and staff
of San Marin the
optimal Outdoor
Classroom.

Meeting Client Needs


Step 1
Create a survey.

Step 2
Analyze the data.

Step 3
Use the data to create
the optimal outdoor
classroom.

Client Needs: What the people


want
110 students/teachers took this survey. These are the most voted for
options of each category:

Wi-fi(75)
Whiteboard(38)
Group Work(67)
Shaded Area(62)

What our design entails


Tables
4 people per
table
Whiteboard top
Allows group
work
Basic simple
design

Shade Structure
Covers the tables
Provides rain
cover
Durable
No moving
parts/no
maintenance

Cabinets
Holds useful
supplies
Has lock for
security
Waterproof

Tree stump seats


All wood is pressure treated for outside conditions

Client Needs: Location

Location: Foundation between cafeteria and arts


building
Why: It is an easily accessible place, so people
will use it more
Another bonus: Sunlight
Proximity to Wi-fi
Low wind

Ground Preparation
Step 1
Flatten dirt surface.

Step 2
Put down chicken wire
and then ground
cloth.

Step 3
Lay down wood chip
mulch.

The Tables: Construction


Step 1: Cut table tops, legs, plastic panels, flashing and supports to
designated lengths
Step 2: Screw table legs and supports to table tops
Step 4: Screw flashing to table top
Step 5: Glue plastic panel to table top
Step 6: Add tree stumps for seats

Shade Structure: Construction


Step 1
Put 4x4 posts into the
ground with concrete.

Step 2
Nail beams onto posts
and purlins on top of
the beams.

Step 3
Place the corrugated
plastic on top of the
purlins and attach
with screws.

Shade Structure: Gutters


Gutters connect to the lower part of the lower structure
Step 1: Connect the gutters together and put on the hook fasteners.
Step 2: Connect the gutter to the fascia/the lowest 2x4 purlin.
Step 3: Connect chain to the drop outlet and to the splash block.

The Cabinets: Construction


1. Cut wood into directed sizes
2. Drill pilot holes and add 3in wood screws
in directed places
3. Attach hinges inside cabinet to the door
4. Add door handle

The Cabinets: Contents


Here are some materials that we will have in the cabinet.
Restocking supplies is optional.

expo markers
lock
pencils
pencil sharpener
tissues

Total: $51.10

Building Process Overview


Step 1
Prepare ground

Step 2
Construct tables,
cabinets, and shade
structure

Step 3
Install tables,
cabinets, and shade
structure. Add tree
stumps for seats.

Ground Materials
Qua Cost
Size
nity Per
4x150f
t, cut
to
4x40
Poultry
foot
netting/chi groun sectio
$72.4
cken wire d
ns
2
5
6x100
ft, cut
to
6x25 ft
Ground
groun sectio
cloth
d
ns
2 79.48
Wood
20-25
chip
groun cubic
mulch
d
yards
1 free
staple
Ground
groun 75 per
Staples
d cloth pack
3 12.35
Material

Use

fill in

as
neede

Cost
Total Site

$144.
90 home
depo
t.co
m
158.9
6 home
depo
treem
t.co
aster
m
0 s.com

37.05 home
depo
Use
t.co
existi
m
ng

The Table Materials


Material Use
dry
Plastic
erase
Panel
board
Exterior table
Plywood top
Pressure table
Treated legs
screw
(table
top)
table
screw
(table
support) table
Pressure
Treated table

Size

Qua Cost
ntity per

Total
cost

Site

$22.9 $91.8
4
7
8 home
$4.0 $38.9 $155. depo
4x8
0
7
88 t.co
home
m
$8.0 $15.9 $127. depo
4x4x10
0
7
76 t.co
home
m
depo
2 to
t.co
2.5in, 5
$27.4
m
lb box
1
8 27.48 home
depo
t.co
4in, 5 lb
$27.4
m
box
1
8 27.48 home
2x4inx8
$79.5 depo
ft
16 $4.97
2 t.co
home
m
1.5in x
$53.6 depo
Flashing table 1.5 in
16 $3.35
0 t.co
home
m
depo
FRP
mark
Adhesiv er
$22.0 $22.0 t.co
m
e
board 1 gal
1
0
0 home
depo
18 in
t.co
tall, 14
m
in
diamete
Tree
4x8ft

The Shade Structure Materials


Material
Pressure
treated
wood
Pressure
treated
wood
Pressure
treated
wood
Pressure
treated
wood
corrugate
d plastic

Use

Size

purlins

2x4x16

beams

2x6x12

posts

4x4x10

posts
4x4x12
rain
2.17 by
protection 12 ft
80 lb
bag(2
per
Concrete hold posts post)
connect
galvanize beams to 3.5in( 1
d nails
posts
lb bag)
simpson
18-ga
connect

Q
Tot
ua Co al
ntit st cos
y per t
Site
11. 156
14 17 .38 homed
epot.
12. 98. com
8 27

16 homed
epot.
15. 95. com
6 97 82 homed
epot.
19. 179 com
9 97 .73 homed
21. 347 epot.
16 72 .52 com
lowes
.com

30

3.2 98.
9
7 homed
epot.
4.4 4.4 com
7

7 homed
epot.
com

Gutter Materials
Mate
rial
Vinyl
gutte
r
K
style
joine
r
K
style
end
cap
set
K
style
drop
outle
t

Use

Qua Cost Cost


Size ntity Per Total Site

gutter

10 ft

connect
gutters

caps on end
of gutters

2
end
caps

gutter output

need
ever
connect
y 18
hook gutter to
to 24
faste structure/fasc inche
ner ia
s
self

2 3.98 7.96 home


depo
t.co
m
1 4.35 4.35 home
depo
t.co
m
1 5.78 5.78 home
depo
t.co
m
1 8.79 8.79 home
depo
t.co
m

10 1.72 17.2 home


depo

The Cabinet Materials


Materia
l
Use
wood
scre
Screws ws
plywoo Cabi
d
nets
pressur
e
treated cabin
lumber ets
waterpr
oof
cabin
paint
ets
cabin
Hinges ets
cabin
et
door
handle s

Size

3 in, 5 lb bag
3/4inx4ftx8f

2x4x8, cut to
20 in sections

1 gal
35mm 110degree

4in

Cos
Cos t
Qua t
Tota
ntity Per l
Site
27.4 27.4
8
8 hom
19.9 99.8 ede
5
7
5 pot
hom
.co
ede
m
pot
.co
m
1 4.97 4.97 hom
ede
12.8 12.8 pot
.co
1
8
8 hom
m
10.9 ede
2 5.49
9 pot
hom
.co
ede
m
pot
.co
m
2 1.44 2.88 hom
ede
159.
pot
05 .co
1

Total Cost
Subtotal: $2181.67
Contingency(10%): $218.17
Tax(9%): $196.35
Total Cost:

$2596.19

Why choose our design?


We meet client needs
Whiteboard
tables
Shaded area
Accessible
Near Wi-fi
Group desks

Our design is cost


efficient
Less than $3000
with all the
necessary parts

Great Location
Sunlight
Usable
Visible

No maintenance
No moving parts
No repainting
needed
Simple design
Good materials
Durable